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A little about The Salisbury Arms

Whether you pop in on a sunny day for a light lunch, or join us for a celebratory three-course meal, when you visit The Salisbury Arms, you’ll be able to relax and unwind in optimum style and comfort.

Our contemporary and traditional mix of interiors have been carefully selected to create the ultimate dining experience – expect to enjoy stylish yet comfortable corners, opulent décor, and inviting dining spaces.

But that’s not all. This stylish pub, bar and restaurant also boasts an attractive outdoor space that’s ideal for a spot of al fresco dining on a sunny day and with a sun drenched cocktail in hand.

We are a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along. They will absolutely love our dedicated children’s menu and, trust us, you won’t have to persuade them to clear their plates!

A little about The Salisbury Arms
Relax at The Salisbury Arms

Perfect for any occasion

Located in the heart of the vibrant city of Edinburgh, you will have no trouble reaching The Salisbury Arms.

With two major train stations, Edinburgh Waverley and Edinburgh Haymarket, there are regular services to other parts of Scotland and the rest of the UK.

If you’re travelling by road, there are plenty of road links between the city and the rest of Scotland and the UK. There are also a number of bus services operating in and around the area.

Situated in the heart of Edinburgh, there’s no shortage of things to do around The Salisbury Arms.

Join us and enjoy our magnificent interiors and a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining.

Keeping Busy in Edinburgh

Must see sights in the Scottish capital include Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh Zoo, The Real Mary King’s Close, Blair Street Underground Vaults, Our Dynamic Earth, and The Edinburgh Dungeon.

The Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, National Museum of Scotland, The Museum of Childhood, and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery are all sure to be a hit with visitors of all ages.

And, once you’ve finished exploring, make sure you stop by The Salisbury Arms for a refreshing drink and a delicious bite to eat whilst you reflect on your day.

Of course, Edinburgh also has a variety of open spaces and beaches to enjoy. When the sun’s shining, what better way to spend the day than by exploring the beaches and harbours dotted along the area’s coastline - Portovello and Cramond are two local favourites.

A little about The Salisbury Arms