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Edinburgh and Lothians

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About Edinburgh and Lothians

Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city needs no introduction. With its top attractions, high-quality restaurants, and home to the biggest arts festival in the world, you’re never short of things to see and do here. It’s also a great city for an accessible holiday. Book a luxury boat stay at the Fingal Hotel with two accessible rooms to choose from, lift access to all levels and wheelchair hire also available. Learn more about Scotland’s national drink at The Johnnie Walker Experience or The Scotch Whisky Experience with step free access and accessible toilets on site. Make the most of Edinburgh Bus Tours, you’ll find lots of accessible attractions en route including The Palace of Holyroodhouse, Dynamic Earth and Camera Obscura.

Once you’ve uncovered all of Edinburgh’s city gems, explore the wonders of East and West Lothian. Enjoy a day out on the beach at Yellowcraig Beach with designated Blue Badge parking and ramp access for wheelchair users. Discover and learn more about our seabird habitats at the Scottish Seabird Centre or be at one with nature with a glamping experience at Hilly Cow Wigwams with facilities for assistance dogs available. So, what are you waiting for? Make Edinburgh & The Lothians your next holiday destination!

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