Celebrate Burns Night in Edinburgh and Stay in a Serviced Apartment

On 25th January 2012, Edinburgh celebrates the birth of ‘The Bard’, Robert Burns, one of Scotland’s best known poets and widely considered to be the national poet of Scotland. 25th January has become known as Burns Night and has been celebrated since after his death for over 200 years. Why not travel to Edinburgh for Burns Night to join in the festivities and celebrations and stay in a serviced apartment? Serviced apartments are an increasingly popular choice for visitors to cities, offering more freedom, more space and more amenities for your money! Serviced City Pads has a large range of serviced apartments for you to choose from for your stay in Edinburgh. To see the serviced apartments available in Edinburgh for Burns Night, please click here.

Robert Burns, born in January 1759, is considered to be one of the great pioneering poets of Romantic era. He is known to have influenced other such leading Romantics as William Wordsworth, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Even if you’re not a fan of literature and poetry, you are sure to have heard some of Robert Burns’ work. He wrote the infamous poem and song Auld Lang Syne which is traditionally sung at New Year’s celebrations, not just in Scotland but all around the English speaking world. American novelist, John Steinbeck’s novel Of Mice and Men, took its title from a line in Burns’ poem To a Mouse, “the best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men/ Gang aft agley”. Of Mice and Men is taught in the GCSE English Syllabus across the UK and was made into a major movie starring John Malcovich and Gary Sinise in 1992. Burns Night is sure to be an exciting and interesting night, giving you an insight deep into Scottish culture and tradition. It is an annual celebration across Scotland with traditional suppers, poems and songs and is more widely celebrated than Scotland’s national day, St. Andrews Day. You could celebrate by going out to one of the many Burns Suppers around the city or why not make your own in your serviced apartment and bask in the festivities and atmosphere of the city.

If you will be travelling to Edinburgh for Burns Night, serviced apartments are a great alternative to a hotel room, offering more space and the advantage of having your own kitchen and dining/living area. Whether you are travelling alone, in a couple, a large group or a family, there is a serviced apartment in Edinburgh to suit you. To find out more about what serviced apartments are available for your stay, contact Serviced City Pads on 0844-335-8866 or have a look at the Edinburgh city page on the Serviced City Pads website.