Premier Inn Edinburgh Leith Waterfront
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Edinburgh Leith Waterfront
No complaints , will stay again , food next door very reasonable and tasty and inexpensive , kids eat free , Fish and chips amazing. A must stay to avoid the parking issues in Edinburgh. Very modern reception and rooms crisp and clean.....
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... pointed out to us on a previous walking tour including the small church the Queen attends when she is in town. The doors weren’t open today because we were told that when it is chilly the elderly volunteers do not open the doors.
We also pop into ...
... was quite interesting.The bus went through the town of Leith and down to the docks where the royal yacht Britannia is moored. From what little I could see, it is a magnificent vessel. As the weather was not looking very hospitable, I decided to stay on the bus, rather than get off and explore the yacht, and continued the tour back into town. I would simply have to come back to Edinburgh and tour it at that time.
I have just completed the second leg of my sixth road trip since being in the UK. For this stage my friend Donnach from Northern Ireland joined Deirdre and I. Hence I am now sharing a car with a short Indian and a crazy Irishman. After picking up Donnach from the Glasgow airport we found somewhere to stop and enjoy a cooked breakfast. After this we travelled up the west coast with no firm plan in place - how I love to travel, and had our first dilemma at Crianlarich - Oban ...
... spiral stairs up for a nice view about 20 feet above the crowd. You could get a better birds-eye view of the Royal Mile below, and at the same time people watch to the unsuspecting tourists below.
Further down, was a small sign signifying Lady Stairs Close. Within the courtyard was a small Writers’ Museum, filled with information and memorabilia related to Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832), Robert Burns (1759-1796), and Robert Louis Stevenson ...
... for ourselves. We braved some nasty rain and wandered around soaking up the sites. We strolled along the Royal Mile down to Hollyrood palace. We climbed up into giant hills that overlook the city for some cloudy vistas. We attempted to climb Arthur’s Seat, a dormant volcano on the edge of old town, but got lost on the road.
The following day, we took a tour through the queen’s boat, the Britannia. I tell you what; the royals really ...