When we first moved to Edinburgh, Paul would call Arthur’s Seat ‘Devil’s Peak’! It made me laugh every time he said it.
I can see the connection though, as Arthur’s Seat has a definite presence in Edinburgh. I still admire it with awe. While I travel around the city, I turn a corner and it suddenly appears – Edinburgh’s extinct volcano bursting out of the ground in all of its glory. *Simply Stunning* It is no wonder Arthur’s Seat has won the award of “top attraction” with Trip Advisor.
For the nature lover this is a definite must and Barony House is perfectly positioned to start your hike to the top. We’re so close you can be up to the summit and back down in time for our delicious breakfast! (What better way to burn off that pain au chocolat :P)
View towards Edinburgh Castle from the ring road (If you’re not up for the hike, you could
always cheat and drive around the one way ring road)
Dunsapie Loch, Arthur’s seat
Can you spot Barony House?
Feed the Swans, Ducks & Gulls at St Margaret’s Loch, Arthur’s Seat