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Edinburgh’s Trams

Officially opened in May 2014, the Edinburgh tram system allows visitors and locals alike to get to and from Edinburgh Airport more smoothly than ever before – and it’s very handy for the Royal Scots Club as well. It is only 600 yards from the tram’s St Andrew Square stop to The Royal Scots Club’s front door on Abercromby Place – very much walking distance, even with suitcases! Continue reading

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Kirks of Auld Reekie

Or the Churches of Edinburgh, depending on how you look at these things.

With such a long and rich history, Edinburgh has many sights and sounds to engage with and this includes a large number of churches, displaying real feats of architectural design as well as graveyards which are the final resting place of many famous Scots. Below is a closer look at five of Edinburgh’s most renowned churches. Continue reading

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Join The Royal Scots Club

Becoming a member of the Royal Scots Club is a fantastic decision and we welcome all new members warmly. All people aged over 18 are welcome. As well as joining as an individual member we also offer corporate membership which is a great choice for your business. You can download a Membership Form and read more about the great benefits of becoming a member of The Royal Scots Club. Continue reading

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A Romantic Valentine’s in Edinburgh

There be many contenders on the list for your Valentine’s Day romantic getaway this year but we reckon Edinburgh should be right up there with the rest. There are plenty of wonderful sights to see and more than that, plenty of opportunities for an intimate moment and some seriously special time with your significant other.

Here are some top ideas for what you could do on a romantic break to Edinburgh, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or not.

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Edinburgh’s New Town

Our home in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, may sound, when written down, like we’re based in a modern industrial business park environment but it couldn’t be further from the truth. As much a part as Edinburgh City Centre as any other, Edinburgh’s New Town is only new by comparison, it was in fact built and developed in the 18th and 19th centuries. This is why buildings such as ours fit in beautifully with the surroundings and give visitors a taste of elegant architecture and some sterling examples of urban town planning at its finest.

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Festive Edinburgh

What’s on this Christmas in Edinburgh?

Christmas in Edinburgh is a fun and enjoyable experience that everyone should try at least once. Voted one of CNN’s Best Cities for a Winter holiday, there’s a lot to love about Edinburgh in the colder months. Our cobbled streets taken on extra character and the castle looms ominously over the city, even more breath-taking in Winter.

Edinburgh is a magical backdrop for enjoying your Christmas shopping, nights out and a whole array of winter events. Princes Street Gardens become a winter wonderland, complete with fun ice skating rink, Ferris wheel and of course a ginormous festive Christmas tree.

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Conference venue in Edinburgh

5 Reasons to have a Conference in Edinburgh

The world is full of vibrant and interesting cities which have their own conference venues and something to offer you, so why choose Edinburgh? From all the cities that you could be considering for your conference, Edinburgh has many distinct reasons which make it a perfect conference location. Here we’re looking at five reasons we think you should have your conference in Edinburgh. Continue reading

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DIY Wedding Tips

Five Ways to get the most for your Money

Your wedding may be the best day of your life but that doesn’t mean you have to blow all your savings on the big day. A little bit of budget planning and a couple of cunning plans is enough to see your costs cut in half and here we’re looking at some of the ways you can get the most from your money and have a wedding day to remember. Continue reading