We have a double room available during the holidays of our flatmate, so we can rent it for a few days. We are living with a kitten (Nina) 5 months old, so she´s running and jumping by the house all the time. Very social , lol.
The house is old but cosy, and the location is really good, you have a park downstairs and close to pub´s and restaurants.
There is not living room.
The area is very quiet, no noise.
The two are most directly connected by Leith Walk, which runs from the East End of Princes Street into Leith. Follow Leith Walk from the east end of Princes Street, enjoying the wide range of different shops along the route.
Other things to note
Leith has become the top foodie destination in Edinburgh and among the best in the UK. In 2010, The Shore was voted as runner-up in the "Best Foodie Street" category in the UK (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Street View awards . Include the adjacent Bernard Street, Commercial Street and Henderson Street and you will find an enormous choice of places to eat within a very small area. Fish and chip shops, Italian trattoria, curry-houses and traditional pub grub rub shoulders with some of the best seafood in the UK, some unusual ethnic cuisines and there's even a couple of Michelin-starred fine-dining establishments for good measure.
-It is necessary to have a good communication to know if the guest is comfortable at home.
-Please leave the place clean and warn the host if any area is not clean, since 3 people live on the flat and there is a possibility that some will not do the correct maintenance, we don´t want this point to be a reason for any complaint for part of the guest.
-Inform about what time the guest arrives at least two days before arrival or at the moment the reservation is accepted.
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