Botanic House Hotel

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

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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    Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

    Day 1: Scotland

    A travel blog entry by bkritter on Jul 15, 2014

    21 photos

    ... all night, grab our bags and try to remain patient as we move at sloth-like speed down the aisle. Finally, we're here! The airport is tiny, but efficient. Scotland waits just outside the sliding doors, but, alas, there is no tour guide to meet us. So, we sit, cooling our heels, while we try to find out what happens next.

    All night long on the plane, we've been listening to some folks with deep Southern twangs, which I just ...

    Land of the Scots

    A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jun 26, 2014

    16 photos

    ... deserved feed at Wetherspoons (our new found fav eating place….and there went our healthy day….) and ciders back at the hostel in the Belushi's bar where we watched Argentina play *****ia in the World Cup. Chris and Chanel had a quiet night in of movies, while Phil and I decided to get our money's worth with our pubcrawl wristbands and headed out for another night on the town….. The cafe with a view- Thursday 26th June Last day in Edinburgh. ...

    Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 01, 2014

    4 photos

    We had a simple plan today - not too much driving, across to Glasgow and home early. Glasgow is just over an hour from Edinburgh on the freeway, but we were diverted by a sign to New Lanark, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A cotton mill was built here in 1786 on the only falls on the River Clyde. The manager from 1800, Robert Owen, was a social reformer and provided housing, education and a safe workplace for his employees. The town became an example of Utopian socialism. We had to ...

    First day in Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by coe on Mar 23, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... one guide was trying to prove that a lot of the literature was written in the surrounding pubs and each person was quite the drinker. The second guide took the educational perspective. It was impressive. Apparently they do the tour with older groups and then incorporate having a few "pops" along the way in the various pubs. For supper we ate at a place called 1780. I chose the steak and ale dish. It was quite tasty ...

    Treasure Hunting

    A travel blog entry by chrisandgail on Nov 25, 2013

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