Culture In Edinburgh

TRANSPORT – BA, easy jet, Flybe and Ryanair fly to Edinburgh from numerous UK airports. There are regular train services to Edinburgh Waverley from various U K cities including Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds and London King’s Cross. The city has a good bus service, including the Airlink Service 100 between the airport and the train station, plus tram links from the airport to the city. The best way to explore Edinburgh is on foot.


The Georgian Sheridan Guesthouse is a haven hidden away to the north of the New Town. The eight rooms have contemporary furniture and original artworks.

Cutting-edge design alongside the facade of a 19th-century church, the Glasshouse sports luxury rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, leather sofas, marble bathrooms and a rooftop garden.

The Sempill Suite’s velvet-draped four-poster at The Witchery.

Set in a 16th-century house in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle, The Witchery’s eight lavish Gothic suites are furnished with antiques, oak panelling, tapestries, open fires, four-poster beds and roll-top baths.


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