City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Self catering


Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image
Gourmet Burger Kitchen High-end burger joint, situated in the plush West End of George Street, at the corner with Charlotte Square.
Giuliano's Italian Restaurant, Union Place One of four Italian restaurants started by for Italian friends who were working in Edinburgh. There is also Giuliano's Al Fresco (next door), On the Shore and at The Playhouse. 
GilDun Guest House Guesthouse in Victorian building in a cul-de-sac in Newington area, 1.5 miles from Princes Street.
Glenalmond House Guest house in detached Victorian building in Edinburgh's Southside, with many original features, including a black marble fireplace in the dining room and ornate plaster cornices in many of the rooms
Girl Guide Headquarters The home of the Girl Guides in Scotland.
Gladstone's Land A six story tenement building on the High Street, which has been purchased and renovated by the National Trust of Scotland, to offer a taste of life in 17th century Edinburgh.
Ghilie Dhu front
Ghillie Dhu A bar in a converted church with impressive grand interior and own draft ales. Bar staff in rugby shirts and kilts, and a baronial, banquet hall style set-up in the body of the old church.
Glasgow Science Centre The Glasgow Science Centre has a planetarium, an IMAX theatre for watching those latest large-format 3D films, and three floors of science exhibitions.
George Heriot's School The distinctive turreted building of George Heriot's School first opened its doors to pupils in 1659.
General Register House - Princes Street, Edinburgh
General Register House Opening in 1788, General Register House continues to serve the same purpose it was built for as an archive of public records.
Gorgie Parish Church Part of the Church of Scotland, Gorgie Parish Church conducts weekly services and also operates as a venue during the Fringe.
Guildford Arms One of Edinburgh's classic old pubs, the Guildford Arms was designed by Robert Macfarlane Cameron, built in 1898, and still has much of its original character in tact.
Greyfriars Kirk
Greyfriars Kirk Greyfriars Kirk, also known as Greyfriars Tolbooth and Highland Kirk, was the first church built in Edinburgh after the Reformation and opened in 1620.