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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Penicuik

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    Penicuik

    Penicuik in Midlothian is the gateway to both the attractions of its own county and to Edinburgh and the Borders.

  3. less than 2 miles
  4. Howgate

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    Howgate

    Howgate is a small settlement between Auchendinny and Leadburn, in Midlothian.

  5. less than 5 miles
  6. Rosewell

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    Rosewell

    The former mining village of Rosewell lies between Loanhead and Penicuik in Midlothian, south of Edinburgh.

  7. Roslin

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    Roslin

    Roslin is now known the world over for Rosslyn Chapel - catapulted to fame in the mega-selling book, The Da Vinci Code.

  8. Loanhead

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    Loanhead

    Loanhead is a former mining setlement in Midlothian.

  9. less than 10 miles
  10. Cousland

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    Cousland

    Cousland is a village three miles east of Dalkeith in Midlothian.

  11. North Middleton

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    North Middleton

    North Middleton is a small village two miles south-east of Gorebridge in Midlothian.

  12. Ratho

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    Ratho

    Ratho is a village eight miles west of Edinburgh with a world-class indoor climbing arena.

  13. Gorebridge

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    Gorebridge

    Gorebridge is a former mining settlement in Midlothian.

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    Edinburgh - City Centre

    Central Edinburgh has two distinct parts, divided by Princes Street, which runs roughly east-west under the shadow of Castle Rock.

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