The Lairds Lodging (P420)

Old Town, Edinburgh, EH1
  • Luxury
From £550 to £1,200/week
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About the home

The Laird's Lodging is so called because this street once housed the King's horses. But rest assured, you will not be sleeping on a straw mattress and munching on hay! The ornate four poster bed in this lovingly created home is fit for a king and you are likely to sleep the sleep of the gods in this sumptuous room. 

The wonderful living space opens onto the kitchen. Each aspect of this home has been carefully considered by the owners for your comfort and to make the very most of the exceptional views of Edinburgh Castle. The sitting room has a large and very comfy sofa with a smart TV. There's a dining table to seat four and from the table, you look up to the Castle. The kitchen is very well equipped for dining at home, although in this incredibly central location, you may prefer eating out. For breakfasts, you will find a Nespresso maker. There is a smart breakfast bar and by the window a desk and chair. The shower room has a large and powerful shower. 

Whether you are visiting the city or spending longer here, this beautiful home with all its wonderful details is sure to delight you. 

Walking Distances

Mary's Milk Bar for the best ice cream in the city - 2 minutes

The Grassmarket for alfresco dining and historic bars - 2 minutes

Princes Street - 8 minutes

Victoria Street for boutique shopping - 4 minutes

About the area

This is a brilliantly central area. The Grassmarket, which bursts with history is a minute away. Here you can dine alfresco, spoil yourself with the best ice cream and take in some historic bars. Victoria Street is at the end of The Grassmarket. There are wynds, closes and steps which take you up to the top of the Old Town and magnificent Edinburgh Castle. Around the corner on West Bow there are some excellent local independent shops and you can wander down to Princes Street, through the gardens in less than 10 minutes. For the Edinburgh festival, the location is hard to beat.    


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Details about this home

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Washing Machine
Ironing Facilities
Hair Dryer
Coffee Machine

Local Food Shops
Lovely Walks Closeby
Railway Station
Cycle Paths
Local Supermarket

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Old Town

Your New Neighbourhood

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.

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