City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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The Bonham Hotel - Restaurant and Consulting Room Within a few months of opening in 1998,  the Bonham, Edinburgh was already noticed by discerning world travellers, not least Conde Nast Traveller magazine who deemed it one of 21 Coolest hotel
The Bothy - Restaurant and Drinkery As part of the heritage Murrayfield Hotel, the smart new Bothy Restaurant and Drinkery Bar has a cool, contemporary design - leather booth seats, artwork, industrial stone & steel décor.
Brunton theatre from outside
The Brunton The Brunton, aka the Brunton Theatre, is just off the city bypass, 20 minutes journey from the city centre. 191
The Canons' Gait Bistro bar, with food, a good range of real ales, occasional live music. The pub is in the Canongate area of the Royal Mile, just up from Holyrood. 78
The Caves Recently discovered, century-old vaults in the heart of Edinburgh Old Town that have been restored and developed as a rented venue for a
The Cellar Door Restaurant Provides some of local and continental meals - lunch, high tea, dinner - at reasonable prices.
The Clay Oven The Clay Oven is based in Morningside, Edinburgh, and is part of an award winning group of Indian restaurants.
The Conan Doyle A short stroll from Picardy Place, Cathedral Lane and Queens Street, The Conan Doyle is a traditional pub with an eclectic range of real ales and pub food.
The Conifers Guesthouse Affordable family run guest house in Pilrig area with 5 rooms, at the boundary between Edinburgh and Leith. A short walk from Edinburgh Playhouse.
The Constitution Late night bar, grill and venue offers food and drink selections. Free wifi. Food served daily from 11am until 9pm. Children welcome when dining until 8pm.
The Corstorphine Heritage Centre The Corstorphine Heritage Centre is housed in the distinctive white, 17th Century Dower House. It stands in the green setting of St Margaret's Park, just off Corstorphine High Street.
The Crags Bar The Crags bar is now the The Mockingbird bar. Local sports bar with beer garden, in area trafficked heavily by students and tourists.
The Devil's Advocate Hidden away in the Medieval maze of ancient cobbled alleyways off the Royal Mile, you’ll find this classy Whisky Bar and Bistro half way down Advocate’s Close.
The Dogs David Ramsden's original no frills restaurant, named after his canine friends, serving classic, Scottish and English fare.
The Dome Grandiose Georgian bar and restaurant that opened in 1996 in a former bank building on George Street. 287
Blue Room at the Dunstane
The Dunstane Dunstane House Hotel is located minutes from Princes Street and Edinburgh city centre. It is also convenient for Murrayfield Stadium and Edinburgh Airport.
The Edinburgh Residence The Edinburgh Residence is located in the West End, walking distance to the city's famous historical buildings and major attractions. The hotel has 29 luxury town house suites.
The Engine Shed Friendly, informal setting, in a tastefully renovated old building, for cheap veggie nosh supplied by members of the Garvald Centre, for people with learning diff
The Fiddler's Elbow Pub at the top of Leith Walk with live folk and comedy nights.
The Fiddlers Arms A warm & friendly traditional Scottish pub.