City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Le Sept Authentically French bistro and brasserie located just off Edinburgh's Royal Mile. French
St James Scottish Episcopal Church Built in 1888, St James (aka St James the Less Episcopal Church) host a number of live music events throughout the year. Spiritual Centre
Gurkha Cafe Traditional Nepalese food served in a welcoming and friendly environment. Indian
Circle Cafe Fresh, seasonal, interesting, affordable, stylish, hand-made food, served in a comfortable, informal and contemporary space. Scottish
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
Castle Street - Summer 2011
Castle Street Central, pedestrianised street in Edinburgh's New Town that is the location for street markets throughout the year. Outdoor
North Bridge Brasserie The Scotsman Hotel towers over North Bridge with views over Princes Street Gardens and offers a fine place to stay if exploring the Old Town. Scottish
Hope Rooms North Berwick's public function rooms used for local events such as fetes and coffee mornings. The Hope Rooms also host film screenings and the North Berwick Youth Cafe meets here. Beyond Edinburgh
The Dogs David Ramsden's original no frills restaurant, named after his canine friends, serving classic, Scottish and English fare. Vegetarian
Flotterstone Inn Pub on the outskirts of Edinburgh at the foot of the Pentland Hills - edge of the Pentland Hills Regional Park - that is popular with ramblers and walkers. Scottish
Flotterstone Visitor Centre Flotterstone Information Centre is located behind the Flotterstone Inn, off the A702, on the Eastern Side of the Regional Park. Outdoor
Prestoungrange Gothenburg "The Goth" is a Grade II listed building with over 100 years history to its name. Meals are served in the family friendly bistro and there's a pub with real ales available on tap. Vegetarian
St Andrews House and Old Town
St. Andrew's House St Andrew's House is the H.Q. of the Scottish Government, found East of Princes Street under Calton Hill. Government
Pathology Museum
Surgeon's Hall Museum The Surgeon's Hall, part of the Royal College of Surgeons complex on Clerk Street, houses Scotland's largest medical museum with one of the most significant surgical collections in the world. Visitor Attractions
Chocolate Tree Artisan chocolatiers specialising in hand crafted chocolates, organic chocolate bars, continental baking and Italian style ice cream. Shops
The Tass Old Town, down-to-earth pub situated at the corner of Jeffrey Street and the Royal Mile, just down from the Storytelling Centre. Pub-grub
Asti - Cucina Italiana Good food from breakfast to dinner in this Italian cafe/bar - pastas, risottos, and handmade desserts. Italian
Hedges front
Hedges Guesthouse Small, 3-room guesthouse in Victorian home located on leafy Hillside Crescent opposite Calton Hill. Bed & Breakfast
The Royal McGregor Edinburgh’s medieval Old Town is renowned for its Castle, Palace, cobbled wynds and dozens of old pubs where our celebrated philosophers and poets used to socialise over past few hundred year Scottish
Kanpai Sushi The name Kanpai means "Bottoms Up", a familiar toast in Japan. Japanese