On an elegant 1850s Georgian street, close to the centre but nicely tucked away, is a smartly renovated flat for two. Everything has been carefully considered: Dyson hot and cold fans, espresso machine, a kitchen fit for a chef. But also art books, games and New York abstract art on the walls.
It’s the sort of place you can easily spend time hanging out after a busy day or evening soaking up Edinburgh’s delights. There’s a plush comfy sofa and daybed to lounge on, a huge TV, cards and games to play. Pour a wee dram (a bottle is left for guests) at the drinks cabinet and sit out in your private courtyard, it has a gas fire to keep you toasty, even on chilly Scottish nights.
The kitchen is immaculate and pretty dreamy for whipping up meals but you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out, whatever you fancy you’ll find it in cosmopolitan Edinburgh. Don’t leave without visiting the castle.