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Edinburgh in Autumn

Edinburgh in September

Visiting Edinburgh after festival season is over doesn’t have to be a wash out, in fact it’s anything but. The city is alive with action, culture and things to do every month of the year and September is no different. There are musicians to see, shows to watch, exhibitions to enjoy and much much more to enjoy in Edinburgh this September. Continue reading

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Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is an important date in the Edinburgh events calendar, steeped in military history and celebrating the role and value of the military, from Edinburgh and far beyond. Not surprisingly it is of special importance to us at the Royal Scots Club. It brings in performers from over 48 countries with many tourists coming to Edinburgh primarily to see it. It is televised in 40 countries around the world, it offers something different and is a truly iconic piece of Edinburgh’s modern history. Continue reading

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A room at The Royal Scots Club

At The Royal Scots Club we are extremely proud to offer exceptional accommodation and service which puts our guests first. Right in the heart of Edinburgh, we like to be known far and wide for giving our guests an experience that makes them feel special. We have kept our beautiful luxurious interiors as close to their period design as possible with additional enhancements to ensure you have all the amenities you require. Continue reading

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The Botanics

Known locally as simply “The Botanics”, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is an oasis of peace and tranquillity, only a few minutes from the heart of the bustling centre. It is just over a mile from the The Royal Scots Club, with 72 acres of stunning scenery, exceptionally tended gardens and a whole programme of events to be enjoyed. Continue reading

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Waterloo 200th Anniversary Dinner

One of the most important battles in British history has an important anniversary this year. Here at The Royal Scots Club, we’ll be commemorating the Battle of Waterloo with a special dinner on 19th June – the night after the 200th anniversary of the famous battle which took place on 18 June 1815. A few tickets remain, so come and join us. Continue reading

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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