Kenneth Mackenzie Suite

7, Richmond Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9ST, uk
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
13%
19
Very Good
51%
75
Average
21%
32
Poor
8%
12
Terrible
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8

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  • Families76
  • Couples71
  • Solo64
  • Business50

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The Kenneth Mackenzie suite

by kat-m

I would say it was more of a B&B than an hotel, but it was lovely and clean. The location was perfect for getting around, we found parking no problem and it was central enough to get around Old town and indeed not too far a walk to Princes street. The choice of breakfast was excellent and we had a nice quiet room in a city centre.

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Holyrood Park from Calton Hill.Holyrood Park from Calton Hill.

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Roslin Glenn or Rosslyn Glen - Worth a visit?

by ringleader

Hi there! Our group of 19 young teen students will be staying just across the river from the Roslin Glenn and the Rosslyn Chapel. We're using these Victorian cottages we're staying in as our base for touring Scotland; however, we have one day left to plan,Easter Sunday, which is the day before we leave Scotland. We are torn between whether we should take the day and go see St. Andrews or if we should take a relaxing day, walk across the footbridge to the Chapel for Easter morning service and then spend 3 or 4 hours walking around the glen.

I need to decide if this would be an interesting venture (the glen) for a bunch of teenagers or if it would turn out to be a ho-hum anti-climax to their visit. I understand it's a wooded area with some stone ruins and wildlife besides the chapel.

Other places the kids will be visiting are Edinburgh, Stirling, Loch Ness, the borderlands, Dunkeld, Blair Atholl, and Linlithgow.

Any other suggestions as to a must-see location not too far from Roslin Glen that could be accomplished in three-four hours - and that might appeal to teens would be appreciated.

Thank you!

Re: Roslin Glenn or Rosslyn Glen - Worth a visit?

by jcourtnellsmith

St Andrews is a must if you are keen on golf. There is a wonderful golf museum right beside the old course. If driving it should take less than 90 minutes. I don't think they allow golf on Sundays on the old course but the public is free to walk the course ( photos on the famous Swilken bridge ? ) Return at a leisurely pace via the "East Neuk of Fife", some lovely coastal towns.

Re: Roslin Glenn or Rosslyn Glen - Worth a visit?

by jcourtnellsmith

St Andrews is a must if you are keen on golf. There is a wonderful golf museum right beside the old course. If driving it should take less than 90 minutes. I don't think they allow golf on Sundays on the old course but the public is free to walk the course ( photos on the famous Swilken bridge ? ) Return at a leisurely pace via the "East Neuk of Fife", some lovely coastal towns.

Re: Roslin Glenn or Rosslyn Glen - Worth a visit?

by jcourtnellsmith

Sorry, I had a senior moment !

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

Winter Wonderland (IV)

by steventilly

The stalls are colourful and sell nice stuff for Christmas - both decorations and gifts, with some lovely food too. We bought some prizewinning Dusseldorf Stollen cake, and something for our tree...

the pub

by dotshand

the pub is a great meeting place for a chat and a pint (beer or lager) There are lots of pubs to go to, some are themed pubs and there are still a lot traditional pubs left with big wooden bars and wooden floors that sell traditional scottish ales, go along chat with the locals or just watch the football or rugby on the t.v.

Holyrood Park, Crag, & Arthur's Seat

by Packerman

I would assume that only one out of every 25 tourists actually has the motivation to make the climb up to Arthur's Seat. I believe this is a dead volcano, but nonetheless it is a large hill and the highest point in Edinburgh.

Calton Hill

by steventilly

Calton Hill lies at the east end of Princes Street (roughly speaking). It's something of an odd place. It's like a "monument dumping ground", full of monuments to this, that and the other, with no apparent uniformity or meaning in their layout.
First thing you'll see as you climb Calton Hill is likely to be the Nelson Memorial - built in 1816 to resemble an upturned telescope.

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Address: 7, Richmond Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9ST, uk