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City Centre apartments, Edinburgh, Edinburgh and the Lothians

City Centre apartments
C/O Garden Flat
33b Albany Street

Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Imagine A Georgian retreat in the city-centre of Edinburgh - Introducing Dublin Street. A magnificent drawing room apartment situated in the capitals New Town. The apartment is within walking distance of Princes Street and of the city’s many excellent shops and boutiques, theatre’s, art galleries and of course the Castle. The property itself is directly across from the National Portrait Gallery, Harvey Nichols and St. Andrew Square

The Apartment accommodates up to 6 guests consisting of Two bedrooms, one Double and a Single guest room. A large Drawing/ dining room/complemented by a Double Sofa- bed and or a Single Z-Bed with a separate fully fitted Kitchen and main Bathroom completes the apartment.

Waverley Railway Station and the Central Bus Station are only a few minutes walk away. Edinburgh International Airport is a mere 20 minutes by taxi. There is a N.C.P car park just 2 minutes walk.

Rates from £99.00 (2 guests) per night based on minimum stay of two nights to £220 depending on guests, season and events. Rates quoted are in pound sterling. Discounts are available for weekly and long term stays.


Nearest Train Station: Edinburgh Waverley
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Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Edinburgh
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Apartment
Nearest Major Town: Edinburgh
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