No.1 Apartments

Welcome to Scotland’s capital city, a melting pot of rich heritage and history, a thriving arts scene, and one of the UK’s top shopping and leisure destinations. You’ll never be short of things to do in Edinburgh, with its beautiful, cobbled streets, famous landmarks and your choice of quirky bars and restaurants. Make our apartments at George IV Bridge and New Town your base to explore the famous Edinburgh Castle, where you can walk in the footsteps of Kings and Queens throughout the ages. Or why not take a trip down the colourful Victoria Street for the perfect Instagrammable photos, and shop till you drop at the brand-new St James Quarter?

Take A Look About

Check out some of our highlights below, which are all just a stones-throw away from our fully-serviced and ideally located apartments. 

Edinbrugh new town street


When only great pizza will do, take a 5 minute wander to Civerinos Slice, located on Forrest Rd EH1 2QP, a hip and happening pizza place serving full pies or by the slice.

Arthur's Seat

Enjoy the great outdoors of the capital with a trip to Arthur’s Seat. The tallest of the Seven Hills on which Edinburgh was founded, the hill is popular with visitors due to the relatively easy walk to the top. Experience breath-taking views of the city whilst filling your lungs with that famous Scottish air!

Scotsman Picturehouse

With just 48 seats, this truly remarkable place can be found tucked away deep beneath Edinburgh's famous Scotsman Hotel which straddles the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh, and has been carefully restored to offer a luxe take on the age old joy of a night at the Picture house.

Edinburgh Castle

Who can really say they’ve visited Edinburgh without heading to this historic fortress? The volcanic Castle Rock that it sits upon is estimated to have formed some 350 million years ago. The impressive building has played host to many a royal resident, as well as being a prison and an army garrison. A must see for all!

Biddy Mulligans

We’ve got a great motto… when all else fails, head to a good Irish Bar! Biddy Mulligans in the historic Grassmarket is one of the most famous Irish Pubs in the UK, and with good reason. With live music every evening and a rip roaring atmosphere for sports of almost any kind, it’s a great place to let your hair down and have some fun.

Ghillie Dhu

It doesn’t get more Scottish than Ghillie Dhu, an impressive venue housed within a former Church in the West End of the city. Their Burly Ceilidh Club happens every Friday & Saturday from 7pm, where you can enjoy three courses and a live ceilidh band for £35 per person.

Welcome to No.1 Apartments, a collection of high specification serviced apartments in some of Scotland’s favourite spots.

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