In Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh, sits the historical district of Bonnington. The village is located on the south banks of the Waters of Leith. The village, known for its association with flour milling, dates back to the 12th century. Today it is a contemporary district of Edinburgh. The expertly restored mill buildings of old are now residential and business sites. Businesses, retail shops, restaurants, and lively pubs brimming with activity now line Bonnington Road. A mix of centuries' old history and modern day conveniences, the district is sure to be a pleasure.
- Stay at the tranquil and charming Bonnington Guest House, in an excellent Edinburgh location near the bus routes in and out of the city. Feast on delicious seafood at Newhaven harbour, an easy walk from your comfortable accommodations.
- Visit the luxurious Royal Yacht Britannia. Home to the Queen and the Royal family for over 40 years, this popular Scotland attraction is just minutes away via Ocean Drive.
- Check out Arthur’s Seat, one of four hill forts. The majestic view of Edinburgh and the ocean, at the top is decidedly well worth the trip.
Transportation in Bonnington includes buses, railways, and taxis. Bus transport is the principal means of transportation in the area. The two major bus lines in are Lothian Buses and First Edinburgh. Most buses run at intervals of between 10-30 minutes daily, with reduced service after 7pm. Edinburgh Cross rail and Haymarket railway station are the smaller stations that service the suburbs, whilst the Edinburgh Waverly provides transport around Scotland and London. Edinburgh Taxi and Private Hire offer prompt and efficient service. No matter which mode of transport you choose, you will certainly enjoy your stay in Bonnington!
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