Reasons to choose The Raeburn
The Raeburn is located in Edinburgh’s lovely Stockbridge neighbourhood, about 20 minutes’ walk from Princes Street and the New Town.
This contemporary hotel has a restaurant and a bar and is housed in a stunning Georgian building.
The Raeburn is a contemporary style that includes exposed stone walls, sash windows, and tartan fabrics. Free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, an iPod docking station, a minibar, and tea and coffee-making facilities are included in all rooms.
The modern, brasserie-style restaurant at the Raeburn serves British meals made using local ingredients. A drink can be had at the bar, which features a fireplace and custom-made chairs, as well as a terrace with parasols.
The hotel is a 25-minute walk from Edinburgh’s lovely old town and castle.
Travel Tips near The Raeburn
With the city’s skyline, cobbled streets and colourful characters as your backdrop, your favourite memories happened right here. Are you ready for more? There’s so many ways to embrace the city, explore, have fun on your doorstep and write new stories to revisit in years to come.
Resident or tourist, Forever Edinburgh is here to help you see Edinburgh in unexpected and exciting ways. Edinburgh’s small and cobblestoned passages, known as shuts in Scots, have a unique appeal.
The city is also known for its dark nooks, where horrible occurrences have occurred, majestic buildings and gardens, innumerable fascinating museums that are free to visit, and, most importantly, the city’s friendly and open residents. All of the aforementioned factors combine to make this city a favourite among visitors.
Tourists can also tour a whisky distillery and learn how Scotland’s national drink is manufactured at the Scotch Whisky Experience, or visit the People’s Story Museum to learn about life in Scotland during the Middle Ages, or the Surgeon’s Hall Museums to learn about the progress of medicine.
Explore Scotland’s destinations – a selection of our cities and towns, browse our regions, or start planning your trip with our handy Scotland travel map.
Check out the map of Edinburgh city centre to see if you can find the iconic Edinburgh Castle, or the map of Glasgow city centre to see where some of Scotland’s most artistic and creative structures are located.
Alternatively, head north, where the map of Dundee city centre will show you all the local treasures to discover on your thrilling journey.
The summer months of June, July, and August are considered high season and can be the ideal time to visit, while July and early August are also the busiest months due to local school holidays.
While the natives hail a single day of dazzling sunshine as “wonderful,” the weather at this time of year is at best unpredictable; yet, the days are generally mild or warm, and most significantly, lengthy.