This fabulous apartment is beautifully situated in the sought after 'Leith Shore', backing onto the Water of Leith and part of a unique, late 18th Century converted cooperage. It is very smartly refurbished and the lovely contemporary interior is minimalist in style with its own unique charm and beautiful original features. Enjoying a quiet aspect, the apartment is on the 3rd floor with secure entry into a pleasant and very well maintained stairwell with elevator. Private residents parking and access to communal grounds which run alongside the waters edge.
Leith boasts a very vibrant community with a wealth of pubs, restaurants, parks and community events. It has become the top 'foodie' destination in Edinburgh and among the best in the UK with an enormous choice of places within a small area. Ocean Terminal boasts excellent shopping as well as a cinema complex, bars and restaurants, some overlooking the Royal Yacht Britannia. The area is extremely well served with buses into town - day and night services.
1 double bedroom, open plan lounge (with very comfortable double sofa bed) / kitchen with central island / dining room, bathroom with shower over bath. All electric with underfloor heating in the lounge. Fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, Freeview television, DVD player, radio with I-Pod dock. Bed linen and towels provided.
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Customer Reviews of The Cooperage Apartment, Edinburgh - Sleeps 2/4
We had a fantastic week in Edinburgh at the Cooperage. We loved the flat. It has good facilities and is nicely decorated. It really was a lovely space to spend a few days. It's in a great location in the centre of Leith. Walking distance to the Royal Yacht, which we thoroughly enjoyed. A few hundred yards from the Michelin starred 'The Kitchin', which serves an excellent value lunch menu. Whilst in Edinburgh, we would recommend a trip to the Zoo to see the Pandas and Mary King's Close. Illegal Jack's is worth hunting out for a Burrito. Edinburgh is an amazing city and the Cooperage is the perfect place from which to explore it.