Edinburgh's Most Unique Airbnb's

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It seems like Airbnb has become a popular choice for those planning a stay away from home. We've put together a list of some of the best in Edinburgh.

Whether you are planning a visit to Edinburgh or you one of the locals in need of an escape from reality, here is some of the most unique Airbnbs our city has to offer.

From cottages to cabin and from mews to apartments, there is currently over 300 properties available for you to rent in Edinburgh through Airbnb. Perfect for a weekend away from reality, a short city break or if you're planning a stay through the yearly Festival Fringe. We've searched through them all to find the most unique, out-of-the-ordinary properties. Word from the wise; if you're booking for the Fringe, be quick as many properties for Edinburgh on Airbnb are already filling up throughout August.

Self-contained Cabin in West End

If you're looking for something compact to sleep, wash and store your belongings, this little cabin in Edinburgh's West End is the perfect place to be. Ideal for those who want to explore the city in all it's glory, eating out and sight-seeing for the duration of their visit but want to save a bit of money and do something a bit different than the usual City Centre hotels.

City Centre Tranquil Historic Haven

If you're looking for a bit of luxury in the heart of the city, this Tranquil Historic Haven is perfection. The large windows give a view of Dean Valley and the spiral staircase makes for a picturesque stay, with all you could need right on your doorstep. With two double bedrooms it's ideal for those travelling in groups or families.

 

Artists Mews House

If you like light and airy interiors, then Artists Mews House is the one for you. It's hard to believe  that this stunning little property is right in the heart of Edinburgh. On a cobbled lane, just 10 minutes from Princes Street, you will also have access to 13 acres of private garden, perfect for a relaxing break, allowing you to escape from the reality whilst keeping close to what the city has to offer.

 

Dovecot Cottage

Perhaps the most unique of the lot, Dovecot Cottage is a converted stone dovecote from the 1600s. Just a few minutes walk from the City Centre and the perfect place for a short one-of-kind stay in Edinburgh. Perfectly equipped with all the basics, set in a tranquil garden area, it's like something from a story book!


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Amy Lorimer
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