Student Castle is a perfect place for students living in Edinburgh; the wonderful studios are a 16-minute walk away from Edinburgh University and Marchmont Campus of Edinburgh Napier University. Early morning classes won't be a problem for you if you stay at Student Castle Edinburgh.
Hire a bike whenever you wish to get out and explore the city from the secured storage bike. Holyrood Park is in your doorstep, go and climb Arthur's Seat with your friends for an incredible city view! Explore Royal Mile's narrow alleys and closes and walk up to Edinburgh Castle. Head back down to the Grassmarket for an incredible pizza at Mamma's and look out for medieval ghost at the Last Drop with a pint in your hand.
When you need a quiet moment, get cosy in your private studio and read your notes through at your spacious study desk. Your bright and light studio is a perfect spot for studying and you will have plenty of storage spaces and shelving unit to keep yourself organised, when studying comes. Trying to save some money? Don't worry, the super-fast broadband and all the utility bills are all included in your rent.
When you've finished with your course work, get to the communal area to catch up with your friends and watch your favourite TV shows lying on the couch.
Pop into the nearby supermarket to stock up all the groceries and cook your tea in your own well-equipped kitchen. If you don't feel like cooking, Noor Indian Takeaway is just a minute walk away from your apartment, and The Salisbury Arms Pub also serve some delicious food.
The on-site management team is always there for you if you need any help. There is also total peace of mind with a secure door entry system and 24 hour CCTV. Please feel free to check out our useful City Guide and get in touch to ask any questions about the property or area!
Edinburgh is a city that begs to be explored. From the vaults and wynds (narrow lanes) that riddle the Old Town to the urban villages of Stockbridge and Cramond, it's filled with quirky, come-hither nooks that tempt you to walk just a little bit further. And every corner turned reveals sudden views and unexpected vistas – green sunlit hills, a glimpse of rust-red crags, a blue flash of distant sea.
But there's more to Edinburgh than sightseeing – there are top shops, world-class restaurants and a bacchanalia of bars to enjoy. This is a city of pub crawls and impromptu music sessions, mad-for-it clubbing and all-night parties, overindulgence and wandering home through cobbled streets at dawn.
All these superlatives come together at festival time in August, when it seems as if half the world descends on Edinburgh for one enormous party. We've put together a further useful guide for you below:
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