City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh P


Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Pilrig Park A good-sized green space owned by the city of Edinburgh since 1920. The public park has two play areas, allotments, community forestry, and football pitch.
Ping On Long-running (has been under various owners since 1969) and easy-going chinese restaurant that has a loyal local following.
Pink Olive Fresh, interesting food in Studentsville, at good value prices, served in a pleasant, friendly atmosphere.
Piries Hotel Piries Hotel is located in the West End of the city centre - within striking distance of Princes Street and the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
Pivo Czech-styled, late-night basement bar and club that puts a Bohemian vibe into Edinburgh nightlife.
Pizza Express An addition to the Pizza Express restaurant chain in 1997, specialising in pizza and italian food in pleasant Stockbridge surroundings.
Pizza Posto Inexpensive, modern pizza place on two floors, located directly opposite the Festival Theatre.
Playfair Library A William Playfair architectural masterpiece on the southern side of Edinburgh University's Old College. The Library Hall has a barrel-vaulted ceiling and runs to more than 190 feet in length. 311
Pleasance at Essential Edinburgh Operating as Pleasance at Essential Edinburgh during the Fringe Festival, this venue is located just off Princes Street, near Charlotte Square. Third floor, no disabled access.
Pleasance Dome
Pleasance Dome As with the Pleasance main Fringe venue, Pleasance Courtyard, this is housed in a centrally located university union building at Pot 23
Pleasance Pop-Up: The Club Vibrant club and party venue by Waverley Station specialising in live music, gig nights, karaoke and cabaret. 320
Pleasance Courtyard
Pleasance Theatre, Pleasance Courtyard Perhaps best known during the festival for its huge fringe festival programme, Edinburgh University's 300-capacity student union building at the Pleasance is also the venue for public events (such 33
Plumed Horse Michelin Award winning Tony Borthwick's restaurant in Leith which began life in the small village of Crossmichael, three miles north of Castle Douglas in 1998.
Polwarth Parish Church Traditional steepled church set alongside the Union Canal near Harrison Park.
Pomegranate The owners of the very successful Hanam’s restaurant on Johnston Terrace have now opened “Pomegranate” at the top of Leith Walk opposite the Playhouse Theatre.
Portobello Beach in July
Portobello Beach & Promenade One of the chief attractions of Portobello, to the East of Edinburgh City Centre, is the sea and a wide sandy beach - with a long, classic Victorian promenade and old-world waterfront that harks back
Portobello Community Centre The former public washhouse or 'steamie', was converted into Portobello Community Centre in 1968 and hosts a variety of activities and events organised by local groups.
Portobello Indoor Bowls Function Suite/Mum's Cafe Multi-purpose leisure centre run by the council which offers weather-proofed indoor bowling rink and a large cafe/ bar with views looking onto Portobello beach.
Powerleague Portobello Formerly known as the Pitz, Portobello Powerleague is part of an "all-weather", outdoor five-a-side football facility is part of a chain of commercially run venues across the country, inc
Prestonfield House 17th-century Prestonfield is a five-star boutique hotel with 23 lavishly decorated rooms and suites and a celebrated restaurant (the hotel is owned by James Thomson, owner of Edinburgh’s Witchery by t 223