The White Lady

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The White Lady
98 St Johns Road
City of Edinburgh
EH12 8AT


Opening Times*

Mon - Sun: 7am to 12am

Has Parking
*Please note: actual opening hours are subject to change. For confirmation, please contact the pub.
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About this Pub
This pub opened on: 21 Jun 2011
Type: J D Wetherspoon


Sadly we are currently not suitable for guest's in wheelchairs or have difficulty climbing lots of stairs. When booking please specify if you would prefer to be booked into a room on the 1st floor.  



Pub History

The road to Corstorphine Castle was lined by an avenue of sycamore trees. One of the trees survived, until it was blown down in the winter storms of 1998. In its heyday the well-known sycamore tree was more than 55 feet high and over 12 feet round. In August 1679, James, Lord Forrester was murdered at the tree, by his mistress, Christian Nimmo. Her ghost, known as 'The White Lady', is said to haunt the spot where she killed her lover with his own sword.

In the area
Did you know we also have these JDW pubs nearby?
The White Lady - Hotel
0.4 miles away
The Alexander Graham Bell
3.1 miles away
The Turnhouse
3.2 miles away
The Sir Walter Scott
3.2 miles away

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