Found in the city centre, it's the perfect base for visiting Edinburgh and going further afar. The flat is furnished very comfortably and retains great period features. Perfect for the Rugby, Festival, Concerts, Uni Graduation or just a get away!
NO HEN OR STAG DOs and NO PARTYS
RULES - They may sound old school but they exist for a reason!
First and Foremost – Please keep the noise down after 10pm. My flat is a private property that is surrounded by private residences, my neighbours live within the building with their families etc. therefore its important that you respect them. Should you not comply you will be asked to leave immediately.
The flat and building are NON-SMOKING (if my neighbours complain you will be asked to leave immediately).
Please be sure to leave the flat as tidy as you found it.
Should something break in the flat or you find something not working please let me know as soon as possible so I can resolve it.
Bins are to be emptied and disposed of in the large black bin at the end of the street on departure.
If keys are lost or not posted through the internal door letterbox you will be asked to reimburse the cost of a new set.
I'm an ESL Teacher, a mum of two kids and an Airbnb host. I love traveling myself, therefore understand the wants and needs of a nice, clean and safe place to put down your head and a great location for discovering a new place.
I love living in Edinburgh and think its a great city to visit, I like to make sure that you will get all the help and info you require to make sure you have a brilliant time here.
Being a host I've met lots of great and interesting people, I also get that through teaching foreign students... I guess I just like getting to meet new faces!
If you come to Edinburgh I recommend the following -
Walk up to the top of Arthurs Seat. You'll get beautiful views of Edinburgh and the surrounding Scottish landscape.
Grab a bite and/or a drink down in Stockbridge. Its a bit off the beaten track, but if you want a feel for Edinburgh living and local atmosphere its well worth it.
Check out the National Museum of Scotland on Chambers Street. Its bursting with all sorts that will keep you busy for a good few hours!
Walk the Royal Mile from Edinburgh Castle to Holyrood Palace or vice versa. There's and abundance of history, sightseeing etc in that mile!
Catch a game of Rugby at Murrayfield when the 6 nations is on.
August - What else but the Famous Festival?!
Edinburgh really gets into Christmas in December, its a great time to check out all the festivities, markets, Princes Street Gardens and Hogmanay of course!