Stay In Edinburgh For The Festival


The Edinburgh Festival has long been the most talked about, and visited, cultural phenomenon in the UK – this is one event that really lives up to all the hype.

No matter how imaginative you are, you still would not be able to comprehend the sheer mind-boggling array of acts and shows this festival will have on offer.

Street performances ©-Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

Street performances ©-Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

But being one of the most popular events, means finding somewhere to stay can be an issue; especially with festival season in full swing see our guide to Edinburgh summer festivals

The good news is, there are still some fantastic last minute deals to be had on Edinburgh Festival hotels.

But first things first, here are some of our picks for what to see at the festival.

What’s On

To book tickets visit the official Edinburgh Festival Fringe website.

These are just some of our suggestions, you can also find a host of reviews and more about all the shows at the festival at the website.

Other things to do in Edinburgh


We’ve come up with a list of our favourite 100 things to discover in Edinburgh to start you off.

If you want to leave the festival frenzy behind and take a break from the shows – these great Edinburgh day trips are worth considering.

While August is busy, wait till you get to New Year’s Eve, with Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations famous the world over.

We’ve put together our favourite five hotels to see in the New Year in Edinburgh at should you fancy staying in Scotland for the start of 2016

Midnight Fireworks (c) Chris Watt

Midnight Fireworks (c) Chris Watt

So…. where to stay:

Visit our Edinburgh hotels page and grab yourself some great deals on hotels, in the heart of the city.

There is good availability for the run of the festival, which ends on August 31.

So what are you waiting for?


About Author

Kirsten is the chief blogger here at A former newspaper journalist (don’t hold that against her), having taken extensive trips to China, America and Australasia, she is now pouring her passion for travel into writing blogs and features for the website. Arriving in London via exotic Scunthorpe, Kirsten has made it her mission to try out as many pubs and restaurants as she possibly can in the capital.

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