Set within the established leafy suburbs of South Edinburgh, the Royal Ettrick Hotel offers residents and non-residents alike use of its excellent restaurant facilities. Once the lavish home of a rich Edinburgh barrister, the Royal Ettrick has been a haven for the discerning since the 1940s, maintaining a sense of history throughout the years, which have seen visits from the likes of famed mathematician John Napier and legendary author J.K. Rowling. Recently refurbished to a high standard, the Royal Ettrick Hotel’s Conservatory Bistro has a modern-classic décor with bold tartan carpeting nodding to the building’s heritage. Al fresco dining can be enjoyed out in the large private dining in the summer months with patio seating screened from prying eyes by mature trees. The Royal Ettrick’s menu is full of popular dishes from around the world as well as British favourites, ensuring something for every one of the hotel’s eclectic crowd of international visitors.
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