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Edinburgh Waverley Station, Edinburgh | Tourist Information


North Bridge
Edinburgh, United Kingdom EH1 1

03457 11 41 41

Edinburgh Waverley is a busy railway station with rich history still visible on the station's elaborate, domed ceiling. Owned and operated by Network Rail.

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Warrender Apartment
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
34 Spottiswoode Road
Edinburgh, EH9 1BL

01896837170

BEDROOMS The apartment consists of three bedrooms all with ample storage. The master bedroom situated at the front of the property, is a bright room with double bed and period features. The single bedroom is a cosy room well lit with a sky light. To the rear of the property there is the Twin/King bedroom with a view to the castle. OTHER ROOMS There is a welcoming entrance hallway with access to all the rooms. The living room is a spacious room with two large sofas and armchairs. It has beautiful period features such as the south facing bay window and Victorian fire place with open gas fire. It has plenty of board games, books, DVD’s and Freeview TV to keep you entertained. The kitchen and dining/breakfast area is spacious and well equipped with views overlooking Edinburgh Castle. This is an ideal area for family dinners or entertaining. The bathroom is bright with a constant supply of hot water and has a bath with shower overhead, hand basin and toilet. DETAILS OF BUILDING The building has a shared main entrance with intercom leading to the communal Victorian stair well. On the ground floor at the rear of the stair well is the secure entrance door to shared back garden. TRANSPORT LINKS The apartment is 100m from the nearest bus stop. The bus journey is only 10 minutes via the historic Royal Mile to get you to the main Waverley train station and the heart of Edinburgh. There is also a regular bus from the Waverly train station to the airport. LOCAL AREA The Warrender Apartment is part of the Victorian tenements built in the 1900’s near the Meadows and Bruntsfield Links. With its framed views of Edinburgh Castle, café culture and family vibe it is a great location to visit the vibrant city centre and all its nearby historic attractions. Or if you want to just relax, The Meadows and Bruntsfield Links have an excellent kid’s adventure park, Pitch & Put golf course, tennis courts, and a great space to go for a run. In addition, Warrender Swim Centre offers a 25m pool, sauna and fully equipped gym just two minutes around the corner.

Edinburgh Taxi and Private Hire
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
85A Fountainbridge
Edinburgh, EH39PU

01316231624

Foto Tours Edinburgh
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
52 Blackfriars Street
Edinburgh, EH1 1NE

01315582881

Edinburgh Vaults Tour
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
The Royal Mile, Edinburgh
Edinburgh, EH1 1

Free Ghost Tour
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
High Street (Royal Mile)
Edinburgh,

07778828077

Scotline Tours
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
87 High Street, The Royal Mile
Edinburgh, EH1 1

(+44) 0131 557 0162

Scotline Tours invites you to have an unforgettable experience discovering a country full of history, culture and legends. Our luxury air-conditioned coaches will take you through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. You will be accompanied by professional guides with a wide knowledge of the country and its history to make your visit to Scotland memorable. They will bring Scotland's history to life, and ensure that you have a fun filled and memorable day. Experience with us the ultimate day tour to Loch Ness and the Scottish Highlands and other stunning and interesting locations throughout Scotland! The best coaches and the best prices of any tours of their type operating from Edinburgh city centre. Scotline Tours coaches gives our visitors an unrivalled Scottish travel experience, as they are transported in comfort, enjoying the panorama of the best that Scotland has to offer, through the giant touring coach windows.

Scott Monument
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Princes Street
Edinburgh, EH2 2

131-5294068

The Scott Monument is a Victorian Gothic monument to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. It is the largest monument to a writer in the world. It stands in Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh, opposite the Jenners department store on Princes Street and near to Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station, which is named after Scott's Waverley novels.Design and ConceptThe tower is 200ft high, and has a series of viewing platforms reached by a series of narrow spiral staircases giving panoramic views of central Edinburgh and its surroundings. The highest platform is reached by a total of 287 steps. It is built from Binny sandstone quarried near Ecclesmachan in West Lothian.In terms of its location, it is placed on axis with South St David Street, the main street leading off St Andrew Square to Princes Street, and is a focal point within that vista, its scale being large enough to totally screen the Old Town behind. As seen from the south side, Princes Street Gardens, its location appears more random, but it totally dominates the Eastern Section of the gardens, through a combination of its scale and elevated position relative to the sunken gardens.HistoryFollowing Scott's death in 1832, a competition was held to design a monument to him. An unlikely entrant went under the pseudonym "John Morvo", the name of the medieval architect of Melrose Abbey. Morvo was in fact George Meikle Kemp, forty-five-year-old joiner, draftsman, and self-taught architect. Kemp had feared his lack of architectural qualifications and reputation would disqualify him, but his design (similar to an unsuccessful one he had earlier submitted for Glasgow Cathedral) was popular with the competition's judges, and in 1838 Kemp was awarded the contract to construct the monument.

MCGREGOR MOT EDINBURGH
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
5 STEADS PLACE LEITH `
Edinburgh, EH6 5DY

0131 554 3999

MOTS £30.00, SERVICING FROM £60.00, TYRES, EXHAUSTS AND BRAKES. PHONE 0131 554 3999

"Port o leith cabs"
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
26 Academy Street
Edinburgh, eh6 7ef

0131 555 4030

The Hairy Coo - Free Scottish Highlands Tour
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
2 Anderson Place
Edinburgh, EH6 5NP

+44 (0) 131 516 4198

Tour Agency Near Edinburgh Waverley Station

Edinburgh Taxi and Private Hire
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
85A Fountainbridge
Edinburgh, United Kingdom EH39PU

01316231624

Foto Tours Edinburgh
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
52 Blackfriars Street
Edinburgh, United Kingdom EH1 1NE

01315582881

Knights Paranormal Investigation Society
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Royal mile
Edinburgh, United Kingdom eh47 8ju

07842016269

We set this page up too show off our findings when we do our investigations of Edinburgh and Scotland paranormal side. We shall also post ghost stories and ufo. In fact anything to do with the paranormal and even up to witchcraft. This page is also here to open up talks between those wishing to have their say on the paranormal world. Please keep it clean and keep the talks open.

Scotline Tours
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
87 High Street, The Royal Mile
Edinburgh, United Kingdom EH1 1

(+44) 0131 557 0162

Scotline Tours invites you to have an unforgettable experience discovering a country full of history, culture and legends. Our luxury air-conditioned coaches will take you through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. You will be accompanied by professional guides with a wide knowledge of the country and its history to make your visit to Scotland memorable. They will bring Scotland's history to life, and ensure that you have a fun filled and memorable day. Experience with us the ultimate day tour to Loch Ness and the Scottish Highlands and other stunning and interesting locations throughout Scotland! The best coaches and the best prices of any tours of their type operating from Edinburgh city centre. Scotline Tours coaches gives our visitors an unrivalled Scottish travel experience, as they are transported in comfort, enjoying the panorama of the best that Scotland has to offer, through the giant touring coach windows.

Edinburgh Tourist Guide
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
60A Cockburn Street
Edinburgh, United Kingdom EH1 1BS

07788828026

Our experienced, passionate & informed Guides offer interesting, informative, enjoyable & fun tours of the City of Edinburgh. (We also cover Scotland as well!) The tours can be tailored made to fit into YOUR interests, time & budget. Give us a call, text or email us to discuss & organise! Assured of our very best attention!

Scott Monument
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Princes Street
Edinburgh, United Kingdom EH2 2

131-5294068

The Scott Monument is a Victorian Gothic monument to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. It is the largest monument to a writer in the world. It stands in Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh, opposite the Jenners department store on Princes Street and near to Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station, which is named after Scott's Waverley novels.Design and ConceptThe tower is 200ft high, and has a series of viewing platforms reached by a series of narrow spiral staircases giving panoramic views of central Edinburgh and its surroundings. The highest platform is reached by a total of 287 steps. It is built from Binny sandstone quarried near Ecclesmachan in West Lothian.In terms of its location, it is placed on axis with South St David Street, the main street leading off St Andrew Square to Princes Street, and is a focal point within that vista, its scale being large enough to totally screen the Old Town behind. As seen from the south side, Princes Street Gardens, its location appears more random, but it totally dominates the Eastern Section of the gardens, through a combination of its scale and elevated position relative to the sunken gardens.HistoryFollowing Scott's death in 1832, a competition was held to design a monument to him. An unlikely entrant went under the pseudonym "John Morvo", the name of the medieval architect of Melrose Abbey. Morvo was in fact George Meikle Kemp, forty-five-year-old joiner, draftsman, and self-taught architect. Kemp had feared his lack of architectural qualifications and reputation would disqualify him, but his design (similar to an unsuccessful one he had earlier submitted for Glasgow Cathedral) was popular with the competition's judges, and in 1838 Kemp was awarded the contract to construct the monument.

MCGREGOR MOT EDINBURGH
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
5 STEADS PLACE LEITH `
Edinburgh, United Kingdom EH6 5DY

0131 554 3999

MOTS £30.00, SERVICING FROM £60.00, TYRES, EXHAUSTS AND BRAKES. PHONE 0131 554 3999

"Port o leith cabs"
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
26 Academy Street
Edinburgh, United Kingdom eh6 7ef

0131 555 4030