Edinburgh/Stockbridge and Canonmills

Looking east along St Stephen Street in Stockbridge

Stockbridge and Canonmills are two adjacent districts of Edinburgh. They cover the area immediately to the north of the New Town. The main tourist draw here is the Royal Botanic Garden, but don't miss the eclectic variety of independent shops and some great places to eat and drink. It's also the place to see International cricket matches.

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Stockbridge is well-known throughout Edinburgh and beyond for its second-hand clothes shops, which are spread along Raeburn Place and St Stephen Street. Both Stockbridge and Canonmills have a number of specialist food shops.

Take a pleasant walk along St Stephen Street with numerous small independent art galleries and design orientated stores you are bound to find something of interest in this small street. Some of these stores include:




There are a number of small and medium sized hotels and guest houses throughout the area.



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