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Ocean Apartments, Leith, Edinburgh and the Lothians

Ocean Apartments
Western Harbour
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH6 6PN | View map

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Ocean Apartments are modern, stylish, contemporary serviced apartments in Edinburgh. All Apartments have two bedrooms, two bathrooms, spacios lounge, fully equipped kitchen and two bathrooms. The apartments can sleep up to 6 persons per apartment. Located 4 miles from Edinburgh Princes Street and the world famous Royal Mile. Ocean serviced apartments offer the comfort and standards of a hotel room with the space and flexibility of a private residence in Edinburgh.

The Ocean Serviced Apartments are part of a stylish new development in the vibrant area of Leith, while the Edinburgh City Centre is just 15 minutes away (traffic dependant) by bus or car. A frequent bus service (every 15 minutes) connects the Ocean Serviced Apartments to Edinburgh’s city centre.

Leith has undergone a huge regeneration and redevelopment in recent years. It is now home to the Scottish Government and attractions such as the Royal Yacht Britannia and the entertainment / shopping complex, Ocean Terminal. This cosmopolitan area has a wide variety of restaurants, cafés and bars. Please note the Leith redevelopment project is ongoing. In the meantime some Ocean Serviced Apartments do have views which include work sites as well as the Firth of Forth.

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