The Elephant House
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The Elephant House has established itself as one of the best tea and coffee houses in Edinburgh. Made famous as the place of inspiration to writers such as J.K. Rowling, who sat writing much of her early novels in the back room overlooking Edinburgh Castle.
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Opened in 1995, The Elephant House has established itself as one of the best tea and coffee houses in Edinburgh. Made famous as the place of inspiration to writers such as J.K. Rowling, who sat writing much of her early novels in the back room overlooking Edinburgh Castle.
Great view of the castle and nice place to stop for coffee - only a 15 minute walk away or a 5 minute bus ride.
If you are a fan of Harry Potter, stop by for a coffee by the window that overlooks the graveyard. The graveyard contains all the famous people in the novels and the window seat was where the famous series was penned.
JK Rowling wrote the Harry Potter books over coffee and cake in this relaxed writer/reader-friendly cafe. If you are a Harry Potter fan, you really do not want to miss the opportunity to read the comments written on the bathroom walls by the Harry Portter's fans.
If you're into Harry Potter, here is place where book was written, quite popular and busy caffee, nice coffee, food and pastries 🥧
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