Two Hillside Crescent

Two Hillside Crescent, Calton, Edinburgh, EH7 5DY, United Kingdom
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Edinburgh - Apartment #2

by al_mary

Greetings from the USA:

We had asked about the following apartment in
an earlier post:

"Lady Wynd"
5/3 Lady Wynd, Grassmarket, Edinburgh, EH1 2LH

Now we find out that it is not available for the
time we want it .... :o(

We found another apartment:
"21/9 Blair Street, Edinburgh"

Is anyone familiar with the apartment building
or the street location it is on ??

Is this a nice area to be in ??
Is it near the Grassmarket ??

Is it near all the main attractions ??
How about pubs and restuarants ??

We will be spending 8 days in Edinburgh, and
the place looks ok on the internet, but we
cannot find any reviews on it ??

We look forward to your input.

Happy Travels ..........
Al and Mary / USA

Re: Edinburgh - Apartment #2

by Pixiekatten

Hi again! ;)

Yes Blair Street is also ok. It is in the Cowgate area which is in Oldtown very close to the Grassmarket. It is near many pubs and sights. Close by is Hunter Square and South Bridge and around here are many good restaurants and cafés. Cowgate does however got a few nightclubs so there is always a lot of people about. Can be a bit noisy. But I still recommend the area. :)

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

The biggest plus for me is the...

by SooBrand

The biggest plus for me is the Edinburgh skyline, fortunately due to the lack of high rises in the city you can enjoy this most anywhere you go. On a sunny day (if you're lucky enough to get one) there is probably no better place to sit than Princes Street gardens, have an ice cream and gaze up at the castle.

Royal Mile


Royal Mile
The Royal Mile runs downhill from Edinburgh Castle to Holyrood Palace and provides a focal point in the Old Town.

The colorful, noisy streets of the Royal Mile are the tourist hub of Edinburgh. Thronged with people, lined with medieval tenements, enticing closes, wynds lead off between the buildings; discovering these is an essential part of exploring the Mile.

The Royal Mile, its various sections known by different names, is the oldest part of Edinburgh. It is described by Daniel Defoe as 'the largest, longest and finest street... in the world.'

Packing List

by topcorz

Umberella (no matter what season you are coming in).
Comfortable shoes - Edinburgh is one big hill and you will be doing alot of walking! Hangover remedies!!!!!!! You can get everything you need here but do invest in lots of film!!!! If camping bring insect replellent. We have a tiny little fly called a midge (midgie) which bites and itches.

Inchcolm Island

by leffe3

One of the many rocky islands that dot the Firth of Forth. Incholm Island is, now, uninhabited except for the Keeper of the Island and Incholm Abbey. Founded in 1123, it is the best preserved medieval monastic complex in Scotland. Most of the surviving structures date from the 13-15th centuries. Cruise boats leave Hawes pier in South Queensferry - approximately 3 hour round trip. As well as the Abbey, you are likely to see plenty of birds and nesting grey seals.

Ocean Terminal shopping centre

by sparkieplug24 about ocean Terminal

The Ocean Terminal shopping centre is situated in Leith 2 miles from Edinburgh city centre. This is a large shopping centre with shops such as Marks and Spencer, New Look and BHS.

There are many different shops here as well as a restraunt area with a few different food counters selling a variety of food. There is also a patio are over looking the docks where you can sit in nice weather. The centre also hosts the entrance to The Royal Yacht Britannia as well as a cinema complex there is something to suit all ages here. Depends what shop you go into but there are various different shops selling good quality goods


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Address: Two Hillside Crescent, Calton, Edinburgh, EH7 5DY, United Kingdom