City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Hostels


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Jan de Vries Health Store Naturopathic health store carrying herbal remedies, supplements, natural cosmetics and organic foods.
Jinglin' Geordie Cosy bar nestled down a narrow, Old Town close just part way down the staircase. During the Fringe, location for Pleasance Pop-Up's brand of "immersive theatre".
Just the Tonic at the Community Project Modern, large space attached to an old kirk building. Centrally located where Grassmarket meets Cowgate. Courtyard, late bar til 3am and cafe facilities 10am to 5pm.
Jamie's Italian Edinburgh The Naked Chef touches down in the heart of Edinburgh's consumer district.
Juniper Green Parish Church Active Church of Scotland church serving communities of Juniper Green and Baberton Mains.
Johnstone Terrace garden
Johnstone Terrace Garden Johnston Terrace Garden is tucked away at the top of the Patrick Geddes steps which run between Johnston Terrance and the Grassmarket, just 50 m from Edinburgh Castle Esplanade.
Joppa Turrets Guesthouse Small guesthouse run by Phil and Anne McCrossan in a mid-1800's house with garden and views to the beach.
Green Gateway
John Hope Gateway The John Hope Gateway, at the West Gate of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, is a modern visitor centre, shop, multimeda gallery, museum, and garden, all rolled into one. The chalet-styled...
Just the Tonic interior
Just the Tonic @ The Caves The Caves on Niddry Street South, just off the Cowgate, provide a labyrinthine set-up with six performance spaces under South Bridge.
John Lewis
John Lewis John Lewis is Scotland's largest department store, situated in the St James Shopping Centre at the top of Leith Walk.
Jenners Department Store, Edinburgh
Jenners Department Store Often dubbed the "Harrods of the North" this traditional department store on Princes Street is all about the retail "experience" rather than bagging the bargains.
John Knox and the Storytelling
John Knox House This 15th century house was home to James Mosman, goldsmith to Mary Queen of Scots, and was the final residence of John Knox, leader of the Scottish Reformation and founder of the Presbyterian Chur
Just the Tonic @ The Tron Centrally located off the High Street. Bar room, stand-up comedy in the bowels of the Tron.