Liberton Tower with its breathtaking panoramic views of Edinburgh is situated just 2.5 miles from the city centre. The Tower has been painstakingly restored to a high modern standard whilst still maintaining the historic, rustic feel of a 15th-century castle. It comprises two floors and a cellar.
The Tower is accessed from an outer wooden staircase which occupies the position of the original drawbridge. This leads directly into the Great Hall living/dining room area on the first floor which is furnished in a lavish style with wall hangings and oak furniture. A log fire and under-floor heating create an inviting atmosphere in this spectacular room, with oak beams, refectory table, tapestry wall hangings, rugs on the flagstone floor.
From this room, a descending stone staircase leads to the kitchen which has a vaulted ceiling with an original iron grail. A spacious bathroom (with bath and over-bath shower) is also found on the same level.
Another staircase from the Great Hall leads to the master bedroom with a king-sized four-poster bed.
The twin bedroom has two single beds and a small WC. There is a sink in the room too. From this bedroom a ladder provides access to the stone-parapet with splendid views of Edinburgh as well as Arthur's Seat and the Salisbury Crags.
Please note: Each of the bedrooms are accessed by very steep staircases (one spiral).