SouthSide Superior Apartments

7 & 11 Newington Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1QR, United Kingdom
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Weather - mid September to mid October

by basstbn

We are considering a post-retirement celebration trip to Great Britain in the fall. What type of weather could we "normally expect" to experience in Edinburgh from mid-September to mid-October? Thanks in advance.

RE: Weather - mid September to mid October

by leics

Like the rest of the UK, the weather in Edinburgh is fairly unpredictable. there's likely to be some rain (drizzle, showers, proper rain, whatever), more cloudy days than not,maybe some sunny periods, maybe some crisp frosty mornings (or not), maybe some mist (or not). It won't be very warm, but it won't be really, really cold either (though damp and wind always make days feel chillier than they really are). Average high in the mid-teens Celsius, average low around 6. Ish.

This page has climate averages for Edinburgh:

Take clothes you can layer, warm waterproof jacket, hat/scarf/gloves, unbrella......same as ever in UK!

Hope you have an excellent visit!

RE: Weather - mid September to mid October

by local_guide

If you could manage the visit a little earlier you would be able to experience the famous Edinburgh International Festival and also the Military Tatoo at Edinburgh Castle, although accommodation at that time can be more expensive.

The weather in Scotland can be very changeable at this time of year. Sometimes it can be reasonably mild and of course at other times it can be cold and wet.

If you check, you can get a forecast for the following seven days and also look at weather history for the other/same periods in previous years.

Edinburgh is quite cosmopolitan and many Scots would say not now really representative of Scotland. Having no axe to grind, coming from neither Edinburgh or Glasgow and now living in England, you might enjoy visiting Glasgow and taking the topless bus guided tour to see some of the country's finest Victorian Architecture. The museums (eg Kelvin Art Gallery), tend to be payment by donation, so in true Scot's character, generous in giving but good for those who are "careful with their money".

Hope you have a wonderful time.

RE: RE: Weather - mid September to mid October

by basstbn

Thanks for the information!

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

Princess Gardens

by Andrew_Vodo

Princess gardens are situated between the Royal Mile and Princess street. The Castle is seen really great from the gardens. The gardens are very bautiful, very green :)) Lots of trees, birds, very quiet place rigth in the centre of the city.


by MalenaN

In one of the souvenir shops at Edinburgh Castle I bought a tapestry cushion cover with a thistle on it. The thistle is a symbol of Scotland and has been so for many centuries.
The stories are many of how the thistle became the symbol of Scotland. One story is about how the army of king Hakon IV of Norway attacked the Scots. In 1263 king Alexander III wanted to buy back the Western Isles and Kintyre, which had been a Norwegian territory for a long time. The Norwegians had shown little interest in the region, but after king Alexander’s request the interest re-awoke. The Norwegians landed on the coast of Largs and wanted to surprise the Scots during night. To approach silently they removed their footwear. But the ground was covered in thistles and one of the men cried out loud. This warned the Scots of the Norwegian attack and in the end the Scots won.

Discover hidden treasures

by muneca5190

We accidentally got lost because of the guys wouldn't look at his map! Typical man. We started walking into several neighborhoods, starting talking to the locals, one elderly lady gave me a hand-knit scarf because she said I had lovely green eyes, we met Sean Connery, who was buying a townhouse, and we finally got to the main street with the help of the locals. Met many charming and helpful people, some of whom came by our hotel that night to toast our "un-lost anymore" victory. (We finally found the main road, that is when we discovered he actually had a map all along.) We missed the museum tour that day, but would not trade that experience for a museum trip, EVER!

Forth Road Bridge

by MalenaN

Forth Road Bridge is a big suspension bridge built over Firth of Forth. It was built between 1958 – 1964 and as it was opened the car ferries ceased to operate. The towers of the bridge are over 150 meters high and the mainspan is 1008 metres long and the sidespans are each 408 metres long.
It is possible to walk over the bridge (I didn't) but it is often very windy. For cars going north a toll must be paid.

Original style bar on the St

by clivedinburgh about Bar 38

Large bar that is busiest on weekends but gets the after work crowd during the week. Some seating around the edges but usually standing room only. The communual wash basins have probably spawned many a romance. Quite smart, no trainers/sportswear


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Address: 7 & 11 Newington Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1QR, United Kingdom