City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Guesthouses


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The Golf Tavern Historic bar, established 1456, overlooking Bruntsfield Links. Provides bar food, drink and also has room hire.
Téte-a-Téte Foto Studio Offers photographic walking tours of Edinburgh.
The Whole Works Complementary therapy and counselling centre in Edinburgh's Old Town.
The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant The restaurant at the Scottish National Gallery on the Mound overlooking Princes Street Garden. Run by the Contini family. Among other events hosts Winter and Summer ceilidh dinners.
The Robin Chapel Chapel built in 1950 at the centre of a housing complex, The Thistle Foundation, in the south east of Edinburgh.
The Place Four-star boutique townhouse hotel in A-listed Georgian terrace in Edinburgh's New Town, beside tram terminus at St Andrew Square.
T-Bar Cowgate venue with bar and restaurant serving burgers and beers on the ground floor and a performance room/stage on the first floor level.
The Biscuit Factory The Biscuit Factory is an arts & fashion hub housed in the former Crawford’s biscuit factory in Anderson Place, just off Bonnington Road.
Tutto Matto Pizza Formerly Ti Amo opposite the Festival Theatre, this chic new ristorante, Tutto Matto (roughly translated as Love Bug), offers creative, fresh Italian cuisine - clay oven baked and pan tossed pasta, ha
The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen Vibrant restaurant set in the heart of Edinburgh on George Street. Serving the best locally sourced Scottish produce in a newly restored Georgian townhouse.
The Boards Recently refurbished function space located at the front of the Playhouse theatre above the main foyer. Open throughout the year as a candlelit piano bar, offering cabaret, music and comedy.
Thorn House Office space formerly owned by Jenners Department store, Thorn House is situated on the second, third and fourth floors of Victorian building above the Abbotsford pub on Rose Street.
The King James by Thistle Hotel The King James hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the museums and art galleries, theatres and concert rooms, traditional pubs and sophisticated restaurants.
The Riparian Rooms The Riparian Rooms is inspired by the history of Broughton, originally Broc Tun, “the farm beside the brook.” The spacious, light-filled Brasserie has a quirky decor - stone walls, dark wood, leather
The Raeburn The former Raeburn House House in Stockbridge re-opened in April, 2014 after careful refurbishment combining original Georgian period architecture with contemporary decorative style.
The Bistro at Brunton Theatre Brunton Theatre in Musselburgh is a popular venue attracting people from around East Lothian and Edinburgh with a programme of drama, music, dance, films and children’s shows.
The Devil's Advocate Hidden away in the Medieval maze of ancient cobbled alleyways off the Royal Mile, you’ll find this classy Whisky Bar and Bistro half way down Advocate’s Close.
The Studio at the Festival Theatre Multi-purpose cultural space located behind the main Edinburgh Festival Theatre on Potterrow.
The Bothy - Restaurant and Drinkery As part of the heritage Murrayfield Hotel, the smart new Bothy Restaurant and Drinkery Bar has a cool, contemporary design - leather booth seats, artwork, industrial stone & steel décor.
The Annexe at the Liquid Room The Liquid Room's second room for club nights. The venue is accessed from The Cowgate. Open 10.30pm - 3am.