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35 Barony Street in Edinburgh, Edinburgh and the Lothians

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sleeps 6
3 rooms
2 bathrooms

35 Barony Street description

The city of Edinburgh, Scotland's capital has a mix of old and new. The Old Town has wonderful attractions including a castle, The Royal Mile, and Hollyrood Palace. The New Town boasts Georgian buildings, and many shops and restaurants. Close to this charming city is beautiful countryside, beaches, hills and golf courses. Edinburgh has something for everyone at any time of year.

From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam.


  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Ground floor
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near pub

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Mr Bailey
January 2015
We had a fantastic time at 35 Barony Street. The accommodation is superbly located for exploring everything that Edinburgh has to offer. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend to family and friends.
Mrs Herdina
March 2015
The flat was perfect. It was in a great location, it had everything we needed for our stay, including a high chair and cot for our son. Since it was on the ground floor it was easy to access with our buggy, and our two single friends weren't woken up by my son in the morning because the living area is well away from the bedrooms. It was a lovely stay.
Ms White
September 2015
A great location to explore the area, and a well equipped apartment with a friendly helpful owner. We had a super family get together and holiday, thank you!
Mrs Fitch
October 2014
Great restaurants and pubs nearby, comfy beds.
Mr Auer
May 2014
Very good quality, in a very good location for the centre. A large apartment with overall excellent cleanliness, very well suited for 6 people.
Mr Lang
April 2014
Loved this flat. Great location near my favourite pub in Edinburgh. The king size bed in the master suite was a god send. We were sad to leave it at the end of our stay.
Mrs Asquith
December 2013
Everything we could possibly need was provided. It was within easy walking distance of the town.
Mrs Thiele
July 2012
The proximity to a playground and the Queen Street Gardens was wonderful as we had an 18 month old child with us. The property was also ideally located for easy access to the city and tourist areas.
Mr Mott
October 2012
Close to the city centre, we could walk to all the attractions. The property was very spacious, comfortable and clean.
Mrs Bigland
July 2012
Great location, lots to do nearby. Museum of Scotland kept children entertained for hours. Flat very clean and well looked after, everything we needed was there.
Mrs Reilly
January 2013
The situation of the flat just 10 minutes from Princes Street was excellent. We also appreciated that the apartment was really warm, and in fact frequently turned the heating down. The owners were very helpful and warm over the two enquiries we had while there.
Mrs Evans
February 2012
The location of the property was perfect - close to all amenities but also in a quiet location. A wonderful first experience of Edinburgh!
Mr Prokisch
November 2011
The location of 35 Barony Street is perfect.
Miss Pan
December 2011
The apartment was awesome. We prepared and cooked food for our Christmas dinner and we celebrated Christmas Eve here. Everything was really comfortable. It was only about ten minutes walk from the apartment to the city centre. We really enjoy staying at 35 Barony Street.
Mrs Emkes
May 2011
Fantastic location but yet very quiet. Eateries on the doorstep: coffee, sandwich, beer, curry, French, Thai! John Lewis 3 minutes walk away, cathedral 2 minutes. Utterly brilliant. Lovely garden access to Queen's Square. Well decorated - high ceilings and big beds for our very tall family - this is a huge bonus. Owners seem wonderful and helpful.
Mr Aurora
August 2011
The flat is in an excellent location, right in the heart of the city, and within walking distance to great sites and transport connections. All around a very clean and well presented ground floor flat.
September 2014
We enjoyed Barony St very much . We come to Edinburgh regularly to visit our son at the university and prefer house rental as we are a family of six . This flat is pretty central but as it's at the end is the street it's quiet . It's also roomy and had everything you need. We would stay here again . It was very good value for money for Edinburgh. Definitely recommend !
Ms Dean
November 2011
The city location, close to shops and restaurants and reasonably close to the train station. Friendliness of the owner. Lovely furnishings, comfortable seating and beds and pillows! Access to the beautiful Queens Street gardens.
September 2012
Well decorated flat , plenty of homely touches. Beds comfortable. Flat very clean and kitchen well kitted out. Short walk to multi screen cinema and many big name shops. Only downside was having just one toilet. Would definitely stay again
July 2013
The apartment is located In a lovely area with independent local bars and restaurants. The best meals we had all were week were eaten in the local area rather than the city centre. The centre of town was a short walk away and there is plenty to see and do in Edinburgh. Upon arrival there was a bottle of wine which we opened straight away- nice touch! Only down sides were parking - had to pay ( but it is city centre so what do you expect!!) and we never figured out the boiler. Which didn't matter as used dish washer and electric shower!
David and Ann H
July 2014
When we first saw the property advertised on Trip Advisor we were quite taken with the flat. We ordered, and that in itself was a good process. We only paid a deposit, with the balance due just a short time before the vacation started. The owners, the Tivendales, were a friendly and helpful couple. Some things did not quite work out, but they corrected them immediately and I always say it's not about getting it right first time, it's about what happens if things aren't quite right, and we found the owners to be very good at sorting things out. I have walking difficulties, however the flat is ground floor with everything on the same level. Ideal for me. The flat was pleasant, we went there with our three (adult) daughters and a son-in-law, and the layout was perfect. A massive bed for my wife and I (she took one look and said "That bed has two postal codes!"), a twin room for the two single daughters and a double room for our other daughter and son-in-law. Everyone loved the flat - the layout, the facilities and the location. The grill took a bit of figuring out, and even at the end we were not entirely sure how it worked. We just adjusted the two left dials until it came on. It was a short distance from Tesco Extra, and the Tesco Supermarket was not much further. The tramway terminal was only a few minutes away. Yes it was uphill, but Edinburgh is built on seven hills, so if you visit the city prepare to walk up them half of the time. There was a comprehensive and delicious restaurant nearby called the 'Conan Doyle', and as you approached Princes Street (one 's' for two sons of the king, not two 's's for a daughter of the king) there were various fast food outlets as well as a Sainsbury Local. We were presented with a bottle of wine, which the whole family enjoyed during tea time later in the vacation. Quite the friendly and professional touch. Now to what I liked least, the cobbles I think. That's what you expect from roads built over a century ago, but it's not easy on the feet, and even harder on cases with wheels. The black taxis are, as usual, expensive, but you can phone the local 'private hire' taxi company with an easy phone number (I know I mustn't state the phone number but just repeat 5 as many times as you need after the Edinburgh code). We had a wonderful time, thank you Tivendales, and we're sorry that we broke a cup while we were there. Highly Recommended. If we visit Edinburgh in the future this is certainly a flat we will consider using again. David & Ann and kids
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