Acer Lodge Guest House

425 Queensferry Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH4 7NB, United Kingdom | B&B
Prices starting from $122.00

Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Day Seven - Wheel of Fortune

A travel blog entry by needlemind


... onwards towards Edinburgh to our next excellent resting place with the assistance of my beloved road atlas which deserves a mention as it's been with me since my first car and I've now used nearly every page (except the Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland Islands... next year). Although only a guest house, it's 5 star place and we were met by the most delightful lady who produced 2 massive glasses of complimentary wine, maps, leaflets and ...

Just call me Queen of the Scots

A travel blog entry by bmenke


... We went to a free tour the next morning which gave a lighter history of the city. It had a heavy section about Harry Potter as the tour guide was a big fan. J.K. Rowling wrote all of the books here in various cafès and we went to the very cemetery to see the tombs of the names who she used as characters like Black, Moody, and Tom Riddle. We also saw here handprints in the area for Edinburgh stars. We also learned about a boy from 2002 who wanted to be a vampire so bad ...

Late summer travel for some castle's and Scotch.

A travel blog entry by arautmann


... where we were able to see the grounds where the scotch was made and aged, as well as the production process, and again we could taste some samples.

After a good night out making my one last time around the castle and through the gardens I readied for the travel day home. I hope to return soon. It is a very fun, friendly place to visit, and if you are into history, there is much to learn there.


Athens of the north

A travel blog entry by twovines


... around Arthur's Seat, a large mound almost equal in size to The Wickerman's seat prior to his diet (apologies, MOD in-joke I believe).

Behind the rows of shops in New Town lie the Georgian houses designed by Robert Adam. Prior to the 1745 rising the only buildings were within the quarter square mile of city walls. Given their cramped conditions a new town was planned for the area north of the castle, centred around three parallel streets. While the southern most ...


A travel blog entry by rainyfly


... on the street below. This was Not Phil's Cup of Tea! We walked to the far side of the Royal Mile to check out something we'd briefly seen on our bus tour. Greyfriar's Bobby was a little dog owned by a policeman in the 19th century. When John Gray passed away in 1858, little Bobby followed his master to the graveyard, and slept on his grave for 14 years until he too died. Bobby is buried just inside the churchyard gate. We ...

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