Architecturally fascinating ancient building sheltered in secret garden. Calm and comfortable.
In central Edinburgh yet tucked-away in a mature private garden, this quirky, sophisticated dovecot is stunning. Serene and secluded, it's quietly thrilling. Steep wooden stairs lead to the tiny bedroom up in the tower where slabs of cedar wood, illuminated ancient nesting boxes and a garden view surround a double bed.
Downstairs a mysterious underground cavern can be glimpsed beneath a sturdy glass floor-panel. There is a pull-out sofa-bed, a sleek bathroom and beneath a mezzanine, a rustic-chic cedar-wood kitchen.
A relaxing and peaceful hideaway with a tranquil scented garden terrace.
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