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Jeanette Sendler Millinery Studio
Upper Basement
69 Dublin Street

Map fo Studio location
basement seen though railings
Accommodation Please click on the map for a larger view
Arriving by Rail: (700m to studio)


A taxi (recommended if you have luggage) will bring you to 69 Dublin St for about £5.00. Ask the driver for the bottom of Dublin Street.

(Rank under walkway)



sign on wall reading 'Duke of Edinburgh Award'
office is above the studio
Inclinded driveway into Waverley Station from 'Waverley Bridge
Or the gentler option.... turn...
Raised walkway at Waverley Railway Station, Edinburgh
Though only ½ mile away, you could well be out of breath after climbing the 90 odd 'Waverley Steps' to Princes Street (which continue from the elevated walkway pictured above). At the top go left & across Princes St & take next right & you'll be in St Andrews Square. It's a straight line to Dublin Street past the bus station.
Steps up to raised walkway with red iron bannisterswide flight of steps

Right at the top of this drive.
Right at Princes St.
1st left into St Andrew Sq.
Keep on going past the bus station to Dublin St

 Entrance to Bus Station Arriving by Bus: 300m to studio

On leaving the bus Station onto St Andrews Square, turn right down the hill. Cross Queen Street onto Dublin Street. 69 Dublin Street is at the far end on the right.


Make sure you leave the station by the St Andrews Square exit....

.....so go right on entering the station.

Way Out sign out side Coffee Shop

By Car:

Follow signs for City Centre.

You are aiming to get to Queen Street, (a mile long street parallel to & north of George Street & Princes Street respectively in the heart of Edinburgh. As you approach the centre from the West, most routes will natually guide you Queen Street.

  Half way along - at traffic lights/cross road turn North onto Queen Street Gardens East (Hanover Street is in the opposite direction)  
  1st Left (lights) onto Abercromby Place  
  Right at the end onto Dublin Street  
  No 69 is at the bottom on the right & is the basement beneath the Duke of Edinburgh Award offices. see larger map here

Parking is surprisingly easy. During weekends it’s free & unrestricted around Drummond Place at the bottom of Dublin Street. If you’re really lucky there are 4 bays right opposite the studio on Dublin Street. There are a few more 'end on' spaces further up the street.

During the week Pay parking is restricted to 4 hours

NB. Those right outside the studio are for Permit Holders only & traffic wardens are 24hrs & merciless. There's also street pay parking at the top of Dublin Street too but this is at a higher rate & restricted to only 2 hrs.

Parking meter Close-up Parking meter Tariff Close-up. 25p per 15mins. Max 4 hrs Mon-Fri 8.30 - 5.30
Meter on Drummond Place
Feb 2006

Crescent of a street with plenty of parking spaces 'Drummond Place'

Plenty of weekend parking on Drummond Place


Coming during the week??

Sign into the multi-story car-park.
Close up of multi-story car-park tariff.  >2hrs £1.20. >4hrs £3.10. > 7hrs £8.80.  24hrs £16.00
St James Feb 2006 prices

Unrestricted Pay parking is best near John Lewis in one of the 2 multi-storys oposite each-other on Leith Street. (see map). One at each end of the 'Snake Bridge'.

Snake Bridge, Lieth Street Close up of multi-story car-park tariff.  >2hrs £2.20. >4hrs £4.80. > 7hrs £8.40.  24hrs £13.90
Omni Carpark Tariff (Feb2006)





The closest completely unrestricted parking is at Annadale Street or East Clermont Street (see map) but you'll be lucky to find a space....

The easiest unrestricted parking is around the 'West Gate' of the Royal Botanic Garden. Just stay on Broughton Street & follow it down (north) for a mile or so. It becomes Inverleith Row at the bridge over the Water of Leith (Canonmills). Turn left after 250 yds onto Inverleith Ter.The far end is Arboretum Place (&the West Gate). If you choose to park here... there's a lovely walk along the Water of Lieth (starting 50yds down from where Arboretum Av hits Inverleith Terrace) back to Canonmills... From Canonmills Junction, just keep going up! Walk up Canon St (behind the petrol Station) & just keep going up - right though King George V park, , up Scotland St, up again & round the corner of Drummond Place is Dublin Street. 69 is at the bottom on the left.


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