Holiday Accommodation Edinburgh

Holiday Accommodation Edinburgh

Edinburgh in the winter is a site to behold; an actual winter wonderland. With the fabulous Christmas market, ice-skating rink, beautiful walks up the snowy crags and Calton hill, its little wonder that tourists from across the world flock to see the Christmas lights in Edinburgh.

 

If you’re thinking of a holiday in Edinburgh over the festive period, the best advice is to book fast. Edinburgh is one of the top destinations in the world to celebrate New Year’s Eve so everything, from transport to holiday accommodation books up fast.

 

If you’re struggling to find holiday accommodation in Edinburgh, try thinking outside the box. We’re not advising slumming it on the streets – even we realise it’s a little bit too cold for that – but there’s nothing wrong with a hostel if you’re with a group of friends and happy to rough it.

 

Alternatively, Edinburgh has some wonderful holiday apartments, that can be rented for two nights to two months, and they provide the perfect place to relax when you’re not busy exploring the city’s streets and shops. With the space for to sleep anywhere from two to eight people, they’re also a great idea if you’re travelling with a big group of friends and don’t want to pay for multiple rooms in a hotel; with the apartments you pay a lump sum for it as a whole, regardless of how many people you fill it with. This works out as a fantastic deal when travelling with friends – and it’s a little more spacious and luxurious than a hostel.

 

Holiday apartments will also provide a complimentary breakfast on the first day; so you don’t need to worry about finding food as soon as you arrive. With plenty of shops and greengrocers to choose from, they will even do the food shop for you, so all you have to do is decide what you want to eat that night.

My name is Xavi Smith and I love to write about the city of Edinburgh and Scotland. If you are also interested in tips about Edinburgh accommodation or Edinburgh apartments , don’t hesitate to get in contact.