City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Theatre Royal, Glasgow The home of Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet, this major Victorian theatre in Glasgow hosts drama, dance, comedy, opera, musical and children’s theatre.
Take It Away Spud Long-established baked potato, takeaway shop providing a simple, wholesome, affordable fillings in a buttered spud jacket.
The Stockbridge Restaurant Cosy, basement restaurant situated on trendy St Stephen Street. Upmarket bohemian ambience with its decor of large, vivid, still life paintings and drapes, combined with elegant table settings.
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 Cellar Door Restaurant Provides some of local and continental meals - lunch, high tea, dinner - at reasonable prices.
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 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 Bonham Hotel The Bonham Hotel is a boutique hotel in the West End of Edinburgh city centre just a few minutes walk from Prince's Street and most of Edinburgh's major attractions.
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 Allison House The Allison House is a small budget priced Georgian guesthouse situated on the South side of Edinburgh in a residential area.
The Glasshouse Hotel, Marriott Autograph Collection Situated at the top of Leith Walk in Edinburgh's West End. A 5-minute walk from Princes Street, and 10-minute walk from the Royal Mile.
The Glasshouse Off The Mile Good, honest, fresh food served in a contemporary, calm oasis in the heart of the Old Town, just off the Mile.
The Living Room This is a one-off venue for The Living Room micro-festival during the Fringe.
The Kitchin Michelin-starred, waterfront restaurant run by husband and wife team Tom & Michaela Kitchin. The ethos is locally sourced in-season ingredients.
The Raj Tommy Miah's long-running indian restaurant looks out across the Shore
The Shore Intimate dockside restaurant, with an old world feel, and cosy adjoining bar.
The Witchery James Thomson's Old Town culinary haunt in a 16th century close just down from Edinburgh castle is an Edinburgh institution. Award-winning scottish food.
Tapa: Barra y Restaurante Spanish cuisine in the heart of Leith with meals for budget conscious diners.
Transreal Fiction Scottish bookshop specialising in new science-fiction and fantasy books, with a wide range of art books covering scifi and fantasy.
theSpace @ Jury's Inn Comedy, dance, and theatre at this temporary Fringe venue, just off the Royal Mile in the Jury's Inn and very close to Edinburgh Waverley station.