The Northumberland Hotel

Address: 31 - 33 Craigmillar Park, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH16 5PE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Brunstane area of Edinburgh, is near Parliament Visitor Center, Craigmillar Castle, Portobello Beach, and One Spa.
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    We are coming soon

    A travel blog entry by family_thing on Oct 29, 2014

    All is packed, heads full of ideas and expectations what to see and do in the evening when we fly in. Not much time. Tomorrow we go further to the West coast to OBAN.


    A travel blog entry by kharby on Sep 09, 2014

    64 photos

    ... back to our hotel and went over to take a peek inside the Airth Castle, which is converted into a hotel and a haunted one I might add, according to our coach driver who had to stay there on one of his trips. Never again...was his sentiment. In the evening we went to Prestonfield Round Stables for a delicious dinner and Scotish show of highland dance, fiddle, accordion and drumming, with some group dancing with the audience and Virginia ...

    Day 2 Drama

    A travel blog entry by aprilmaeeads on Jun 21, 2014

    26 photos

    ... saw Greyfriar's Kirkyard, where a Skye terrier,Bobby, slept over his dead master's grave for 14 years. We also saw a graveyard J. K. Rowling was known to frequent. We spied the graves of Tom Riddle, Professor Mcgonagall and Moody! We also saw some great views of Edinburgh Castle.
    After lunch at The Mitre (same place we went the night before), we had a quick nap before our walking ghost tour! We hadn't walked enough, and thought we needed to get in a few more ...

    Edinburgh Castle & The Britannia

    A travel blog entry by rozzij on Aug 28, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... I felt extremely sad - almost like the spirits of those who died were there and I could feel their presence. After the Castle we drove to Leith to see the Britannia. It was built on the River Clyde, Glasgow and was decommissioned in Portsmouth in 1997 when Tony Blair said the upkeep was too expensive. It hasn't changed since 1953, the year it was built. All the clocks on board stopped at 3.02 when the Queen stepped off the ship for the last time. It's full of ...

    Its A Small World

    A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5 on May 26, 2013

    1 comment, 95 photos

    ... uphill.

    Walking uphill we came to a rather 'posh' neighborhood, with a curved row of houses that reminded me of that famous row of houses in Bath. If you've seen the BBC's latest movie version of Jane Austen's film Persuasion, than you know what I'm talking about. On the other side of the street was a bit of green that looked like a park that sloped downhill, but had a path that ran next to the street. We opted for the path, until we realized we might need to cross the ...