centrally located for us....all good. No complaints. All as expected!
jeremy from Munich on 27/09/2016
This flat was fantastic beautifully decorated and furnished and well equipped in a quite street about 15minutes walk from Princes Street.It was warm and cosy and a great place to stay.It is in a very nice part of town surrounded by lots of lovely properties. We loved staying here and will definitely be going back again
Arthur from Diss on 19/09/2016
Good central flat
This is basically a really good flat - mostly very well-equipped and well presented, in a superb location for visiting Edinburgh - quiet, good local area with excellent buses into centre - the kitchen has just one or two irritating features which stop me rating the flat excellent. I was on my own and so just about coped with the tiny table - and it is the only surface anywhere in the flat for eating and working. Cooking was tricky as the kitchen knives are all completely blunt to the point of being dangerous. You really should be able to chop an onion! One lovely feature for me was decent radios - rare in a holiday flat.
Sandra from SE England on 18/09/2016
Enjoyed our stay at the apartment and it was nicely appointed. We had a bit of a problem initially as there was no parking available in the designated area, so had to pay & display for a time, but got it resolved in the end.
D Morrison from Inverness on 15/09/2016
Good apartment, central position, delightful outlook
East Claremont Street is a fine, broad, cobbled avenue flanked by handsome Victorian terraces within walking distance of Edinburgh City Centre. 77/4 is a third floor apartment approached by stairs within a deep stairwell, beautifully adorned with stucco work. The flat has a well-equipped kitchen, a lounge commanding glorious views of the city and two comfortable bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room. It is clean, warm, comfortable and quiet - a digital detox is possible! The family owners offer a personal welcome and are most interested in the performing arts. We had a wonderful week here and are most grateful to the Poole family for their advice on the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We certainly hope to return for future summer events.
Helen Clark from High Wycombe on 14/09/2016
Great location for all your Edinburgh needs!
The flat is very appointed. The bedrooms are of decent size and comfortable. Everything in the flat was of working order with a modern kitchen, bathroom and sizable lounge and dining area. The staff were very helpful and accommodating to our shifting schedule due to weather and university admission delays. The wifi does work but not in the bedrooms due to the placement of the router in the lounge and the thickness of the walls. We have minor comments for improvement: There was no blow dryer available. It would have been nice to include a cafetiere to make coffee in the flat in the morning. The kitchen only had one tea towel and no kitchen roll which made cleaning a challenge for a 4 night stay. We would recommend this accommodation and hope to stay again!
Alana Z from London on 14/09/2016
Best apartment stay in Edinburgh yet *****
Six of us stayed at the Penthouse for the last week of August and it was our third experience of a self-catering let in Edinburgh at this time of year. It was by far our favourite! The apartment is gorgeous and spacious with breathtaking views - castle to one side and Forth Road bridge/harbour to the other - with ample parking and public transit. (Half of us were by car and the others by bus and those on the bus usually got into/out of town quicker!) The owner, Maggie, was extremely welcoming and helpful; everything we needed for a week was already in the apartment (this hasn’t always been the case in our experience) and she was available whenever we tried to get in touch before/during our stay. Can’t recommend her highly enough!
Veronica from Saffron Walden, Essex on 12/09/2016
A great place to stay- bus routes,restaurants and pubs,shops,waterfront.We love Leith,and this cottage is ideal.
Marion from Isle of Whithorn on 10/09/2016
An excellent weekend stay
This was a very good flat in a convenient location close to shops, restaurants and Playhouse. Very spacious, well equipped, with a good level of safety this would certainly be my first choice for a return visit to Edinburgh. If I am allowed to be a bit 'picky' and this is not the owner's fault, rather the people who stay there, the carpets could do with a clean and perhaps the provision of a more substantial shower in the main bathroom. Otherwise a great stay thank you. Also a thank you to Edinburgh Flats who were very professional and helpful.
Jude from Sunderland on 06/09/2016
Good flat,brilliant location
Combined kitchen/sitting room, one bed flat suitable for a couple. Well furnished and equipped. A really brilliant location, especially for Festival visitors: next door to the Usher Hall and Royal Lyceum Theatre, 2 minutes walk from the Traverse Theatre. Next to a bus stop with excellent services to the rest of the city.
Despite its busy location I didn't find it noisy at night. Highly recommended, and I hope to return.
John from Hertfordshire on 02/09/2016