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Four of us (two couples) stayed at the 28A Northumberland St. Apartment in May of last year, and it was the best place we stayed on our whole 2 week trip across England, Scotland and Ireland.
We were met at the aparment by Tessa, who...More
We spent 18 days between various places in Scotland and Ireland in January and Sibbet House was by far our favorite place! We stayed in the self-catering apartment (#2) and it was wonderful, nicer and bigger than our house. We regret not spending more time...More
Sibbet House is Old World elegance and grace with no pretenses. The hosts and staff were warm and accommodating and took great pride in the management of this lovely Georgian town house. Breakfast was served in a beautiful dining room with mahogany furniture and a...More
We actually stayed at 28a Northumberland apartment #1 as shown on the website. Fantastic location, about a 5 min walk from Princess st. Very quiet street, and nearby Sainsbury grocery store, plus a wine/beer store right across the street. Our flat could fit 5 people...More
US$90 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sibbet House Edinburgh, Scotland
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Suits and shopping bags rule the streets of New Town, until after dark when strappy dresses come out to play. This is the city’s central business district with its smaller offices, clothes boutiques, and many of the city’s flashiest restaurants and ritziest clubs. The architecture along roads like George Street helps give it a swank and formal feel: it’s a planned Georgian development of regal townhouses, geometric
squares, and self-important statues. But it’s also a very wanderable neighbourhood, with a healthy bustle at almost any time of day and fine people-watching in places like St Andrew's Square which fills with picnickers around lunch. You’ll also find a series of cheerful basement bistros on Hanover Street, while dark Rose Street has something of the feel of an undiscovered back alley and is chock-full of characterful pubs and small independent shops.