Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh
Discover this luxurious 160 year old cottage hidden away down its own private lane just a stone's throw from the vibrant centre of Edinburgh
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
This elegant cottage is one of Scotland’s best kept secrets. Nestled down a private leafy lane, this gorgeous property has style and tranquility in abundance. The interiors would look right at home in a magazine - seamlessly combining traditional styling with a high-end finish. And with plenty of nods to its Scottish roots, from tartan flourishes to its very own library of Scottish books, you’ll be feeling like a local in no time. Situated in the UNESCO World Heritage City of Edinburgh, there’s plenty to explore - from its famous castle, art galleries and shopping to some of the finest dining available in Scotland.
Head inside this beautiful cottage to discover a sunny south facing lounge. With a cosy fire, pretty tartan textiles and sumptuous seating, this is a great place to immerse yourself in some total relaxation. There’s lots to keep you entertained, from a 40” Smart 4K TV with Freeview, a Blu-ray DVD and Netflix, to board games and a well-stocked library with plenty of Scottish fiction.
The large traditional kitchen is bursting with style, from its characterful units to the gorgeously vibrant pops of pink. It’s not lacking in features either with a range, double oven, Nespresso coffee machine - and some handy cookery books to help inspire you. And the polished granite worktop and Belfast sink keep the finish suitably high-end.
The large dining area is situated next to a very pretty - and very large - window. Giving you fabulous views out over the garden with your morning tea or coffee.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms - one double and one twin (that can be made up as a superking if requested). The rooms are both wonderfully elegant with plush Egyptian cotton linen, gloriously muted colour schemes and rich textiles. And with a choice of firm or soft pillows, it’s obvious that the owners really go the extra mile.
The bathroom is sublime with classic wood panelling, a high-spec rain shower and Scottish Fine Soap toiletries. And plenty of delightfully fluffy towels are provided for your stay.
Outside there is a pretty garden fringed by a beautiful stone wall along one side. With a lovely seating area, it’s the ideal place to sit and breathe in the serenity.
With a bursting festival line-up throughout the year, Edinburgh Castle and the historic architecture of the Old and New towns to be explored, alongside art galleries, museums, theatres and shopping - there's more than enough to keep you busy. And for the foodies out there Edinburgh has loads to offer, from street food markets to fine dining (with no less than four Michelin star restaurants to be found here).
Edinburgh Airport 15 minutes by car or taxi
Rates are for up to four adults and one infant (under two years), and vary according to the time of year
Glenlockhart Cottage offers short breaks of two days or more throughout the year, and weekly rentals
Click on the "Book Online Now" button to visit their website and you'll be able to view detailed prices before you book. Enter your arrival date (any day of the week) and length of stay, and the price will be calculated for you
From Previous Guests
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We stayed in Glenlockhart Cottage for 4 nights. It really is the most fabulous place to stay and the hosts - Cindy and Paul - are extremely helpful and welcoming but do not intrude in any way. The property is absolutely gorgeous and is furnished with care and attention making it feel like a real home from home rather than a rental property. The fixtures, fittings, bedding and towels are all high quality. The kitchen is spacious, beautifully fitted and every single thing you need (and didn't know you needed) are there. A particular bonus is the lovely garden. There is plenty of parking and the property is located down a no-through lane; it is easy to access and totally safe. The city centre bus stop is a 2 min walk as is the bus route to the Royal yacht Britannia; so there is no need to drive. You can walk to a local shop in about 20 minutes in Morningside, which is a very well served suburb of Edinburgh and just 20 minutes from the centre by bus. We would love to stay here again and I am finding it hard to let others know about this lovely cottage. Fantastic.
Stayed June 2021
We have just got back after a short break at Glenlockhart Cottage which was just superb, the cottage itself is perfect, every thing has been thought of by the perfect hosts Cindy and Paul. The cottage is pristine and positioning brilliantly to enjoy the quiet out of town position but equally accessible within short period to Edinburgh city centre. Or as we did ventured out to the coast at North Bewick and beyond We cannot wait to return again which is not some thing we say too often, but it really is somewhere we feel is totally worthy of a return trip!
Stayed May 2021
Glenlockhart Cottage is our new happy place! We loved being there in the summer, when the sun filled garden was so enticing it was hard to tear ourselves away and explore Edinburgh. You would never guess the city centre is so close to this tranquil corner. We've booked another week in the winter and are hoping for snow, but whatever the weather we know Glenlockhart will be warm and cosy - like home, but better. Can't wait to come back!
Stayed August 2020
Wonderful cottage. Tastefully renovated, high quality finishes. Quiet place with nice garden while Morningside, Bruntsfield and city centre easily accessible by bus. Cottage very well equipped and very clean. Owners do understand what hospitality is about; they are very welcoming and helpful. The small well-composed Scottish library is a nice feature that we really enjoyed! Would definitely book again.
Stayed August 2019
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