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Two University of Edinburgh female students. Looking for someone to take a large single bedroom in central Edinburgh - just a little off Princes Street. Large living room, one bat...
Double Room to rent in main door flat on two levels. Within walking distance of City Centre Excellent bus service Close to local amenities Shared kitchen and bathroom ...
Double room to let ready to move into , I require a single male non smoker , quite , the flat is non party all bills included in the rent ...
Double room, with period fireplace, separate bathroom/shower. Open/spacious living room/kitchen area and Free Parking. I'm a 30 year old, (F) professional from Edinburgh, I h...
high end beautiful flat ready for you ! great social life opportunities as well as great links to work.....15mins walk from Princes street. I am currently looking for someone only...
Room in Holyrood South student accommodation. The flat has three other rooms, two bathrooms, shared kitchen and living room. Electricity, internet etc. included. Great view to the ...
Hi folk My name is Keefer I'm looking for a new flat mate as of the 1st of march. This will be a minimum of a 6 month contract. It is a double room and a fairly good size. ...
New Edinburgh Flatmate
frank - 34
as I'm moving to edinburgh the 1. Of april im looking for a room available really fast. Im Easy going guy from Denmark that are moving to scotland to wo.. ...
Francesco - 28
Hi Guys!! I'm a 28 years old talian professional guy how is looking for a double room to rent (at least 6 months from 1 April). I'm clean, tidy, easy going and i like sport, cooki...
Alex - 31
Hiya there!! My name is Alex, I am a Spanish guy who used to live almost 3 years in Edinburgh since 2011 until 2013,when I decided to travel through South America in 2014 so tha...
Brendan - 25
Arrived in Edinburgh 6 months ago, working as Swim Teacher with Swim Nature. Hoping to find some other professionals for a nice easy going flat!...
Hauke - 27
I'm a 27 years old guy from Germany who's looking for a room in a shared flat for two months (May - June). I'm studying sociology in the 7th semester at the university of Bremen (G...
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Rooms to rent in Edinburgh
Scotland’s second biggest city is also the country’s capital and the seat of the Scottish parliament. Edinburgh has a thriving economy which revolves around banking, financial services, education and tourism. Aside from the thousands of listed buildings that have made Edinburgh a UNESCO World Heritage site, people from the four corners of the globe also visit Edinburgh for its culture. The city has been made famous around the world for its many festivals which include: the Edinburgh Fringe, Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh Military Tattoo and the Edinburgh International Book Festival. It’s this combination that resulted in Edinburgh being voted ‘the UK’s most desirable city’ in a 2009 YouGov poll.
Edinburgh is well served by road and rail links to the rest of Scotland and England, while transportation within this relatively small city is primarily provided via multiple bus services which cover the city centre and all adjacent suburbs. The construction of a tram service started in 2008, but after a series of delays and cost increases, it won’t be fully operational until 2014.
With 4 universities attracting over 100,000 students, Edinburgh is unique in that students outnumber professionals looking for flatshares. The large student population tend to converge on specific areas, so finding student accommodation in Newington, Marchmont and Leith is easy with our EasyRoommate search tools. Professionals looking for a flatshare prefer slightly quieter, more family-centred areas such as Stockbridge, Inverleith, Murrayfield, Merchiston, or Morningside.
The facts and figures
- Average monthly room rental: £495
- Average time to find a room: 33 days
- Average time to let a room: 33 days
- Professionals renting rooms: 48%
- Students renting rooms: 52%