City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Kings Manor Hotel Best Western owned 3-star hotel with 95 bedrooms. The hotel has a bar, bistro, restaurant, conference suites, and beauty spa.
Krua Thai Cookery School Thai cookery school. 376
Kinneil House - front
Kinneil House Kinneil House dates back to the 15th century and was once a popular home for the Dukes of Hamilton.
Kyloe Restaurant & Grill Kyloe is an old Scots word for Highland beef cattle and this is a gourmet steak restaurant using cuts from pedigree Aberdeen Angus.
Kanpai Sushi The name Kanpai means "Bottoms Up", a familiar toast in Japan.
King's Hall Renovated traditional church building owned by the Community Church since 1985, which is also used as a venue for festivals and events. 73
Kilderkin Formerly called Jenny Ha's, Kilderkin can be found on the Canongate section of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh's Old Town. Outdoor seating area. Over 100 rums. Handmade, stonebaked pizzas. 227
Kirk O'Field Parish Church The Kirk o'Field is best known as the site of the mysterious murder in 1567 of Lord Darnley, Mary Queen of Scots second husband.
Kingsway Guest House Four-star guesthouse in Victorian building in Newington area to the South of Edinburgh city centre.
Kebab Mahal Kebab Mahal has been serving up halal traditional tandoori and curry dishes, takeway kebabs and pizzas into the early hours since 1979.
Kalpna Long-standing popular vegetarian and Indian restaurant not far from the Royal Mile. Caters to vegans too.
Kiwi Bar @ Walkabout Small function room and bar, dubbed the Kiwi Room, at Walkabout in the Omni Leisure Centre at the top of Leith Walk.
King's Theatre, Glasgow Historic theatre (opened 1904) designed by architect Frank Matcham, which hosts many large-scale, populist shows including annual pantomime at Christmas, drama, dance and comedy.
King George V Park
King George V Park Quiet, leafy park in Edinburgh New Town, near Canonmills. Accessed off Eyre Place. Popular with local dog walkers.
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Knockhill Sport Centre and Racing Circuit Scotlands National Racing Circuit is KnockHill near Dunfermline in Fife.
King's Theatre
King's Theatre The King's Theatre was built in 1905 and opened in 1906.