Guinness Six Nations 2020

Two Night Weekend Break

Scotland v England

/ Two Night Break - Fri/Sat
From price £519pp
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Scotland v England

Two Night Break - Fri/Sat
From price £519pp
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A trip down Princes Street, a wee dram in a cosy snug, a tour of the wonderful castle – Edinburgh has a whole host of fantastic things to experience on a rugby weekend and our two night break for Scotland v England will bring every option to life.

A two night break to the Scottish capital for top-class international rugby at the oldest rivalry is always a fantastic opportunity to be part of something special, with like-minded rugby fans. A two night break allows the freedom to not only enjoy the rugby but get under the skin of Edinburgh.


  • Hotel accommodation
  • Official match ticket
  • Dedicated team

Scotland v England - 16:45, 8 Feb

A seismic rugby occasion fit for the two oldest international teams in the world. Welcome to BT Murrayfield for Scotland v England.

This is a rivalry forged in the furness of history, never mind the rugby field. The last time England made the journey to Edinburgh they were dismantled by a brilliant Scotland performance that was one of the most comprehensive losses of Eddie Jones’s reign.

England will be revved up for revenge this time as they aim to wrestle for the Calcutta Cup. Don’t miss it.

Hampton by Hilton Edinburgh West End

Hampton by Hilton Edinburgh West End is located right in the heart of the city centre and just a short walk away from Edinburgh Haymarket train station. There are several bus routes and a tram link nearby that will enable you to travel around the city to experience the delights, hidden gems and history of this lovely city.

This hotel puts you in easy reach of attractions such as the historic Edinburgh Castle, the National Museum of Scotland, Holyrood Palace, Princes Street and all the main shopping and leisure attractions.

Bed and breakfast is included during your stay.


The Athens of the North or Auld Reekie, Edinburgh is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, slung across rocky hills overlooking the sea.

The Old Town is a picturesque jumble of medieval tenements looking down the Royal Mile, while the New Town is neat, ordered and respectable. It offers a constantly changing face.

It is a city high on culture but it’s also down to earth, a city of loud, crowded pubs, late night partying and classic comedians. It’s the place that prompted Robert Louis Stevenson to put down his studies and explore the late night drinking dens. If it’s good enough for him, it’s good enough for us!
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