Close Attractions



The Edinburgh Regency Guest House is within walking distance of Edinburgh City Centre (only 1.5 miles,2.6km) and is close to Brunstfield, Marchmont and Morningside to the West, to the east is Tollcross, south is Polworth and Merchiston with Fountainbridge and the Haymarket to the North.

Edinburgh Castle

The Edinburgh Castle is the most visited attraction in Edinburgh, Scotland. Famous the world over as the backdrop to the Edinburgh Tattoo, Edinburgh Castle has plenty of interest:The Scottish Crown Jewels, the ‘Honours of the Kingdom’, the historic Stone of Destiny, suits of armour, historic chambers, the National War Museum, National War Memorial and St Margaret’s Chapel.

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Edinburgh International Festival

Experience the unique atmosphere of Edinburgh in August during an unforgettable three weeks of the very best in international opera, music, theatre and dance.

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Palace of Holyrood House

Originally an Augustinian abbey in 1128 by David I (r.1124-53), it was converted by James IV (r.1488-1513) into a palace. Damaged and abandoned during the Civil War it was restored and added to by Charles II and has remained a Royal Palace ever since. The palace now has guided tours and wonderful collections.

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Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

For over 50 years the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has amazed visitors of all ages. With innovative production, heart-stopping sound, imaginative graphics, state-of-the-art lighting and specially commissioned fireworks, the 90-minute show is set to captivate a large cosmopolitan audience.

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