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Sugarhouse Close

Edinburgh
In Edinburgh’s Old Town with views of Arthur’s Seat, Sugarhouse Close is a restored brewery close to the University of Edinburgh. Our common room is a unique space, with glass walls and ceilings.
41 Holyrood Road, EH8 8FF
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We know your plans may change, so all bookings come with a seven day cooling off period. Also, if you don’t get a visa or expected grades after that date, you can cancel your booking for free. T&Cs apply.

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High-speed Wi-Fi, contents insurance, electricity, heating & water – all in your rent payment. And with a fixed rent for your whole stay, you don't have to worry about rising energy costs or changing your budget.

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Property features

Set in the heart of historic Old Town, with spectacular views of Arthur’s Seat, Sugarhouse Close is a beautifully-restored 19th century brewery that’s just 15 minutes from the University of Edinburgh.

There are 300 modern rooms here at Sugarhouse Close, some of which offer an incredible view of Salisbury Crags and Holyrood Park. Choose an en-suite if you’d like to share a kitchen and lounge with others, or opt for a studio if you’d rather live independently.

The common room has been designed to make the most of these beautiful buildings, with glass walls and ceilings that allow you to fully appreciate your surroundings. So whether you’re having a game of pool or ping pong, or just watching the TV, you can gaze out at this slice of Edinburgh history you call home. And if natural beauty is more your thing, take a seat in the courtyard for an uninterrupted view of Arthur’s Seat.

Living in this city centre location means the best of this wonderful city is within walking distance. You’re right next to Holyrood Abbey and the Scottish Parliament Building, and there are heaps of other cultural-historical landmarks nearby. Oh, and there’s a Tesco Express next door. What more could you ask for?