PHOTO – Edinburgh’s Wild West, Morningside

Update – January 2015. This ‘Wild West’ street isn’t looking too good these days. If making a special trip, please look at the photo at the bottom of for the only units that are left. One of our most popular articles on the website has been Edinburgh’s Wild West. Hidden in a street in Morningside, […]


REVIEW – Cafe Blush, Morningside


Cafe Blush hits the mark I can only say good things about Cafe Blush in Morningside.  You are greeted with a smile and made to feel welcome in this popular cafe.  The menu is excellent and caters for breakfast, lunch and all-day snacks. Cafe Blush does a selection of gluten-free products (including bread) and uses local bakers […]

Wild West Edinburgh, Morningside

Please see our updated 2015 article about this street. It’s unfortunately run down now. Hidden in a street in Morningside, lies Edinburgh’s Wild West.  It was built in 1995/6 by Michael Faulkner as part of the ambience of the sales area for a furniture business, which specialised in Southwestern style.  There were a number of let […]

REVIEW – Loopy Lorna’s, Morningside


Loopy Lorna’s  is constantly packing Edinburgh people (and visitors) in at this very cute establishment.  Owned by Gaynor Salisbury, Loopy Lorna’s was set up as a tribute to her mum Lorna, who died from lung cancer 12 years ago.  Childhood memories of endless cups of tea and delicious home baking have been replicated in this Morningside […]

EVENT – Holistic and Craft Fair, Sunday 6th Sep, Morningside

There is a holistic and craft fair being held at the Columcille Centre, 2 Newbattle Terrace, Morningside on  Sunday 6th September  between 11am  and 5.00pm Free Entry There shall be several stalls on the day with tasters on holistic therapies and stalls selling crafts , aromatherapy oils, jewellery etc. There shall also be tarot reading/angel card reading If […]

REVIEW – Morningside Shopping

Morningside is a lovely area to spend a couple of hours in, wandering around the shops. There’s all kinds, from fancy boutiques, to crafts shops to old fashioned book shops.