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Enjoy the best of both worlds when you arrive at this Victorian mansion. Set amidst 55 acres of secluded parkland and lush green lawns, Norton House is just a short journey from the historic city of Edinburgh.
Widely acknowledged as one of the leading hotels in Edinburgh charmed by the period furnishings and the warm Scottish hospitality.
Norton House offers a choice of dining. Enjoy exquisite cuisine accompanied by fine wines in the award winning restaurant, or the new Brasserie offers vibrant and contemporary cuisine.
A number of bedrooms have recently been upgraded to the highest standards providing the ultimate in modern luxuries, some of the upgraded rooms include 42” plasma screen TVs and DVD players.
Norton House provides the perfect environment for business meetings. Not simply because it’s tucked away in the Scottish countryside far from the day-to-day pressures of the office. The variety and versatility of the rooms available makes planning your event simple. And its proximity to the city of Edinburgh, the airport and major road and rail links makes it easily accessible from anywhere in the country. Presentations, conferences, team-building exercises, and new product launches are all easily catered for. There is a wide choice of rooms in the main house and the Victorian stables have recently been converted into a self-contained conference and business centre, with a further four meeting rooms, a syndicate room and a breakout area.
Nearest Train Station: Edinburgh Waverly
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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 47
Number Ensuite: 47
Price per PersonPrice Includes: Breakfast
Double: £70; Aug £90 - Based on 2 adults sharing for 2 nights
Twin: £70; Aug £90 - Based on 2 adults sharing for 2 nights
Single: £50 supplement
Suite: £50 supplement per room
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Cuisine: Restaurant: Fine Dining; Brasserie: Contemporary
Chef: Graham Shaw
Awards: 1 AA Rosette
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