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.

    Scotland at heart!

    A travel blog entry by kkmedia on May 26, 2015

    51 photos

    ... and Loch Ness Tour! Of course calling it a night only meant going back to my room to relax and try and get my Samsung ATIV Tablet up and running so I could update this blog, didn't work out to my advantage in the end, oh well :)

    The next morning, I woke up, got ready and walked 5 mins to the Tour office, it was a full day tour and included Doune Castle, Callander, Glencoe where I saw a Bagpiper, Pitlochry where we stopped and I ...

    Edinburgh is the Best Place. Ever.

    A travel blog entry by lindalochrie on Feb 20, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... him to death. Rough life, Dad.
    Halfway through the tour we had a break in the Grassmarket. James pointed out two places to go into, one was a milk bar, the other, a real bar. He also noted that it was like noon, and probably too early for a beer, but that the milk bar had real hot chocolate. So of course we went to the bar. Shots of whiskey anyone? Had to warm up somehow.



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    The Festival City

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Aug 08, 2013

    24 photos

    ... and drum bands, highland dancers, and also featured bands from Korea, New Zealand and Mexico. Being a Seymour girl, which had many scottish traditions, I loved hearing the bagpipes and marching drums. It brought back countless memories from the many sports days, swimming carnivals and formal occasions, where we would all march down the hill to the beat of the drums. The castle acted as a spectacular back drop to the dramatic light show and fireworks during the ...

    Snowy Scotland

    A travel blog entry by nicolejane88 on Apr 06, 2013

    4 photos

    ... Galec language and lowlands (Edinburgh, Glascow etc) speak the Old Scottish language. There was no sight of Nessy when we visited Loch Ness (loch meaning lake in Galec). The towns we visited were Inverness (highlands capital), Pitlochry and Fort Augustus. In Augustus we watched some boats get lowered and raised using a boat canal, it was pretty cool to watch. Our tour guide warned us about chasing after all the cute lambs in the ...