147 Lochend Rd, Edinburgh, EH7 6ET, United Kingdom
The Lochend Serviced Apartments are located in Edinburgh, Scotland, one mile from Princes Street and the city centre. The Playhouse and Waverley station are 1.5 miles from the hotel. Hotel Features. This four storey self catering apartment complex is set in a modern building with elevator access to all levels and a security entry phone for each apartment. Complimentary parking is available on site. The Lochend Serviced Apartments are self catering. There are several restaurants in the

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Location. The Lochend Serviced Apartments are located in Edinburgh, Scotland, one mile from Princes Street and the city centre. The Playhouse and Waverley station are 1.5 miles from the hotel. Hotel Features. This four storey self catering apartment complex is set in a modern building with elevator access to all levels and a security entry phone for each apartment. Complimentary parking is available on site. The Lochend Serviced Apartments are self catering. There are several restaurants in the local area, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guestrooms. The Lochend Serviced Apartments comprise 42 fully furnished apartments. All incorporate separate living areas, two bathrooms and kitchens with microwaves, ovens, refrigerators, cutlery, and washing machines and dryers. Amenities include digital television, CD/DVD players, wireless Internet access, safes and power showers. Expert Tip. Edinburgh is best seen on foot and the best place to start is at Edinburgh Castle. Located at the west end of the Royal Mile, this castle dates back to 1130. Follow the Royal Mile down to the 16th century Palace of Holyroodhouse. Explore the alleys along the way to see museums, shops, pubs and restored townhouses.

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