A fantastic opportunity to stay in an iconic building nestled in the Dean Village in central Edinburgh. Well Court Hall was completed in 1886, and was commissioned by the then owner of the Scotsman Newspaper. The property has recently been converted into a residential apartment, with breathtaking results.
The iconic clock tower has been converted into master en-suite with a ceiling height of 8 meters. The mezzanine level, which was once the board room now houses the master bedroom, which is encased in a glazed box overlooking the main vaulted hall. Accommodation; the lower level of the main hall offers the following: Kitchen with integrated appliances including wine cooler and breakfast bar. Open plan living area, dining table with seating for 8, snug and office area. The main hall features a refurbished fireplace with stain glass windows surrounding the building. Looking out from the main hall, the apartment enjoys views across the Water of Leith.
The master bedroom is found on the mezzanine, and features privacy screens round the glass walls as well as en-suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms both en-suite bathrooms. From the apartment you can easily walk to the city centre to enjoy all that Edinburgh has too offer, as well as being able to walk along the water of Leith through the city.