This was our 9th stay at Dalmahoy and it hasn't disappointed us once. Even since being taken over from Marriott, it is still as friendly, clean and comfortable as ever. Lovely to see lots of familiar faces still, so the staff must like it too. Very child friendly and they especially enjoy the swimming pool which was lovely and warm. It's a bit of a rabbit warren with small corridors in the old house, then long corridors in the newer section, but you soon get used to that. We had a 'twin' room (2 double beds) and it is just a bit small for 4, but still comfortable and has a HUGE telly! Thanks Dalmahoy, we will be back once again!
Traveller from J
This family-friendly Kirknewton hotel is located near the airport, 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Heriot Watt University, and within 6 …More
Very nice hotel locatated in a quiet area. The smal road to get there is really beautiful. Our room was located in the new part and it was spacious and cleaan. The bed was confortable too. The breakfast was good with a lot a choices.
Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is 2 mi (3.3 km) from Royal Highland Centre and within 6 mi (10 km) of Heriot Watt …More
"Great quiet hotel minutes away from all the sights"
We enjoyed three nights at Fraser Suites while sightseeing in Edinburgh. The hotel is just half a block off the Golden Mile on a quiet side street, making it an ideal base.
The room was very clean and light, the staff were very friendly, and there were reminders everywhere to contact staff if we had any issues. I definitely would stay here again.
Centrally located in Edinburgh's Old Town, this boutique hotel is located just off the Royal Mile, a 5-minute walk from …More
Hotel was very nice, really modern with lots on site to do. It was a long walk or a short bus/taxi journey to the city centre. Having a swimming pool on site, as well as a restaurant, bar and Starbucks are all great bonuses. The staff at reception were extremely friendly.
Situated in the suburbs, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Western General and Royal Botanic Garden. Edinburgh …More
very close to good restaurants, just a a short walk. easy to pick up buses and taxis to all the big attractions. Staff super friendly and helpful, nothing too much trouble. Rooms very comfortable. Only downside for us was design of the bathroom with a shower that was awkward to operate and ended up drowning the bathroom whoever it was used. One of those nasty overhead showers which have have to be underneath to figure out how to turn on the handset rather than the overhead. Would definitely recommend staying here and we will be back!
Traveller from London
Located amid the shops and restaurants of Edinburgh's fashionable George Street, this hotel is a block from Princes Street …More
Due west of the capital, much of West Lothian is industrial and of limited interest to tourists. Where it meets the Firth of Forth however, South Queensferry is a charming small waterside town with great views of the magnificent Forth Bridges. Boats go from here to peaceful Inchcolm Island with its ruined abbey. Nearby is the grand 18th-century pile of Hopetoun House, and the splendid ruins of Mary Queen of Scots’ birthplace, Linlithgow Palace.