Ashlyn Guest House

Address: 42 Inverleith Row, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 5PY, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Warriston area of Edinburgh, is near Real Mary King's Close, Royal Botanic Garden, Art Gym & Craft Studio, and Ink Tank.
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    Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by jennymurtagh on Jul 31, 2015

    24 photos

    ... Queen of Scots before her imprisonment. In the afternoon we went to explore The Royal Yacht Britannia. When we left Edinburgh we drove north to Dundee via St Andrews. This is a beautiful golf course and they had just hosted the ladies open golf ...

    Sunshine on Leith

    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 15, 2015

    5 photos

    The end of our stay in York, sadly. We liked it there. York and Chester are places we could definitely live if necessary. And it was a nice flat in a great location that we stayed in. No dining table - very modern. Or small. But good.

    The taxi came at 9, The train left at 9.34, and arrived into Edinburgh at about 5 past 12. Our flat this time is in Leith, about 15 minutes by bus or 8GBP by taxi fron the centre of town. Modern flat in an old warehouse, probably very close ...

    Ming Golden Age in Auld Reekie

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 15, 2014

    16 photos

    ... and a very nice comfortable lair it proves to be, popular with groups of young people speaking all kinds of tongues.

    The inner man and woman thus fortified, we head to the museum and pick up our tickets. A large crowd is assembled in front of the Millenium Clock when we arrive: this is a two-storey mechanical clock and glockenspiel built to commemorate the human suffering of the twentieth century. The clock is chiming midday and a group ...

    OCH AYE

    A travel blog entry by gliz on Aug 16, 2014

    5 comments, 31 photos

    Glenis reporting in...

    An early up and doing, a very nice brekkie (including Haggis) then onto the Coach for a bit of a sightsee on the way to explore Edinburgh Castle. What an amazing place. One can feel the history just oozing out. Lizzie was like a demented hen with a camera.. She couldn't click fast enough. The time spent there roaming around and entering thru little doorways for another surprise ...

    Scotland!

    A travel blog entry by stephmac on Jun 13, 2014

    4 comments, 15 photos

    ... guess this would have only been one or two square km. Not too sure but a very small space! I can not imagine how crowded it would have been! The Royal Mile is the main road running from the Castle down the hill to the Palace. There are lots of souviner shops selling lots of tartan and cashmere! On Wednesday we took the train to see Glasgow. Glasgow is a nice city but is quite different from Edinburgh. Here we enjoyed a picnic by the Clyde River and ...