Claymore Vegetarian Guest House
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Claymore Vegetarian Guest House
TripAdvisor Reviews Claymore Vegetarian Guest House Edinburgh
Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
... two fireplaces (pic 13). Considering how cold it is in my hostel, it’s no surprise! I saw a few random oddities like wooden water pipes (pic 14) and a cannon ball that was found in a park (pic 15). I also kind of have a thing for clocks but I didn’t realize it till I was looking back through my pictures today. Here’s a few of the neater ones (pic 16, pic 17). I am also gonna include the pictures of some collectable pitchers (pic 18, pic 19). They are ...
... Where the queen stays when in Edinburgh ) and just took in the sights of all the beautiful old buildings and alleyways known as "closes " and came upon White Horse Close where Aunty Nan used to live. We actually saw it all those years ago (22 years ago to be precise!!!!!) with you kids but you probably don't remember ... Then bumped into dads second cousin Munro from Canada who is working over here while on her school summer break . We happened upon a beautiful little garden ...
... including 22 Gosford Road. We then went to the harbour and took a walk around it. We met with John Johnston at Viewforth Gospel Hall - Kent wanted to have a look inside. We first met John and his late wife, Ella, in 1972 and have caught up a couple of times since. We are on each other's Christmas card list. John had arranged for us to have lunch at the Craigielaw Golf Club which is on the road towards Longniddry. The Golf Club had lovely views ...
... down time.
From the pub it was back to the apartment where we set about organising some more of our European journey, the afternoon flew by and apart from Brendon stepping out for a quick trim and to pick up some bottles of wine nothing exciting occurred.
Eventually Brendon's friend Kirsty arrived home and the rest of the evening was spent catching up, drinking wine and enjoying a delicious home ...
... panel inset, traditionally painted letters adorned the front reading "cheesemonger Scotland's finest farmhouse cheeses". If you get close you can see the detail of the brush strokes.....Just perfect. As the door opened the luscious aroma of cheese filled the air. The somewhat pungent smell was warm and inviting. Behind the counter, a little old Scottish man stood with a smile on his face welcoming us in. He couldn't have been more kind, he was wearing a little plaid ...