January in Edinburgh is a month of long nights and short days, so if you’re thinking about a visit to Edinburgh for a weekend break, then you’ll probably be looking for activities to keep you cosy and out of the cold. Read more
It’s been a while since I’ve written about spending New Year in Edinburgh – mainly because we’re usually booked well in advance. We’re all booked up again this year, so don’t delay if you’re looking to bring in 2016 in Edinburgh.
Over the last week, Edinburgh’s been getting all sparkly and ready to celebrate the festive season. I’m excited because I’ve discovered a night-time hand-held setting on my camera, which means I might even be able to share some pretty pics with you to entice you to spend a few days with us in the remaining weeks of the year. If, like us, you’re looking for a way to boost your blogging activity during this fabulous winter season, then take a look at the link below to find details of how you can join in the #Blogmanay project. A chance for small businesses like ours to participate in the excitement of welcoming guests to Edinburgh.
It’s still snowing outside as I write this post, but it’s been a lovely day with the schools closed because of the severe weather. However buses were running, so we got out and about and made a little video for you to wish you a Happy St Andrews Day and to say hello from Scotland for all the expats who pine for home on days like this. Come and visit soon – we know a lovely little cottage where you can stay right in the centre of the capital city.