Dalkeith

Dalkeith is a good sized town just a few miles from Edinburgh and closer still to Musselburgh. A wide High Street, Tolbooth, Dalkeith House and some grand Victorian buildings give the place definite tone... Read More

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Hotels in Dalkeith - 4 places to stay

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The County Hotel

The County Hotel

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Family friendly hotel with a relaxed atmosphere. Located seven miles from edinburgh city centre. The hotel has recently been refurbished and now has 32 stylish ... More

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Seven

Seven

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A great base for exploring Edinburgh (6 miles) and the midlothian area.Just opend a great budget option with a few extra touches to make your stay more relaxed.Great transport links ... More

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Wester Cowden Farmhouse (1.19 miles)

Wester Cowden Farmhouse

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Each bedroom or private lounge and for warmer days the patio now has free broadband access. Spacious accommodation (please telephone on the number provided on your booking form if you ... More

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Melville Castle Hotel (1.36 miles)

Melville Castle Hotel
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Melville Castle has been restored and refurbished to provide a luxury 4 star Hotel only 6 miles from Edinburgh city. The castle is set in a ... More
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Mount Ceres Guest House (1.95 miles)

Mount Ceres Guest House
Mount Ceres is a Victorian former manse and set in its own grounds of beautiful gardens. The accommodation is 7 miles south of Edinburgh city centre but just 1 mile from the city by-pass and ... More | visit website
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Old Stables Bed and Breakfast (1.97 miles)

Old Stables Bed and Breakfast
The Old Stables is a stone built house which has a blend of modern contemporary living within a traditional environment. There are 2 golf ranges 3 minutes away and a riding school 4 minutes away. We ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Edinburgh Musselburgh (2.29 miles)

Travelodge Edinburgh Musselburgh

Located on the A1 Musselburgh Bypass, the Travelodge at Edinburgh provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the Scottish countryside. Spacious en-suite rooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, ... More | visit website

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Dalhousie Castle and Spa (2.33 miles)

Dalhousie Castle and Spa

A fascinating 13th century fortress set within acres of wooded parkland on the picturesque banks of the River Esk. From the moment you arrive at Dalhousie Castle, a warm Scottish welcome awaits. Whether relaxing in ... More | visit website

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Carberry Tower (2.55 miles)

Carberry Tower
Stay at Carberry Tower and experience the hustle and bustle of one of Europe’s most fascinating cities whilst breathing the fresh air of the magnificent Scottish countryside. Easy access to city via train with a ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Edinburgh Inveresk (2.60 miles)

Premier Inn Edinburgh Inveresk
Within easy reach of the A1 and with Wallyford and Newcraighall Railway stations close by, this Premier Inn hotel is comfortably located only 2.5 miles from Musselburgh Racecourse and only 8 miles from Edinburgh city ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Edinburgh (Newcraighall) (3.03 miles)

Premier Inn Edinburgh (Newcraighall)
This Premier Inn is situated by Fort Kinnaird retail park, next to Bannatynes Health Club. There is a Park and Ride facility together with a direct train into Waverley Train station, centre of Edinburgh, where ... More | visit website
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Inveresk House (3.11 miles)

Inveresk House
Award-winning family-run bed and breakfast. Historic mansion house dating from 1596 in the beautiful conservation village of Inveresk - just 7 miles from Edinburgh's Princes Street.

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