Lothian

Click the map for tourism ideas Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, is surrounded by the three ancient counties of East and West Lothian and Midlothian, forming a rough semi-circle, bounded to the north by the Firth of Forth. Together the Lothians comprise a characterful region where placid farmland is occasionally interrupted by dramatic outcrops, such as the Lammermuir, Moorfoot, and Pentland Hills. The coastline, with its steep cliffs, rocky coves, and small offshore islets, supports many seabird colonies. This is also golfing country, home to the Muirfield championship course, and the famous Greywalls Hotel, with its view of the links.
Cafe Royal Circle Bar

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19 West Register Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH2 2AA. Tel: 01315 561884
19th Century listed pub located just behind Princes Street with stunning Victorian interior. Royal Doulton tiles and stained glass windows along with Scotland's oldest oyster bar, cask ales and whiskies make this a delightful place to while away some time.
Deacon Brodie'S Tavern
435 Lawnmarket, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH1 2NT. Tel: 0131 225 6531
A great place to start when in Edinburgh. A traditional and popular pub in the heart of the city with a full History. Built in 1703 and named after William Brodie - A very interesting character !
Inverleith Hotel

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5 Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH3 5NS. Tel: 0131 556 274
Privately owned Victorian town house hotel adjacent to Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh's city centre - A completely no smoking establishment offering a good selection of fine wines, malt whiskies, and local bottled beers. Friendly family atmosphere with wholesome Scottish breakfasts.
Monty'S

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185 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH3 8DZ. Tel: 0131 623 7023
Small, traditional family-run pub with a range of cask ales.
The Kenilworth
152-154 Rose Street, Edinburgh, Lothian EH2 3JD. Tel: 0131 226 4385
The Kenilworth is a heritage pub with its classic large dark oak bar, high ceilings and tiled walls. Good home cooked food and a range of real ales.
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