Beautiful double en suite room nr Edinburgh with breakfast Ample wardrobe and drawer space Happy to help with local information, train and bus times. Sight seeing Tec.
“Perfect and warm welcome. Super comfortable and clean room. Terry took care to find us a hearty breakfast ready very early despite it being January 1st! Terry's house is located about 20 minutes by bus 31 from the city center, very efficient service at all times. The stop is a few minutes walk from the house.”
Oak panelled walls, wooden window shutters, and warm parquet floors surround you. Choose from hundreds of books and read in a secret bed box behind floor-to-ceiling shelves. Family portraits and heirlooms happily coexist with works of modern art.
“I had a wonderful few days stay at Calim's place; it truly felt like a home from home. Centrally located, comfortable, beautifully decorated with small touches and kindnesses that really lifted this above your average rental. His recommendations for places to visit, eat and drink, or just take in the atmosphere helped make sure that my first trip to Edinburgh definitely won't be my last.”
Beautiful, spacious entire house available in the suburbs near Edinburgh. Stylish and bright, this property is a perfect base to stay whilst you explore Scotland’s capital and surrounding areas. 20 minutes bus journey to Edinburgh city centre and only half an hour drive to the stunning Scottish Borders. A plentiful array of local bars, restaurants and shops close by.
“This was our second visit to Edinburgh, and Coleen’s place has been a perfect stay. A very large accommodation, with everything you would expect from your own home: a vast living room, a spacious kitchen with a 6 seats table overlooking a cozy and well-maintained garden, two separate double-bed-rooms, and a modern bathroom. In contrast with most Airbnb places, Coleen’s one provides also a dish-washing machine, a washing machine, a completely furnished kitchen, TV with Netflix, Sky, a large (100+) selection of DVDs, and even a PlayStation for kids (and grown-ups). As most options in Edinburgh, the location is not very central, but is conveniently located two minutes walk from the bus stop: there you can jump on the bus (line 31) and enjoy an eye-catching half hour drive towards Princes street on a tourist-friendly double decker.”