About The Home
When your neighbour is Edinburgh Castle, you can expect the view to be amazing. The bird's eye views over the city are the star of the show in this lovely one bedroom home on Johnston Terrace. You'll be happy sitting by the windows and looking out over the Grassmarket and beyond. Located on the second floor, there's a sense of calm about this large apartment. You'll find an open plan living space with a well equipped kitchen, window seat for admiring the view, comfy seating and a small dining table.
The bedroom is a great size and is a relaxing space with a bed made up with quality linens. There's a shower room.
Whether you're here for several months, or for a holiday, you're sure to enjoy your stay in Johnston Terrace.
Edinburgh Castle - 3 minutes
The Royal Mile - 1 minute
The Grassmarket - 3 minutes
About The Area
In Johnston Terrace, you're in the beating heart of the Old Town. It's pretty cool having Edinburgh Castle as a next door neighbour. Because you're this central, there's a huge choice of places to eat, shop and things to do on your door step. Highlights for eating in the area are Ondine for Scottish fish and seafood, Mary's Milk Bar in the Grassmarket for the best ice cream, The Witchery for romance and the Saturday Farmer's Market on Castle Terrace for great local, artisan food.
Edinburgh University is just down the road making this a great spot for visiting academics and it's a brilliant location for the Edinburgh Festival.
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At Dickins, the longer you stay the less you pay. We offer a 20% discount when you book for between 4 and 10 weeks and a 25% discount when you book for 10 weeks or longer. These discounts are calculated when you select your dates.
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The Old Town is so jam packed with things to do, it is hard to describe in a paragraph. For us The Old Town runs from Mound Place and Market Street to Bristo Square and from Lothian Road to The Palace of Holyroodhouse.
Edinburgh Castle dominates the skyline of Edinburgh, sitting magnificently as it does looking out over the city. It can be seen from miles around. Listen out for the One O’clock gun every day. The massively popular Edinburgh Military Tattoo plays to thousands here each festival. The Camera Obscura will delight both adults and children alike, as will The National Museum of Scotland. Following a major refurbishment, the museum is world class. Greyfriar’s Bobby keeps watch across the road and a wander around the churchyard of Greyfriars Kirk is fascinating and potentially spooky. If you are a sucker for a ghost story, Mary King’s Close is guaranteed to make you scream and there are many ghost tours starting on the High Street. St Giles Cathedral rises magnificently above the Royal Mile and all the closes that run off it are well worth a day exploring. The Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Queen’s Official Residence in Edinburgh, is stunning and sits opposite The Scottish Parliament.Read More