Named after the aristocratic Sempill family who purchased this property in 1743 as their grand Edinburgh residence. Now in the Witchery's trademark style, it is full of interesting antiques, objects and fantastically indulgent finishes such a velvet-upholstered bedroom and leather panelled walls.
The Sempill Suite has a similar layout to the Guard Room and Armoury suites, with a dining hall, galley kitchen, sitting room, and bathroom with a large bedroom at the rear. It has a ground floor door and just four steps to reach the rooms.
The décor includes a gothic panelled hall with Paisley-lined walls, a sitting room panelled with antique leather and an oak four-poster bed in the romantically dark and dramatic red bedroom hung with masses of antique velvet.
The Sempill costs from £335 per night inclusive of tax, breakfast hamper for two served in your suite or a la carte served in the original Witchery dining room, newspaper, mineral water and a bottle of Champagne in your suite on arrival.