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Explore one of Edinburgh’s charming Georgian villages where artisans and merchants settled immediately to the north of The New Town. Bars, restaurants and boutiques thrive in the picturesque Georgian streetscape. Visit on a Sunday for the farmers market, or any other day for a selection of Edinburgh’s best butchers, cheese mongers and fish mongers.

  • Circus Lane Edinburgh with St Stephen's Church Tower in background

A Peaceful Village in the City


Nestled within the city, Stockbridge Village offers a charming escape in the heart of Edinburgh. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon browsing weekly farmers markets overflowing with fresh produce, then indulge in a leisurely brunch at a cosy local cafe.

Forget big-name stores. Stockbridge is a treasure trove of independent shops. Discover unique boutiques, quirky antique stores, and hidden gems showcasing local crafts. Whether you seek a statement outfit or a one-of-a-kind souvenir, Stockbridge may cater to your every whim.

Historical wonders burst from every corner. Snap a photo on the picturesque Circus Lane, explore the beauty of neoclassical St. Stephen’s Church, or delve deeper into the village’s history at Inverleith House, a stunning Georgian mansion in the heart of the Edinburgh Botanic Garden.

Art and nature intertwine seamlessly here. Stroll through tranquil walkways in Inverleith Park, or be captivated by the 20th-century masterpieces at the National Galleries of Scotland: Modern Two.

Stockbridge offers the best of both worlds: city convenience and village charm. Excellent transport links connect you to the heart of Edinburgh, yet time seems to slow down here. Enjoy a pint at a traditional pub, soak up the sunshine at a sidewalk cafe, or simply wander the streets and savour the friendly atmosphere.