Holiday Apartments in Edinburgh
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What our Edinburgh guests say
We stayed here 4 nights during the last week of June 2015. It was easy to get there via Tram from EDI - getting off at York Place and walking about 10 minutes
Stayed 27 Jun—1 Jul 2015 in:
Hopetoun Cres Apt With Parking/D...
Lovely property, excellent location. We all enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend this place especially if you're traveling in a group.
Stayed 21—23 Jun 2015 in:
1 James Square, Swimming Pool
Very happy with this tidy, clean and well kept apartment. Quiet location. Great value.
We had a minor issue with a payment but quickly sorted.
Stayed 17—22 Jun 2015 in:
Beautiful 2 Bedroom Apartment To...
A really lovely flat. I had a lovely stay there and will look to re-book in the future! Iain
Stayed 19—22 Jun 2015 in:
Ground Floor Apartment
Great location and great hosts, thank you David and Gordon for being so accommodating. We would definitely recommend this place based on location and price.
Stayed 19—21 Jun 2015 in:
The Barony Residence
Accommodation in Edinburgh - Travel Guide
Where to stay in Edinburgh
HouseTrip offers a range of great holiday apartments in Edinburgh. Holiday villas are also available, as are a variety of holiday cottages. Edinburgh is a great destination for couples, families and groups of friends, and having your choice of holiday apartments in Edinburgh is an excellent way to save money-or to have more money to spend on other things during your stay in Edinburgh. Holiday apartments give you the extra space and privacy you need to enjoy your freedom, so when it comes time to book accommodations, opt for comfortable accommodations and spend less than you would on a hotel.
When to go to Edinburgh
While you should prepare for rain at any time (this is Scotland, after all), May, June and September offer travellers looking for holiday apartments in Edinburgh the greatest odds of clear skies and sunshine. Booking holiday apartments in Edinburgh in August is a must for those attending the annual Edinburgh International Festival, an exciting mix of music, theatre, opera and dance from around the world. Those who prefer to avoid the busier tourist seasons can book holiday apartments in Edinburgh during the off-season, the added benefit being the great deals offered on our wide variety of apartments and villas. No matter what time of year you decide to visit, our great rates for holiday apartments in Edinburgh help you safely find your home away from home.
Getting to and around Edinburgh
All flights to Edinburgh arrive at its only airport, located eight miles west of the city. Once you arrive, taking public transport is an inexpensive and practical way to get to any of our holiday apartments in Edinburgh. Holiday apartments located in the city centre allow you to stroll about at your leisure, and those holiday apartments in Edinburgh's outer districts are all well connected with the public transportation system. There are also numerous bus tours that allow you to hop on and off at the many points of interest spread throughout the city. Taxis can also get you where you need to go, though these are slightly more expensive.
One of Europe's most beautiful cities and home to the famous Edinburgh International Festival each August, Edinburgh is a city as compact as it is diverse. Best explored on foot, you'll discover a series of diverse areas, from the medieval alleyways and cobbled streets of Old Town to New Town's elegant Georgian avenues. No matter which of our holiday apartments in Edinburgh you ultimately book, you should start your exploration of the city in the city centre with a visit to Edinburgh Castle, the city's most popular tourist attraction and home to the Crown Jewels, the Stone of Destiny and spectacular views of the city. Then, make your way down the Royal Mile towards the Palace of Holyroodhouse, taking in the historic tenement buildings, St Giles' Cathedral and The Real Mary King's Close along the way. Drop into the Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre to learn about the 'water of life', or follow the Water of Leith walkway to the shores of the Firth of Forth. Here, you can board the Royal Yacht Britannia, or refuel at some of Edinburgh's best bars and restaurants. If you choose self-catering holiday apartments in Edinburgh, you can also take advantage of the award-wining Edinburgh Farmers' Market, a great way to experience true local life in the comfort of your own home.A unique experience in Edinburgh
Travellers with holiday apartments in Edinburgh who enjoy the outdoors should head to Arthur's Seat, an extinct volcano located within the city limits. Arthur's Seat is the tallest of the seven hills around Edinburgh, and a walk up to the summit is a great way to get the blood pumping. We also offer holiday apartments in Edinburgh that are closer to the hills, allowing you to get out and move even faster than if you stay in the city centre. Those who like to be active at night will enjoy the numerous bars, pubs and clubs spread throughout the city, where you can dance the night away with locals and tourists alike while enjoying a local beer.For more information, please have a look at our Local Food Guide.
No matter what part of city you prefer to look for Edinburgh holiday apartments, we are sure to have comfortable accommodations in your price range. What's more, you can conveniently book any of our holiday apartments in Edinburgh in just a few clicks, so there is nothing standing between you and preparing for your next unforgettable holiday with friends or family.
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