In Edinburgh, you can't move for history, from tales of kings and queens and delightfully cobbled corners to all the ghosts.
And on Queen Street? You can get a taste for the city's neoclassical and Georgian architecture, with buildings that scale multiple floors. Hidden amongst all that? A pretty great place to lay your head too.
Tucked away in Edinburgh New Town (A UNESCO area) Native is modern but relaxed, and rooms are large, meaning that after a few drams, a day of tartan shopping and a tour of the city's most creepy spots, it was a perfect closer to our time in Scotland.
Boasting fully serviced apartments, from studios to one-bedroom spaces, our room was ample in size, with a living room to chill out in, complete with fully functioning kitchen and clean as a whistle bathroom.
Dining's easy too, with brekkie in a bag delivered to your room with juice and fruits, or wine, canned cocktails and small plates in the emerald green space downstairs.
When we head back? I know we'll be re-booking Native.