+ Cosy Leith bedroom, with double bed. Fully equipped kitchen and electric shower
+ Near Ocean Terminal with shops, cinemas, Pure Gym, restaurants
+ Many buses to City Centre (17 mins,) across Edinburgh and to airport.
Recent guest comment: "The flat is cosy and warm and ideal for getting to and from town. The place could do with a lick of paint but never the less we were very comfortable there." Paint has since been applied but it remains an older style flat
+ N.B. Towels are not provided
The first floor rear bedroom is incredibly quiet.
The shared bathroom has a deep bath and an electric shower.
Fully fitted kitchen diner with fridge freezer, microwave, electric hob and oven, washing machine and clothes rack.
The apartment can be heated by a timer and adapted to suit your needs.
This is part of a flat where you will have use of the bedroom, bathroom, dining/kitchen and hall.
Interaction with guests
I am available to talk about local and Scottish history and places to visit. I can recommend great restaurants, bars and places of interest to see.
I'm available by phone or via AirBnB all day until midnight.
Other things to note
There is fruit, tea, coffee, milk, bread and cereal for your breakfast.
Please don't leave "donations" of food in the fridge or, of bathroom supplies like conditioner - I have inherited many almost empty bottles already. Oh and, please hang up the bathmat over the side of the bath after use.
No more than 2 people in the room, please.
It is £15 extra for each dog (regardless of stay,) which I add on by making you a "Special Offer" to include that :)
Please strip the bed and pillows on day of departure and leave keys on the bedside table.
That you enjoy your stay.
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I was a colonial Scot who has come home to roost in Edinburgh, which I love and am proud of, especially this area of Leith, which has more Michelin Star restaurants than the rest of Edinburgh, Ocean Terminal shops and, the beautiful Waters of Leith but is only 15 minutes from the City Centre.
Just ask me for tips and places to go and you will too.
There's a bicycle you can borrow to explore the network of disused railway lines all over Edinburgh and a tennis racket for the local; courts.
I'm easy-going and like meeting people so, roll-up !