Lothian Hotels, Guesthouses and B&B's

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Lothian forms a traditional region of Scotland, lying between the southern shore of the Firth of Forth and the Lammermuir Hills. Historically, the term Lothian is used for a province encompassing the present area plus the Scottish Borders region. The name is related to the legendary British King Loth or Lot. In the 7th century it became the northern part of the Saxon Kingdom of Northumbria.

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» Bathgate

Bathgate Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Bathgate is a town in West Lothian, Scotland, on the M8 motorway five miles west of Livingston. Neighbouring Towns are Blackburn, Armadale, Fauldhouse, Whitburn, Livingston, Stoneyburn and Linlithgow. Edinburgh Airport is 13 miles away. Bathgate derives its name from Batket, meaning house in the wood …

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» Dalkeith

Dalkeith Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Dalkeith (Scottish Gaelic: Dail Cheith) is a town in Midlothian, Scotland, lying on the River North Esk. It was granted a burgh of barony in 1401 and a burgh of regality in 1540. The settlement of Dalkeith grew southwestwards from its 12th-century castle (now Dalkeith Palace) …

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» Gifford

Gifford Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Gifford is a village in the parish of Yester in East Lothian, Scotland. It lies approximately 4 miles south of Haddington and 25 miles east of Edinburgh. The village takes its name from Sir Hugo de Giffard of Yester, whose ancient Scoto-Norman family possessed baronies in Haddingtonshire, Perthshire and Forfar....

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» Ingliston

Ingliston Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Ingliston is an area in the west of Edinburgh, Scotland. It is south of Edinburgh Airport and home to the Royal Highland Showground. From 1965 to 1992 motor racing took place at Ingliston Motor Racing circuit, which was located within the Royal Highland Showground …

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» Linlithgow

Linlithgow Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Linlithgow is a town and Royal Burgh in Scotland. Those born in the burgh are sometimes nicknamed Black Bitches (the town's coat of arms shows a black bitch dog, against an oak tree). The burgh's patron saint is Saint Michael and its motto is St. Michael is kinde to strangers …

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» Livingston

Livingston Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Livingston is the fourth post-war new town to be built in Scotland, designated in 1962. It is located approximately 25 km west of Edinburgh and 50 km east of Glasgow, and is bordered by the towns of Broxburn to the northeast and Bathgate to the northwest. Livingston is also the second largest settlement in the Lothians …

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» Newbridge

Newbridge Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Newbridge is a suburb of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. It is south of Kirkliston. Newbridge has an Industrial Estate, two car dealerships, a Royal Bank of Scotland branch, a pub (The Newbridge Inn, built in 1683), a Bowling Club, a McDonalds restaurant, a Petrol Station, a cafe and a Chip Shop …

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» North Berwick

North Berwick Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

The Royal Burgh of North Berwick is a seaside town in East Lothian. It is situated on the south shore of the Firth of Forth, 25 miles east of Edinburgh. North Berwick became a fashionable holiday resort in the 19th century because of its two sandy bays and continues to attract holiday makers to this day …

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» Penicuik

Penicuik Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Penicuik is a burgh in Midlothian, on the west bank of the River North Esk. The town was developed as a planned village in 1770 by Sir James Clerk of Penicuik. It became a burgh in 1867. The town was well known for its paper mills, the last of which closed in 1975. More recently the town was home to the Edinburgh Crystal works …

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» Queensferry

Queensferry Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Queensferry (often referred to as South Queensferry to distinguish it from North Queensferry), originally a Royal Burgh in West Lothian is now part of the City of Edinburgh, Scotland. It is located some ten miles to the west of the city centre, on the shore of the Firth of Forth between the Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge …

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» Uphall

Uphall Hotels, Accommodation in Scotland

Uphall in West Lothian is a rapidly growing village in a conurbation with Broxburn to the east, Dechmont to the west and Uphall Station to the south west. Uphall is 30 miles from Glasgow and 14 miles from Edinburgh in the Scottish lowlands. Uphall has an excellent public golf course and a selection of public houses …

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