Private rooms in shared apartments from just £19 this summer. Open June 11th to September 5th 2010. Amazing city-centre location. Read more.
Famous for their ales with quirky names, like Punk IPA and Tactical Nuclear Penguin, BrewDog have put as much care into their new bar as they do into their brews. Read more.
Great value full Scottish breakfast until noon! The burgers are also truly awesome. Can get very busy at dinner & lunch time so be prepared to wait for a table...worth it though. Read more.
Massive treasure trove, don't expect to be able to do the whole thing in one afternoon. Most interesting for visitors is the Changing Nation exhibits. Read more.
The Ceilidh Club meets here every Tuesday, bringing you top ceilidh bands. Each band has a caller who will teach the dances, so the event is great for everyone: beginners and the more experienced. Read more.
Ghillie Dhu is the temple of ceilidh - the traditional Gaelic folk music and dancing. It doesn't matter whether you are a beginner or advanced in Gaelic folk dance, join in the Friday night ceilidh! Read more.
Ceilidh classes by the Edinburgh University New Scotland Country Dance Society, every Thursday from 7pm-8pm. Ceilidh dances are fun and easy to learn, and no experience is necessary for this class. Read more.
According to Blythe from Lunchquest Edinburgh, possibly the best burgers in Edinburgh! Read more.
Quintessentially British - this place cannot be beaten when it comes to cream tea & scones. I like the Club Room best. Read more.