Merchiston Residence

4 Merchiston Avenue, Edinburgh, EH10 4NX, United Kingdom
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pubs and kids

by montroulez

There are lots of great pubs in Edinburgh but are not allowing kids in. Are there any good real ale pubs where children and adults can have a meal together.

RE: pubs and kids

by clivedinburgh

Not my type of thing but you could contact the local CAMRA group at the link below to see what they'd recommend.

RE: pubs and kids

by St_Vincent

One of my favourite real ale pubs in Edinburgh is the Guildford Arms on West Register Street off St Andrews Square. It has an upstairs restaurant plus a downstairs eating area. They may allow children not sure, you can phone them on 0131 556 4312 or visit website . If you do go there have a look in the Cafe Royal pub next door, it has some amazing decor.

One place I know they allow children is the Frankenstein pub on George IV Bridge off the Royal Mile, basic real ales but the kids will love the Frankenstein theme. Website


Travel Tips for Edinburgh

Princes Street - View Away from Ugly Shops

by scotlandscotour

After you have seen my previous "ugly" picture of Princes Street Shops and Architecture, you will be relieved to know that by turning round the view is THIS !

Here you can see down into the wonderful gardens that run the length of Princes Street, so unless you are catching a bus or shopping - head down into the green oasis.




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Each year during the summer months Edinburgh becomes the world's Festival City. It is the huge range and number of artistic events, performances and exhibitions happening throughout the city which makes Edinburgh unforgettable. It makes you feel that there is always something else happening around the corner which you are missing. There is; and you are. This is inevitable, part of the joy of the Festival.

The Edinburgh International Festival was founded in 1947. It is now recognised as one of the most important celebrations of the arts in the world.

The founders of the Festival believed that the Festival programmes should be of the highest possible artistic standard presented by the best artists in the world, that the Festival should enliven and enrich the cultural life of Europe, Britain and Scotland and that it should provide a period of flowering of the human spirit.


by GrantBoone

The wedding we were in Scotland for took place in Melville castle about 6 miles south east of the city. Built in 1784 it has recently been refurbished after laying derelict for 12 years! Some of the guests at the wedding had booked a room for the night at......£145!!

St Andrews Golf Course

by keeweechic

St Andrews Golf Course is probably the most famous course in the world. The new course (Par 72) is set aside the original course where golf was first played around 1400AD. The new course (Par 71) opened in 1895.

By Road, take the A90 out of Edinburgh heading towards the Forth Road Bridge. Once on the other side continue on the M90 to Junction 8 and you will see it sign posted to St Andrews. Take the A91 on to Cupar and St Andrews.

The Rainbow Connection: CC...

by OwenMeany

The Rainbow Connection: CC Blooms, Elm row

What can be said for the tackiest all-time classic CC's. Friday night? CC's. Saturday night? CC's! Sunday night? CC's (or Tackno every last Sunday of the month) Monday night? Ok stay in. Tuesday night? CC's - Retro nights a must!

The only place with free entrance, cheesy music and the same old faces every single time. Sad. But it's awfully addictive. The tackiest you can ever wear. This includes from I love Kylie baby size t-shirts to Kilts and fetish wear.


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Address: 4 Merchiston Avenue, Edinburgh, EH10 4NX, United Kingdom