Small luxury hotel on the historic Royal Terrace in Edinburgh, the longest continuous building of Georgian architecture in the city. With views over the Firth of Forth, the hotel combines Georgian elegance with a contemporary twist.
The best placed accommodation in the city? A lustily-thrown rock might reach two cinemas, two theatres, Edinburgh’s principal concert hall, and the grave of Thomas de Quincey, author of the classic Confessions of an English Opium Eater.
Lovely 2 double bedroom apartment with 2 bathrooms, open plan living room kitchen and tucked away from the noise of the street. Great location for the Fringe and Festival and for enjoying all the city has to offer.