Abernethy House

51 Findhorn Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH9 2NZ, United Kingdom | B&B
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Castles, Ghosts, and Whisky (Edinburgh)

A travel blog entry by b.mcintyre23


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The final night in Edinburgh, I booked the group a ghost tour - where we were brought to a few 'haunted' places on the streets of Edinburgh, and then brought to the underground vaults of the city for more stories. That too, was a lot of fun. The vaults were lit only by candles, and I made for damn sure that I was somewhere in the middle of the group so that I wouldn't get left behind or be too close to the front. Protection from ...


A travel blog entry by digordon


... that were 500 years old and stencilling over 200 years old on some walls. We learnt who lived on the different levels and why. Some of the buildings were 14 stories high at one stage with around 700 people living in this tiny little Close. Back to the cathedral cafe for lunch, then to the Children's Museum which covered 5 levels of toys dating way back. There was very little there that I recalled from my childhood. ...

Final festivities

A travel blog entry by janetanne


Well it is time to head back down to the lowlands. We have decided on our route so it's goodbye Nairn for now, we will be back!! You don't get rid of us that easily.

Returned to Edinburgh via Granton-on-Spey which was the most gorgeous drive, so green and winding roads, pine forests, the river, mountains and moors. This would be such a Fantastic ride on a motor bike. Unfortunately we had to get back to Edinburgh or ...


A travel blog entry by libbycav


... but apart from a shower this morning ( while we were walking to the gBotanical Gardens), it has been fairly warm and dry.
We are staying in a really nice apartment not too far from the centre of the city and we have been hitting the tourist trail pretty hard and are exhausted!
We have visited most of the attractions, including the impressive Castle, Holyrood House ...

Day Three in Edinburgh -- Slower Paced but nice !

A travel blog entry by devey6


Today we started with a "traditional English breakfast" (Eggs, sausage, mushrooms, broiled tomato, toast, cereal... and tea of course).

Sadly we finally experience some of the rain that the area is known for. Wasn't a driving rain but enough to slow us down and cool us off.

We walked to the Edinburgh Castle and spent a couple of hours looking around. Completely different experience from the Alnwick Castle. ...


This B&B, located in the Prestonfield area of Edinburgh, is near Surgeons' Hall, The Queen's Hall, University of Edinburgh, and Edinburgh Experience.
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