With a garden and pizza bar to relax in with friends, Chancellors Court Edinburgh provides private bathroom facilities in every guestroom and is conveniently located within the University of Edinburgh.
Chancellors Court Edinburgh is conveniently located within the University of Edinburgh in the city centre. The University of Edinburgh has a diverse cosmopolitan student population with 120 nationalities represented amongst the 20,000 students, 3600 of which come from an international background. Chancellors Court Edinburgh is available during the summer - visit during August and you could enjoy comedy shows at the annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In 2005 there were 1799 shows in 333 venues.
Edinburgh Chancellors Court has a private garden where you can relax with fellow guests and enjoy the sunshine. Housed in a modern building, there is Playstation and TV access as well as laundry facilities and shared kitchen facilities at this budget accommodation. All of the 43 single guestrooms and 483 doubles contain private bathroom facilities and fresh towels and bed linen are provided. Breakfast is available and you can also enjoy a meal in the Pizza Bar at Edinburgh Chancellors Court.
You will be just steps from the teaching rooms of the University of Edinburgh when you stay at Edinburgh Chancellors Court. You will also be able to travel to colleges, such as Edinburgh School of Art, and to language schools like Regent Edinburgh and Hawthorn Edinburgh.
Edinburgh's main station, Waverley, is the nearest station to Chancellors Court Edinburgh, just one mile away. Rail travel to other Scottish cities is easy and quick, or you could combine your study stay in Scotland with a few nights in England. Durham is an hour and three quarters away, Manchester is three and a half hours away and London is four and a half hours away by train.
Chancellors Court Edinburgh is ideally located near many of the city's most
popular attractions, including Edinburgh Castle and Princes Street. The Royal
Mile is also nearby, as are a range of shops, pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants.
There are plenty of festival shows on during the summer months, so whether
you're into comedy, opera or dance, you're bound to find a great performance to
Please note: due to a smoking ban on all public areas in Scotland, all areas of this accommodation are non-smoking.
Non-Smoking Rooms on Request
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