The views from this magnificent one bedroom home on York Place are to die for. Sit on the sofa and you have open views across Georgian New Town rooftops and over the Firth of Forth to Fife. We've seen plenty of good Edinburgh views over the years, but this one is mesmerising.
York Place is civilised and central. The tram stops outside and The Scottish National Portrait Gallery and excellent shopping and dining on St Andrew Square are moments away. If you want to feel more villagy then brilliant Broughton Street is just around the corner. Waverley Station is also close. You can walk everywhere from here, but if you need to take a bus, the main bus station is on St Andrew Square.
The scale of this one bedroom home is huge. The rooms are large with high ceilings, architectural details and big windows. As you enter this second floor home, the kitchen is opposite and there's a guest loo. The kitchen is well equipped for dining at home, has an amazing view and a breakfast bar. Next door you'll find the lovely living space. There's a comfy sofa and chairs, positioned to make the most of the view and a dining table to seat 6. A door leads into the wonderful double bedroom with a comfy sleigh bed with great quality linens. There's plenty of hanging space and a chair for relaxing. The ensuite shower room in this home is luxuriously large, with a wet room shower. Quality toiletries are provided for guests.
Guests will love staying in this brilliant home.
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East New Town & Hillside
The East New Town and Hillside area is where it’s at. Running from Scotland Street in the West to Broughton Road in the North, Lower London Road in the East and Regent Terrace in the South. Local resident, Peter Irvine, of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay fame christened the area The East Village.
The highpoint, literally, of the area is Calton Hill. A walk up here is rewarded to magnificent views across the whole of the city and photo opportunities abound on Calton Hill. The National Monument is much climbed and the Nelson Monument was built to look like Nelson’s upturned telescope. The City Observatory is now the home of the Collective Gallery and there’s a cute café there too. Calton Hill is an incredible place to watch the fireworks, The Beltane Festival held there on 30th April is very popular and an enormous torchlight procession on 30th December culminates on the Hill.Read More