This grand central Town House will make your visit to Edinburgh special!
Built in the 1860s, our soaring Victorian mansion is ideal for a relaxing stay being a very large, elegant and historic, three story town house (sleeps 2 - 20) in the very heart of Edinburgh, eliminating the need for taxis. Princes St, George St (the Moulin Rouge district of Northern Europe!) and Haymarket Railway station, all ten minutes on foot. With latest broadband upgrade super fast wifi too.
This five bedroom, town house is in the centre of Edinburgh between Haymarket Station and Princes Street. Guests are very often surprised by the size of this three story house. In high season, completely booked out at the weekends, there are always rooms free however Sunday to Friday morning.
Five bedrooms, one en suite. With latest broadband upgrade super fast wifi throughout the house.
Relax in the elegant living room which looks on to the mature trees on Drumsheugh Gardens and watch HD television or have a game of table football under the ornate vintage chandelier.
Attractions that are within a fifteen minutes radius on foot, include: both Modern Art Galleries, Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile, Dalry Swimming Pool and beautiful walks along the Water of Leith.
Outdoor activities further afield include: Edinburgh Zoo (see the pandas!), the Royal Botanic Gardens, The Royal Yacht, Urban Paintball, Auld Reekie Tours, Dynamic Earth, The Edinburgh Dungeon, the Butterfly and Insect World, and Hopetoun House.
Interaction with guests
I am rarely in the building but live nearby .
Other things to note
With latest broadband upgrade super fast wifi
Towels not supplied to keep pricing competitive
Please leave keys on kitchen table on departure.
Check out time: 10.30
There is a self-catering kitchen with all mod cons. Please wash up after you and put crockery and cups away.
No candles permitted in any circumstances.
Switch TV off at mains socket and lights before retiring for the evening.
Do not interfere with the hot water boiler on the top floor.
No smoking in the house.
No parties allowed in the house without prior permission.
I am married with two children Charlie and Rosella and try to create sculptures when I have a free moment from letting out two houses and cleaning baby bottles.
Things that I have done that I am proud of: married a lovely girl and now mother, completed the London Marathon, managed to change a Christmas nappy without too much mess, and share an exhibition at Falmouth Art Gallery with Matisse and others in a group show about artists who have overcome adversities called Soaring Spirits.
Dreams: going back to Venice and Sicily.