About Duddingston Village

"Nestling under the southeastern slopes of Arthur's Seat, the picturesque village of Duddingston is one of the oldest parts of the city, dating from the 12th century, though all that remains of that era are parts of the parish church. At the western end of the village stands an 18th-century pub, the Sheep Heid, and at the eastern end is Prince Charlie's Cottage, where the Young Pretender held a council of war before the Battle of Prestonpans in 174." - Lonely Planet

Close to Bingham, an area populated with schools and children's play areas, Duddingston Village is within perfect distance of every ammenitie as well as the bright lights of the city centre.

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