Sleeps 6-8 persons. This spacious, traditional main door 'family home' is ideally situated for Old Town and Southside venues (on the edge of the Meadows). It is nicely presented throughout with traditional features of high ceilings, wooden floors and marble fireplaces. Accommodation comprises main door entrance, hallway, family bathroom, a large and comfortable lounge (with sofabed), 5 bedrooms (3 doubles and 2 singles). Stairs to lower ground floor lead to a well equipped dining kitchen (table seats 6) and a walk in shower room off a very spacious utility / boot room (washing machine / drying racks etc.) and 5th single bedroom (not shown in photos!). In summary, a very spacious and flexible festival flat in a prime festival location with the benefit of internet and freeview TV. Minimum let of 4 weeks during August from £5250+
Available for occasional lets from June to July at £1250 per week, with a minimum let of 4 weeks during August from £5250+
Warrender Park Crescent – 5 bed home – Marchmont / Meadows
About the area
Marchmont / Meadows / Sciennes
Marchmont / Sciennes is an area just South of the popular green space called 'The Meadows'. It's largely a residential area for homeowners and students tenants, but a great place to stay during August for festival participants - close to Bristo Square, Old Town and many of the Southside venues. Large traditional sandstone tenement buildings with spacious apartments line the streets up from The Meadows to the northern boundary of Grange Road. There are plenty of local supermarkets (Sainsbury and Scotmid) and good lunch / restaurants such as 'The Birchwood' on Marchmont Road and "Red Box" on Spottiswoode Street. For finer dining, you might try "The Rabbit Hole" and neighbourhood pub,'The Earl of Marchmont', is well worth a visit. For those interested in cooking, fishmongers 'Eddies Seafood' is the place to go for all your fresh fish. If you're travelling up by car, carparking is metered / paid for (unless you are a resident) but 'free parking' is close, only 10-20 min walk south (so not too bad!).