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AirBnB: Edinburgh’s most expensive stays

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We've found some of Edinburgh's boujee-ist and most expensive weekend AirBnB getaways

1) CRANSTOUN RIDDEL - £3,864 / night

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Enjoy the entire property with this booking, which is suitable for 12 guests, 6 bedrooms, 9 beds and 3 bathrooms.

Guests can enjoy wondering the 26 acres the dower house is built upon.

The property is located in The Scottish Lowlands and is a short journey away from the capital.

Nearby attractions include Muirfield Golf Course and the price also includes luxury private chauffeur driven travel anywhere within The Lothians.

2) Green Craig - £3,440 / night

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This property dates back to the 1920’s and is home to some beautiful coastal views. It has a “tranquil ambience but is close to transport links to Edinburgh and the north or south and there is a train station in nearby Longniddry.”

The hosts say “Green Craig is set in 50 acres of gardens and grounds which includes a rough area which leads down to the rocky foreshore.”

The property can host 12 guests, with 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Guests who are feeling particularly flush can also go for the full package, and have all of their meals catered while they stay.

3) Georgian Flat - £800 / night

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This Georgian Flat in Edinburgh’s iconic old town can hold upto 8 guests, in 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

Their luxury lounge is decorated with irreverent furniture, scatter cushions and an array of chandeliers.

Over 200 guests at the property say it’s incredible, and worth every penny.

This AirBnB comes with superfast wifi allowing guests to work whenever they arrive, or stream Netflix films for a movie night.

The flat is equipped with; a coffee machine, self check-in keypad, bathroom essentials, washing machine and dishwasher.

Which would you stay in? Comment Below!

Written by: George Icke - Reporter

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