Premier Inn Edinburgh A1 (Musselburgh)

Address: Carberry Rd., Inveresk, East Lothian, Scotland, EH21 8PT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carberry Rd., Inveresk, is near Parliament Visitor Center, Jenner's, Newhailes, and Newhailes.
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      Magnificent Edinburgh (AKA The Royal Mile)

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 07, 2014

      17 photos

      ... of the hill overlooking the city. Probably more history in that place than most. I spent close to 2 hours and barely scratched the surface. Did see the Scottish equivalent of the Crown Jewels as part of the tour. Quite amazing and I wish I could have spent more time reading the stories and history. Now next would have been the Real St Mary's Close. Except I pre booked, before I left, on the Internet a 3pm tour. So, I had to ...

      Visit Perth (Scotland)

      A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Sep 25, 2014

      32 photos

      ... highland ancestral costume, undertake "the Wisky Experience" and learn how Scottish single malt wisky is made. Oh and buy stuff. The "Taste of Scotland" show and dinner is a bit out of the city (Prestonfield) but it is absolutely excellent. Bagpipes, highland music, modern music, haggis tasting, wisky sampling and beautiful dancers all combine to make a great night out. Research Mann family name in Scotland = DONE Visit Perth, Scotland = ...

      Moms birthday, rain, explorations and a pub!

      A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 08, 2014

      4 photos

      ... al of us we had the haggis nachos, melted Camembert with chutney, venison pie, chicken pie and steak pie. They were out of this world good. Everything was so fresh and filling. Hoping the rain had settled we decided to go check out some of the craft tents on our way back to old town. We hit a small fair at Andrews courtyard that was ok, of course they had their own beer tent. That followed by another series of tents past the Scottish gallery. They had the same type of crafty items. ...

      Day one! (or is it day two...)

      A travel blog entry by jsafnuk on Jul 02, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... hosts iconic gravestones such as "Thomas Riddler" "Moody" and "Mcgunagal" that JR Rowling used as inspiration in her Harry Potter books - walked down to grass market square where farmers used to meet to trade fodder for their animals to prepare them for the long winter. Now it is filled with small interesting shops and pubs - saw the elephant house cafe where the first two Harry Potter books were written -finished the tour back up by the Giles Kirk and learnt ...

      A wee Scottish adventure (part 1)

      A travel blog entry by natsully on Nov 21, 2013

      ... under our feet and we stood atop land where thousands had died in battle. Oh and I couldn't help but enjoy some Harry Potter stuff, since the stories were birthed here. I stopped in at the Elephant House cafe and look out over the Greyfriars Kirk, where JK Rowling had sat in that cafe and explored the cemetery and created characters based on the names of those buried souls. We even drove past where Hagrid's house was in the Highlands. I'm a sucker for this magical stuff!! But one ...