The Hedges Guest House

Address: 19 Hillside Crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH7 5EB, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Easter Road area of Edinburgh, is near Calton Hill, Edinburgh Playhouse, Playhouse Theatre, and Brass Rubbing Centre.
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      A Royal Holiday

      A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Sep 27, 2014

      2 comments, 58 photos

      ... windows and bright bees wax candles and light-reflective silver chafing dishes and flatware. Social protocols dictate that after dinner the women exit the dinning room to the wife’s bedroom/parlor. The men, on the other hand, stay in the dining room smoking and using the chamber pot at ...

      If we could walk A Royal Mile (think Proclaimers)

      A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Aug 11, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... day. We did a lap and a half seeing amazing architecture, a castle built on a lump of old lava and fine old churches etc etc. The entire lap was less than an hour showing how small Edinburgh's historic area is compared to Paris. Took lots of photos today, not sure what some of the buildings are but so well designed. One last walk along the Mile, fighting off people forcing pamphlets upon us advertising their Fringe Festival shows, checking there ...

      Day at Lindisfarne

      A travel blog entry by kathmom on Jun 28, 2014

      16 photos

      ... exactly like Disneyland, as we heard one American say, but there was definitely a slight urgency in the noticeable crowd of people heading for their cars before the tide came in.

      The monastery and Christian work on Lindisfarne was started 634 AD by Aidan, an Irish monk from Iona, at the invitation of King Oswald, who also helped translate for him to the Anglo-Saxons. Ministry went on there until Vikings attacked in 793. In the meantime, the ...

      Free day in Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by mardi2013 on Dec 10, 2013

      ... the amount of times they were taken and hidden to be protected - sometimes for centuries at a time. We also stopped and had tea and scones at a fancy looking place inside the castle walls. The tea wasn't anything special but the scones were really good. After the castle we had a tour of Mary Kings Close which is an old street that were built over so the street and the building were still preserved underneath. Before the streets were built over they were 6 or 7 stories ...

      Scotland

      A travel blog entry by blairn99 on Aug 04, 2013

      2 photos

      ... would float anyway. the draw for the town is the white buildings by the water front, the Gaol and the castle. I'm heading over to the castle tomorrow for a look and then heading off to the ferry to the Isle of Mull. Tonight I just went for a wander around town and took some photos of the buildings and the loch. By the way the hire car that I have is an Audi A3, a nice little car and its laid out like the range rover so I felt very comfortable from the get ...