Visit Currie and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Currie, City of Edinburgh, is one of the Pentland villages on the banks of the upper reaches of the Water of Leith. The old bridge crosses the river where the 18th-century church was built on the site of a pre-Reformation one. One of the silver communion cups dates from the late 16th century. The church is something of a curiosity, with its painted false windows, which are distinctly attractive.
The Kinleith paper-mill fills the valley below Currie, and there are ruins of many other mills, including two snuff-mills, one above and one below Juniper Green, along the water. While retaining its character, Currie is now almost a suburb of Edinburgh, and is the start for many Edinburgh walkers on their expeditions over the Pentland Hills.
Nearby cities: Edinburgh
Nearby towns: Balerno, Bonnyrigg, Broxburn, Livingston, Penicuik, Queensferry
Nearby villages: Abercorn, Auchendinny, Bilston, Colinton, Corstorphine, Craigmillar, Cramond, Cramond Bridge, Dalmahoy, Dalmeny, Dalry, East Calder, East Pilton, Gilmerton, Gogar, Gorgie, Granton, Hillend, Howgate, Juniper Green, Kirkliston, Kirknewton, Leith, Liberton, Loanhead, Mid Calder, Milton Bridge, Newbridge, Nine Mile Burn, Port Edgar, Pumpherston, Ratho, Rosewell, Roslin, Seafield, Sighthill, Silverburn, Slateford, Turnhouse, Uphall Station, West Pilton, Winchburgh
Have you decided to visit Currie or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Currie bed and breakfast (a Currie B&B or Currie b and b)
- a Currie guesthouse
- a Currie hotel (or motel)
- a Currie self-catering establishment, or
- other Currie accommodation