Robertson Guest House

Address: 5 Hartington Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH10 4LD, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the South Side area of Edinburgh, is near Lupe Pinto's, Bruntsfield Links Short Hole Golf Course, Ideal Computing, and Guilty By Design.
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    Edinburgh, Sofi and John

    A travel blog entry by chabuquita on Aug 08, 2014

    1 comment

    ... knowledge. There were just the 2 of us and John and it was a wonderful and fascinating 2+ hour tour. We enjoyed the Doc Martin lore but were enthralled with his knowledge of the history of the town and its old houses. He has a fun sense of humor and is well spoken. So worth the 10 pound fee. After two days of no sleep I better go to bed. Tomorrow we'll participate more of the festival and hopefully get rid of my jet lag. I ...

    Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by phil.worner on Jun 12, 2014

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    Today began with a little bit of a big hangover. I decided to do the free tour which wasn't until 11am so had a bit of time to have breakfast and sleep in before it started. The free tour consisted of an American guide who showed us some of the unique parts of the city telling us a lot about its colourful past. I would suggest looking at the comments on the photos themselves for a little more detail. What I did like about edinburgh is they keep their traditional things going ...

    Meeting Place of Champions

    A travel blog entry by gordonswine on Apr 07, 2014

    Our sojourn into the heart of whisky producing territory began with perhaps the most approachable of all the highland malts, Dalwhinnie. In Gaelic, the name means "meeting place" but the distillery workers were quick to add "of champions" because it was here that the highlander games were regularly contested.Until 2005, Dalwhinnie was the highest distillery in terms of elevation (1,164 ft) in Scotland and, although the altitude itself isn't necessarily a harbinger ...

    Kilts and Haggis in Scotland

    A travel blog entry by 2460matt on Oct 20, 2013

    34 photos

    ... of sky, it's a fairytale looking place. We went to the huge cliffs off the coast and seen some of the sights that makes this place look magical. That night we had watch a show on Scottish history of kilts and weapons. We then went to the famous Loch Ness and it just so happened that we were there for Halloween. Its one of the deepest bodies of water in Europe. We went down for a look at the Loch and heard the stories about the myth of the Loch Ness ...

    Touring The Old Town

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 19, 2013

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    Walking down the hill, we again passed by the old prison which is now a government building and took Jacob's ladder back towards High Street. We were now on a gift finding mission as it was the last day of our trip and still needed to find a few things for some people back home. The one interesting thing I did learn on this trip is that my mothers maiden name 'Hamilton' is of Scottish decent so perhaps after all there is a bit of scottish in me. ...