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Linwater Caravan Park, East Calder, Edinburgh and the Lothians

Linwater Caravan Park
West Clifton
East Calder
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH53 0HT | View map
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Linwater Caravan Park is a peaceful, family run Park for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents, situated on open farmland just west of Edinburgh. You can enjoy all the delights of Scotland's capital city and then head west to the peace and quiet of the countryside. We are ideally situated for visiting Edinburgh, the Royal Highland Showground, home of the famous Royal Highland Show in June and many other shows and exhibitions, the Falkirk Wheel, and the new Adventure Centre is just 1 mile away with the "only indoor covered climbs on natural rock in the world."

Our Scandinavian style amenity building offers excellent facilities including free showers and privacy cubicles. These are kept clean to the highest of standards by ourselves and our visitors and we look after them as best we can. There is also a small laundry, separate disabled shower-room and dish washing up area.

Our small reception has plenty of tourist information to help you plan your stay - whether it is to venture into Edinburgh or to tour the area - or to travel further afield. As there are many shops and supermarkets in the area, we only have a few sweets etc. for sale, but milk, newspapers and rolls can be ordered daily.

Well behaved dogs - and children - are most welcome, and for the children we have a large sandpit with plenty toys to help you dig and build.

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