City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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The Mound
The Mound The Mound is the steep hill that connects the Edinburgh New Town and Old Town in the city centre.
The Mulroy West End restaurant serving Scottish/French food served in smart, intimate, Edwardian setting.
The Newsroom Cocktail bar just up from Leith Walk's so-called "pink triangle" area.
The One Below Ground level designer lounge bar in Rutland Hotel on West end of Princes Street that is inspired by the upmarket clubbing style of New York, Paris and L.A.
The Other Place The former Stag's Head has been stylishly renovated to create a smart, contemporary Bar-Bistro, while the ingenious old street map ceiling reflects its Canonmills heritage.
The Outhouse Just off Broughton Street, Edinburgh's pink triangle, down a lane, this popular bar also has a beer garden open during the summer months.
Pear Tree beer garden
The Pear Tree This popular bar near the George Square campus of Edinburgh University has one major attraction - a large beer garden.
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The Phoenix Popular pub and basement venue in Broughton Street area with healthy mix of clientele from Hibee supporters to posh studes.
The Place Four-star boutique townhouse hotel in A-listed Georgian terrace in Edinburgh's New Town, beside tram terminus at St Andrew Square.
The Place Bar & Restaurant Boutique hotel, bar and restaurant located at the east end of the city centre in three Georgian row houses.
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 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 Raeburn Bar The Raeburn is a cosy bar tucked away on the cobbled street of Dean Street in Stockbridge (the bohemian village within the city of Edinburgh.
The Raj Tommy Miah's long-running indian restaurant looks out across the Shore
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 Roamin' Nose Taking over the address of the former Duck's a la Marche Noir, and latterly Garrigue, the restaurant space is now transformed into a very casual, laid back Cafe-Bistro.
The Robin Chapel Chapel built in 1950 at the centre of a housing complex, The Thistle Foundation, in the south east of Edinburgh.
The Roseleaf Formerly the Black Swan, the Roseleaf pub, or bar/cafe as it prefers to bill itself, is a quirky Leith bar where the cocktails are served in mismatched china tea sets.
Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
The Royal Botanic Garden The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE), located in Edinburgh's Inverleith area, is often dubbed Scotland's answer to Kew gardens. It is not only a place to learn about trees, ferns, plants, and...
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