Variety of self-catering apartments across the city
Offering an alternative to tradition hotel stays, Edinburgh Apartments provide city visitors with the opportunity to enjoy a holiday on their own terms.
With a variety of locations across the city, guests can rent apartments on a short-term or longer basis, making them ideal for those in town for the Festival or those relocating workplace for a month or two. Whatever the purpose of your visit, these apartments can accommodate your needs.
Apartments can be booked with a range of bedrooms. All include lounge, bathroom, and kitchen areas, and feature the amenities needed for a comfortable stay. Bedrooms are equipped with duvets, pillows, and bedding clothes, whilst bathrooms include WC, shower and/or bath and wash basin.
Kitchens are equipped with the necessary white goods, such as fridge/freezer, oven, hop, microwave, and washing machine. Some also include a dishwasher and tumble dryer. The lounge area is perfect for those looking to rest after a hard day at the office or a busy day on the streets of Edinburgh. All apartments contain a television, whilst many also include satellite of cable channels. Some also include CD players. Internet access is available in most apartments provided
As you can imagine, all apartments offered feature different furnishing and styles, ranging from modern to traditional. The company oversees the general upkeep of each of its properties ensuring that guests are treated to the very best in quality and cleanliness.
Once settled in their desired dwelling, all thats left is for guests to get out into the city and experience its wonders and attractions. Edinburgh Apartments can be found throughout the Scottish city so regardless of the activity you wish to partake in, or the landmark you wish to see, there will be a residence nearby.
Perhaps Edinburgs most famous and popular attraction is its Castle, and the Royal Mile walk leading up to it. Visited by thousands of people each year, the landmark is Scotlands most visited paid attraction. Overlooking the city and dominating the skyline, the castle has not seen active troops within its walls since 1920. That is, of course, if you dont count the Military Tattoo that takes place each year. The tattoo is a sight to be seen in itself.
Tours of the castle, which is rumoured to be one of the most haunted buildings in the world, can be booked and prove enjoyable for many visitors to the city.
The Edinburgh Festival, an annual comedy and performance event, takes place during the month of August. Hugely popular, the festival sees comedians and performers putting on shows across the city sometimes in weird and wonderful places. An influx of tourists accompanies the event which means many other attractions slow down. If youre not into vast crowds, this probably isnt the time to visit the Scottish city.
Elsewhere there is a wide range of landmarks, sites, and events. Those staying within Edinburgh Apartments will have no problem keeping themselves busy. Be sure to try out the local cuisine also. Theres a good chance you might not need those kitchen facilities after all.