These well presented properties are located in elevated position benefiting from breath taking views, situated in a peaceful tranquil setting on a family run trout fishery, with shared housed large hot tub available
Discover ancient Linlithgow, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and a truly superb location for exploring beautiful Scotland. Based in a charming property with breath-taking views of the nearby trout lake and surrounding landscape, your entire pack could soon be preparing for exciting adventures. Sleeping six guests across three comfortable bedrooms, you’ll have everything you need for a cosy stay – not forgetting your four-legged friend! There’s plenty to do on-site, so why not arrange with the owners to try a spot of trout fishing, or book the shared hot tub for a decadent evening treat.
The property is spacious and contemporary, with an open-plan design and large windows to make the most of the view. Gather on the sofas to share popcorn in front of a film, or challenge the troops to a game of cards – the winner opts out of washing up! Mealtimes are a culinary delight thanks to the well-equipped kitchen, but sunny evenings call for al fresco dining on the decked patio. Take a stroll before retiring to bed, spotting wildlife as Rover sniffs for rabbits in the grass. Being one of two properties on the owner’s grounds, it’s worth getting in contact to find out about accessibility if you have specific requirements.
Set in a wonderfully rural location, you’ll need to venture by car to nearby delights such as Linlithgow Palace, 3 miles away, a spectacular sight with sprawling grounds and a picturesque loch. A canal trip is a must, especially if you factor in the impressive Falkirk Wheel, the world’s only rotating boat lift. Journey by train from the station to the cultural and historic hub of Edinburgh, 21 miles away, for a day trip with a difference, or stick closer to home and enjoy a walking tour of the Kelpies, 10 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.