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Glasshouse
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Floor-to-ceiling windows, beds so big you'll slumber sweet, the crispest Egyptian cotton bed linen, baths built to soak in long and deep… A lavender-scented roof garden, acres of sun-splashed patios and cool, shady verandas, eat and drink wherever you like…

Service to your room day and night, shoes shined to a polished conker gleam, whiskies imbued with the character of their Highland home…

You might be forgiven for assuming such a place must be a figment of your imagination. But behind the façade of the 150 year old Lady Glenorchy church, you'll find the clean, modern lines of The Glasshouse - a 5 star boutique hotel, but not as you know it.

Voted by Conde Nast Traveller as one of the top 50 hottest hotels in the world. Winner of the 'Most Stylish Hotel' by the Scottish Style Awards. Winner 'Most Sexiest Hotel in Scotland' by Hotel Review Scotland. Awarded five star status by VisitScotland. Voted as 'in top 1%' of all Expedia listed hotels, globally.

Superbly located in the heart of Edinburgh, the hotel is 5 minutes from Princes Street, North Bridge and Harvey Nichols. Edinburgh Waverley mainline station is only 5 minutes by taxi, and Edinburgh International Airport is 10 kms away, about a 20 minute drive.

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