Student Castle, Edinburgh


Situated right in the heart of this historic city; famous for its 12th Century castle and beautiful cathedrals. We’re moments away from the Universities and the city’s best bars, cafes and restaurants. Our rooms have been lovingly designed to help you make the most of your time at university. We offer a variety of en-suite studio rooms with plenty of storage and space for you to relax or study. Key Features • 100mbps superfast internet and wifi throughout • Cycle storage – We’ve plenty of storage racks to keep your bikes safe and sound • 24/7 security – security round the clock • Room options – A range of different studio rooms complete with private kitchen/living area and en-suite bathrooms. • Free gym, open 24/7 • Free bike hire • Common area with Sky TV • Study room


Prices start from £296 per week. 46-51 week tenancies available. Double rates available for a small additional fee. Rents are inclusive of all utility bills, personal contents insurance, 100mbps superfast broadband and wifi. For more details on our accommodation please visit: Edinburgh Fringe Festival: Located in the lively area of Causewayside, Student Castle Edinburgh is perfectly located for those exploring all that the Edinburgh Fringe Festival has to offer. Our modern studios include your own double bed, en-suite and private kitchen area, plus full use of our communal common area with Sky Tv, a gym and much more. Student Castle is ideal for individuals, couples or large groups. If you are interested in booking a room over the fringe period please visit our website (click on the short stay tab) or email our Edinburgh scheme directly for fringe prices.

Amenities (10)

  • Wifi
  • Widescreen TV
  • Washer dryer
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Onsite maintenance
  • Bike storage
  • Laundry room
  • Car parking
  • Games room
  • CCTV security
  • Secure door entry
  • Vending machine
  • Wheelchair access


199 Causewayside, City Centre, Edinburgh, EH9 1PH

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