Comely Bank Place is a warm, welcoming apartment right near the heart of Stockbridge. Set in a quiet location but minutes from some fabulous restaurants, cafes, delis and more. Tom Kitchin’s famous Scran & Scallie gastropub is just around the corner or for something a little more formal the newly renovated Raeburn brasserie is right on your doorstep too. Take your pick of cafes for breakfast as there are a number to choose from within walking distance of the apartment.
Stockbridge is a wonderful location as it sits just on the border of the beautiful Georgian New Town and only a 20 minute walk to the city centre. The area also benefits from some wonderful green spaces such as Inverleith Park with its pretty pond and public tennis courts. The gorgeous Royal Botanical Gardens neighbours the park and has a wonderful café and gallery.
The apartment is not only set in a wonderful location but is peaceful and quiet. The sitting room is a bright open space with a dining area at one end and a large bay window at the other. There are two comfortable sofas and a flat screen TV with freeview channels and WIFI broadband for guests... Read the full description
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Stockbridge is one of Edinburgh’s most popular and charming local areas. In the East it runs from St Stephen Street to Dean Park Mews in the West and from Stockbridge Colonies in the North to India Place in the South.
The area is one of Edinburgh’s greenest. The Water of Leith flows through Stockbridge, in fact the area is named after the bridge which crosses it and there are very pretty walks along it. It’s so quiet and rural, that it is hard to believe you are in the middle of the city. St Bernard’s Well is a little Greek style temple overlooking the water. The world class Royal Botanic Gardens and Inverleith Park are a few minutes walk away and are both wonderful for a wander. Inverleith Park has an excellent play park for children and The Botanics is a complete joy at any time of year. If you like running, this area is perfection. The first international rugby match between Scotland and England was played in the area on 27th March 1871. The Stockbridge Duck Race takes place here every year, for charity, when 1000 plastic ducks are released off the bridge to race down The Water of Leith.Read More