Planning your break in Edinburgh, but not sure what to do?
Look no further.
We asked our guests for their top Edinburgh tips from their holiday...so you can enjoy the best of Edinburgh and the surrounding area.
"We climbed Arthurs Seat, and then walked along the top of Salisbury Crags. What a view across the city from the sea to the castle and beyond. We opted for the easy route as we were visiting Edinburgh with the family. It’s rugged, wild and windy - take clothing in case the wind turns, and plenty of snacks."
"We visited Dr Neil's Garden to the South of Arthurs Seat. It’s a small walled garden with friendly staff and gorgeous pathways (and places to sit). It’s a real gem, and even the locals don’t know about it, so it’s tranquil and a real escape from the noise."
"We took the bus to South Queensferry, and walked over the Forth Road Bridge. It has views of the new Queensferry Crossing, and the incredible Forth Rail Bridge. It can be blustery, so take a jacket! We went on a stunning day, and it was exhilarating."
"Stockbridge Sunday Market was a short walk from our flat - perfect! We stocked up on fresh artisanal and local food for the week and bought some gifts to take home. There’s a really chilled atmosphere in Stockbridge, and this made for a memorable Sunday."
"We came to Edinburgh to see some history, we loved investigating the tiny alleyways from the High Street opening into medieval squares and hidden courtyards. There was even a bar or two hidden down there to rest our tired feet."
No matter what you plan for your trip to Edinburgh, for the best self-catering property, look no further than Edinburgh Self-Catering.
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