As soon as you arrive on holiday at Craigwell Cottage, Edinburgh you’ll see views towards Salisbury Crags from the living room window. Read more
An Edinburgh August: it’s a great month to experience the city, where there will be lots going on to keep everyone in the family entertained. Read more
January is a busy time for holiday home owners as people start to prepare their holiday plans for the year. Some people start their Edinburgh trip planning early, booking a year or more in advance for popular dates, Read more
One thing which I love to do on holiday is to read literature about where we are visiting. Not guidebooks, but fictional literature set in a particular city or county. Think EM Forster’s “Room with a View” when visiting Florence, or Patrick Gale’s “Notes from an Exhibition” when in Cornwall, and you’ll understand what I mean. Read more
On a night in December when the weather outside was frightful, I was delighted to be welcomed to the Scotch Whisky Experience, along with a group of travel bloggers for the Edinburgh Travel TweetUp (#EdinTravTweetUp). The team there made us all very welcome, and had a few surprises for us as they prepared for the Year of Food and Drink.
If you’re planning a trip with the family to Edinburgh at Easter, we’ve put together a short list of ideas for your stay to help our Craigwell Cottage guests who are travelling with 2 children. Edinburgh has a lot to offer the visitor and you will never be stuck for something to see and do. The problem is there is so much to choose from. Read more
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