Botanic House Hotel

27 Inverleith Row, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 5QH, United Kingdom | Hotel

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UK to Scotland

A travel blog entry by sarahandrich


... information point where he read that Whitby was the birth place of Captain James Cook. It was here that he joined the Navy and eventually with his skill of navigation became a captain of his own ship, set sail and as most people know found a few plots of land on his travels including our home country New Zealand. After a cup of coffee, made on site may I (in the camper) we drove off to find somewhere to park for the night. We are now parked in a rest area or picnic area where ...

My Journal of the Driving Trip

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie


... and we had a massive lounge room with a bottle of red wine waiting. The fireplace was set, just next to the grand piano in the corner. There were binoculars on the windowsill for bird watching, books in the book shelf, board games and a small collection of old-fashioned English movies. Our night consisted of Pride and Prejudice, cooking marshmallows, a very tightly-fought match of Scrabble and I saw one bird (how many birds do I have to see before I ...

Johnstone and Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by debrahuntley

... which was ver kind, and Jane took me for a drive around the lovely farming countryside and to a lookout over the river Clyde. Their home and garden is lovely. Alison's home is compact, and she has some lovely watercolours of Australian gums to remind her of home. Arrived back in Edinburgh after 7 so way too late to do any of the Princes Street shopping I was planning. Too cold to go back out at 9.30 pm to the Royal ...

The longest short day....

A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013


... walked down the main avenue for a bit, seeing pipers and other street performers, and then made our way down to the Scotland Historical Museum. It was free. So we decided to walk around for a bit, but the place is really huge. You could easily spend a couple of days there. We made our way through the early civilization of Northumbria (Great Britain) to the reformation of Scotland (Changing from Catholic to a Presbyterian Church). After a while, our ...

FINALLY! We're in Scotland!

A travel blog entry by mccausland


... their first time this year. It was VERY cold and windy out, but no rain and we even saw the sun later in the evening which give the city a whole new glow.

We were now very cold and hungry as it was almost 8:15. We stopped in for dinner at The Royal Mile Tavern where we enjoyed Belhaven Ale (a Scottish ale) and made a toast to Edinburgh. Dave ordered up Haggis, Tatties and Neeps. (haggis, potatoes, and turnips) and I opted for ...


This hotel, located in the Inverleith area of Edinburgh, is near Real Mary King's Close, Royal Botanic Garden, The West Lothian Golf Club, and Golspie Golf Club.
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