City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Millennium Link
Millennium Link The Millennium Link, Case Studies Wine School's barge, is moored on the historic Union Canal at Edinburgh Quay, Fountainbridge. Eight minutes by bus from Princes Street.
Midlothian Snowsports Centre (Hillend) You'd be forgiven for thinking that with a name like "Midlothian Snowsports Centre" that there'd be some white stuff on the piste at this ski and snowboard facility. However, the centre - still...
Mezbaan South Indian Restaurant Mezbaan means a good host offering hospitality, or a fine feast. This is a family business from Bangalore and Kerala, serving South Indian cuisine.
Metropole
Metropole Cafe Parisian-esque cafe with pastries and food - as well as coffee - in former bank building.
Merlin Roadhouse Expansive modern bar with large patio at the side of Morningside Road. Pub grub standards as far as food is concerned and a bustling watering hole for Morningside locals.
Merchant's Hall, Edinburgh
Merchants' Hall Distinctive New Town neo-classical building that is primarily the headquarters of one of Edinburgh's oldest business organisations The Company of Merchants of the City of Edinburgh.
Melville Castle Secluded in 50 acres of woodland and majestically overlooking the River Esk, Melville Castle, only 20 minutes from the city centre, provides an enchanting location for all kinds of events including
Melting Pot Low-carbon, meeting spaces for public use, run by not-for-profit social enterprise organisation.
Meadowbank Stadium Much-loved sports stadium that has hosted concerts, international athletics championships, football, and provided a training ground for great Scottish sports people, including cyclist and triple Olymp
McEwan Hall
McEwan Hall Grand, old, circular building in Bristo Square with opulent interior and huge stone pillars.
McDonald Road Library Active community lending library, in listed building, run by the City of Edinburgh council. A range of reading groups, wifi, gaming consoles and a business hub, among other things.
Mayfield Salisbury
Mayfield Salisbury Church Housed in a tall, steepled church designed by Hippolyte Blanc, and opened in 1879. 
Mavisbank House After being destroyed in a fire in 1973 and left to ruin, this private historic mansion is being bought by compulsory purchase order and grounds are being taken over by public agencies in 2012 for
Mary of Guise Barge Much of the action in Shakespeare's The Tempest may take place on dry land but not in the case of a new production of the classic by The Grads at the Edinburgh Fr
Mansfield Traquair Centre front
Mansfield Traquair Centre Veteran Fringe-goers may remember the former catholic Mansfield church building at the foot of Broughton Street when as Cafe Grafitti it buzzed with live music acts from around the world. Or maybe...
Malone's Irish Bar As the name says, an irish bar complete with fittings and furniture shipped over from Ireland. Bustling bar on two floors, straddling Edinburgh University and Old Town tourists.
Malmaison patio
Malmaison Edinburgh Brasserie and bar that also hosts events.
Maison Bleue Atmospheric restaurant specialising in French and North African cooking using Scottish ingredients.
Magnum Restaurant and Bar Located in a prime position on the corner of St.
Madogs Basement bar/club known for cheap drinking promos.  The venue where Ray Wilson, of Genesis fame, was discovered in the late 1990s.