New Town Mews -Edinburgh
- Edinburgh, Scotland
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 2
The open-plan living area (first floor) will wow you with its green accent wall and plenty of space. In the sitting room, you’ll put your feet up on the extended sectional sofa, which folds out to sleep two. Contemporary lighting and decorative accessories lend a touch of elegance, though the coal-effect gas fire and large flat screen TV with Freeview and DVD player will make you feel right at home.
In the kitchen, the cabinets and appliances are all updated. You have everything you need—gas hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, Nespresso machine and washer/dryer—as well as plenty of counter space and an abundance of light from a large window and skylight.
From the moment you pass through a wrought-iron gate to the courtyard, you’ll be entranced by New Town Mews, a wonderful vacation rental in Edinburgh. There’s room for up to four people, with both a bathroom and a shower room, so no queuing in the morning. The urban luxe design, stunning skylights and spiral staircase make this a vacation rental in Edinburgh to remember.
At New Town Mews, you’re only a short walk from Princes Street, where you can catch a bus or tram to anywhere you want to go or simply explore the nearby shops and restaurants. Then, return home to unwind in style in your luxurious vacation rental.
The ground floor double bedroom has a king-size bed, charming floral wallpaper, and plenty of light.
On the first night, we’ll leave you a bottle of wine, and you can even order breakfast to be waiting in the fridge. Complementary shower gel, shampoo and conditioner are also included.
With New Town Mews, you’ll have a luxurious, worry-free vacation rental in Edinburgh.
WifiCar ParkingLinens ProvidedHeatingClothes DryerparkingInternetIron and BoardLiving RoomHairdryerKitchenOvenFridgeMicrowaveToasterWashing machineFireplaceTowels ProvidedBooksDining RoomTelevisionHigh ChairSatellite / cable
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