Edinburgh House Hotel

90-92 Pilrig Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6 5AY, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

The Real Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by benstevens


... impressive display. Then again, perhaps it was something in the Scottish beer..

I wandered around a little more and captured the people and sights as I went by with my lens. There was a fire juggling acrobat being closely watched by a small child, a tartan dressed punk with a mohawk being interviewed for some opinion piece on TV, and one of the most pierced persons I've ever seen in my life. Being a frequent flyer, my first thought was how much trouble she (I ...

The final road home

A travel blog entry by adventurescot


... cuppa. I generally stop at the village shop in Longhorsley but as it’s so close to Newcastle and only has outside seats I decided to head for the historic town of Coldstream which is also the 1st town in Scotland.

As I head along this scenic road it’s getting colder and colder and soon I’m thinking I should stop and put on a few extra layers of clothes.

I have it set in my mind that I will stop at Coldstream and of course every town that keeps ...

Inspired island life

A travel blog entry by jenandeuan


... Bar in the Harbour Inn for a little beer and some utterly delicious food, by far the best of the holiday!
Oddly enough, we were reluctant to have to pedal off. Only 10 miles back, but the 40 ish minutes it took seemed to go on forever. The road might be flat, but it was straight into a strong headwind, so was really hard work. Glad to be back, we've just had a bit of a relax this evening. Sorry that we don't have more time on Islay and Jura - we will be back!


Edinburgh - Day 2

A travel blog entry by cpeirson


... there. The Battle of Stirling Bridge took place in 1297 with William Wallace and the Battle of Bannicburn in 1314 with Robert the Bruce. The medieval city itself is charming with windy cobblestone streets, lovely old home and shops.

We learned about the history of kilts. Medieval kilts were simply lengths of died woolen cloths that were wrapped around the waist, secured with a belt and thrown over the shoulder. It wasn't until the 1700's that ...

Morgans, Morgans and Morgans

A travel blog entry by janetanne


... to another lovely old pub which was heavin so the rest of the afternoon was spent here before we jumped the bus and headed for home in between dodging all the showers.

Sunday was Sandra's Birthday more cause for celebration and all the family came over for drinks and Birthday Cake!! God this lot are noisy. It was so good to be around all my other family members.


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This 3 star hotel, located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, is near Old Town, Blair Castle, Greyfriars Bobby Memorial, and Leith.
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