Set on a working farm in the fertile West Lothian countryside, just 3 miles from the historic town of Linlithgow and with convenient access to the M9, Edinburgh, 20 miles and Stirling, 24 miles; this is a wonderfully central location with activities for all in easy reach. Tastefully designed with light, space and comfort in mind, Veleta is one of 4 cottages perfect for family and friends to relax and enjoy this fascinating area. Veleta has a beautifully furnished and equipped living area, generous bedrooms and bathrooms.
Just 3½ miles from historic Linlithgow, and convenient for Edinburgh, Glasgow and southern Scotland, these three cottages are set on an arable farm and have been converted to create spacious, light and comfortable holiday accommodation for families and friends. Sylvan Cottage is the end cottage of a row of three and has a large farmhouse style kitchen with a dining area and a comfortable living room.Linlithgow has a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops and a visit to Linlithgow Palace should not be missed.
3 Burnside Cottages is a charming, terraced, ground floor cottage three miles from Linlithgow. The cottage sleeps two people in one double bedroom. There is also a bathroom, a kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area and an open fire. Outside there is off road parking for one car, a rear decked garden and a front lawned garden. This cottage is in a fantastic location with easy road and rail links to a number of nearby attractions. 3 Burnside Cottages offers an array of activities to suit everybody.
Just 3½ miles from historic Linlithgow, and convenient for Edinburgh, Glasgow and southern Scotland, these three cottages have been converted to create spacious, light and comfortable holiday accommodation for families and friends. The Granary is a mid-terraced cottage with a spacious living room with an exposed stone wall.Linlithgow has a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops and a visit to Linlithgow Palace should not be missed.
Exciting, outstanding, stylish, spacious, amazingly well-equipped, wow, thinks of everything... all words that crop up regularly in guest reviews on Crosswoodhill Farm Holiday Cottages. Midway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, our livestock farm on the Pentland Hills offers tranquillity and a relaxing base. Equally ideal for couples or up to 12 people. Explore our website and discover 4 very different award-winning properties, ranging from 3 STAR traditional comfort to 5 STAR stunning contemporary chic. Lots of interior images and information with loads of ideas for days out, walking or otherwise. In addition to 3 prestigious VisitScotland Thistle Awards for extra mile care, Crosswoodhill has earned a Gold 'Green' award and is waiting to welcome you.
Set on a working farm in the fertile West Lothian countryside, just 3 miles from the historic town of Linlithgow and with convenient access to the M9, Edinburgh, 20 miles and Stirling, 24 miles; this is a wonderfully central location with activities for all in easy reach. Tastefully designed with light, space and comfort in mind, The Haymakers is one of four cottages, perfect for families and friends to relax and enjoy this fascinating area. The Haymakers has a beautifully furnished and equipped living area, generous bedrooms and bathrooms.
Set in the Bathgate Hills with panoramic views of the Pentland and Ochil Hills. Bankhead has converted farm buildings to luxurious accommodation. Linlithgow, Bathgate, Broxburn, Beecraigs country park and Livingston are within a 10 minute drive and Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling within 30 minutes. B&B and self catering offered all year.
This pretty detached cottage is set on the owner’s working arable and sheep farm just 10 miles out of Edinburgh with regular buses or trains into the city centre. It is just perfect for a relaxing holiday with plenty of private garden space for children to play, with a secluded patio area. Comfortably furnished in a contemporary style, it is an ideal base from which to take day trips to Edinburgh, Glasgow and the Scottish coastline.
Relax in the secluded, private hot tub with nothing other than squirrels and birds to disturb you, when you stay in this centrally located, bright and contemporary first floor apartment for two. It is privately set in the grounds of the owner’s home with lots of good walks to Blahorn Nature Reserve which surrounds this lowland crofting initiative. Halfway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, and with wonderfully stress-free train access to either city in around 30 minutes, there is lots to do and see.
Just 3½ miles from historic Linlithgow, and convenient for Edinburgh, Glasgow and southern Scotland, these three cottages are set on an arable farm and have been converted to create spacious, light and comfortable holiday accommodation for families and friends. Cedar Lodge is an end cottage of a row of three, and has a large, bright sitting room with a dining area and a second seating area within an interior hall where there is a sofa bed.
This delightful ground floor apartment is ideally located in the historic village of South Queensferry, just 10 miles from Edinburgh. With striking views of all three Forth Bridges and just a short walk from the cobbled high street with its array of excellent cafés, restaurants and quaint independent shops, this is the perfect spot for a truly relaxing holiday. The apartment is well-furnished and equipped with three bedrooms and a bright living room.
Situated on the southern edge of Penicuik, Allanbank enjoys pleasant views over the north east valley. This compact semi-detached holiday cottage is part of a former weaver’s cottage dating from when the first Scottish cotton mill operated nearby in 1793.
This superbly central location gives speedy access to Scotland’s historic cities, Edinburgh and Glasgow, either by train or car, and yet there is perfect peace at Croft View. This first floor contemporary conversion is situated within the owner’s 4-acre grounds, who live nearby. It offers lovely walks from the door and a stunning outlook from the summerhouse and hot tub over rolling lawns and beautifully maintained lake.
Nestled at the end of a secluded, private track and overlooking the beautiful River Avon, this lovingly restored, former watermill provides the ultimate romantic hideaway and features river views from the verandahs. The sights and sounds of the river as it gently flows over the rapids can be enjoyed from the luxury of your own outdoor hot tub or the two verandahs, one of which can be accessed from one of the double bedrooms - visitors can even try a little trout fishing.
This lovely, semi-detached, rural holiday cottage, attached to the owner’s home, is situated peacefully in the rolling hills along a ½ mile farm track. Nestled just 2 miles away from the historic town of Linlithgow, with views to the Forth Bridge from the garden, a car is essential to explore this wonderful idyllic area. Centrally placed to explore Edinburgh or Glasgow, 20 and 30 minutes by train, the Borders, Perthshire and Fife. An ideal rural base from which to enjoy Edinburgh Festival.
This attractive town cottage has been converted from a former stable and has its own south-facing terrace and walled garden - within walking distance of all the amenities of historic Linlithgow, with fine views over the Royal Palace, its parkland and loch. Delightfully set in the grounds of the owner’s home, it is furnished with antique pine and has great charm and character. Shops, restaurants, bars, leisure centre, canal and a railway station with regular 20-minute links to Edinburgh can all be found within a few hundred yards.
This holiday cottage offers the best of both worlds, it is within 30 minutes of the city centre but also on the edge of the Pentland Hills Regional Park, with 65 miles of paths to explore. Adjoining the owners’ home, it has been created to give maximum privacy and features a private garden with patio and swings. There is easy access onto the bypass to visit Hopetoun House, Forth Bridges and many other attractions. Local shops, pubs and restaurants are to be found ¾ of a mile away in historic Colinton Village.
Situated above a tumbling burn is Mill Cottage (SFFJ), a detached stone building. Part of a working sheep farm, it was formerly an old mill, now converted to a high standard with great attention to comfort and style.Just below on the same small stream is Bridge Cottage (UKC3466), a beautifully crafted romantic cottage for two. It is set above a bubbling burn and is furnished and equipped with exceptional attention to detail and guest comfort.
Hidden away among lovely beech trees and with views from the terrace of the attractive Union Canal, The Coach House is a perfect base from which to explore Edinburgh. Stone-built and detached, it is set within the extensive grounds of the owners’ home on the edge of a village where a good pub, local shops and an opportunity to take a canal cruise can be found. For keen walkers there is good hill walking in the Pentland Hills Regional Park.
This delightful, centrally situated holiday cottage is perfect for easy access into Edinburgh by train from Kirknewton station, which is a five minute drive, and to explore the surrounding areas. It is set in the grounds of the owner’s home just off the A71, on the edge of a small collection of houses with an open outlook over farmland. It is very light and comfortable with a summerhouse and patio being ideal for relaxing after a day away.
With views over the Moorfoot hills, this spacious, detached holiday cottage is set on a working sheep farm has been crafted from original farm buildings. Edinburgh is just 16 miles away with particularly easy access using the park & ride. Explore Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, the cobbles of the Royal Mile and the thoroughfares of the New Town. Enjoy theatres, clubs, restaurants, art galleries and shops. Fishing and hill walking locally, with golf at Torwoodlee, 14 miles, and mountain bike trails for every level in Glentress Forest, 20 miles.