Dunedin Private House

21 - 23 Coliton Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH10 5DR, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Old Town area of Edinburgh, is near Our Dynamic Earth, Huntly House (The Museum of Edinburgh), Canongate, and Whitehorse Close.
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

York-Jedburgh-Abbotsford-Edinburgh, Scotland

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 07, 2014

7 photos

... the world's largest planned city development, was completed in 1810. In 1822 King George IV made his historic visit to the city. By then, Edinburgh was already Britain's most important financial city outside London, and, due to its neo-classical architecture, was known as `the Athens of the North'. Activities Begin at Edinburgh Castle, Scotland's number one visitor attraction, which sits on its own volcanic rock at the top of the Royal Mile. View the Scottish ...

Where Do I Begin...

A travel blog entry by mauveme on Jun 15, 2014

9 comments, 5 photos

... wake up about an hour or so before that time and am about to drift off to sleep again) and gets dark after 9.30pm (though I’m not too sure as I’m a working gal now!).

1 April (April Fool’s Day)
- A little reaction to that – no jokes at work though (as far as I know)
- Moved into my new flat. Soooo, much better than the last (#6) and only two doors down (#4). Bathroom is downstairs NEXT to the bedroom so no more sliding down the stairs in the middle ...

Edinburgh is the Best Place. Ever.

A travel blog entry by lindalochrie on Feb 20, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

Watching Dad as we pulled into Waverly Train Station in Edinburgh was like watching a kid in a candy shop. Edinburgh was the place he was the most eager to visit. His grandpa on his dad's side was Scottish, so he had always wanted to visit to see where his family came from.

Our apartment here is pretty cool. It is right across the street from the National Museum of Scotland and ...

A wee Scottish adventure (part 1)

A travel blog entry by natsully on Nov 21, 2013

... and more. And we hung on every word like little kids...her storytelling was so alive that it was hard to ignore!! And, as is part of the culture, embellished facts can be hard to separate from the fiction and folklore. But I love it!! Even though I didn't see Nessie herself (they refer to it up here as a him, by the way), I was still so glad to have done the trip. The fall colours in Fort Augusta and around Loch Ness were pretty. And the highlands are so worth exploring. The snow ...

Edinburgh = Auld Reekie and the nastiness

A travel blog entry by fendall on Jul 27, 2013

127 photos

... spoke of, when I was in the St. Giles’ Cathedral. Across the street, I was advised to go into the Fudge Kitchen, which provided free samples of as many different flavors as you wanted. I tested four, and eventually felt bad for asking.

Just below this, where St. Mary’s and Jeffrey Street meet, was a wall that stood for centuries. It has been removed, but you can see where it stood by following the brass colored brick outline on the street. ...

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