Welcome to Inveresk House, a hidden gem that you will return to time after time.
Inveresk House is well situated for exploring the attractions of East Lothian beaches, golf courses and historic villages. There is plenty of off road parking outside the house, easy access to Edinburgh, Edinburgh Airport and East Lothian by car, bus or train. Inveresk Village is at the end of the City Bypass where it meets the A1. Access into Edinburgh city centre takes 25 minutes by bus or car and five minutes by train.
Considered to be the gateway to East Lothian, the historic coastal town of Musselburgh is a popular location situated on the southern shores of the Firth
of Forth at the mouth of the River Esk with much to offer with varied leisure and recreational facilities including golf courses (the world’s oldest golf course is here), racecourse, theatre, harbour, swimming pool/sports centre, library, and a good range of restaurants and cafes and local shopping.
There are excellent transport links to Edinburgh and surrounding areas, which include rail (approx 5 minutes) and regular bus services. The closest bus route (No. 30) is 5 minute’s walk. Numbers 26, and 44 are a 7 minute walk from Inveresk House.
Inveresk Village is just off the A1, which in turn provides access to major motorway connections and the airport.
There are many excellent local restaurants, coffee shops and bars nearby at all price levels. We will gladly guide you towards those that best meet your needs. Short journey by car or public transport to Queen Margaret University. Easy access to Musselburgh Harbour with its Yachting Marina and onto Portobello Beach and promenade.
Bus services from Musselburgh to Holyrood Palace, Arthur's Seat , Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish Parliament and Ocean Terminal. Direct bus routes to Princes Street, Murrayfield Rugby Stadium, Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
The Local Area & Golf
There are plenty of things that you can do in Musselburgh, East Lothian and Edinburgh.
You can't visit Scotland without experiencing a good Scotch Whisky so why not partake in the Scotch Whisky Experience. During the hour long tour visitors are guided through a series of displays and exhibitions which together chart the history of whisky production since the 15th century.
If you are looking for something peaceful to do in this vibrant city then why not take trip to the Royal Botanic Garden which has delighted all types of visitors for almost two centuries. The attraction is noted for botanical and horticultural research, and houses the oldest botanical library in Britain.
The Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh Book Festival and the Edinburgh Military Tattoo are all held every August for three weeks in Scotland's capital city. Every year thousands of performers take to a multitude of stages all over Edinburgh to present shows for every taste. From big names in the world of entertainment to unknown artists looking to build their careers, the festival caters for everyone and is sure to be entertaining.
This is only a taste of the activities that Edinburgh has to offer. You only have to wander the winding cobbled streets to find a hidden wonders.
|Double room||£60 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Family room||£60 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
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