Take a left turn out of our door
walking West and the
Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre, Scotland’s home to the
West End Musicals, is just around the corner.
Next to the theatre pop into the Omni leisure and entertainment centre with it's 12
screen Vue Cinema
Highlight Comedy Club. Alternatively visit the
Virgin Active Health Club to top up your toning or tan !! .
A further 5 minutes walk onto Queen Street is another comedy club
The Stand and Jools Holland's live music venue The Jam House.
For those of you requiring a little "retail therapy" - Princes Street, George Street, John Lewis,
St. James Shopping Centre,
Princes Mall, Jenners,
Harvey Nichols and Multrees Walk
are all on the doorstep too.
Ideally situated for monuments, museums and galleries.
We're a great base camp when attending the Edinburgh Festivals. There are 100's of
venues just a stone's throw away.
Try a mouth-watering pre-theatre meal at MAMA ROMA before catching a marvellous show across the road from
them at the Playhouse Theatre.
Take a right turn out of our door walking East. A short stroll away and standing against the spectacular backdrop of Arthur’s Seat is the
Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence
in Scotland of Her Majesty the Queen. Sited alongside it is
Our Dynamic Earth Science Centre
and the new Scottish Parliament.
Continue up the
Royal Mile/High Street
and make your way to
Edinburgh Castle which dominates the skyline and is home to the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
Explore what secrets lie beneath Edinburgh's streets, dare go on a Ghost Tour or discover 500 years of dark history at the
What about coming along to see the Giant Pandas at Edinburgh Zoo.
You know you want to !!
Maybe you just want to enjoy the tranquil haven of the
Royal Botanic Gardens.
WE KNOW WHERE YOU CAN FIND ONE - AND IT'S RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER FROM US !!
JUST ASK HOW TO GET THERE !!
Built on and around seven hills, Edinburgh is a remarkable place in which surprising changes of level occur at every turn. Calton Hill where we are situated being one of them. The seclusion offered by the
treelined, terraced gardens skirting Calton Hill, yet the close proximity of the Adria to the city centre, provides guests with an ideal location just to
rest or explore Edinburgh from this base. Venture out on foot or, for those travelling further afield, use of the excellent and regular bus service available close at hand.
Climb the Calton Hill and enjoy the picture perfect postcard views of Edinburgh from this unique vantage point and find out why the
city is known as the
"Athens of the North".
The main city centre of Edinburgh and it's attractions are all very walkable from our location however our nearest bus stop is only a 5 minute walk away and you can just about go anywhere from
there. It's easy to get around the whole city using the local bus service. For unlimited travel all day on Lothian Buses why not
purchase a DAY TICKET for £3.50.
A short bus journey North will take you to Edinburgh's stylish waterfront retail and leisure development in the historic port of Leith. Here you will find the Royal Yacht Britannia which has moved to her final berth at Ocean Terminal.
The efficient bus service can also take you all the way out to the stunning 15th century Rosslyn Chapel or the Gilmerton Cove to the South of the city, the picturesque
Cramond Village to the West and
the rocky beaches of
Seton Sands to the East.
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