A Georgian Residence

11 Moray Place, Edinburgh, EH3 6DT, United Kingdom
A Georgian Residence at No. 11 Moray Place
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Forum Posts

Anyone ever use apartmentsapart.com to stay in Edinburgh or elsewhere?

by roamingraider

My wife, myself and another couple are traveling to Edinburgh this winter and I found apartments to rent for a decent price at apartmentsapart.com. Has anyone ever dealt with them or heard anything about them. Or if you have any other advise on places to stay for a decent price i would love any suggestions. We are a little too old for a hostel but do want to be around a nice nightlife.

Re: Anyone ever use apartmentsapart.com to stay in Edinburgh or elsewhere?

by hawkhead

I've never dealt with them or indeed heard anything about them, which is not to say that this is a negative comment. An apartment is a great idea if you are going to be staying for longer than a week. It's what we do all over the world. However, never done it in Edinburgh as I used to live near Glasgow, so there was never any need. If and when you find an apartment, you might ask in VT re location and so on. Another thing to consider is the ease of finding somewhere that has somewhere reasonably nearby to buy staples such as eggs, milk and bread.

Re: Apartmentsapart.com

by al_mary

Greetiongs from the USA,

My wife and I use Apartmentsapart alot when
we travel into Europe.

We have stayed in their apartments in the
following cities:

Prague - Madrid - Krakow and Warsaw

We will be in Edinburgh in September, and
we have also booked one of their apartments

They have all been very clean, and the staff
in each city very helpful.

You will have no regrets about staying in one.

Happy Travels,

Al and Mary - USA

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

City walks

by tompt

Edinburgh is a great city to walk through.
Just enjoy the narrow streets of the old town. The houses are nice to see and often have a little street besides or behind it. These so called wynds and closes are fun to explore.
Also notice the chimneys, which we found very nice to photograph.


by Ash59

As you walk down the Royal Mile, you will find several small entrances that are alleyways, leading either through to other roads or into courtyards, which are surrounded by tenement flats (apartments). If you get a chance, wander into one of these and imagine what it was like back in the 1900's when families of 4 or more used to live in these small living places. Now, more often than not, they have been upgraded to single person living accomodation and are rented out by university students.

Map of Edinburgh


Take a free map of Edinburgh at the Tourist Information Centre. The map includes the locations of the main sights and is good for orientation purposes, especially when exploring the city on foot.
The Main Tourist Information Centre of Edinburgh is located at Princes Street 3; just in the heart of the city centre.

The forth rail bridge

by Pixiekatten

One of the most spectacular man-made landmarks in Scotland is the Forth Rail Bridge. The bridge is 2.5 km long and the world’s first major steel bridge, with its gigantic girder spans of 521 m. It ranks as one of the great feats of civilization. It was begun in 1883 and formally completed on 4 March 1890.
It was constructed by Tancred–Arrol and robustly designed by civil engineers Sir John Fowler and Benjamin Baker in the aftermath of the Tay Bridge disaster*.
The bridge crosses the River Forth between South Queensferry and North Queensferry, and still carries the East Coast mainline railway north from Edinburgh to Perth and Dundee.

(*At approximately 7:15 p.m. on the stormy night of 28 December 1879, the central navigation spans of the Tay bridge collapsed into the Firth of Tay at Dundee, taking with them a train, 6 carriages and 75 souls to their fate.)

Tartan Toories Claymores & Kilts

by scottishvisitor about They all mention something Scottish

There are lots of little shops in the Royal Mile & I have heard them mentioned on VT as tourist traps. I think they are good fun places to look around & the tourists love them too. All sorts of souveniers can be had, lots of kilts & other traditional goods. My favourite thing here is the history books & of course postcards. Any amount from £1.00 upwards


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Address: 11 Moray Place, Edinburgh, EH3 6DT, United Kingdom