Quaich Guest House

87 St. Johns Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 6NN, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Corstorphine area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Zoo, Dean Gallery, Gorgie City Farm, and Lauriston Castle.
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    Day 1: Scotland

    A travel blog entry by bkritter on Jul 15, 2014

    21 photos

    ... that we are really in Scotland!

    After lunch, we wander. Through streets with stately Georgian architecture, homes of warm, light-colored stone surrounding small, grassy parks with a statue in the center commemorating some historical figure or event. Past the Balmoral Hotel, where J.K. Rowling finished writing the last Harry Potter book, through an ancient cemetery, complete with whispering voices deep inside the crypts and ...


    A travel blog entry by jen.trevenen on Apr 28, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Devils Advocate. Mmmmmm very nice. Kate left us to go and meet Justin and Sandra Myles and bring them to the scotch and whisky experience with us. Very interesting. Had tea at a pub and now we are home and Den is asleep. The Myles's are staying with Kate. Forgot to tell you that one of Jessica's aunty's is called JenJen. Just remembered. Heading of tomorrow with Kate and Moe (Bling's ...

    Edinburgh, Scotland Trip

    A travel blog entry by rkarolanne on Mar 14, 2014

    35 photos

    ... like. It was actually really cool and everyone was really nice. After I checked in I started to explore the area the hotel was in. It was right on the Royal Mile so basically I was in the middle of everything. The Royal Mile is called what it is because on one end of the mile is the Edinburgh castle and on the other end of the mile is the residence where the Queen stays when she is in town. Also, the Royal Mile isn't actually a mile long, it is technically ...

    European splendour

    A travel blog entry by morinne on Dec 02, 2013

    25 photos

    ... Princes Street Gardens, take in a museum or two- there's lots to do, and we are still finding places, even though Ed comes from there and lived in the New Town for two years. Festival time is really busy, but always interesting. This year, 2013, we saw a classical concert, Japanese drummers, and a kind of anarchic circus. And the possibilities were endless.Where to stay? ah well, always difficult. New Town, with it's ...

    What do Scotsman wear under their kilt?

    A travel blog entry by georgous_travel on Aug 05, 2013

    5 photos

    ... breakfast, where Stuart tried haggis - he was not a fan. After breakfast we walked to a hill which is supposed to have a beautiful look out, on our way we stopped to take a few arty photo shots, we have been trying to dabble in a bit of hobby photography, I would like to do something with these photos when we get home. One thing I did notice of Edinburgh, it seems to be a very royal city, even the lamp posts had crowns on top of ...