Drumsheugh Apartment @ Drumsheugh Gardens

From $283 / night

Description from the manager

  • Apartment
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 6

Type: Apt. / Condo

Drumsheugh Apartment @ Drumsheugh Gardens


Situated at garden level in the leafy west end of Edinburgh, this apartment is in a quiet street only five minutes walk from Princes Street and the centre of Edinburgh.

Large well-proportioned rooms combine the charm and grandeur of Victorian architecture with the comfort and luxury of modern living, and provide an excellent base for families or groups of friends.

The magnificent sitting room is full of period charm and is a wonderful room to sit and relax or enjoy meals round the dining table. TV, DVD, coal effect fire, broadband internet connection are all included.

Three luxury bedrooms, two of which have ensuite shower rooms, are spacious ...Read more

About the manager

The Edinburgh Address

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Drumsheugh Apartment @ Drumsheugh Gardens
Edinburgh, Edinburgh & Lothians, Scotland

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Additional Location Information

The Drumsheugh Gardens apartment is ideally located a walking distance away from the Princes Street - the main shopping area of the city. The apartment is wonderfully located just a walking distance away from all major city attractions, including the Castle, Scott Monument, Royal Mile and Holyrood Palace.

Nearby are also all the galleries and museums, which are free entry (except for special seasonal exhibitions) - especially interesting in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery on Queen Street. A funky place to have a bite to eat and enjoy a cocktail or few is the Canoe Tiki Den, on Melville Place. With quirky dishes, such as Belgian waffles with bacon, eggs and maple syrup, inventive cocktails and great staff this is definitely a place to go for dinner. Also, not too far away on Rose Street, is one of the oldest pubs in Edinburgh - The Auld Hundred, originally built in 18th century. Definitely worth a visit and a pint or so.

From Princes Street you will have the ideal bus links both back to airport or for the sights just outside the city, such as Queensferry Bridge, Cramond Island and Portobello beach, just to name a few.

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Getting There

Car is not necessary



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