A lovely ground floor main door apartment with a wealth of original Georgian features from the polished flagstones in the entrance hall to the elaborate plasterwork and no fewer than 3 original marble fireplaces which provide lovely focal points in the well-proportioned classical rooms.
Accommodation is provided for up to 6 guests.
The accommodation comprises:
The stone flagged entrance way leads into a spacious and ornate hallway with classical pillars and delicate plasterwork. This area is furnished with a desk and chair and has a Wi-Fi connection which guests are welcome to use.
A very large living/dining room with two astragalled windows and working shutters overlooks the cobbled street. There is plenty of comfortable seating arranged around a beautiful black marble fireplace. The owners have provided a 40'' flat screen TV, blue ray DVD player, a small collection of DVDs and a selection of books for those leisure moments. A traditional dining table with antique chairs seats up 6 people in comfort should one wish to dine in in style.
A modern kitchen equipped with gas hob and electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier. A wide selection of cooking utensils, crockery, cutlery and glassware has been provided offering guests the opportunity to prepare a meal if they wish. A small table seating up to 4 people has been positioned by the window - ideal for informal dining.
The light and airy master bedroom is situated to the rear of the building and is furnished with a super king bed, wardrobe and dressing table, and has the benefit of a sofa and low table should one wish for a spot of peace and quiet. Two further large bedrooms have beds which can be arranged as twins or super kings on request.
The well-presented bathroom has a bath, separate shower, wash hand basin and WC as well as a heated towel rail. There is also a separate loo with a WC and wash hand basin.
About the location (New Town, Edinburgh)
Union Street is quietly located in the vibrant Broughton area of Edinburgh which offers visitors to the city a brilliant central location with a unique village atmosphere.
This district has a wonderful assortment of cafes, bars and restaurants as well as good local shops and boutiques. The Edinburgh Playhouse is just a couple of minutes walk away as is the Omni Centre with its multiplex cinema.