We love this city. From quiet cobbled streets on a winter evenings to the fabulous Festival vibes of summer, Edinburgh has loads to offer. We give you the local scoop, the inside info from the city we call home.
Although of course in every mews you have a fully equipped kitchen if you are like us going out for breakfast is a treat. Whether it’s a lazy Sunday brunch, a quick bowl of porridge before a meeting or breakfast with the kids all our recommendation will be for you.
Loved by little kids and big kids alike !
Just a 20 minute journey from the centre of Edinburgh is the EICA climbing centre. At the time of its opening in 2003 it was the biggest indoor climbing arena in the world.
For 800 years Dean Village was the site of Edinburgh’s flour mills. Today the mills are gone and it has become a tranquil oasis as well as a good starting point for a walk along the Water of Leith to Stockbridge and beyond or Murrayfield in the opposite direction.
Situated a few miles outside Edinburgh, Jupiter Artland is a fascinating place to visit. It is open from mid May to end September and includes exhibitions, a cafe and shop.
World-renowned scientific centre for the study of plants, their diversity and conservation.
Wander round the exhibits and enjoy some great food in one of the cafes. Follow the path to the Dean Village for more culture.
We love seafood and Scotland produces a lot of very high-quality seafood each year. Unfortunately, a lot goes abroad but you can find it in Edinburgh and here is where…
Open every Sunday from 10am-5pm in Jubilee Gardens by the Water of Leith
“Do you think we could love Scotland any more than we do now?”