From Edinburgh's local experts with recommendations of what to do and where to do it while you're in Scotland's capital.
enjoy something different each time you visit.
French style restaurant in Edinburghs' Newtown.
contemporary and traditional tapas from all the regions of Spain
A beautiful venue set over two floors, the 150-capacity venue serves cocktails & wine, live music and food till 3am.
If you’re a whisky fan, don’t miss a chance to explore history and heritage of scotch in the heart of Scotland’s capital city…
White Horse Oyster & Seafood Bar, situated on the site of the oldest inn on the Royal Mile.
Go beyond the guidebooks with award-winning small-group tours of 16 passengers or less.
Amazing wee patisserie.. a true hidden gem!
The Palace of Holyroodhouse, referred to as Holyrood Palace, is the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland.
The Edinburgh Playhouse is the largest working theatre in the UK in terms of audience capacity, seating 3,059 people over three levels.
This multiple award winning bartenders also serve inventive seasonal cocktails, a considered wine list and selected craft beers.
Scotland's capital is well known for its great shopping.. take a trip Thistle Street to explore some fantastic independent boutiques.
There is always plenty to do and see when in Edinburgh over the Christmas period!
We have fantastic Edinburgh Holiday apartments for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Made famous as the place of inspiration to writers such as J.K. Rowling
Holyrood Park is a short walk from Edinburgh’s Royal Mile in the heart of the city. It is a 640 acre Royal Park adjacent to Holyrood Palace.
Whether you fancy a bottle of Champagne, a pint with friends or a wee dram, the Bon Vivant aims to cater for all tastes....
Traditional Scottish pub in the heart of the Newtown
Still a secret hidden gem to most, Nightcap is a cosy cocktail restaurant and bar over two floors.