Hotels near The Pitclay Gallery in Edinburgh - Best deals & budget rates!
Art and culture play an integral role in attracting tourists to Edinburgh each year. If you are into art then you must take advantage of one of the many art galleries situated throughout the city. Just three miles out of North Berwick lies the Pitclay Gallery. This gallery boasts art work from two local artists David Cohen and Ronnie Fulton. Here you can see some of the finest ceramic artwork in the city.
David is a specialist at making RAKU pots as well as multiple plate compositions. Ronnie’s unique style is of hand built ceramic pieces drawing their inspiration from the seas and boats. If you want to learn more about the art then the Pitclay Gallery offers special talks and workshops where you can improve your understanding of how the ceramic pieces of art are made as well as developing your own creative skills and understanding of arts and crafts.
Culane House Hotel is a relatively small property. The high star rating ensures a comfortable stay along with excellent facilities. You'll appreciate how close you'll be to popular destinations, Nelson Monument, for instance, is a short walk from here.
With its 3 star rating, Park View House Hotel - Guest House guarantees a comfortable stay. You'll be central to several attractions in the area, including Nelson Monument, just 2.0 km (1.2 miles) away.
Thorntree Park, 3 Thorntreeside, Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh
33.19 km from The Pitclay Gallery
The friendly Oakhill Apartments Edinburgh offers cozy and welcoming accommodations. 5 stars guarantees excellence during your Edinburgh visit. Nelson Monument is located close to this location, as is The Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
The friendly Holistic Condos Apartments - Albion Gardens offers cozy and welcoming accommodations. The 3-star rating promises an enjoyable stay in Edinburgh. A short distance from The Real Mary King's Close, and easily accessible by foot from Nelson Monument. The Scottish National Portrait Gallery is a must-see Edinburgh museum.