Hotels in the Pentlands, Mid and West Lothian

Kaim Park Hotel, Bathgate
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Kaim Park Hotel    Bathgate

The Kaim Park Hotel is set in four acres of beautiful gardens.with a wide variety of facilities available for you to enjoy. The surrounding area offers you many activities such as golf.fishing.walks and the opportunity to explore West Lothian s many historic houses and museums.There are 27 well appointed rooms available at the hotel.all of which are en-suite. Each room includes hairdryer.television.tea and coffee making facilities and a direct dial telephone.

Champany Inn, Linlithgow

Champany Inn    Linlithgow

Just 20 minutes from the centre of Edinburgh by train.Champany Inn is home to sixteen luxury bedrooms and two restaurants.the Restaurant and the Chop and Ale House.both dedicated to Scotch beef and grilling the finest steaks. Set on the outskirts of Linlithgow.an ancient Royal Burgh.the Inn is conveniently located for those wishing to explore the countryside and history of Scotland.yet is within easy reach of Edinburgh and Glasgow.The bedrooms offer elegantly furnished accommodation.

Court Residence, Linlithgow

Court Residence    Linlithgow

Court Residence is a new all-suites hotel in Linlithgow s historic town centre. A 15-minute drive to Edinburgh Airport.close to Edinburgh.Stirling.Glasgow and Perth these contemporary suites are appointed with kitchens.workspace.a large Smart TV and free Wi-Fi.The suites neighbour shops.cafes.bars.restaurants and the world famous Linlithgow Palace & Loch. A generous breakfast hamper is included in the price and on-site parking is available free of charge.

Aaron Glen, Loanhead
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Aaron Glen    Loanhead

Aaron Glen is a small luxury guest house with a.boutique hotel.feel.Choose from traditional full Scottish breakfast (to last you all day) or Eggs Benidict to Waffles with Maple Syrup. Our beds have 11 inch luxury mattresses with fresh white linen and fluffy towels. We have a large free off road CCTV monitored car park and free wifi access. A warm welcome and a cosy.honesty.bar awaits you.

The Stair Arms Hotel, Pathhead

The Stair Arms Hotel    Pathhead

We are a small family owned and managed hotel.promising a warm Scottish welcome.Here you can be assured that you will receive warm hospitality while enjoying a relaxed atmosphere.We have a comfortable and cosy restaurant where you can enjoy a wonderful freshly cooked meal beside our log fire in the colder months.and in the warmer months we have a wonderful large garden and outside eating area with a childrens play park.

Cairn Hotel, Bathgate
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Cairn Hotel    Bathgate

The Cairn Hotel is an ideal base for visiting either Glasgow or Edinburgh. An obvious choice for guests.only 5 mins from the M8.the hotel is well positioned for exploring the Central Belt of Scotland.which is rich in character and scenery from mountains to city scapes. The Hotel is close to Livingston s McArthur Glen Designer Outlet.Edinburgh s historic sights are only 20 mins away.whereas Glasgow with its many malls and central shopping area is only 30 mins away.

The Bankton House Hotel. Muiriston, near Livingston
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The Bankton House Hotel. Muiriston    near Livingston

Small & Friendly - Accommodation with a personal touch.The picturesque charm of Bankton House Hotel is not easy to define.

The Allan Ramsay, Carlops
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The Allan Ramsay    Carlops

The Allan Ramsay Hotel est. 1792 is one of Scotland s oldest coaching inns.It is located in the village of Carlops at the foot of the Pentland Hills on the A702 Edinburgh road 15 minutes from the City bypass.It has 4 comfortable ensuite bedrooms on the upper floor which offer single.double.twin or family occupancy and a 3 bedroom apartment (sleeps 8) alongside.The hotel retains much of its 18th century character with antique decorations.a charming dining room with the original fireplace and a small library.

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