Serendipity may have led us here in the rain, but I would recommend The Witchery to anyone, rain or shine who may be looking for a unique and memorable meal or accommodations.
After a day exploring the borders region and hiking along Hadrian’s Wall, we returned to Edinburgh at dusk with an appetite for some Scottish comfort
The World’s End in Edinburgh is one of my musts for a bite and brew in Edinburgh.
While strolling the Royal Mile in the evening, we entered the Whiski Bar & Restaurant and immediately felt welcomed. Greeted with live music near the
Stonehaven is just 15 miles (24 km) south of Aberdeen, and with its own station, is easily accessed by train. If traveling by car, it
I can’t think of anything more quintessentially Scottish than Scotch whisky. It’s right up there with bagpipes and kilts in my imagination and is, in