The Queen's Heid

In 1560, when Mary Queen of Scots returned from France to rule Scotland, Edinburgh publican and idealist Lachie Marr attempted to capitalise by transforming his tavern, The Queen's Heid, into the capital's hottest night spot.

Unfortunately he hadn't quite remembered the crabbit nature of the Scots.

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20071227

In 1560, when Mary Queen of Scots returned from France to rule Scotland, Edinburgh publican and idealist Lachie Marr attempted to capitalise by transforming his tavern, The Queen's Heid, into the capital's hottest night spot.

Unfortunately he hadn't quite remembered the crabbit nature of the Scots.

20071227

In 1560, when Mary Queen of Scots returned from France to rule Scotland, Edinburgh publican and idealist Lachie Marr attempted to capitalise by transforming his tavern, The Queen's Heid, into the capital's hottest night spot.

Unfortunately he hadn't quite remembered the crabbit nature of the Scots.In 1560, when Mary Queen of Scots returned from France to rule Scotland, Edinburgh publican and idealist Lachie Marr attempted to capitalise by transforming his tavern, The Queen's Heid, into the capital's hottest night spot.

Unfortunately he hadn't quite remembered the crabbit nature of the Scots.