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Patriothall Gallery

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Off 48 Hamilton Place 1 D Patriothall, Edinburgh EH3 5AX Scotland
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John F wrote a review Aug 2016
Newcastle, England, United Kingdom183 contributions61 helpful votes
Artists' studios gallery so only open for exhibitions. 2 rooms but interesting work there - A VAU curated show. ‘Method (In The Madness)’ exhibits the work of VAU Members Vivian Ross-Smith, Laura McGlinchey and Emma Rogers alongside invited artists, Dominic McIvor, Davy Forsyth and Jen Bradley. If you search for it on Google maps, use address otherwise you will be misdirected to Dundas Street.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Fiona M wrote a review Nov 2015
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We enjoyed a long weekend in this property and found it to be clean, comfortable and well equipped. It was also so quiet for such a central location. We came by car so the inclusion of a secure parking space was a great bonus in Edinburgh. Our son and daughter in law ended up joining us for a night, and the bed settee was very easy to put up and we are advised also very comfortable. The apartment was so quiet for such a central location. .Due however to the short distance to Stockbridge and central Edinburgh we walked or used Lothian Transports very good public transport system with its flat fare of £1.50. Edinburgh is better explored on foot or by public transport. Stockbridge has plenty of places to eat out The Bailie being an excellent example of an old Scottish pub with connections to Robert Burns. We would also recommend the open air Market on a Sunday. The weather was cold and sunny and from the Market we walked along the Water of Leith to Dean Village a Historical area on Edinburgh. This was a very nice flat in an excellent position to explore Edinburgh.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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