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This day tour is perfect for those avid fans who want a short quick âOutlanderâ fix. Departing Edinburgh we take you on a journey to some of the most famous scenes from the hit series such as Doune Castle, seat of Clan MacKenzie and the beautiful Fife village of Aberdour from series 16.Â Our Guides will give you an insight into the history and stories of each location, making this trip.
Take a 2-hour guided Harry Potter walking tour for a magical journey through all things wizarding in Edinburgh. See where JK Rowling was inspired to create her iconic characters, and visit some of the film sites and wizarding locations in the Harry Potter universe. See the entrance to Hogwarts, the original Diagon Alley, and Edinburgh Castle. Tour group size is a maximum of 35 people.
Enhance your experience of Edinburgh with an Edinburgh Super Saver - a combination of two tours at a discounted price. First,Â discover the Edinburgh Vaults â aka South Bridge Vaults â 18th-century underground chambers that lie far below the city. On this underground walking tour with an entertaining and informative guide, hear tales of this dark and almost-forgotten place built below one of Edinburghâs busiest thoroughfares. Youâll see evidence of excavated storage spaces, human habitation, taverns with wine vaults and more! Next, this 1.5-hour ghost tour â perfect for those fascinated by the supernatural â takes you to two of Edinburghâs most haunted locations. Under the cloak of darkness, youâll descend to the Blair Street vaults to explore a shadow-shrouded underground world. Visit Cannongate Kirkyard, the final resting place of famous characters, and listen to gruesome tales of torture, cannibalism and murder.
Maximize your time in Scotland's capital with an Edinburgh Super Saver - a combination of two tours at a discounted price. First, follow in the footsteps of Scottish icons like Mary, Queen of Scots and Bonnie Prince Charlie as you unravel the truths and myths of Edinburghâs royal history. Set out on a 90-minute walking tour of the UNESCO-listed Old Town, spot the royal sites along Canongate and admire the grand Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Queenâs official residence in Scotland (optional).Â Then, in the afternoon, take aÂ 1.5-hour tour of Edinburghâs underground vaults that is sure to make your spine tingle. With a ghoulish guide, youâll descend into the darkened depths of the Blair Street Vaults and hear vivid retellings of torture, murder and body snatching
Getting around The Edinburgh Larder, Edinburgh
The most preferred mode of transport is Bus from Edinburgh, Princes Street (Princes Mall West Stop). The transit will take around 4 minutes, covering a distance of 0.66 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 2.Public Transport : Bus
Take a Bus from Old Town, South Bridge (at 96). The total distance will be 1.46 Kilometre costing GBP 2 and the duration of the trip will be 9 minutes.Taxi
It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly GBP 5, taking around 2 minutes. The distance between the two points is 1.47 Kilometre.Walk
By walking for 14 minutes for a distance of 1.19 Kilometre.
Suggested transit method is Bus from Old Town, South Bridge (at 32). The distance between the points being 0.5 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 3 minutes. The expense of the trip is GBP 2.Public Transport : Bus
The most preferred mode of transport is Bus from Canongate, Museum Of Childhood (at 44). The transit will take around 4 minutes, covering a distance of 0.72 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 2.Car
Take a Car. The total distance will be 0.83 Kilometre costing USD 1 and the duration of the trip will be 1 minutes.Walk
You can reach Greyfriars Kirkyard on foot. The distance is 0.79 Kilometre and it will take around 9 minutes.
By walking for 2 minutes for a distance of 0.13 Kilometre.
Share your experience - Rate The Edinburgh Larder, Edinburgh
Friendly, attentive staff, Ryan served us. Delicious food... The tasting plates, sausage roll, frittata, soups and salads were fresh and flavoursome, and scones with the best clotted cream and jam I've ever had. Excellent music coming from the kitchen. The condiments tipped it over to make it an excellent experience. Well worth a wait.
This place was horrid. Are you kidding me? They had the most apathetic and lackluster service I've ever received. I had high hopes after hearing about them and seeing pictures online. They seated me with another party, which is fine, but they didn't set my table and didn't bring me water or any of the other services I watched them perform for the other diners. The full breakfast disappointed me the most. My egg came out completely mangled and overcooked with the yolk completely solidified, the bacon was extremely chewy, the beans bland and inedible. What a horrible waste of money. I am not usually fussy about my meals but I'm utterly disgusted by my experience here.
I am here right now with my family. We have some of our cousins from America and although the food is good the service is appalling. There's a server in a red top with an English accent. So as you look at her she already looks pissed off for some reason and as we were ordering food it was like she just wanted us to hurry up and decide. We also asked for some ice. After about 15 minutes my mum went up to the counter to ask for ice again. The woman in red answered "yeah I've just been a bit busy, I'll get it in a minute", it was my mum who ended up saying sorry and not the server! My mum shouldn't have had to say sorry! Terrible service. I know she might have been working for a long time but if she can't handle what being a server is she shouldn't be one. I'm a waitress in The McMillan Bar and Chop house and I'd have been sacked on the spot if I had done she did.
Super cute and intimate restaurant. There's not much seating, so it's first come first serve, and you could be sitting with other people if you have a small group. Friendly service and delicious food!
The place is rather small so it can be quickly crowded. We had a full Scottish and a veggie breakfast. The plates were generous, perfect to start a day of walking around the city. Very good and local products. The service could be improved though.
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