Edinburgh Vacation Rental
24 Calton Hill, Edinburgh EH1 3BJ
Location: City Centre
Sleeps: 8 persons
Price: From £25.0 per person per night
About this accommodation.
Number 24 Calton Hill (Top 2 floors) dates from 1772 & is a fine example of a pre-Georgian tenement, boasting a wealth of charming period details. The apartment has been decorated with a great deal of care in keeping with the tradition & furnished with antique furniture including a beautiful oak four-poster bed & an original roll top bath.
The Accommodation comprises:
This spacious 4 bedroom city centre home contains everything you need for a comfortable & enjoyable stay. The property comprises: Lower Floor Sitting Room: Coved Ceiling, Deep set windows, fireplace, dresser, TV, paintings, window seats, shutters. Bedroom 1 Master bedroom, 1 x antique 4-poster bed, bow fronted chest of drawers, window seats, shutters, dado panelling. Bedroom 2 Single antique pine bed, double aspect windows with amazing views, shutters, bookshelves. Hall with spiral staircase leading to the upper floor Bathroom Roll top bath antique lavatory Kitchen All mod cons Upper Floor Bedroom 3 Large double bedroom Bedroom 4 Large double bedroom
No 24 is located on an elevated position right on the slope of Calton hill, the views from the flat over Edinburgh's beautiful city skyline are truly stunning. The back windows overlook the famous Calton Hill and over the east of the city, down to the sea and the front aspect looks out onto Princes street & the historic city centre.
History Robert Burns beloved Mrs Agnes McLehose, better known as Clarinda lived at number14 Calton Hill for 25 years and died on Oct 22nd 1841.
Features:, Freezer , Fridge , Linen provided , Microwave , Towels provided , Washing Machine , 1 Bathroom , 1 kitchen , 1 Sitting Room , 4 Bedrooms
About the location., Calton Hill is extremely central, only 1 minutes walk from Princes street. The property is on the slope of Calton hill, which is one of Edinburgh's main hills. Its defiantly worth the steep walk up if only to see the panoramic city views of the castle, Holyrood, The Firth of Forth, the New town, Arthur's seat and Princes street. On the top stands the famous unfinished acropolis designed by William Playfair, the old observatory designed by James Craig (1792) and the city Observatory built in 1818 which has exhibitions and viewings of the night sky. Calton Hill is one of the best places to watch the Edinburgh castle fireworks display.,
Edinburgh Vacation Rental ID: 107744