City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Glenalmond House Guest house in detached Victorian building in Edinburgh's Southside, with many original features, including a black marble fireplace in the dining room and ornate plaster cornices in many of the rooms
Glencorse Golf Club Glencorse Golf, was founded in 1890 and designed by Willie Park.
Goldenacre Playing Fields George Heriot's School sports ground at Goldenacre in the north of Edinburgh.
Tractor rider at Gorgie
Gorgie City Farm Much-loved working urban farm with lambs, pigs, chickens, quails, and a variety of crops.
Gorgie Parish Church Part of the Church of Scotland, Gorgie Parish Church conducts weekly services and also operates as a venue during the Fringe.
Gourmet Burger Kitchen High-end burger joint, situated in the plush West End of George Street, at the corner with Charlotte Square.
Granny's Green Steps Granny's Green Steps (or Granny Green's Steps if you believe the steps have been misnamed) connect the Grassmarket with Johnston Terrace (under Edinburgh Castle). 363
Grassmarket Community Project A conference and event space, a social enterprise project providing skills training, a cafe to find homemade hot food, and tartan textiles.
Grassmarket Hotel Central hotel in the bustling Grassmarket area in Edinburgh's Old Town. Outside the hotel is a starting point for a walking tour at Fringe time. 165
Grassmarket Square Situated beneath Edinburgh castle and just down from the High Street, the historic Grassmarket area is a popular public space for festival performance, public markets and such like.
Greenside @ Infirmary Street New addition in 2015 to the Greenside stable of Fringe venues set in an old Victorian School Building on Edinburgh's Southside. 236
Greenside @ Nicolson Square front
Greenside @ Nicolson Square Busy Fringe venue for Greenside. 209
Greenside @ Royal Terrace Pleasant venue, two minutes' walk from the top of Leith walk at the foot of Calton Hill. 231
Greyfriars Bobby's Bar Restaurant Something of a tourist destination being just round the corner from the graveyard where the famous Skye terrier would lay down beside his master's resting place. 217
Greyfriars Kirk
Greyfriars Kirk Greyfriars Kirk, also known as Greyfriars Tolbooth and Highland Kirk, was the first church built in Edinburgh after the Reformation and opened in 1620. 131
Gryphon @ West End Gryphon@WestEnd offers two performance spaces ideal for intimate, experimental, and engaging theatre.
Guildford Arms One of Edinburgh's classic old pubs, the Guildford Arms was designed by Robert Macfarlane Cameron, built in 1898, and still has much of its original character in tact. 107
Gullane Bents from the car park (panorama)
Gullane Bents Probably the most spectacular beach in East Lothian, Gullane is a long, sandy beach with an extensive, dune system covered in grass and buckthorn bush, within which you can shield yourself from the
Gurkha Cafe Traditional Nepalese food served in a welcoming and friendly environment.