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8 Roxburgh

Roxburgh Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9SU

Get ready to live in serious style with your pals at the newly refurbished 8 Roxburgh, located perfectly in the heart of beautiful Edinburgh close to key universities, fantastic bars, and delicious places to eat!

Up to 250Mbps Wifi**

Beaverbank Place

17 Beaverbank Place, Edinburgh, EH7 4FB

Located just to the north of Edinburgh's city centre in the popular Canonmills area, the stylish Beaverbank Place apartments have a number of great bars and restaurants on the doorstep if you fancy heading out and there are a number of shops, including large Tesco and Lidl superstores conveniently located just around the corner, meaning you can keep your fridge stocked up.

100Mbps Wifi**
Large Beds
En-suite Room
Laundry Facilities
Car Parking Available
24 Hour Security

The Mill House

400 Gorgie Road, Edinburgh, EH11 2BF

The Mill House has some of the largest en suites and studios in Edinburgh, with handy transport links right on your doorstep.

100Mbps Wifi**
3/4 Beds
En-suite Room
Laundry Facilities
Car Parking Available (Additional Charge)
Outdoor Area

Scotland’s capital city blends rich history with contemporary style to create an unforgettable experience. The medieval Old Town and elegant New Town mark Edinburgh out as a jewel among the world’s great cities and a must-visit destination for any keen explorer.

Iconic Edinburgh Castle sits atop an extinct volcano dominating the city skyline, and is home to Scotland’s crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny. The city has been the capital of Scotland since 1437 and the Old Town and New Town have mark UNESCO World Heritage Site status, such is their global cultural importance.


From luxury retailers to quirky independent shops, Edinburgh provides a shopping experience like no other.

The city’s main retail thoroughfare, Princes Street, provides all your favourite high street brands along with superb views of the Old Town. If you want to sample the latest in fashion, George Street is unmissable, while luxury brands abound on Multrees Walk.

For quirky, independent shops, take a walk around the Grassmarket and Victoria Street, reputed to be JK Rowling’s inspiration for Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter books.

Browse for traditional Scottish crafts and gifts along the Royal Mile and Canongate while taking in the historic Palace of Holyroodhouse and Edinburgh Castle, or the stunning contemporary architecture of the Scottish Parliament.

From bargain hunting to opulence, you will find your retail nirvana in Edinburgh.

Eating Out

From award-winning restaurants to hidden culinary gems, Edinburgh has something exciting and new to offer all tastes and budgets.

Whether you’re a tea drinker or a coffee connoisseur, you’re sure to find the perfect place to stop, relax and watch the hustle and bustle of the city pass by. Alternatively, you can explore cuisine from all corners of globe at the hundreds of restaurants and eateries around the city. From Asian to European, and from Mediterranean to traditional Scottish, delicious treats await.


Edinburgh shines brightest when the sun goes down. With a dazzling mix of music, theatre, cinema, bars and nightclubs, your night out can be as wild or chilled out as you want to make it.

Take in a show at the Festival Theatre or the Edinburgh Playhouse, immerse yourself in a performance at The Usher Hall or Cabaret Voltaire, or laugh out loud at comedy club The Stand, there’s always something to experience as day gives way to night across the city.

Edinburgh is famous for its huge selection of bars and clubs. You can enjoy a cocktail in stylish surroundings, sample real ale in a traditional pub, or take a taste tour around some of Scotland’s distilleries at one of the city’s whisky bars.

The fun continues as the clock passes midnight at the city’s eclectic mix of nightclubs where you can party until dawn.


Edinburgh is one of Europe’s most stunning capital cities. With UNESCO World Heritage Site status, a rich history spanning over 1,000 years and a vibrant cultural heart, the city is home to the world famous of Edinburgh Castle, the National Museum of Scotland, the National Galleries of Scotland, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, and the Royal Yacht Britannia, among countless other sites of world importance.

Edinburgh’s world famous reputation as a festival city is well-deserved with 12 annual festivals held each year, most notably the Edinburgh International Festival and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe which run simultaneously across dozens of venues city-wide for the duration of August, creating an inescapable buzz.

Away from the festivals and the hubbub of the city, Edinburgh borders the sumptuous countryside and sweeping coastline of the Lothians, where you will find breathtaking scenery, sandy beaches and adventure.


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