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Champany Inn
Linlithgow
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH49 7LU | View map
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Champany Inn, situated only 20 minutes west of Edinburgh, has become famous for its simple and honest approach to cooking. The restaurant menu boasts some of Scotland's finest produce, although renowned for our Aberdeen Angus beef we also offer hot smoked salmon , smoked over mesquite woodchips, lobsters and Loch Gruinart oysters, fresh from our seawater pool. The Chop and Ale House offers less formal dining.

Our sixteen luxury bedrooms with spacious en-suite facilities mean that there is no need to hurry home. We are very easy to reach, only 2 minutes from the M9 motorway, 5 minutes from Linlithgow train station and 15 minutes from Edinburgh airport.

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Ratings/Awards: 5 Star
Number of Rooms: 16
Number Ensuite: 16

Price per Room:

Double: 135
Twin: 135
Single: 125
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