Edinburgh – Shortbread & whisky
“The colder the weather, the more popular the traditional social ceilidh evenings become. These dances are a great way to warm up as well as being tremendous fun. And the best thing: beginners are more than welcome. The bands have a caller, who announces the steps so that everyone can join in. Head to the Ghillie Dhu on any Friday and do-si-do!”
The holiday apartments in the centre of Edinburgh were built in Victorian times. Residing in traditional Scottish elegance. Most of the sights can be easily reached on foot. Edinburgh is a famous festival city and a shopping paradise. Here, everyone gets their money's worth - especially golf players and whisky lovers!
The 29 stylishly furnished suites in Edinburgh are the ideal starting point for a tour of discovery with friends or family. The impressive town house was built in Victorian times. Even today, you can still sense the elegant atmosphere in which the lords and ladies used to take their afternoon tea. The resort's own restaurant allows this tradition to live on, and serves the legendary afternoon tea every day. From here, you can stroll along the famous shopping mile of Princes Street, which is close by. The Castle, poised majestically above the city, bears witness to the long and heroic history of Edinburgh. It is considered as the most important attraction in all of Scotland. Visit one of the first-class events, whether a jazz or blues festival, a film festival or the world-famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Internationally renowned golf courses such as St. Andrews, Gleneagles or Muirfield, as well as a number of less well-known, reasonably priced and attractive golf courses, are located within a radius of approximately one hour by car from the resort. Of course, whisky lovers too will not miss out. For them there is the 'Whisky Experience Tour', including tasting. To enable you to see and experience a great deal in a short space of time, we have compiled some interesting special offers for you at attractive prices The Royal Botanical Garden and Her Majesty‘s Yacht Britannia must not be missed. Also a walk through the picturesque Dean Village is very much worthwhile. In the evening, the pubs in the old town are ideal for enjoying a beer. Typical Scottish delicacies are also served. In short: Edinburgh is a city that offers a great range of attractions and traditions. Here you will feel you want to stay on holiday longer.