City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Bed and breakfasts


Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Charlotte Square Gardens
Charlotte Square Gardens This pleasent, leafy green space located at the heart of the historic New Town is an oasis of tranquility.
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Central Hall Central is primarily a Church and a sometime concert, exhibition, or entertainment venue with hundred-year-old stained glass in the art nouveau style and a great acoustic. 295
Counting House Although it hosts dances and has a long association with stand-up comedy - the likes of Phil Kay and Fred MacAuly performed here when they were making a name for themselves - the Counting House is 170
Craigmillar Castle Edinburgh's historic Craigmillar Castle, famous as the location of plot and intrigue. The well-preserved ruin includes a tower house, courtyard and gardens.
Celtic Lodge (C Cubed) The sixteenth-century Celtic Lodge at Brodie's Close. As well as a masonic lodge, this is the home of C Cubed during the Fringe in August. 50
EIFF - Cameo Cinema 1
Cameo Cinema, Edinburgh Edinburgh's stylish arthouse cinema combines an old world filmhouse from the outside, while inside you can spread out in expansive, comfortable armchairs of Cinema 1.
Venue C
C Venues - C If the location looks familiar that's because this is Edinburgh University's Adam House, and a flagship venue and base during the festival in August for Fringe group 34
Canongate Kirk
Canongate Kirk Built in 1688, this beautifully light and spacious Kirk serves both Holyrood Palace and Edinburgh Castle. Experience its wonderful 'cathedral' acoustic at a concert or a regular service. 60
Cabaret Voltaire entrance at night
Cabaret Voltaire Cabaret Voltaire is one of Edinburgh’s subterranean club and rock venues. An intimate cave-space with its low-ceilings and booths, it is situated in the underground caverns of the Cowgate. 338
Church Hill Theatre, Morningside
Church Hill Theatre Church Hill Theatre was originally built as a church in 1892. Purchased in 1960 by the Council, it has served as a theatre for community and Fringe performers since 1965.
Cineworld Multiplex Cinema, Edinburgh
Cineworld Edinburgh Cineworld, formerly known as the UGC, is a centrally located multiplex. It is an easy walking distance from Lothian Road/Tollcross, with car parking space.
Calton Hill Sun Rise
Calton Hill Calton Hill is one of Edinburgh's main hills, set right in the city centre. It is unmistakable with its Athenian acropolis poking above the skyline.