Eat walk view from Calton Hill

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We stop at a minimum of five venues that are selected from the venues below but are subject to change due to availability.

Radisson Blu Hotel:


With its attractive turret and 16th-century-style edifice, this alluring hotel in Edinburgh blends charming Old World architecture with modern-day comfort. Ideally situated in the historic centre of Scotland's capital city, the accommodation offers easy access to intriguing sites like Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh Castle and the Scottish Parliament.

 

Radisson Blu

Cranachan & Crowdie :

At Cranachan & Crowdie you’ll find all those quintessential Scottish food, drink & gifts from thistle-shaped shortbread down to a humble can of In Bru. But this range of trademark Scottish treats is certainly not limited.

These Scottish foodies boast an exciting range that includes twenty different types of oatcakes alongside oodles of accompanying jams, marmalades and chutneys. Not to mention ice cream, traditional tablet and also Scottish antler dog chews. Even those among us with special dietary needs needn’t worry about being left out, as Cranachan & Crowdie offers a fantastic gluten free range, including haggis and black pudding, to satisfy their Scottish food cravings.

C&C have recently introduced a fine range of Scottish Gins to their already impressive range of whisky and Scottish craft beers

 

Cranachan and Crowdie shop

The Fudge House:

At the Fudge House, every one of their twenty-seven fabulous flavours is made by hand in their celebrated Edinburgh shop.

From classic creamy Vanilla and sophisticated Dark Chocolate to fruity Strawberry and authentic Italian Nougat, our fudge is made to a traditional recipe right here on the Royal Mile.

 

The fudge house

Cadenhead:

The firm of William Cadenhead Ltd, Wine and Spirit Merchants, was founded in 1842 and is Scotland's oldest independent bottler.

The shop on the Royal Mile can give you an education in the history of Whisky in a very short visit. A must for any one interested in the "Water of life."

Cadenhead

Hemma:

Hemma is a café/bar with great place for brunch, lunch, buffet, smörgåsbord platters, dinners and last but not least cakes. A family friendly haven daytime and a party place at night with 12 well chosen draughts on tap and an extensive cocktail list.

Hemma Bar

Holyrood 9a:

 

In Edinburgh's old town, just off the Royal Mile, you'll find new The Holyrood 9A, a place to call your own in the heart of the city.

The gleaming pumps offer 20 beer and ale varieties from Scotland and around the world. We take our beer seriously. There's wines and spirits in any which way and a classic cocktail list for your well deserved post-work tipple.

The Holyrood's all day menu includes mouth-watering 'two-handers' - an eclectic array of delicious gourmet burgers, with plenty more large and small dishes to choose from, including vegetarian options.

Holyrood 9A

Pinnies and Poppyseeds

Pinnies & Poppy Seeds began as an idea – a dream, really – born out of a four year long career in confectionery and a lifetime love affair with baking. They believe in quality, providence, passion and believe that their products reflect that. They don’t try to make everything, but want everything we they make to be spectacular!

 

Pinnies and Poppyseed shortbread

Reekies Smokehouse

Reekie's Smokehouse is Edinburgh's first Scottish BBQ joint. Serving up Pulled Pork, BBQ Beef Brisket, Burnt Ends (mmmm!) and Ribs, accompanied by fresh slaws, whisky BBQ beans, from scratch, Scottish-tinted sauces, cakes, coffee, tea, beer, wine and loads more.

Reekie Smokehouse