In an absolutely unique location, only feet from the Firth of Forth water's edge, in between the Forth Road and Rail Bridges, this smart ground floor apartment is beautifully positioned in this picturesque and historic town. The apartment boasts wonderful sea views and patio doors in the lounge and both bedrooms give stunning access to the shoreline - the floodlit bridges are quite a spectacular sight in the evening. The modern interior is contemporary in style and very attractively finished to offer a beautiful and most comfortable holiday home. Part of an exclusive, development, there are communal landscaped grounds, entry system and private parking. Care must be taken with young children close to the water edge.
Port Edgar Marina and Yacht Club are immediately adjacent to the apartment and guests can also enjoy cruises under the Rail Bridge to Inchcolm Island with its 12th C Abbey, seals, dolphins and puffins - evening jazz/ceilidh cruises available in season. The town is famous for its cobbled main street and wonderful selection of restaurants on the waters edge. Excellent rail transport into city (12 mins) and regular bus service. Shops, pub/restaurant 300 yards.
1 en-suite double bedroom with shower over corner bath, 1 bedroom with two single beds, very comfortable lounge, contemporary kitchen, main bathroom with shower over bath. All electric with central heating. Fridge, auto washer/dryer, microwave, DVD player, freeview digital television, CD. Bed linen and towels are provided.
Customer Reviews of South Queensferry Apartment, nr Edinburgh - Sleeps 4
"Excellent property, 5 star." Mr D. Taylor
"Wonderful location and pleasant accomodation" We really enjoyed our stay between the two Forth Bridges, right next to the river and wonderful views. Easy trips to Edinburgh by train. We walked the road bridge to North Queensferry, visited the Sea life centre and strolled through South Queensferry. Fantastic boat trip to Inchcolm abbey. Would recommend both the flat and surrounding area.
Mackays website was the easiest and quickest to use by far." Mrs C. Freeman