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Lochend Serviced Apartments, Edinburgh, Edinburgh and the Lothians

Lochend Serviced Apartments
Lochend Serviced Apartments
147/1 Lochend Road

Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH7 6ET | View map

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Whether you're in Edinburgh on business or leisure, Lochend Serviced Apartments is the ideal base. Bigger, more flexible and more relaxing than a hotel room, we have a collection of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments that are all fully equipped. Each apartment is equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi broadband, Sky Sports and Sky Movies, DVD player and an LCD TV. Furnishings and decor are contemporary, modern and stylish while the kitchen is fully equipped with all the appliances you need, including washing machine and tumble dryer. Lochend Serviced Apartments is an exclusive complex of well-equipped apartments 1.6 miles (10 minutes) from Edinburgh’s city centre and Waverley Train Station (buses stop right outside). Lochend Serviced Apartments offer all the amenities you would expect from top-class accommodation and all the privacy of your own home-from-home. The beautiful city of Edinburgh is an enchanting place for a winter white break. With vibrant Christmas and New Year celebrations, excellent shopping and New Year favourites like J M W Turner’s stunning watercolour collection at the National Galleries - you’ll be spoilt for choice! What’s more, the surrounding coast and countryside of East, West and Midlothian is perfect for bracing beach walks and invigorating rambles along the Pentland Hills and country parks like Beecraigs near Linlithgow.

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