The capital of Scotland but not the largest city, Edinburgh retains a quaint sense of old fashioned charm and a unique Scottish ambiance. Full of history - Edinburgh Castle and the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Old Town and New Town are amongst the most popular attractions - this interesting city makes an excellent choice for a cultural weekend getaway at a B&B in Edinburgh.
Watched over by the famous castle, Edinburgh manages to combine Medieval palaces, Georgian grandeur and modern designs like the Museum of Scotland in a fascinating mix. It's not all about the sights and architecture, though. The vibrant nightlife centre of Scotland, a bed and breakfast in Edinburgh will also attract visitors to the city's many restaurants, pubs and clubs.
Arguably the most famous event on the festival programme is the Edinburgh International Festival, which is held in August every year alongside the equally renowned but more alternative Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Millions of travellers descend on the city for this exciting, vibrant month of events and the street party atmosphere. If you're looking for a festival bed and breakfast Edinburgh has lots of options, but be sure to make plans early as b and bs and guest houses in the city centre are often fully booked well in advance.
During the winter, visitors will find a B&B Edinburgh holiday provides a cosy retreat after a chilly day of sightseeing. The festivities contiune throughout the year, however, with Hogmanay celebrations ringing in the Scottish New Year in a typically lively fashion.