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This is a great place to stay for a long weekend with the family. We were able to get the bus into town from the airport and then change for the bus to Cramond. Fiarly easy, ask the driver or local if you're unsure. The...More
Cramond Village which sits on the shores of the Almond River in past centuries was a bustling town of industry with steel furnaces and iron forges exporting steel to markets in India.
Sadly due to changing times these industries were no longer required and now...More
This charming village on Cramond shore has a lovely olde world pub with great food, cafes by the river Almond, a museum, harbour, taught yard, causeway for a walk over to Cramond Island at low tide. What more could you ask for on a nice...More
We were at the festival and, as a runner, I was planning to run in the Edinburgh parkrun, which takes place along the sea front at Cramand. I am glad I went as I could not do the run which starts at 09:30 rather than...More
Visited here in April with The Other Half.We parked at the bottom of a longish,narrow road and it seemed we were lucky to get a space.The Promenade was busy with people eating Ice-Creams,sitting drinking and walking their dogs.It has this fantastic feeling that you have...More
The cottage was outstanding every whim catered for .Great if you have a dog it's so dog friendly the prom is right in front of the property great long walks and when you get back there's a bistro right where you stay bacon sandwich a...More
We started our autumnal walk from the Miller and Carter Cramond Brig steakhouse and walked along the river Almond on the River Almond walkway directly to Cramond beach and back. I would recommend this walk as the scenery along the way is very pleasant and...More
hi cramond is approx 30 minutes from city centre by public transport taxis are pricey in edinburgh a guess would be about £10 to £12. best way get a bus and buy a daysaver £4 for all day then get a 29 bus to silverknowes and... More
hi cramond is approx 30 minutes from city centre by public transport taxis are pricey in edinburgh a guess would be about £10 to £12. best way get a bus and buy a daysaver £4 for all day then get a 29 bus to silverknowes and walk along the front or a 41 direct to cramond. option 1 is better. enjoy edinburgh.