Reputedly Edinburgh's oldest pub, Sheep's Heid has been at the same spot since 1360. It is in the middle of pretty ... More
Sheep's Heid Inn (The)
Reputedly Edinburgh's oldest pub, Sheep's Heid has been at the same spot since 1360. It is in the middle of pretty Duddingston Village, alongside some of the most desirable property in the city, and makes an evocative end to a walk around Arthur's Seat . There is a wonderful beer garden complete with a skittle alley. Come here to smell the medieval atmosphere and feast on the great value food.
This property, located eight miles from Glasgow City Center, is approximately 12 miles from Glasgow International Airport and 37 miles
from Glasgow Prestwick Airport and Edinburgh Airport. Local attractions include Strathclyde Country Park, Glasgow Cathedral, Bothwell Castle, David Livingston ...
This is probably one of the biggest pubs you will have ever been in. The huge building stands alone in
the middle of a car park that would put many shopping centers to shame. There is a bar with ...
Right on the side of the water, just a 15 minute walk from the city center along the docks, this
place is at its best in the summer months, when people enjoy their pints sitting in the sun, legs ...