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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    Our European Adventure - Chapter 6

    A travel blog entry by brods1 on Sep 01, 2015

    10 photos

    ... found a parking spot. We were staying in an apartment, but the address wasn't actually a street address but some wanky address that was supposed to imply the "trendy" nature of the neighbourhood we were in - Tweed Walk, Yeoman Court. Not an address that is easily to spot, so I thought it best to call our host and see if she can confirm if we were in the right street (or neighbourhood for that matter). Then the phone died as the battery ran out. Head in hands, ...

    Journey to the North - Part I

    A travel blog entry by sadfanboy on Aug 06, 2014


    ... out again, I decided to do a load of washing in the laundry room of one of the neighbouring blocks.

    At 7 o'clock, I headed for the bus-stop. As I did so, I noticed several large tour coaches leaving the University grounds - it turns out that many of the visiting performers for the Tattoo are also staying on the campus grounds! I hopped onto the next bus and headed into town.

    Having missed my stop at the Royal Mile, I hopped off on the North Bridge and walked back ...


    A travel blog entry by hralbee on Jan 25, 2014

    44 photos

    ... day we went to the famous Edinburgh Castle which was quite amazing. It is actually built extremely high up on an extinct volcano and held many prisoners of war and other important royal and military people. There were cannons lining the castle and lots of rooms inside full of history. The castle is still used for important occasions and even has a cemetery for dogs, which I loved. Next, was a quick stop at a cafe for a cheese and tomato toastie. After that ...

    Kringe at the Fringe

    A travel blog entry by urawally on Aug 06, 2013

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... silence from behind me, in the direction of my true love, not a good indication). Then I had this image of me wearing a kilt and walking over an air vent like Marilyn Monroe, with the kilt rising above my head and the rest doesn't bare thinking about, especially as we know what a Scotsman wears under his kilt. Now I know why William Wallace cried out "you can take my life, but yoooo'll nevvvveeer take my freeeedom". Mind you, it was ...

    Ghosts of Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Jun 24, 2013

    30 photos

    ... think it was, then we all headed off. Ash went home, and the rest of us went back to Whistle Binkies. We stayed outside with Victoria and Mary before going in, and they all got a pizza to share. We went into the pub, and sat at the table with the rest of the crew. Most of us were on the waters at this stage, and everyone seemed a little flat, after so many days of partying in a row, so we weren't there long! We said our final goodbyes to everyone, then made the big walk back and went to ...