Over our years at Craigwell Cottage, we’ve welcomed visitors to Edinburgh in January for many different reasons. We really enjoy meeting visitors who are spending their summer holidays here in January– travelling from Australia or New Zealand to escape the summer heat and visit the land of their ancestors in an extended stay to explore Scotland.
As it’s the birthday of Robert Burns in January, we do have to answer the question about where our visitors can find a Burns Supper in Edinburgh, as they’ve often drunk a toast to our national bard in far-flung lands but want to find the ‘real thing’ in Scotland. This usually necessitates a hurried search by me through the local web pages, to see which local restaurants and pubs are putting on a special menu or event.
If I’ve tempted you to try a Burns Supper in Edinburgh, you can try these suggestions for 2017
- Whiski Rooms – an easy walk from Craigwell Cottage
- Wedgwood the Restaurant – only a short walk from Craigwell Cottage in the Canongate offering Burns Night dinner by Chef Paul Wedgwood
- Burns Night Ceilidh 2017 at The Scottish Cafe – in the city centre
- Scottish Experience – a whole week of Burns Suppers at the Ghillie Dhu
- The Scottish Storytelling Centre in the Royal Mile, Edinburgh has a “Supper with Burns” on 24th Jan (25th already sold out).
Stay in Edinburgh for your Burns Supper
As we’re ideally placed for an easy walk to several of the venues which will be holding Burns Suppers in 2017, we’d be very happy to welcome you to Craigwell Cottage (minimum stay 3 nights, sleeps up to 4 people).
Take a look inside the cottage if you wish, or if you’re ready to book, just follow the link:
We look forward to welcoming you to Edinburgh.
More ideas for finding out about Robert Burns and Edinburgh
For more ideas of things to do in January in Edinburgh, look at our Pinterest Board.
Read our article: Robert Burns – The Edinburgh Connection
Read our article: Weekend Breaks in Edinburgh – January for more ideas