November 08, 2018

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I’ve visited a few apartments around the Quartermile area of Edinburgh and they really vary in terms of size and decor. Some are huge, some are duplex’s, some are reasonable size and many are absolutely tiny (vision a shoebox with a window) but today’s apartment was fairly small but looked really great with a really cosy bedroom. This particular property sits right by the NCP and next to the popular Peter’s Yard and just a stones throw from Old Town and specifically the Middle Meadow Walk, so it’s in a really awesome location if you want to be around Old Town.

This particular had a really small bedroom but the whole flat was really lovely. Touches like the guitar on the lounge wall and the bunting in the entrance to the flat looked great but most importantly the flat is very new, very warm, very comfortable and in a really incredible location.

There’s not really a lot to write about this apartment so I’ll let the photos speak for themselves but I liked it.

simpsons close airbnb
simpsons close airbnb
simpsons close airbnb
simpsons close airbnb
simpsons close airbnb
simpsons close airbnb
simpsons close airbnb
simpsons close airbnb
simpsons close airbnb

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