A comfortable and a cosy place to sleep and energise yourself when you are on the go is the most important thing to consider. In fact, a crucial necessity that will ensure the trip to be good, because a good nights sleep does it all to keep you pepped up throughout the entire day a followed by a hearty, sumptuous and nutritive homely breakfast. What more can a person want? Who would not want to start a day in such a way!
Situated in the heart of Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh, is a warmest abode. The Ben Craig Bed & Breakfast guest house. The commitment to make you comfortable and at home, catering to your smallest of wishes also, is absolute. A trip to Edinburgh offers trips to castles and distilleries, country parks and excellent restaurants, from city sightseeing buses to ghost walks, limousine rides and unique trike excursions besides attractions like the iconic Edinburgh Castle to the National Museum of Scotland, great theatres offering excellent shows to the activity sport centres and outdoor attractions. B&B offers you the finest base in which to enjoy your stay in Edinburgh accommodation . Each one, be it a business visitor, tourist, a family. all are welcomed with genuine hospitality to make your stay a truly memorable one. Room Tariff for B&B Edinburgh are much low and affordable comparative to hotels in Edinburgh.
Scotland occupies the northern third of the island of Great Britain in the British Isles. Most of Scotland is mountainous. The countrys rugged mountains, green valleys and deep blue lakes provide some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe. Industrialization has eliminated some of Scotlands old traditions and the way of life. But the Scots have kept many symbols of their long and colourful history—especially of their fierce struggles for independence. Parades at Edinburgh Castle, once a home of Scotlands kings, feature troops who wear kilts and march to the music of the bagpipes. Scottish soldiers still guard their countrys ancient royal crown in the castle, and the royal flag of Scotland still flies over the castle walls.
Most Scottish cooking is simple. The peoples favourite dishes include herring, mutton stew, roast beef and roast lamb. They also enjoy high-quality steaks from their countrys famous Aberdeen-Angus cattle. Other popular foods include haggis, kippers, oatmeal, and, salmon. Haggis is a famous national dish made from the heart, liver, and lungs of a sheep or calf. These ingredients are chopped with suet (animal fat), onions, oatmeal and seasonings and then boiled in bag made from a sheeps stomach. Kippers are smoked herring and are a favourite breakfast dish. Oatmeal is used in many Scottish dishes, including porridge and oatcakes (crackers), both of which are popular for breakfast. Salmon is served smoked, grilled, or poached. Salmon taken from Scottish waters is considered one of the worlds tastiest foods. The favourite alcoholic drink of Scotland is Scotch whisky, or Scotch. The Scots have been making whisky since the 1400.
Scotlands huge open lands make excellent recreational areas. The Scots invented Golf in the 1100, and it is still one of their favourite games.