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?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Agenda Hotel Edinburgh
Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
... Her husband died and left her his estate and made her a burgess, so she acquired everything he owned, including power, a seat on the council, and voting rights, which is unimaginable for a woman in that time! The hour-long tour was absolutely fascinating, and hearing how the poor people of Edinburgh lived during this time and in this place was atrocious. Each room was about the size of a hotel room, and housed 3-4 families, around 15 people. The close itself is only about ...
best place in Scotland! so medival, so cultural.
Completely worth every penny, very old Scotland. We saw an amazing castle and took a tour of the city.
We went to an old castle which was amazing. At 1pm they had an offical gun fire, which was a cannon. The shortage heritage is so interesting, or so eye drawing. Men in kilts, enough ...
... of how it came to be like that from war or Mother Nature. Castles that are kept up usually don’t allow picture taking and you can never touch anything which, if anyone knows me, drives me crazy! After the castle tour, Anna and I waited for the cruise on the Loch Ness. I am sad to report that Nessie did not come out to greet us that day :’( I asked the folks in the gift shop along the Loch if they’d ever seen her/him/it but they did not give me a straight ...
... and even then we had no idea if we were heading the right way. After walking half an hour in the wrong direction once we got to the track and then eventually to the summit it was so beautiful!!! Rolling hills as far as the eye could see, little villages and hedgerows. The weather in the lake district is so unpredictable one moment glorious sunshine next ******* down. Loved the lake district would love to come back and do some more tracks.
From the Lakes District we head ...
... here is birdwatching.The Scottish Ornithologists Club at Aberlady - Waterston House looks out over the Aberlady Bay Local Nature Reserve. Dedicated car parks and bridges and boardwalks extend out into the foreshore and sand flats. We stopped for lunch at a German bakery that had wicked cakes in the display case - resisted temptation! Made dinner for A.Dot to thank her for everything. Pork belly. ...