***NEWLY RELEASED*** Morrison Circus (EH3 8DW) is a quiet residential development in Edinburgh’s City Centre, just a short 8-10 min walk from Lothian Road (Traverse Theatre / Usher Hall venues), 12-15 mins walk to Charlotte Square and 15-20 mins into Edinburgh’s Old Town / Grassmarket Area. This accommodation provides 12 bedrooms in 3 apartments on the same landing (sleeps 12 to 24 persons).
Each 4 bed apartment includes a well equipped open plan kitchen / dining / living room, a family bathroom (Shower, basin and WC) and an extra cloakroom / WC. Each of the comfortable 12 bedrooms is approx 125 sqft and includes a ‘small double bed’ (120cm x 190 cm), simply perfect for single occupancy or an economic option for two persons. There is a flat screen TV in each bedroom and also a desk / chair and wardrobe space. All linens and towels are provided. Price for 3 flats together is from £15,250 for a 28-30 night stay during August. This price is based on 12 person occupancy with supplements of £125 per additional person staying.
Facilities include: –
- Washer / dryer
- Fast Wi-fi
- TV in living room and bedrooms
- Linen and Towels Provided
- 4 sets of keys / lockable bedrooms
These flats are going quickly, so please do make an enquiry if you are interested.
Morrison Circus – 12 bed Flat | Sleeps 12 to 24 guests | City Centre
About the area
City Centre - Princes Street
This City Centre location is excellent for transport links to Edinburgh Airport (via the Tram and Airport Bus) and to all major cities via the Train Station. Landmarks include The Balmoral Hotel, St Andrews Square and Waverley Train Station. Major brand shop shops line Princes Street and George Street, including a new Apple Store and the department stores Harvey Nicholls and Jenners. On the minor streets, you'll find a fair share of boutique shops, pubs and restaurants, particularly Rose Street and Thistle Street. During the Edinburgh Festival, The Assembly Rooms on George Street provides one of the big venues, with other great destinations such as the Hill Street Theatre and of course the highly popular 'Book Festival' on Charlotte Square.