Did you know about Dean Village?

Edinburgh harbours a secret; one few tourists and UK citizens know is there. Almost in the heart of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland lays Dean Village. Dean village is almost undisturbed and offers visitors a wealth of reasons to visit.

Making the effort to go and see and experience Dean Village may seem unjustifiable to you. Not when you take advantage of Edinburgh serviced apartments. Serviced apartments in Edinburgh offer you an affordable accommodation alternative to kipping on someone’s couch. Dean Village is unique in that it is nestled some thirty metres below the rest of Edinburgh.

Visiting the village

Dean village offers visitors a wealth of architecture to admire and take in. It was once a prosperous milling village, also once infamous for its poverty, ruin and decay. Dean village is not a smart and enticing residential area in Edinburgh. Scattered among modern apartment buildings you can find charming red sandstone face brick houses. You can see strong mill buildings and warehouses too.

The variety of architecture is breathtaking and picturesque. Dean Bridge leads to the beautiful Holy Trinity Church. This church is a favourite backdrop for visitors to take pictures of especially the village. Every part of Dean Village offers visitors something beautiful and worthwhile seeing.

The best part is that you can spend a good couple of days exploring every inch of Dean Village at your leisure, thanks to affordable and comfy Edinburgh serviced apartments. You will have a comfortable and budget friendly place to rest and reminisce about the day’s exploring in Dean Village.