Garlands Guest House

48 Pilrig Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6 5AL, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, is near Old Town, Blair Castle, Greyfriars Bobby Memorial, and Brass Rubbing Centre.
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    My Journal of the Driving Trip

    A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Apr 13, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... br> We did a tour of our first Scottish castle today. I must admit, it was pretty impressive. The castle is called Urquhart and is situated right on the Loch Ness. I did some reading in the hotel we were in about the monster that is supposedly in the loch. Did you know, that the Scottish Parliament has officially declared the monster as an endangered species? So it is protected from poaching or hunting. That must be a relief. Also, in 1997 there were 32 ...

    Hogmanay in Scotland!

    A travel blog entry by karen0206 on Dec 27, 2013

    16 photos

    ... in no shape or form to climb to the highest peak. For lunch, we stopped by the Elephant Cafe which sells itself as the birthplace of Harry Potter. It claims to be the cafe in which JK Rowling sat whilst she gazed across to the graveyard, where some of the tombstones provided inspiration for the names for some of her characters such as McGonagall, Moody and Tom Riddle. Whilst the latter is true (see pictures), the former claim of being ...

    Falkirk Wheel

    A travel blog entry by stuch6 on Dec 19, 2013

    3 photos

    That morning we just chilled until We hopped into our van and set of for Falkirk Wheel. Falkirk Wheel was the solution to the age old question of how do you get canal boats from one level of water to another. We found out that the gargantuan wheel can run on ...


    A travel blog entry by simonct on Sep 26, 2013

    20 photos

    ... br>
    The weather in Edinburgh went from nice one day to cold and rainy the next. The cold and rain doesn't bother me, it just means some extra planning on the clothing front. It is a refreshing change from Australia and it being 800 degrees every day.

    On our first day we did a couple of the big sights, namely the Edinburgh Castle and also the Mary King's close. The castle was spectacular. It sits atop a rocky crag which emerged from a ...

    Still cold

    A travel blog entry by jandmtravel on Jul 04, 2013

    13 photos

    ... few and there is not a big network all linked up like in England. The only boats we saw being moved on the wheel were the boats from the visitor centre that you can pay to go on to experience the wheel. The parking and visitor centre were free and it was all really well set up for children too.
    We got our bikes off the car and went for a ride into a very stiff head wind along the Forth and Clyde. It was a really good tow path so once we turned around and had ...