For as long as I can remember I have wanted to visit the witchery for Halloween. Finally I got the chance and I grabbed it with both hands. Not only had I not been to the witchery by the castle but I had never been to Edinburgh. So it was about time I rectified both points
Edinburgh in the autumn is really something a beautiful place. The shades or red, green and orange are spell binding.
The witchery by the castle is a restaurant iv known about for years but never quite managed to get to. Hidden in a collection of historic buildings at the gates to Edinburgh Castle, I have been dying to go but was adamant I had to go at Halloween.
We stepped into the witchery and it was every bit as magical as I had hope. Pumpkins, and candlelight guide the way into a decadently ambient restaurant. Its wonderfully cosy and intimate.
We took our seats, surrounded by ancient oak panelling hung with tapestries.and vines cover the ceiling.
I ordered Shellfish bisque to start, which was as incredible as it looks.
A Travel, beauty and lifestyle blog with the occasional afternoon tea by Angelina Belle
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