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The Apartment
2 bedroom apartment, sleeps 4, in central Edinburgh. More cost effective than staying in a hotel and there’s so much more space to make yourself at home. more...
Prime Location
Sought after property on the ground floor, with its own main front door. So often in Edinburgh, apartments are located in stairwells which share the main front door with others. more...
Attractions
There are lots of reasons to visit Edinburgh from culture and the festivals to shopping or visiting children in Edinburgh, whether they are at university, school or working more...

No 1 Bellevue Terrace is a large, two bedroom, city centre apartment on the east of Edinburgh’s historic Georgian New Town.  From the over-sized antique mirrors, the original flag stones in the hall, cast iron style bedsteads and curtains with swathes of fabric to the period shutters and original marble fireplaces, it is the classic Georgian New Town drawing room apartment.  If you are looking for a bolt hole, within easy walking distance of visitor attractions, shops, restaurants and bars then look no further – this is your home from home.

Located on a traditional cobbled street, the apartment is a few minutes’ walk from Edinburgh’s vibrant Broughton Street quarter, which is crammed with speciality food and wine shops, boutiques, delis, restaurants, cafes and bars.  Heading south, it’s about a 10-15 minute walk to the shops on George Street and heading north, it’s a 5-10 minute walk to the open spaces of the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens.

The apartment has two spacious bedrooms and can sleep four comfortably. The double bedroom has two huge windows offering peaceful and leafy garden views to the rear. At the front, the bright and airy twin room has charming views over public gardens and a colonnaded neo classical church. Both rooms offer generous storage space. There is also a cot bed available.

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