Shopping - Stockbridge, West End, Bruntsfield and Morningside
Cafe Grande, Bruntsfield Place
shops in Morningside
Stockbridge art gallery
Mr Purves in Stockbridge
Stockbridge feels like a village in the middle of a city, with quirky gems nestling beside cosy eateries. The shops in Stockbridge include a mixture of second hand and unique jewellers alongside gourmet food stores and chic charity shops.
Enjoy a coffee and Scottish cake in one of the charming tearooms before taking a peaceful stroll along the water of Leith after a busy day browsing the rails and shelves of the shops in Stockbridge.
The West End, only a few minutes’ walk from Princes Street, has two streets packed with remarkable shops - Stafford Street and William Street. Tucked away just out of the centre of town, these shopping streets offer one-off pieces and handmade products with William Street popular with those with their finger on the fashion pulse.
Bruntsfield and Morningside
On the south side of Edinburgh, check out Bruntsfield which has a unique mix of pretty and petite stores from elegant chocolatiers to original clothes boutiques. With its young vibe, you'll find everything here from scented candles to vintage glamour.
You can enjoy a quiet day out wandering around the shops in Morningside and pausing for a refreshing cup of tea in one of the cafes. Morningside offers a good range of specialist shops and award-winning independent retailers including interior design and furniture stores, gift shops and health stores alongside the bars, cafes and upmarket charity shops.
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Edinburgh and the Lothians sits on the eastern side of Scotland's central belt, in the heart of the country.