Breathes there a man,
with soul so dead,
who never to himself
“This is my own.
My native land”.
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The Kenilworth and its vicinity have a long and interesting history. The present pub replaces an earlier one designed in 1893 by a wine and spirit merchant. It was converted in 1904 and takes its name from a novel by Sir Walter Scott, whose portrait hangs outside.
A supper in our last pub could be the best way to end your tour. Here's why:
Our customers get a priority treatment for their dinner. This means you spend less time waiting and moretime enjoying yourself
No need to scramble about after the tour looking for somewhere that's still serving food... With this Supper Package, you don't even have to walk away from the last pub. Just sit down and have a great meal!
You can enjoy the delightful room at The Kenilworth, with its stained glass window reminding us of Robert Burns' words.
The Pub sits in the gothic looming shadow of Edinburgh Castle, just off Castle Street. After your dinner, just take a corner and enjoy the view!