The Rock House: Historic Property in the Heart of the City

House - Edinburgh
Self-controlled heating / cooling system
Washer
Wireless internet connection
Coffee / Tea maker
Oven

Description

8 Guests
4 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
2° floor

One of Edinburgh's oldest and most prestigious homes - recommended as 'THE' place to stay in top travel magazines such as Conde Nast, Luxury Traveller & the Telegraph.

Built in 1756 for a Merchant, Rock House is a historic gem in the HEART of Edinburgh - also famous as the home of pioneer photographers, David Octavius Hill & Robert Adamson.

From its secluded position at the foot of infamous, Calton Hill, it has an elevated terrace with the most wonderful panoramic views over the City.

Check-in: 16:00
Check-out: 10:00

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Features

Check-in: 16:00

Check-out: 10:00

Standard occupancy: 8

Max occupancy: 8

Floor: 2°

Elevator: No

Amenities

Bathtub
Bathtub
Carbon monoxide detector
Closets in room
Coffee/tea maker
Cooking basics
Dining area
Dining room
Dining room seats
Dishes and silverware
Dishwasher
Double beds
Essentials
Full kitchen
Hairdryer
Hangers
Hot water
House cleaning optional
Iron
Ironing board
King bed
Kitchen
Laptop friendly
Linens
Long term stays allowed
Luxury linen type
Multiple closets
Oven
Plates and bowls
Private entrance
Refrigerator
Seating area
Self-controlled heating/cooling system
Separate closet
Shampoo
Shower
Silverware/utensils
Sitting area
Smoke detector
Stove
Tables and chairs
Toaster
Towels
Tv
Tv
Twin bed
Washer
Washer/dryer
Wireless internet connection
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Location

Edinburgh, Scotland

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The Rock House: Historic Property in the Heart of the City