Blair House apartments (sleep from 2-4 to 6-8 persons / total 103 persons)
One, two and three bedroom apartments located within the newly refurbished Blair House development just off the Royal Mile. These apartments are located within a traditional Victorian building and have been finished in a modern contemporary style. In total, Blair House can accommodate up to 103 people depending on availability.
Please note that Blair House has no reception. Payment must be made in advance prior to arrival instructions be issued. A 24hr help number is available for guests during their stay if required.
Wireless Broadband Internet access in all apartments upon request.
Charges £5 per hour and £10 per 24hr card. Cards must be pre-ordered at time of booking.
Modern 3 bedroom apartments located in the city centre, consisting of 2 doubles and 1 twin and a double sofa bed in the sitting room. An extra fold out bed in the sitting room can be provided if necessary.
An lift/elevator serves all apartments.
Price Guide Minimum two nights rental. Minimum rate from £18.00 per person per night based on full capacity.
Festival August : Weekly rentals Saturday to Saturday August only. (2 bedroom £1000 weekly or £3200 August sleesp 4/6 and 3 bedroom £1400 weekly or £4000 August sleeps 6/8)
Arrival / Departure Arrival from 3pm onwards
Departure by 11am
About the location (Old Town, Edinburgh)
These apartments are located in The Old Town, Edinburgh city centre.
This is the ideal location for visiting Edinburgh's historic city centre and Edinburgh Castle.
You will be right in the heart of the heart of Edinburgh's beautiful medieval World Heritage Site made up of narrow alleyways and squares leading off the Royal Mile to other nearby attractions such as Holyrood Abbey, Tron Kirk and St Giles Cathedral.
The Old Town is exceptionally picturesque; Edinburgh Castle perches on the top of castle rock the remnants of an old volcano. From the top you can view the Old City that is built on top of numerous underground passageways and vaults, which can be explored today. Other notable buildings that contribute to Edinburgh's impressive skyline are The Scottish Parliament Building, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the General Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland, the Royal Museum of Scotland, Surgeons' Hall, and the University of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh's Old Town is truly magical and inspirational place. You need to be in the heart of it to experience it.