Ardmillan Hotel

9 - 10 Ardmillan Terrace, Edinburgh, EH11 2JW, United Kingdom
Ardmillan Hotel
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Forum Posts

Mobile coverage in New Town

by MrsGrey

Does anyone know which mobile networks have the best coverage in New Town?

RE: Mobile coverage in New Town

by Pixiekatten


I have had O2, Virgin mobile, Tesco and Orange and never had any problems with coverage anywhere in Edinburgh. I'd say the only thing that differ is their prices..
Be careful to get a deal with the Carphone Wearhouse. Several of my friends had problems with them.


RE: RE: Mobile coverage in New Town

by paulinuk2u

get a tesco simcard look at them online you might be able to buy online?they might send it to you?

RE: RE: Mobile coverage in New Town

by clivedinburgh

I'm assuming you mean what coverage is best when inside the various New Town buildings (eg basement bars such as the Opal Lounge). In this instance I've tended to find that O2 and Vodafone offer the better coverage. I've used Virgin (provided by T Mobile) and Orange recently and never seem to have as good as coverage as my mates that use the other 2 networks.

Hope that helps.


RE: RE: Mobile coverage in New Town

by paulinuk2u

o2 is the supplier for tesco if you get/want one

RE: RE: Mobile coverage in New Town

by Pixiekatten

Tesco is good. And cheap with some great deals. Only downside is (was, they might have changed it now) that with other operators you can top up in most shops that got the green logo in their windows. To top up a Tesco mobile you either need to do it via your credit card or buy a voucher at Tesco...

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

Edinburgh Tip

by Carmanah

was discovering all the little alternative shops along Princes Street. April '96 was the start of certain trends, such as the hippy 'Girl Power' revival - all the shops had hippy-themed clothing and accessories. It was also the start of alternative-coloured nailpolish (ie: blue, green, glitter, etc). It was here where I purchased several accessories for my sister.

The Festival Cavalcade

by uglyscot

Before the festival begins, there is a Cavalcade of floats advertising the participants. It was not advertised because of security,but we heard from a friend and made our way to Prince's Street down which the parade would drive. There were already people waiting at noon, though the parade was due to start at 2.30pm. We grabbed good positions near the art gallery and waited, and waited. Eventually a dignatory appeared, and later the Lady Provost. Then the parade proper- floats , marching bands, acrobats etc. Cheap sparkly necklaces were thrown into the crowd or handed out to those who caught the performers' eyes.
It was all very cheerful and colourful and enabled one to get flyers, and see what events might be worth seeing.

The hidden streets and passageways of the Old Town

by gordonilla

The old town of Edinburgh seems to have a great many side streets, closes and alleyways. They lead to streets and squares which many residents and visitors do not encounter.

The picture shows Advocates Close which leads to a stairway which takes you down from the Royal Mile through the Old Town without the hassle of traffic and roads.

The one point to note is that they are sometimes secluded, and may not always lead to where you want to reach!


by keeweechic

Kirkcaldy is the largest town in Fife which stretches out in a wide sweeping arc along the coast of Firth of Forth. The town was gifted to the monks of Dunfermline Abbey in 1364 and expanded rapidly in the 19th century with the development of textile, linoleum and the coal industry.

Kirkcaldy has one of Scotland's largest indoor markets.

Be cool in Edinburgh

by Weener about Opal Lounge

Cool downstairs bar in George Street.

Dark and retro, very cool music, and fantastic cocktails.

Liked it here and would highly recommend a visit. Smart, no 'wings' if you are on a hen night!! I saw a girl get told to take off her 'wings' before entering, Quite funny i thought seeing her face as she carried her wings in her hands walking down into the bar


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