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Midlothian is a largely undiscovered area of Scotland despite boasting the well known city of Edinburgh, with its famous castle dominating the city skyline. The buzz of the city sits in perfect contrast to the peaceful tranquility of the surrounding Lothians region. Spend some time touring the beautiful countryside mixed with fabulous historic attractions and outstanding facilities for outdoor pursuits. Take your time to discover the hidden secrets of Midlothian, stroll through tranquil woodlands, explore medieval castles of tee off on beautiful country golf courses.
(The Cameron Bed and Breakfast is a 3 star Midlothian Bed and Breakfast)
The Cameron bed and breakfast is an Edinburgh family run bed and breakfast. We are situated in the Newington district of… more information.
(Highfield Guest House is a 4 star Midlothian Bed and Breakfast)
Maggie and Gordon welcome you to their elegant Victorian family home, only a 10 minute bus journey from all the main… more information.
(Aaron Lodge is a 4 star Midlothian Bed and Breakfast)
Welcome to the Aaron Lodge, Aaron Lodge Guest House Hotel situated on the main tourist routes, A7 and A68 to Edinburgh… more information.
(The Retreat Castle Rooms is a 4 star Midlothian Bed and Breakfast)
A warm welcome awaits you at The Retreat Castle.
As a family owned and run guest house we hope to make your visit to… more information.
(Judy Guest House is a 2 star Midlothian Bed and Breakfast)
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this lovely Victorian Guest House, with many period features retained. There is… more information.
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