Come and join the locals; where we eat and drink – quality good value locally sourced food and drink in a UNESCO heritage site. The safaris are heavy on the eating, light on the walking with a local enthusiastic guide.
All tours are tailored to suit your group – minimum number of guests is two.
Why are there painted windows in The New Town? Find out why over a gin liqueur cocktail, smoked salmon, warm scones, jam and freshly whipped cream, fantastic Scottish cheeses, whisky, meat or veggie haggis and a surprising sweet fusion of an American and Scottish romance at The Kilted Donut.
This is a food walking tour which reflects the huge range of cultures who have come to Scotland and make it their home and also documents Scotland’s history as a seafaring nation and the rich exchange of food and culture from the Roman times to the present day.
This is similar to Eat Scotland in the Georgian New Town, except it runs on Sunday, so we can visit on the very special Stockbridge Farmers’ Market. This a lovely relaxed way to spend a Sunday in Edinburgh