Local Guide to Stockbridge

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Just a short 10 minute walk from The Balmoral, Edinburgh’s most adored neighbourhood can be found, Stockbridge. 

Stockbridge is renowned for its cobbled streets, Georgian architecture, beautiful green parks and a mix of independent shops and family owned restaurants. 


Dean Village, Stockbridge,
One of Edinburgh's most picturesque locations and often described akin to a fairy-tale

I.J. Mellis & Son
Indulge on a delicious cheese tasting, sampling the freshest Scottish cheese. This is a fantastic opportunity for cheese lovers to learn from the passionate cheesemongers and bring your own bottle to enjoy alongside. Or simply pop in to browse their huge selection of wonderful cheeses.


Sunday Market
Stockbridge Sunday market offers a range of delicious hot food, freshly baked goods, charcuterie, fruit and vegetables, and arts and crafts. It is
the perfect way to spend a relaxing Sunday afternoon and to enjoy
some local delicacies.


Whiskers Wine Bar & Bistro
A relaxed family owned establishment that focuses on seasonal and fresh British cuisine with a classical French influence. Sit at the window with your chosen wine and watch the world go by.




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