72 HOURS AT 94DR
Take a short trip to the wonderful city of Edinburgh. Follow along and spend a few days marvelling at the city’s art and architecture, learn the complexities of Scotch Whisky, scoff on the finest Scottish seafood, and sip drams outdoors by the fire on a lazy evening.
We asked Richard Beasley, CEO of leading destination marketing agency BWP to share his long weekend in Edinburgh with friends and family staying at 94DR.
The Scottish strawberry season is on its way! For many of us, the appearance of strawberries on our plates signifies the start of summer. Scottish strawberries are famously some of the best in the world and the northeast of Scotland and Fife have the ideal climate for growing the perfect strawberry with its warm days and cool nights.
ART IN VIEW
An extraordinary display celebrating the life of Joan Eardley, one of Scotland’s most popular twentieth-century artists. This celebratory two-room display at The Scottish Gallery of Modern Art marks 100 years since the birth of Eardley, who is widely regarded as one of the most influential painters of her generation.
There are foods that can split families, or even just couples. Love it or hate it foods.… and liquorice is one. Equally delicious and divisive, this take by Paul on Nigella’s Basque burnt cheesecake with liquorice sauce was such a huge hit with cheesecake and liquorice lovers alike at Christmas – he’s added it to our supper at 94DR repertoire. Fancy trying it out…
Dr Neil’s Garden is one of the most remarkable gardens in Scotland today. Lying next to the twelfth-century Duddingston Kirk, where the lower slopes of Arthur’s Seat meet Duddingston Loch, this secluded garden is the result of the imagination, dedication and sheer hard work of Drs. Andrew and Nancy Neil. It has sometimes been called Edinburgh’s Secret Garden.
We know luxury takes many forms, and with a stay at 94DR you can fully embrace the soul of Edinburgh. From experiences to cuisine to wellness and more our Concierge service is at your disposal.