- Fascinating text and more than 140 photographs reveal Scotland’s distinct style of pub, including fine examples of the 19th century serving bar and pubs with rows of spirit casks, Robert Burns’ favourite pub and the longest bar counter in the UK
- Features 40 Edinburgh pubs, including the Oxford Bar made famous as the watering hole of writer Ian Rankin’s character Inspector John Rebus; the Abbotsford, owned by Jenners’ department store and Canny Mann’s, a highly individual pub that boasts a champagne menu
- Discover which Scottish true heritage pubs sell real ale as well as a range of single malt whiskies
- Public transport details, accommodation and food availability are given for each pub.
Scotland’s True Real Heritage Pubs
A guide to the historic pub interiors of Scotland, featuring 115 entries including classic ‘time warp’ inns, magnificent Victorian drinking palaces and Art Deco masterpieces.
Published March 2007
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Over 100 Pubs with historic interiors to visit, admire and Enjoy This unique guide will lead you to 115 Scottish pubs which have historic fittings of real national significance, many of which have altered little in the past half century. Some of the featured pubs are tiny ‘time warp’ inns, others are magnificent Victorian drinking palaces and Art Deco masterpieces. There are also several quirky pubs, including one hidden away in a terrace.