If you're looking for a truly unique experience when visiting Edinburgh, you need to consider staying at the Northumberland Hotel. Known for its ambience and fine attention to authentic detail, the Hotel Northumberland is minutes away from amazing tourist destinations in and around Scotland.
To make your stay more enjoyable, you can order a car while staying at the Northumberland Hotel to tour some of these fabulous locations. Or consider some of the following suggestions as to how you can make your stay even more enjoyable while there.
While staying at the Northumberland Hotel you can visit Rosslyn Chapel, made famous by the worldwide bestseller "The Davinci Code." The Chapel is only some fifteen minutes from the hotel and makes for an interesting tour for everyone. You might also consider visiting Edinburgh Castle, and Holyrood Palace. Both are full of historical charm and are enjoyable for the entire family.
There are also zoos, botanical gardens, aquariums, ghost tours, and many other such historical attractions near the Hotel Edinburgh. Most are just minutes away by car.
Of course you don't need to visit castles and museums to enjoy your stay in Scotland. The country is known for its golf courses, castles, and countryside. It's not unusual for most to have a problem seeing everything the country has to offer during their vacation, rather than running out of sites to visit! Whether indoors or out, there is no lack of things to see and do and experience in this country.
When staying at the Northumberland Hotel be sure to ask about nearby golf courses or castles. They will be happy to give you directions on how to find the best sights for those who want to truly experience the country itself rather than the typical "touristy" destination and hotspots.
Whether visiting Scotland for business or for pleasure, you're sure to enjoy your stay at the Northumberland Hotel. You can plan a tour of the nearby cities and attractions or can venture out a bit further and spend days hiking mountains or playing golf in the exact area in which it was purportedly invented!