“Some hae meat and canna eat,
And some wad eat that want it,
But we hae meat and we can eat,
And sae the Lord be thankit.”
Celebrate Robert Burns with our Burns Night – held traditionally on his birth date of January 2th. At our Burns Supper celebrations you will enjoy all the usual Scottish delights including the addressing of the haggis, readings of Robert Burns, Scottish folk songs and a lot of laughter and fun.
Dram for the day
With our Burns Night Edinburgh, you can also enjoy our superb range of scotch whisky’s or indulge in a whiskey tasting on the evening. Position yourself in the centre of Edinburgh Burn’s celebrations, a dram in hand and see if you yourself can recite the beautiful art of Robert Burns, even if just a dram for good luck.
Book today for our special Rabbie Burns night, held in our historic Edinburgh townhouse MP’s Bistro (Members of Parliament bistro, with genuine Scottish hospitality that is sure to make the words rhyme off your tongue.
The capital of poetry
Where else is there to be on the celebration of our Scottish poet than in the heart of the capital itself. Listen to the beautiful words created by this Alloway heart, with the glimpse of beautiful, lit up Edinburgh Castle in the background. Tell tales of the rich history that lives in the cobbled grounds of The Royal Mile, and reminisce over the culture that has enriched this great nation on a perfect Burns Night in Edinburgh. Then, top off your evening and take a walk under the stars to the annual treat that is the Burns Celidh held in the Counting House, a venue where once Rabbie himself was entertained!
So grab the glass, pierce the haggis and clear your throat, the poetry season is coming. Book the perfect Burns night in Edinburgh.BOOK NOW