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Macdonald Houstoun House Hotel
Uphall
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Built in the 1600s, the Macdonald Houstoun House is a charming country retreat which once played host to Mary Queen of Scots. Set within 20 acres of lush greenery and offering an array of fantastic facilities, this historic hotel is ideal for your next weekend break in Scotland. Let the stresses of life drift away in the Macdonald Houstoun House's superb Leisure Club. With an indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room and beauty spa you can relax, unwind and indulge. For the more active guests the hotel also has a fully fitted gym and tennis courts. The luxuries continue in the AA Rosette Awarded Tower Restaurant at the Macdonald Houstoun House. With open fireplaces, lavish furnishings and elegant decor the hotelís restaurant oozes style and sophistication. These gorgeous surroundings, along with sumptuous gourmet cuisine create a meal to remember at the Macdonald Houstoun House. After an exquisite evening, retreat to your well-appointed home from home at the Macdonald Houstoun House. Lots of space, modern amenities and comfortable furnishings make it easy to sleep well and feel refreshed. If you can tear yourself away from all this luxury you will find yourself within easy reach of Uphall Golf Course, Designer Shopping Outlets, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

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