At the junction of the Royal Mile and South Bridge, this Edinburgh landmark was built in the 17th century, but closed in 1952. Today it is (temporarily) open and used as a venue and pub for the Fringe festival. It is truly remarkable inside. However, it was a little too dark for my pictures to do it justice. The beer selection was minimal - I drank a Belhaven Best - otherwise I would have been tempted to list this as a favourite.