What The Dickins: Southside & Pleasance

Top 6 Dog Friendly Edinburgh Pubs!
Dog Friendly Edinburgh
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One of the many reasons we love Edinburgh is that it is so dog-friendly! The city is renowned for its outdoor green spaces – perfect for you and your pooch to enjoy a walk. In fact, we have previously collaborated with Gareth from Edinburgh Expert Walking Tours on a blog…

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The Dickins Insider Guide to Lauriston, Edinburgh
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If you head south of Princes Street and Edinburgh’s Old Town you may stumble upon Lauriston. The area is sandwiched between the vibrant Grassmarket and the gorgeous Meadows, as well as being a stone’s throw away from the village-like suburb of Bruntsfield. Lauriston itself is relatively quiet but very centrally located, which…

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Where to find Edinburgh’s Best Burgers!
Edinburgh's Best Burgers
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Happy National Burger Day! In celebration, we’ve decided to share a few of our favourite places in Edinburgh to enjoy a burger! To ensure no one misses out, we’ve also included vegetarian, gluten-free options, as well as dog-friendly establishments. Enjoy! 1. Holyrood 9A Where: 9a Holyrood Road Looking for an…

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6 of the Best Edinburgh Artisan Bakeries!
Edinburgh artisan bakeries
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One of the great things about a city as vibrant as Edinburgh is that around every corner, within each neighborhood, there’s a great bakery just waiting to be discovered. Despite a plethora of supermarkets, Edinburgh’s artisan bakeries are giving the chains a run for their money. The bakers and pastry…

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The Dickins Insider Guide to Inverleith, Edinburgh
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If you head north of Princes Street and New Town, you’ll come across Inverleith. The area is known for its gorgeous, green areas with an abundance of beautiful outdoor spaces. The Royal Botanic Gardens is the highlight of the area, the second oldest botanic garden in the UK after Oxford’s. After World War…

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