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This narrow, six-story tenement, next to the Assembly Hall, is a survivor from the 17th century. Full review →
Run by the National Trust for Scotland, which rescued the property from demolition in the 1930s, this 17th-century merchant's house is decorated in period-style furnishings. Full review →
It contains fine painted ceilings, walls and beams, and some splendid furniture. Full review →
This narrow six-floored house typifies 17th C Edinburgh with its height. Full review →
It won’t take you long to get round, but it’s a fascinating recreation of the cramped conditions, even for the wealthy, in 17th-century Edinburgh. Full review →
The most genteel accommodation 17th century Edinburgh could provide. Full review →