Cramond is an attractive village only 20 minutes from Edinburgh city centre and a short walk to the shore of the Firth of Forth.
The River Almond, harbour and Cramond Island offer beautiful walks and scenery.
Cramond has a number of places of interest to explore, including:
Whatever the season you can enjoy a number of activities in Cramond village itself, including bird-watching or taking a walk along the promenade.
Cramond Falls Cafe is an old, converted mill on the River Almond that offers food, refreshments and B&B.
Miller & Carter Cramond Brig is a steak restaurant in a beautifully restored 18th century coaching housing overlooking the River Almond.
Cramond Kirk is at the core of the local community and offers a varied programme of events and activities, year round.
Nearby Lauriston Castle and Gardens a 16th century tower house, has stunning grounds overlooking the Firth of Forth.
This gift shop and coffee house offers unique and quirky gifts alongside some delicious treats.
The Maltings exhibition hall showcases history from the Roman era and the Dark ages, through to more modern times.
The waters of the Firth of Forth are ideal for pleasure sailing and include many islands, sheltered harbours and attractions such as the Forth road and rail bridges, Incholm Abbey, Cramond Island and South Queensferry.
Adjacent to the Roman Fort in Cramond this secluded park also has a children’s play area.