at 2 Clifton Terr Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH125DR United Kingdom
The Scots Guards Club offers a warm welcome to members and non members alike in the very heart of Edinburgh. Cosy bar with additional function suite above
The Scots Guards Club offers warm hospitality and excellent facilities to members and non members alike in the heart of Edinburgh's West End. Our doors are open to welcome you to the cosy bar for something to eat or drink and to meet friends old and new. Our first floor function suite is also available at excellent rates for a variety of uses. Come and see us soon.
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On the anniversaryof the Somme, we thought we'd share a poignent wee poem by Edinburgh man Arthur Conan Doyle
It's been a busy week so far and we look forward to seeing more of you this weekend when Edinburgh hosts the Armed Forces Day Parade. A cool beer and warm welcome awaits you at the Club.
If you're in town for the Highland Show this week, remember to call in to the Scots Guards Club where a warm welcome always awaits.
Final call for our Queen's 90th Birthday breakfast this Saturday morning. Doors open 10am. £10 includes breakfast, port, birthday cake, Trooping the colour on TV and some craic. Beers thereafter are optional and we have stretchers on standby. Let us know if you can come along.
We hope you will be marching to the Scots Guards Club this weekend!
We're looking forward to welcoming rugby fans again this weekend when the Guinness Pro12 final comes to Edinburgh. We'll be open early at 1000hrs on the Saturday and usual opening times either side of that. If you're in town, be sure to come in.
Heh Scots guards, Will you be welcoming rugby fans next Saturday for the rugby pro 12 finals at Murrayfield? What time do you open
I was wondering if any one in the club served with me at any time. I knew many of my buddies hailed from Glasgow. I joined as a JNR Gdsn in 1959 Served in Kenya, Germaany, with the 2nd Btn an demo bed in 1969.
The next in our series of world class piping events takes place next Saturday 7th May with a dinner incorporating recital by the one and only Angus McColl. A limited number of tickets at £25 are still available by contacting us here at the Club
Happy birthday to HM The Queen. We will of course be celebrating her official birthday here at the Club on 11 June. Come along and have some fun.
Live music in the bar tomorrow between 3pm-4pm with the hugely talented Rowan Brothers followed by a piping recital at 4pm by the world class piper, Callum Beaumont. Hope to see you there!
Our treasurer Derek tests the strength of his tools as club stalwart John assembles the bench he has acquired (ask no questions) for the front garden. All part of the new look frontage of the club coming soon.
Don't forget about our piping recital on Sunday 17 April. Callum Beaumont is currently one of the most successful competing pipers in the world and we are thrilled that he has agreed to perform here at The Scots Guards Club.
Come in to town and enjoy it folks. Our doors open at 1200hrs.
Queen’s 90th Birthday Breakfast Come and celebrate HM The Queen’s 90th birthday at our breakfast event incorporating Trooping The Colour, to be held at The Scots Guards Club on Saturday 11 June 2016 Doors Open 1000hrs Seated 1050hrs Queen’s Birthday Parade 1100hrs Tickets £10 to include breakfast roll, a glass of port and birthday cake. Numbers are limited and tickets must be reserved in advance via links below or in person at the Club. Dress Code - smart! Everyone welcome email@example.com facebook/thescotsguardsclub
The next of our piping knock out series takes place this Sunday at 1600hrs, Ross Miller v Scott Barrie. £10 at the door including curry. Always a fantastic afternoon of music and chat. Hope to see you there.
Operation Spring Clean was in full gear in the sunshine today as our ex 1SG volunteers John, Jock and Malky got stuck in. Great to see so many people in for lunch as well.
Happy Saint Patrick's Day to the Irish Guards and all our other Irish friends. If you're in town, pop in for a pint of the black stuff and a bit of craic and banter.
Thanks to everyone who called in over the weekend and helped make it such a great couple of days. On Sunday we had both bars open and a steady supply of beer and our famous steak pies for thirsty and hungry rugby supporters.
Diary Date for all you piping fans. The latest in our world class series of piping recitals will take place on Sunday 17 April featuring Callum Beaumont. Callum is a piper at the top of his game and this is a wonderful opportunity to listen to the very best that piping has to offer. Usual 1600hrs kick off. £10 at the door to include club curry. 50% concession for under 16s.
Normal dress code is relaxed this Sunday as we welcome rugby fans from both sides! Busy day today stocking up for the weekend ahead. Hope to see you if you're in town.