With 7 bedrooms, 6 with a double bed, also additional beds sleeps 20 guests
- English, French
About peter henderson
My daughter and I purchased this lovely property for our use as we liked it and I was retiring. My daughter, her children and I have lived there, and it is likely she will stay there again in the future. We have not made many changes. My daughter is thinking about some sympathetic changes for the future.
peter henderson purchased this Townhouse in 2007
Why peter henderson chose Bonnington
It is a whole house built in 1860 and is fairly original. It has a very nice feel to it and is built on the curve with front and back gardens. The outlook to Broughton St Mary's, a very lovely church, and Bellevue Crescent gardens is very comforting. I have known the area for more than 60 years as in 1956 I moved with my parents, my brothers and sisters to a flat that we still have nearby in Scotland Street. I live a few minutes away so usually available at short notice.
What makes this Townhouse unique
We love the architecture, the location, the size and the flexibility of the house. It feels very private , yet you can step out of the front gate and be in the centre in a few minutes.
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
Large Group stay
Recently travelled through Edinburgh with a group of 7 adults and 1 child.
House is fantastic with so much space, bathrooms on each level and in a fantastic convenient location.
Peter was lovely to deal with from the start of the booking process right through until we arrived.
Would highly recommend to anyone with a large group.
Peter is an amazing host, he met us at his rental and gave us a tour. His home is clean and spacious, full of history and loads of charm. It is in a perfect location to just get our on foot and take in Edinburgh. We really enjoyed our stay!
Our spacious,complete mid-terraced townhouse spread over three is at the east end of the Georgian New Town , which along with the Oldtown is designated a World Heritage Site so just walking around is and experience allowing you to enjoy the architecture and scale of the 7,000 houses and flats built between 1760 - 1840.
Taking a left out of our gate along Bellevue leads up Broughton Street, full of cafes, bars and restaurants, to Leith Street with the Omni Centre mall with cinemas, restaurants and bars facing The Roman Catholic St Mary's Cathedral, then across the east end of Princes Street the main street, then along The Bridges which crosses over The Royal Mile and Oldtown, which runs from Edinburgh Castle down to Holyrood Palace, the Queen’s Edinburgh residence and The Scottish Parliament. The Royal Mile is also a leisurely half hour walk, or an easy ride in the number 8 bus from near our house.
The tourist office, train station and bus station are all within a few minutes of east Princes Street so a 15 to twenty-minute walk.