Some websites that we hope you'll find useful when visiting Edinburgh
The Witchery by the Castle, James Thomson's original restaurant in Edinburgh's historic Old Town. Now in it’s fourth decade is also home to some uniquely theatrical suites www.thewitchery.com
Spectacular rooftop dining at Edinburgh's first and finest rooftop restaurant, the Tower Restaurant just a short walk across George IV Bridge from the Witchery and overlooking Greyfriars Bobby www.tower-restaurant.com
Rhubarb. James Thomson’s gourmet fine dining restaurant in Edinburgh located within the historic surroundings of Prestonfield House.
Prestonfield – James Thomson’s boutique five star hotel in Edinburgh. One of the most romantic hotels in Scotland and the perfect private dining, exclusive use or historic wedding venue www.prestonfield.com
James Thomson's Collection of restaurants www.edinburghsbestrestaurants.com
A collection of unique luxury experiences in Edinburgh www.luxuryedinburgh.com
A collection of luxury experiences around Scotland including Gleneagles and Prestonfield www.luxuryscotland.com
Great things to do in Edinburgh year-round www.edinburgh.org
Taste of Scotland traditional Scottish Show & Dinner www.scottishshow.co.uk
Edinburgh Airport www.edinburghairport.com
Edinburgh is renowned as the world's Festival City with a series of 12 festivals throughout the year including renowned book, jazz, film and science festivals alongside Edinburgh's Hogmanay, the Edinburgh Military Tattoo and the Festival Fringe. Links to all are at www.edinburghfestivals.co.uk
Winter is the perfect time to visit Edinburgh and you'll find inspiring Christmas ideas at www.edinburghschristmas.com
A few of our favourite speciality shops close to the Witchery by the Castle in Edinburgh
Stylish Scottish tweeds for the independently-minded and style conscious from Walker Slater in Victoria Street www.walkerslater.com and for tweeds, rugs, luggage and fabrics for the home that are all made in Scotland Anta is nearby www.anta.co.uk
Also in Victoria Street is the world’s first liquid deli, Demijohn with a great range of drinks and wonderful traditional cheeses from Iain Mellis Cheesemongers – a cave-like shop that is a wonderful supplier of perfectly-conditioned farmhouse cheeses.
Our favourite charity, The Prince’s Trust, is helping to change young lives in Scotland and the Witchery is delighted that most guests at the Witchery add a pound to their bill which adds to the six-figure sum raised for the Prince’s Trust by James Thomson’s big annual event, Lunch with an Old Bag www.lunchwithanoldbag.com.