Reasonably priced, good location as right by the tram line and only 5-10 minutes into town. Well looked after property. Really recommend.
Liane from London on 22/08/2017
Good Base of Operations Flat
This flat was perfect for seven friends (three married couples and a single traveler) to explore Edinburgh, the Fringe, the Military Tattoo, and neighboring sites. The flat is cozy, with three bedrooms, a living area (with an air mattress that was well reviewed) and a small kitchen. There were just enough kitchen essentials for the seven of us to start our days off right with breakfast. The flat also contains two bathrooms which, while small, were adequate for us to all get cleaned up as needed. The location, Haymarket, was convenient for walking into Old Town or utilizing the city bus routes to get about. All in all, a very good experience.
The personal greeter was very sweet, timely, and took care to explain the essentials. The package of shortbread biscuits was a pleasant surprise as well.
Pros: Location! Close to an excellent Italian restaurant, train station, and two grocery stores plus city transportation. Quiet (top floor) and relatively quiet neighborhood. Kitchen with combination washer/dryer (which was a tremendous plus for folks that travel light). Flat felt secure and was well maintained.
Neutrals: It is an European flat, so no lift, small rooms, and smaller bathrooms. It met our expectations perfectly however.
Cons: The beds are very creaky, and the mattresses were a bit uncomfortable, especially for two if us with back injuries.
All in all we had a great experience, and will definitely consider this for future travels to Edinburgh.
Wil from Aurora, Colorado on 22/08/2017
Flat near Murrayfield
This flat was in excellent condition, as you would expect as the landlord lives there for most of the time.
The flat was within a couple of hundred metres of the Murrayfield tram station which was just four stops from Princes Street.
The flat is located in a very quiet road although parking can be a problem.
The flat is on the upper level and windows can be safely left open at night.
The beds were comfortable.
The kitchen was well equipped.
The living areas were good though seldom used by ourselves.
The provision of toilet paper was somewhat miserly but there are two large brand local stores within a couple of hundred metres of the flat.
Guests from outside of Scotland should be aware that alcohol is not sold in these shops after 10.00pm.
It would have been helpful to have a second door key for the "Yale lock" as we did not, always return to the flat at the same time.
All in all an excellent stay.
Glen from Ware, Hertfordshire on 21/08/2017
Great spacious flat
This flat is a brilliant place for a couple to stay when in Edinburgh. It is positioned perfectly for visitors to the Fringe as many venues in the old town are just a short walk away. It comes well-equipped with everything needed when self-catering provided and had a 'home-from-home' feel to it. Would re-book without hesitation!
Amy from York on 20/08/2017
comfortable flat in lovely quiet street
This is a lovely flat with great views in a quiet little street in Morningside. Supermarkets and delicatessen shops nearby, good bus connection to town centre. Very comfortable beds, modern bathroom and well equipped kitchen. Highly recommendable!
Barbara from Göttingen on 20/08/2017
Lovely quiet flat
A lovely,cosy flat that is perfect for visiting the wonderful city of Edinburgh.
Sean from Nottingham on 20/08/2017
Wow !! Just amazing the flat is on floor 12 right next to the waters edge with views looking down to the three bridges that are just stunning.
This three bedroom flat is superb with a massive open plan lounge/kitchen diner three bedrooms one with en suite and a good sized bathroom.Six of us stayed here with loads of space to spare and if you want to escape you can sit on the balcony with views to die for.
Eric from Anglesey North Wales on 17/08/2017
Spacious and well resourced accommodation with many local amenities
I must first make mention of Karen [Blair] of Blair apartments [Edinburgh-Flats.com. Her rapid and helpful responses enabled me to book, in the short time available to me in the circumstances prevailing at the time, this spacious and well resourced accommodation, with its many local amenities as well as its close proximity to the Royal Botanical Garden, Edinburgh [Scotland]. Like many others, we were reliant upon local transport which served us admirably from the one bedroomed flat to make journeying across the city straightforward, including a visit to friends in South Queensferry. Thank you Karen.
Additionally we should like to thank all considerations afforded us by the guest manager, Gill. Any future visit to Edinburgh would see us request the same flat, without hesitation.
Aileen from Sheffield on 15/08/2017
University location easy access to City
Having wanted somewhere central and not overpriced for a weekend at the Festival, this fitted well.
University accommodation so a private bed room and, in our case, ensuite shower/toilet (although not all have this), and septette kitchen area
Clean and functional. Only downside was linen didn't fit beds properly and thus mattered exposed.
Entrance, and public areas monitored by CCTV so feeling of security
Oldpos from Halifax on 15/08/2017
Good central flat
It's a lovely flat, bright, clean and very comfortable. And centrally located so just a gentle stroll to the centre of town and with Holyrood Park next door.
In addition, everyone from Edinburgh Flats were pleasant and extremely helpful both online and in person.
Iain from Aberdeen on 15/08/2017