Sleeps 1 to 2 persons. These fantastic Studio apartments are now available to book over the Edinburgh Festival. Located in the City Centre, just East of Princes Street and only 5 minutes walk from the Playhouse Theatre, the restaurants / lively bars of Broughton Street and leisure facilities of the Omni Centre (Virgin Active gym and Vue Cinema).
These Studio apartments have secure key card access to a combined bedroom / living area with small double bed (i.e. 4 ft width), en-suite shower room, kitchen area (4 ring hob, fan assisted oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, breakfast bar with chairs). Each of these room also has a comfortable arm chair, desk, drawers, wardrobe flat-screen and a 32 inch TV with access to 40 channels. The building in which the studios are situated has secure key card access, 24 hr CCTV, a snooker table/ games room and coin operated laundry facilities. Free Wifi internet access completes the package!
We have both Classic and Superior Studios available with superior ones being a little more spacious and also some of which have an en-suite bath / shower rather than en-suite shower.
2017 prices for a 'Classic' Studio apartment over the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 are: –
Nightly – £90 to (3 night min.)
Weekly – £600
Monthly – £1800 single occupancy / £1900 double occupancy
Supplements may apply for 1) Double occupancy and 2) Superior rooms
To make a booking enquiry: –
or you can call us on 0131 478 1294 or simply email us
McDonald Road, Studio Apartment, Edinburgh Festival
About the area
City Centre (East) - Hillside, Broughton Street, Leith Walk
Covering the area from the East end of Princes Street down to the foot of Leith Walk, this area has great appeal for festival visitors, with The Playhouse Theatre being the cultural hub. There are many restaurants and bars in the area, local favourites include Vittoria's Italian, Joseph Pearce pub and Kushis Indian restaurant. The city centre, Old Town and Southside are an easy walk (15-30 mins) or the very regular bus service that runs along Leith Walk makes it just a short journey into Princes Street, Old Town or Southside venues. Broughton Street is a popular destination in this part of the City, yet more good restaurants, pubs, an Omni cinema and local amenities (butcher, fishmonger and Tesco Metro close by). There is even (gasp!) 'free' city centre parking on some of the streets off Leith Walk which can make this area even more attractive to car borne visitors.