It very quite place ... A remote place for clearing up you mind, there are a plenty unleaded dogs playing so if you are a dog allergic, do not thing of going
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Read 3 accounts of Cramond in books I own, so I finally went here. Took the Stage Coach Queensferry bus from the west end of Princes St to just before the modern River Almond bridge. Walked north-east along the river path - popular with couples...More
Once off the bus, walk down to the old village and on your way you will pass the Kirk, below which is the outline of the old Roman fort. Carry on from there past the white cottages and the Cramond Inn to the waterfront. The...More
Really nice place within Edinburgh with the feelings like you far away of the city. And dont forget to visit Cramond Inn with the great selection of beers and nice pub food.
Lovely location so close to the city but seems a million miles away. DO check the low tide times carefully to get the very best out of your visit, real warm welcome and comforting drinks at the cafe on the old quayside. Will definitely return...More
This is such a beautiful scenic place. The view out to sea and the rail bridge is breathtaking, amazing so near the City. Great that it is safe for dog walking, cycling, running, roller skating etc etc. lots of places to stop for coffee or...More
I dined last night in the newly refurbished Cramond Brig. It is part of the Miller and Carter chain, and the food was excellent. Using locally sourced Scottish beef, it was the best steak I have ever had. The service was friendly, and judging by...More
Get the tide times right and set off along the 1 mile causeway to Cramond Island passing the concrete pylons following a narrow concrete path which is passable at low tide spend some time exploring the island taking photos gathering shells before heading back to...More
A photographers dream. Remnants from the world wars and skies that take your breath away. The pyramids that make up the causeway glow with colour. Dragon's teeth I believe they are called. Good hike.