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You will be living in pure history .. Recently refurbished ,Three bedroom cottage house,set right in the heart of Edinburgh city centre,in a quite lane you would not think you were in a city centre.. . Tel: 44 131 225 1975

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. Many of Edinburgh’s best restaurants, including Michalen star are about 100 yards away. . We provide a fully furnished, 5 star, affordable home ranging from one bedroom to 3 bedrooms.. .

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. We provide a fully furnished, 5 star, affordable home ranging from one bedroom to 3 bedrooms.. . . . Set between George Street and Queen Street, The House In The Town lies back to back with the famous Oxford bar ,one of the oldest pubs in Edinburgh, made famous by the author Ian Rankin who wrote about his detective character Rebus who frequented the Oxford. . . Recently refurbished ,Three bedroom cottage house,set right in the heart of Edinburgh city centre,in a quite lane you would not think you were in a city centre.. . You can have all the home comforts in this 1800 old coach house situated in the heart off Edinburghs city centre .. Recently refurbished ,Three bedroom cottage house,set right in the heart of Edinburgh city centre,in a quite lane you would not think you were in a city centre.. Build in the early 1800s this luxury converted Georgian coach house which provides a classic Edinburgh base with all mod cons. . . . Set between George Street and Queen Street, The House In The Town lies back to back with the famous Oxford bar ,one of the oldest pubs in Edinburgh, made famous by the author Ian Rankin who wrote about his detective character Rebus who frequented the Oxford. . . .