Steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful scenery, visit Edinburgh and The Lothians to enjoy a fantastic area with plenty of attractions to visit and picturesque countryside to discover. There is a strong diversity between natural and architectural landscape across the city and countryside, which means there is plenty to do and see in the region.
Whether you are planning a weekend away or a holiday in Scotland, Edinburgh should most definitely be on your bucket list. Around 4 million tourists a year flock to the bustling city to visit its medieval castles, historic buildings and to hear tales of the city’s ghostly folklore. Not to mention the many festivals the city holds each year! Edinburgh is the world’s leading festival city, with a diverse range of annual festivals, such as the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Hogmanay and Edinburgh International Film Festival.
The blend of old and new, together with the warmth of the people is what makes Edinburgh so special. The Scottish capital provides locals with the perfect destination to experience the many sights, sounds and tastes of the truly unique and characterful city.
If you are planning a trip to Edinburgh, a pub stay is the perfect choice for those wanting to experience the local culture and gastronomy. Pubs have their own distinctive charm and a welcoming environment, which is ideal for travellers and tourists alike who are looking to experience something different.
We have a selection of pubs in Edinburgh, from four-poster luxury boutique inns to traditional pub B&B’s, there is something for everyone. Equipped with all the usual necessities (en-suite bedrooms, WIFI, TV etc.) a lot of pubs will include breakfast in the price of an overnight stay, which means that you can kick-start your day with a hearty breakfast. What’s more, our boutique pubs often source their produce locally, meaning guests can expect deliciously fresh and tasty meals.
Experience some of Scotland’s finest whiskeys while you explore Edinburgh Old Town and take in the magnificent views from Edinburgh Castle. For more ideas on what to explore when you visit Edinburgh and the Lothians, check out our Things to Do page.