Our Venues

Are you looking for a venue that’s right by a river or one that has a roof garden? Would you like a historic or classical venue for your event, or maybe somewhere that has on-site accommodation? Whatever your requirements, we’ll have a function room that’s perfect for you. And you can refine your search to quickly find exactly what you’re looking for.

Shakespeares | Edinburgh

Shakespeares Edinburgh

65 Lothian Road, Edinburgh, Lothian, EH1 2DJ

This historic establishment emerged around the same time as the local theatres towards the end of the 19th century, making it a popular spot for performers, crew and audiences alike. This stretch of Lothian Road is still a buzzing theatre hub, and our pub remains an essential part of Edinburgh’s arts scene. It is an ideal destination for pre-theatre dining and post-performance drinks, where you can often catch sight of actors and musicians fresh from the stage.

The Beehive Inn | Edinburgh

The Beehive Inn Edinburgh

18 to 20 Grassmarket, Lothian, Edinburgh, EH1 2JU

A familiar and friendly sight in the storied Grassmarket area of Scotland’s capital, having been established in the square for over four centuries. Poets, princes and paupers alike have frequented the Beehive in the past, while today it serves as the ideal destination for everyone from discerning city locals to business visitors and sightseers. When it comes to great drinking spots in the heart of the centre, our spacious interior is rivalled only by our popular beer garden.

Milnes Bar | Edinburgh

Milnes Bar Edinburgh

35 Hanover Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PJ

Milnes Bar history dates back to 1910 when London and Milnes spirit merchants opened. The merchants gradually changed over time, becoming a fully-fledged public house in the 1950s. The 20th century Scottish literary renaissance was pioneered by Hugh MacDiarmid who engaged in lively political and poetic debate with the likes of Sydney Goodsir Smith, Sorley MacLean and Norman MacCaig. Their discussions took place in a room in the Milnes that later became hailed as the ‘Little Kremlin’.