Harbour Apartments Edinburgh (Edinburgh)

Harbour Apartments Edinburgh (Edinburgh)
Harbour Apartments Edinburgh

country: United Kingdom, city: Edinburgh (City - Leith)

Harbour Apartments Edinburgh Harbour Apartments EdinburghThe Harbour Apartments are perfect for families, providing a bright, spacious, home away from home environment with plenty of local attractions to keep all members of the family occupied.

Location
Situated in Western Harbour, this brand new Harbour Apartments enjoy unrivalled views over Edinburgh's Firth of Forth. Located in prestigious waterfront development, this Harbour complex is a stunning collection of 79 contemporary apartments at the heart of the city's most dynamic area, Leith waterside. Edinburgh City Centre is just 15 minutes away, served by a fast and reliable bus link, or take advantage of the shuttle bus service. Local attractions include the Royal Yacht Britannia, Ocean Terminal Retail and Cinema Complex.

Rooms
At the Harbour Apartments, you will enjoy dual aspect views in the majority of apartments, which are made even more remarkable by floor to ceiling windows in some apartments. Some of these apartments open on to balconies and terraces.

Restaurant
No information is available at this time.

General
During leisure, you can access the Spa and Sports facilities, which are adjacent to the property with tennis courts, squash courts as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools. The Harbour Apartments also offers private parking spaces for the convenience of its guests.

Note
The awe inspiring Leith re-development project will be completed by 2008.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Internet access
Lounge
Parking facilities
Hairdryer
Iron and ironing board
Kitchen
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Refrigerator
Television

Extra Information:

Address:
Western Harbour Leith
Edinburgh EH6 6PB


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