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Assembly Street – Stylish 2 Bed Flat Near Shore With Free Parking

from £ 55 per night

Assembly Street, Edinburgh

2 Bedroom  |  1 Bathroom

Description

Leith boasts a rich heritage and is home to a hip and creative crowd. Separated from Edinburgh by Leith walk, approx 1 mile in length, it is a stone thrown from its larger sister, providing seaside charm and access to the water and port.

Cobbled streets run along the waters edge with bars, pubs, cafes, bakeries, and restaurants on either side. Among the many places to eat are a number of very high-quality restaurants and some Michelin star establishments – Martin Wishart’s eponymous restaurant and Tom Kitchen’s ‘The Kitchin’.

Constitution street boasts a number of bars, pubs, and restaurants worthy of your time – the chophouse a notable example of modern Scottish fare with fabulous drinks.

Scotland’s most visited attraction, The Royal Yacht Britannia, is moored in Leith’s waters and is a stunning example of Britains royal heritage and tradition. Access is granted through Ocean Terminal, a large shopping complex with a number of brands, a cinema and various franchise food joints.

Leith’s vibrant and youthful feel is showcased through its many independent shops and its thriving hospitality industry, with the introduction of a number of high-end cocktail bars. Chief among which is ‘Nauticus’, receiving accolades from numerous publications.

Leith links is a few minutes walk away and is a large, open park where the first ever game of golf was played. Records show that a set of rules for a game closely related to modern-day golf was recorded here before any other. It is a wonderful space to relax with friends or take part in the activities that are often on during the summer.

Features & Amenities
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1

Location

Barry Burton - Edinburgh Property Manager

Assembly Street – Stylish 2 Bed Flat Near Shore With Free Parking

  0788 6655 890
   0131 235 2373
  barry@evergreen-property.co.uk

Leith boasts a rich heritage and is home to a hip and creative crowd. Separated from Edinburgh by Leith walk, approx 1 mile in length, it is a stone thrown from its larger sister, providing seaside charm and access to the water and port. Cobbled streets run along the waters edge with bars, pubs, cafes, bakeries, and restaurants on either side. Among the many places to eat are a number of very high-quality restaurants and some Michelin star establishments - Martin Wishart’s eponymous restaurant and Tom Kitchen’s ‘The Kitchin’. Constitution street boasts a number of bars, pubs, and restaurants worthy of your time - the chophouse a notable example of modern Scottish fare with fabulous drinks. Scotland’s most visited attraction, The Royal Yacht Britannia, is moored in Leith’s waters and is a stunning example of Britains royal heritage and tradition. Access is granted through Ocean Terminal, a large shopping complex with a number of brands, a cinema and various franchise food joints. Leith’s vibrant and youthful feel is showcased through its many independent shops and its thriving hospitality industry, with the introduction of a number of high-end cocktail bars. Chief among which is ‘Nauticus’, receiving accolades from numerous publications. Leith links is a few minutes walk away and is a large, open park where the first ever game of golf was played. Records show that a set of rules for a game closely related to modern-day golf was recorded here before any other. It is a wonderful space to relax with friends or take part in the activities that are often on during the summer.

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