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Calton Hill is in central Edinburgh, Scotland, situated beyond the east end of Princes Street and included in the city's UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Go and see our unfinished National Monument! Not far from the east end of Princes Street. Access by steep steps or a winding road. Great views of Princes Street, Arthur's Seat and the rest of the city.
You can see Calton Hill from the kitchen window. It’s a short steep climb but completely worth it for the amazing views over the city and the added bonus of the Observatory and a fine restaurant (booking advise )
Calton Hill is a mix of bustling commercial areas and quiet residential streets. The hill itself, with its city views, is home to the Collective contemporary art gallery and the unfinished National Monument. Gay bars and casual eateries cluster around the top of busy Leith Walk, where the Edinburgh…
A much shorter walk than Arthur seat but still very rewarding views of the city center. Recently the Lookout cafe has opened up at the top which I have heard to be great for a nice meal.
Calton Hill is a hill in central Edinburgh, Scotland, situated beyond the east end of Princes Street and included in the city's UNESCO World Heritage Site. Views of, and from, the hill are often used in photographs and paintings of the city.
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“ The Scotmid (or Co-Op) is a good little city centre size market and is open from 7am-10pm every day. It’s just a little further up from the Mash Tun pub. Best coffee in the area is Polentoni. They are generally open Mon-Sat but also often on a Sunday for brunch too. It’s pretty small and pretty popular but you can often get lucky just by waiting a couple of mins for folk to finish. It happens to also do the best brunch. Fried Pollenta, poached eggs, asparagus...yum! For the freshest bread in town, not just Leith. We’re lucky that the award winning Mana House Bakery & Cafe is just at the top of Easter road. Also does decent coffee but it’s all about the bread and pastries in there. If you want a slightly longer walk but really good quality food. A few minutes further up the road there are three extremely good cafes. Art Vintage (where you can also buy art?!) General Century Stores and the Red Kite. All of which I use to catch up with friends and all of which have their own special thing going on, food wise. Red Kite do amazing baked eggs in chilli and tomato. Art Vintage do incredible pancakes with bacon and maple syrup And General Century Stores do amazing home baking. As mentioned, you also have the Mash Tun for a drink. Probably the nicest bar in close proximity, although the Regent Bar and Jospeh Pierce are great. Just an extra 5/10 mins walk. The Italian just across the road is pretty good and if you’re orderingfoodn in the Shapla (again just across the road) does great curries and there’s the famous log fired pizzas of La Favourita....never a disappointment. In terms of buses the app is the best way to navigate through the city. The number 1 heading up the road towards London Road will take you all the way through Princess Street and on to Gorgie/Dalry. It’s pretty frequent during the day. The 35 will take you up the Bridges and access to the royal mile about half way up. It normally takes you right past the Holrood Palace, Parliament and up the Cannongate but has been redirected for the duration of the festival as they pedestrianise some more areas to accommodate the increase in human traffic using the pavements up there. On that point. The Holywood Palace has an awesome cafe too, that if you’re lucky and get seated out the back gives you views of Salisbury Crags. It’s only about 15 mins walk from the flat to there. Finally, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with any queries or questions. ”
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“For breakfast or brunch. Many others also further along Morningside Road.Local family businesses. ”
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“An excellent little place, offering Asian-inspired cocktails and street food small plates, as well as both chilled and warmed sake. Order a few plates to share and make an evening of it!”
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“Leith walk has a large amount of bars, pubs and restaurants which makes it an a vibrant area of the city. ”
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“Our National Gallery in the centre of Edinburgh - just a short walk from the flat at the other end of Princes Street Gardens. Reopens 17 August, free tickets via online booking opens 12 August. The sister Gallery of Modern Art - Modern One, a little further out than the main gallery, reopens 24 August with exhibitions on Salvador Dali, the Colourists and Katie Pearson’s Cosmos”
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