The Cumberland Bar (Beer Garden)
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The Cumberland Bar (Beer Garden)

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The Cumberland Bar has a large beer garden, which is very popular amongst local residents and visitors alike, particularly during the summer months when the weather is favourable.

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A: The Cumberland Bar (snug room)

Por Ivon Bartholomew, 10 metros de distância

In addition to the large main bar and back room areas, the Cumberland Bar also offers two more intima...

The Cumberland Bar (snug room)

B: The Cumberland Bar Edinburgh

Por Ivon Bartholomew, 20 metros de distância

The Cumberland Bar is situated in the heart of Edinburgh's famous New Town. The bar boasts a wide sel...

The Cumberland Bar Edinburgh

C: Cumberland Bar (Back Room)

Por Ivon Bartholomew, 20 metros de distância

The Cumberland Bar is happy to offer the whole or part of its back room free of charge for private fu...

Cumberland Bar (Back Room)

D: Edinburgh skyline North

Por Scott Knauss, 500 metros de distância

Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland. It is the second largest Scottish city, after Glasgow[1], ...

Edinburgh skyline North

E: Panorama Suite at The George Hotel, Edinburgh

Por Ivon Bartholomew, 510 metros de distância

This is the latest addition to The George Hotel.The top room on the latest of extension of 50 bedroom...

Panorama Suite at The George Hotel, Edinburgh

F: Panorama Suite Terrace at The George Hotel, Edinburgh

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The Panorama Terrace, connected to the Panorama Suite, affords magnificent views from Edinburgh Castl...

Panorama Suite Terrace at The George Hotel, Edinburgh

G: Edinburgh skyline West

Por Scott Knauss, 510 metros de distância

Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland. It is the second largest Scottish city, after Glasgow, and...

Edinburgh skyline West

H: Edinburgh Skyline

Por Scott Knauss, 530 metros de distância

Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland. It is the second largest Scottish city, after Glasgow[1], ...

Edinburgh Skyline

I: Edinbugh skyline South

Por Scott Knauss, 530 metros de distância

Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland. It is the second largest Scottish city, after Glasgow[1], ...

Edinbugh skyline South

J: Executive Twin Room 355, The George Hotel, Edinburgh

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This room is located in the forth wing, which was build in 1970 and recently refurbished.  It is a la...

Executive Twin Room 355, The George Hotel, Edinburgh

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