The Rutland Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews The Rutland Hotel Edinburgh
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... of food - rolls with ham and tomato, buttered fruit loaf, meringues, ginger cake. We took our leave around 5 pm and headed for Edinburgh. Unfortunately we did not enter the city on the same road we had left it so we dropped Heather and Ern off a few streets away from their hotel while we continued on to find our way to the Europcar drop-off area. It was complicated, but we eventually found it. It was then a short walk back to our flat in Hanover ...
... and dug up and buried and dug up and lost and found repetitively throughout history. At the moment, they are located in a tower in the castle and were quite spectacular to see. We also enjoyed the war memorial in the castle, which was very well done. It was great to see, as we were leaving the castle, a giant queue that had formed to enter the castle, it seems we had, by luck, stumbled in at the perfect moment. Feeling we had seen and done all the castle had to offer, ...
... decided to indicate it's battery was running out of electrons! Thank goodness for the GoPro being suitably charged & functional! Needed to warm up so took ourselves off to the café for a coffee & apricot slice thingy followed by caramel & marshmallow chocolate thingy's! Had a bit more of a wander around the castle. Saw the Queen's jewels & slab of throne rock! Visited a few tourist shops & purchased a number of items. Walked to Princess Street where we ...
... rail and household vegetable plots established as Victory Gardens. Rows of back to back stone social housing were built and are still tenanted adjacent to the Tyne River. Some of the remains of the Wall were visible in the city. Hadrian's Wall is a world heritage listed site, building commenced in 122 AD extending for 120 miles to keep Roman England safe from the Scottish Picts . It was 15' high had 17 forts and 9' wide with turrets and ditches. It stretched from North ...
... since it was my first time in Belgium, even though I was stuck in the airport. After the long layover, the flight was pretty quick to Edinburgh!
From the airport I took a bus into the main city centre and Lindsay was there waiting for me at the bus stop. We dropped my bags off at the hostel (which was conveniently at the bottom of Edinburgh Castle) and grabbed some dinner before exploring the town. We walked through the Princes Garden surrounding the castle, which was ...