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Golden Hare Books is an award-winning independent bookshop with a woodburning stove and popular reading subscription service, based in the heart of Edinburgh's Stockbridge.

Thoughtfully curated by our team of passionate booksellers, our shelves hold the newest titles in fiction and non fiction. If you are browsing our online bookshop or visiting our bricks and mortar store but don't see the book you are looking for, we also offer a free 48 hour ordering service for almost every title.

We stock beautiful, compelling books for readers of all ages and interests.

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Gift Vouchers

Looking for something for that special someone? Our Golden Hare Books gift are ideal for the bibliophile in your life!

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Get in touch

We're now back to our normal opening times of 10:00 - 18:00 every day but if you can't make it in, you can contact us here!

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Fiction A-Z

All Non-fiction

All kids and young adult

Bookseller favourites

Signed editions

Bookish Books

Poetry

Crafts and Gardening

Food and drink

"A heavenly bookshop, thoughtful and loving bookselling of the best kind."

Max Porter, author of Lanny and Grief Is The Thing With Feathers

"Golden Hare is an exemplary indie: yes, it sells loads of books but, perhaps more importantly, it is a lynchpin of the local community."

Tom Tivnan, Managing Editor of The Bookseller

"Community-focused and with a taste for translated literature, Edinburgh's Golden Hare Books is one of the city's highlights."

Penguin.co.uk

One of [Edinburgh's] most charming and thoughtfully curated independent booksellers.. This welcoming shop is full of charm and looks like a small gallery, where beautifully designed book-covers take centre stage.

Dickins.co.uk

"Golden Hare Books boasts a wall of beautifully displayed and merchandised face-out books, an inviting woodburning stove and one of the prettiest shopfronts ever."

The Shopkeepers