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Press & News - October 2011

26th Oct: Evening News article - Bus job put pair on road to romance

Heather and Archie Motion tied the knot here at The Club in April 2011, and the Evening News fell in love with their story! A link to the online article can be found here. It’s quite common to find something on a bus – a forgotten shopping bag, loose coins, a newspaper. But newlyweds Archie and Heather Motion found something else – each other. Archie... Read More

26th Oct: Another fabulous write up from The Aberdeen Press & Journal

A recent article from the P&J was published and can be found online here. I had fabns. Even pulling a suitcase, it is not too far a walk frulous accommodation at the Royal Scots Club in Abercromby Place. Housed in a stunning Georgian building in Edinburgh’s New Town, now one of UNESCO’s designated World Heritage sites, it overlooks Queen Street Gardeom... Read More

26th Oct: Two thumbs up for The Royal Scots Club from The P&J - as noticed by The Drum

Following our recent coverage, The Drum picked up that The Aberdeen P&J are definitely fans of The Club! Regular readers of the Press and Journal's Saturday supplement, Your Life, must have had a double take this weekend when a splash featuring the redoubtable Royal Scots Club in Edinburgh induced a sense of deja vu. For a week last Saturday , the Aberdeen daily... Read More

26th Oct: Recent Article in The Daily Record

From The Daily Record - Saturday 17th September 2011 The Royal Scots Regiment have aproud history of valour on thebattlefield stretching backhundreds of years – so, as one oflife’s natural civilians, it was withtrepidation that I arrived at theirclub for the weekend.But I was soon put at ease by thewarm welcome my wife Trish and Ireceived as we entered the... Read More

17th Oct: Review of The Royal Scots Club's Dining room

We are delighted with this recent review of The Club's dining room, which featured in The Aberdeen Press & Journal on Saturday 15th October. Highlights of the write-up: The room, overlooking Queen Street Gardens, is one of the finest rooms in Edinburgh, filled with classical Georgian features such as huge, ornate-carved door frames and splendid windows, with... Read More