Craigelachie Hotel

21 Murrayfield Avenue, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 6AU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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So much plaid!

A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... But we enjoyed our time there, admiring the sign for the men's restroom which was complete with a man having a monocle and mustache...only in Scotland. We even split a bit of scotch-whiskey. We had finally warmed up and decided it was time to go home. Which meant we had to put our wet coats, scarves and gloves back on...ugh.

We made it back to the car, freezing again, and headed to the hotel. It was a little difficult to find ...

Athens of the North

A travel blog entry by rozzij


... We're on the way to Edinburgh. The lowland tartans are brighter than the highlands. There are 3 tartans: 1Day Tartan - worn daily 2Hunting Tartan - muted colours 3Dress Tartan - most colourful We pass Lockerbie. We drive along the Tweed River valley with purple Heather on the banks and hills, through beautiful scenery and pretty villages. Scotland is beautiful - I didn't expect it to be so beautiful. We passed through a little ...

Fringe fest fun

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... a food truck (I love food trucks) amazing tacos this time, and went to the Pleasance, which is another square filled with pop up pubs and loads of shows. Few more bevvies in there to kill some time before the day's main event; Tom Thumb and Jamie MacDowell. Holy ****, it was out of this world. It was one dude rocking out on his guitar and singing, with the other guy doing all of the other instruments with his mouth - beatboxing. Jamie had got a tip from someone at work ...

Edinburgh = Auld Reekie and the nastiness

A travel blog entry by fendall


... and was now faced with the errors of my ways. I first had arrived at The Howse, then walked around to Nether Hill and Crow Hill, and finally at Arthur’s Seat. On the return way, I traveled down the Dry Dam trail, that took me past the ruins of St. Anthony’s Chapel & Well.

I took a few additional pictures of Holyrood Palacehouse and then walked back up Canongate toward’s the Royal Mile. I was absolutely parched, and decided I could ...

Mum and Dad finally arrive!

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... the full roasted pig in the window. Served up on fresh bread, with all the trimmings of stuffing, cracklie and a squirt of apple sauce - my bite was pretty A+. The whisky was YUM - I'm definitely starting to get into in more and more.

That night, instead of going out again we went to MnS for a huge antipasti spread. It was amazingly good - especially the walnut bread we get and we sat at home discussing Italian plans and booking plans in for the next few weeks. Bliss

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This hotel, located in the Murrayfield area of Edinburgh, is near Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Gorgie City Farm, Dean Gallery, and Murrayfield Ice Rink.
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