The £5 million conversion of a former lighthouse ship into a luxury hotel and events venue will help the managers of the Royal Yacht Britannia cope with visitor demand.
It may not have been the serene setting of The Grange or the leafy surrounds of Carlton CC, yet there was something appealing about watching beach cricket being played for the first time in Edinburgh.
A party was held at the Principal Edinburgh George Street to reveal the newly refurbished library & the Forth View rooftop suite and Taittinger Editor’s bar. The event, attended by a mix of hotel clients, business figures, journalists and bloggers, also saw the launch of its new seasonal summer and cocktail menus. Photography copyright of […]
Paint firm Craig & Rose held a ‘welcome home’ party at its new showroom in Edinburgh just a short distance from where the company was launched 189 years ago. Famous for supplying the paint for the Forth Bridge, Craig & Rose is now owned by Australia-based DGL International, best known for Dulux. It all began […]
It was the former home of John Wilson, writer and friend of William Wordsworth, who adopted the pen-name Christopher North, commemorated by a plaque on the wall. For some years the building designed by the renowned architect William Playfair in 1823 has been an upmarket boutique hotel, the Nira Caledonia, appealing to a clientele attracted […]