Edinburgh comes alive in autumn, with beautiful scenery, a packed arts calendar and events for every type of traveller. Whether a city break or something a little longer, the Royal Scots Club invites guests throughout the autumn period and we even have some special offers to tempt you into a visit. Visiting Edinburgh in autumn is a wonderful experience and at the Royal Scots Club we welcome you to enjoy our accommodation and dining throughout your stay.
We are offering a fantastic special for two-night stays at the Royal Scots Club between 1st September and 23rd December. Our rates are between £238 and £258 between September and December and are based on two people sharing a standard double room for two nights, although upgrades may be available too. All our special two-night stays include a scrumptious full Scottish breakfast each morning and a £50 voucher towards dinner, to enjoy during your stay.
Just like our two-night offers if you want to spend a little longer in Edinburgh then we have a fantastic deal for three-night stays too. Our rates once again are for bookings between 1st September and 23rd December and rates go from £337 in November to £367 in September. Each stay is based upon two people sharing one of our fully equipped standard rooms, with further upgrades possible subject to availability and each deal is inclusive of a full Scottish Breakfast and a £50 dinner voucher included too.
All our deals exclude our Hogmanay and Rugby weekend events and they are a perfect way to get away in the cooler autumn months. Our full restaurant service offers a wide range of tasty dishes and each of our standard rooms is perfectly equipped for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
Upcoming Lunch Events
- Monday 19th October – Ericka Duffy & Catherine O’Shea, coffee experts
- Sunday 8th November – Remembrance Day Sunday Lunch
- Monday 16th November – Anne Glover, Professor of Molecular Biology at the University of Aberdeen
- Wednesday 14th October – Capt Simon Petitt of HMS Queen Elizabeth
- Friday 20th November – Prof Norman Drummond CBE FRSE