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Prevailing winds meant that most cities that grew in industrial Britain had their most desirable neighbourhoods to the west – upwind of factory fumes. Edinburgh was no exception, with its wealthiest citizens settling in its West End and leaving behind grand Georgian townhouses, private gardens and genteel crescents. These backstreets remain as dignified and sleepy as ever, and most of the action here lies along the district’s busy main roads. Lothian Road connects to southern Edinburgh and harbors a vague entertainment district: three theatres and the city’s main indie cinema. All attract a select crowd, the sort who appreciate the Saturday Edinburgh’s Farmers’ Market around the corner. The West End’s other great thoroughfare, Shandwick Place, is dominated by trams trundling out to the suburbs and airport, and shoppers picking up last-minute items before hopping aboard.
More recent than most: 1800s. Early morning light through the stained glass makes the nave very pretty.
Incredible carvings around doors and arches. Three towers -- all tall. Main tower goes from square to an octagon which is pretty unique.
Walk around the whole thing. Need an hour minimum.
Many mornings the organist is there practicing. He's very good. Added...
Centrally located, excellent facilities, friendly staff, well-organised food and coffee distribution, clean bathrooms and common areas. I go to a lot of conferences and this centre really shines as a venue with great service even for large groups.
The Great Hall is yet another feature of Edinburgh Castle that is not to be skipped. It is a grand room with all sorts of things to see. I loved the weapons and armor lining the walls as well as the stained glass windows. Absolutely should not be skipped when visiting the Castle complex.
On a night out or two, passed by this rather impressive building and admired its architecture. I believe it is a records office of some kind, but today I am reviewing it from the few fleeting glimpses I got of it while enjoying nights out in the city, do love the architecture of Edinburgh though.
I had an excellent 3 course meal for 25 pounds. The food was excellent and it was somewhat comparable with Michelin-star restaurants. The service was outstanding as well. And the decor/entourage is very pleasant and classy. Next time when I'm in Edinburgh I will definitely visit this restaurant again.
This is a fantastic,welcoming,sushi restaurant,by far and away the best Suso we've ever eaten,service is amazing,the food fresh tasty and very well presented,however,due to the quality and size booking is a must,keep up the good work and thank you for our amazing visit,we will be back soon
We had a very good lunch. The food was really tasty and worth the price. Nice prawns and chicken dishes. If I can back for dinner I’d like to try the tasting menu. Friendly and helpful staff. Good location near the Usher Hall
We stayed here for my partners birthday and the Chester Residence was exceptional. Beautiful apartments, fantastic location, staff were very helpful - couldn’t ask for any more. Really worth it for a luxury getaway. We will certainly be back.
We had a great stay at this hotel during our recent trip to Edinburgh.
All the staff we met over the 5 days were really friendly and helpful. Always someone available if needed some advice etc.
The bar/restaurant/lounge area is really nice. Always very clean and the breakfast was great value for money. It's £5 for continental style breakfast. Also...
We had suite 1, a huge, sunny room on the lowest floor. The parking at this hotel is free and plentiful. The Scottish porter who helped with our bags could not have been friendlier. The room had a large jacuzzi which was excellent as well as White Company toiletries. The shower was weak and unfortunately had a shower curtain. There...
The hotel is spread in old houses both side on the road. These old properties are made more than up to the mark with most latest fixtures.
Staff is very friendly and helpful.
Good they serve is excellent. Bar is just perfect with typical ethnic decor.
Nothing can be better than this place. You are just 15 mi away from...
My partner and I stayed at The Rutland for 1 night in a corner deluxe room. As we had drove to Edinburgh, we parked the car at the nearest car park, castle terrace. With staying at The Rutland, you receive a parking token which gives you 50% off your parking charges. The car park is a 5 min walk from...