Travel Guide: Edinburgh
There is a silent grace to this city of the north. The muted colours, so distinct to Scotland, leave space for your imagination to unfold to its fullest, to paint the most beautiful stories in the grey sky.
A budget hotel that offers modern and neat rooms for a great price and a hard to beat location in the medieval Old Town. During Edinburgh Yarn Festival, the hotel is filled with knitters from around the world gathering in the welcoming lounge area.
A tiny yarn shop with a charming vintage vibe on a lively street in Edinburgh’s East side. Jess, the owner, stocks a good range of natural fibres as well as her own Ginger’s Hand Dyed yarn.
Located in an old Victorian pump house hidden away in a narrow alley in the Old Town, The Devil’s Advocate is the perfect spot to enjoy fancy cocktails and great food. They also have a whole menu just for whiskies.