Choosing cottages with hot tubs in Edinburgh will bring you to the very appealing hilly capital of Scotland. This is a city of contrasts with history and heritage sitting comfortably alongside a vibrant modern city. At the end of the day, whether you’re on a romantic getaway or on holiday with family and friends, you can look forward to relaxing in your own hot tub under a starlit sky.
The city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is brimming over with classical and ancient buildings plus lots of world class attractions. Hot tub breaks in Edinburgh will enable you to easily explore the whole Lothian area as well as enjoy the unique atmosphere of this ancient city.
Edinburgh Castle is most definitely an imposing historic fortress which dominates the skyline. It was built on the top of an extinct volcano and the Royal Castle has stood on this spot since the 12th century. There are guided tours which tell you everything you need to know, a great family day out with some fabulous 360 degree city views. At 1pm the gun is fired and after that for some peace and quiet you can head for the Royal Botanic Gardens, amongst the best in the world.
For more fabulous city views the Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, Scotland’s oldest purpose-built attraction, is a good all weather venue. You can experience Edinburgh’s history on a guided tour around Mary King’s Close beneath the Royal Mile, the warren of streets was built over and seemingly frozen in time since the 17th century when people worked, lived and died here. At the end of the Royal Mile is the Palace of Holyroodhouse with close associations to historic people like Mary Queen of Scots and Bonnie Prince Charlie and now used by the Queen when carrying out official engagements in Scotland.
There’s world class shopping along the Royal Mile and on hidden streets with luxury brands, high street stores and beautiful boutiques. As you can imagine there’s a plethora of places to eat and drink, in fact it’s a culinary delight, with something to please all tastes and budgets.
To really appreciate Edinburgh put on those walking boots and start exploring the scenic trails, pathways and walks in and around the city. You’ll see all aspects of life here including the Water of Leith where you can immerse yourself in nature with trees and old stone bridges.
Weekend breaks with hot tubs in Edinburgh go very quickly especially when the famous Edinburgh Festival Fringe is in town for most of August, a festival of culture and the largest in the world, so make sure you book yours today.
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