City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Venue type
22 Chester Street Georgian, New Town block, opposite St Mary's Cathedral, which hosted a production of Sangokushi at the Edinburgh Fringe 2010< Only at the Fringe
23 Mayfield 23 Mayfield is a family run Victorian detached guest house situated one mile from central Edinburgh. Accommodation
28 York Place Central New Town location, near St Andrew Square and the St James Centre. Conference
48 Below Basement bar open all day 09.00-03.00. Food and coffee served all day, and a wide selection of beers, wines and spirits. Pubs
50 George Square Conference space run by the University of Edinburgh. Conference
56 North Somewhere between a bar and a restaurant with food and cocktail menu. Scottish
94DR A five-star, boutique B&B in Victorian townhouse in Southside of the city. Designer bedrooms with floor heating, power showers and/or roll top baths. Accommodation
A Room in Leith Formerly Skippers, this is the newly expanded "A Room in Leith", having moved a few yards from the original address on the waterfront it shared with Teuchter’s Landing, with outdoor Seafood
Absolute Thai Small, family operated restaurant featuring traditional and contemporary Thai food. Drinkers should BYOB (£2.50 corkage). Thai
Acanthus Interior design store, which during August has a Fringe exhibition of Chinoiserie
Acheson House Historic Edinburgh City Council owned property in the Old Town which was built in 1633 for Sir Archibald Acheson, Secretary of State for King Charles I. Visitor Attractions
Acheson House Meeting Point – Calton Hill Steps Only at the Fringe
Acoustic Music Centre @ St. Bride's The Acoustic Music Centre @ St Bride's is a five minute walk along Dalry Road from Haymarket rail station/road junction. The venue contains two performance spaces; 'The Big Room' and 'The Back Room'. Only at the Fringe
Adam House Large Edinburgh University building at the corner of South Bridge and Chamber street in mock Georgian style. Edinburgh University
Adam Pottery Working artists' shop found 13 steps down from street level, in the basement of a typical New Town tenement building. Galleries
Adam Smith statue on the Royal Mile
Adam Smith Statue Statue of Adam Smith, the "Father of Economics" and author of the seminal "The Wealth of Nations" which was published in 1776, the year the USA declared independence. Free Fringe: PBH
Adele's Cafe Just along the road from Cineworld, a coeliac friendly, pretty cafe offering takeaway sandwiches drinks and cake Adele's Cafe is now closed. Brunch
Adria House Three-star Georgian townhouse bed and breakfast at the foot of Calton Hill and on the longest continuous terrace in Edinburgh's New Town. Accommodation
Al Dente Take a trip down Easter Road to number 139, only a short walk across from Leith Walk. Step inside this tiny wee Trattoria serving italian food of the highest quality. Italian
Alba Flamenca Flamenco dance school and studio space, next door to tapas cafe/bar El Bar. Music, dance and story telling for adults and children. Dance