Unusual Venues of Edinburgh - Marlin's Wynd


Marlin's Wynd  is an intimate and atmospheric cavernous venue nestled in the depths of the 18th century South Bridge in the heart of the Old Town on Blair Street, and a stone’s throw from the famous Royal Mile.

Marlin's Wynd is on the site of the original Marlin's Wynd which was constructed in the 1540's. The wynd was believed to be named after John Marlouin, the French stonemason who paved the Royal Mile around 1550. With the Reception area being part of a typical Edinburgh Georgian tenement built in 1787 and its vaults constructed in the 1540's, Marlin's Wynd spans centuries of Scottish history.

The information on the above venue is provided only for location purposes.

34A Blair Street


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