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Cockpen Road, Bonnyrigg, EH19 3JB, United Kingdom – Show map
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Sauna, Solarium, Spa, Massage, Hot Tub, Turkish/Steam Bath, Library
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon, Souvenir/Gift Shop, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Chapel/Shrine, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 2:30 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 35 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 97 reviews
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Dating back to 1742, this country castle is surrounded by 12 acres of beautiful grounds and has free Wi-Fi and free parking on site.
Score from 355 reviews Excellent
Panoramic Edinburgh views and free parking are provided at this 19th-century hotel. Central Edinburgh is a 10 minute drive away, and guests can enjoy hearty breakfasts and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 688 reviews Good
Just off the Royal Mile and near Edinburgh Castle, this boutique hotel features luxurious rooms, a gym and a restaurant. There are superb views out over Princes Street Gardens.
Score from 786 reviews Very good
In Edinburgh, The Crowne Plaza Edinburgh - The Roxburghe is just feet from Princes Street and George Street. It features a bar and grill restaurant and a health and fitness suite with a swimming pool....
Score from 350 reviews Very good
Nice castle, theme room very nice and comfortable, fantastic dinner in the Dungeon, good breakfast in the Orangeraie, nice setting! 15 minutes walk from bus stop to Edinburgh.
Wi-fii was very slow.
I felt it was quite expensive but well worth it. Loved the hotel. Loved the food. Loved the whole experience.
Little disappointed at breakfast as had to be kept waiting while they chased up out hot food. Saying that the waitress was already aware and came over to apologise.
From the moment we walked into the castle we were met with a warm friendly atmosphere. The whole staff was extremely accommodating. Our room was beautiful. We spent two nights at Dalhousie and had the pleasure to dine in both restaurants, and they were both outstanding in their own way. Breakfast was in a sunroom over looking a creek and meadow. I wanted to stay longer. Great experience.
There is nothing to not like, it was perfect.
Everything, the castle was amazing, the staff were really friendly and helpful, the rooms were decorated perfectly to suit the setting, the spa was beautiful. Everything was really good!
The only tiny thing i have to complain about is that we couldn't get wifi in our room but we were in a corner room of a stone building so its understandable!
Dalhousie Castle was a great stay, however we were there for one night only ..... way too little time to experience all this wonderful place has on offer ... you need 3 days minimum. Peter, the castle concierge, was especially helpful - especially the special tour and explanations of the history, ghosts and secret places within this special place that many do not get an opportunity to explore. Thankyou Dalhousie .... we will return with more time very soon Debbie & Drew Lean
Location Restuarant Helpful Staff
Could be more choice on the Dinner Menu. Lack of Visitor information for what is on in the Area
Nicely situated Castle Hotel in a beautiful surrounding south of Edinburgh. Upon arrival the concierge was very helpful carrying our suitcases up the stairs to the very top of the castle and giving good explanations of the available services. It was also nice to use the spa (consisting of steam bath and a laconium) since it was a rainy day when we arrived.
We had a standard room on the very top of the castle. The room however was somewhat run down and made a very shabby impression. The carpeted floor was bleached out and seamy. The sofa was completely filthy and shabby - I did not want to sit on it. Also the wall papers had some stains. The breakfast was average in terms of quality. Breakfast service was good on the first day but terrible the second day (buffet half empty and not restocked, the ordered Scottish breakfast took about 45 minutes to be served, others who arrived later were served before us). Overall value for money (550 GBP for three nights) was not good enough. You can get better quality in both room and food in B&Bs for half the price. Just the castle as such does not justify the price.
Spa facilities Food Walks around the Castle Library room Comfortable Bed Concierge in full Scottish dress Falconery and Archery Locality to Edinburgh Helpful staff
3 short (false) fire alarms
The castle is small but charming. Great atmosphere. Beautiful, classic, quaint and relaxing. Service was first class. It is well maintained.
The castle was owned the Clan Ramsay until 1977 but there is little evidence of this castles rich history. The head concierge worn the Ramsay tartan but I might have been the only one that knew that. More emphasis should be made on the castle history. The location to Edinburgh might be a problem if sightseeing in Edinburgh is a priority of your visit.
Location, facilities and welcome
Insufficient staff to deal with breakfast
Location near Edinburgh. Views, walks, food- all excellent.
Replace carpet in India room.
Liked the fact that it is a castle that people can stay in and kind of experience what castle living might be like.
The front desk assistant was abrupt and seemed put off by any question we asked while checking in. Questions like breakfast, falconry, wifi etc. Wifi was extremely bad. We were given a room that had a huge yard light right outside that did not have any function other than ambient lighting to make the castle look nice at night. The drapes were coming off the rod and the headboard was attached to the wall with screws that jutted out. We made dinner reservations when we checked in but the wait to be seated and served was the longest we encountered in our 15 day trip through UK. Only one waited seemed to be running between 9 tables so needless to say the wait was long. Same scenario at breakfast though the food service was more effecient and timely.The castle advertises Falconry on their site but it actually is an independent company and we did not find them to be responsive. My husband wanted to book a session but the attendant there could not do so. Asked us to call which we did and left a message with no response. We only had a one night stay there and it would have been nice to be able to incorporate that. And even if they were all booked the courtesy of a reply would have been nice.
location falconry food staff attentiveness cleanliness just felt relaxed
needs a little refresh as some carpets a bit threadbare a little pricey
location, marvellous castle
Upon arrival, the desk operator told us he couldn't find our 1 month previously made booking reference back and that the hotel was full...the children were extremely disappointed by this ...so we had to go in the lodge on the domain (2 min walk...) - it was extremely hot in the rooms, no airco, no wifi... When i checked internet in the lobby I found out that there were 2 themed rooms available even at a lower price than originally booked... at that time we were so fed up with the receptionist's attitude that we decided not to bother...
Lovely grounds to castle. Rooms large and comfortable
Meal in the dungeon was cool!
Overall very good.Bedroom very comfortable.A fine array of raptors.
Dungeon tables too low or insufficient leg room ( knee room ) for male guests. Poor contintal breakfasts for foreign visitors. ( not ourselves )
No air conditioning room was very hot. We also didn't get shown where our room was there for we were lost looking for a room
Peter was an exceptional historian and guide through the castle. The grounds are amazing. The falconry experience quite unique. The wifi was spotty inside the castle but we didn't care because everything else was so "over the top" exceptional.
This is a beautiful castle with lovely views, magnificent staircase and large grand rooms. Our evening meal in the dungeon restaurant was first class as was the breakfast in the Orangery. The staff were all very pleasant and helpful.
On arrival we had trouble locating the entrance to the hotel as it is a small doorway and not signposted. Our room was very large but unfortunately very shabby and in urgent need of redecoration and new furniture. This is not an inexpensive hotel and for the price we paid I expected better.
We had a wonderful time at Dalhousie Castle Hotel. I have to say it was one of my best holidays. We stayed at one of the four poster bedroom with a balcony. The room was kind antique looking and quite lovely. We enjoyed walking around in the wood and along the river. The food was good. We enjoyed our afternoon tea in the library. We also spent plenty of time in the spa. I wished that I could book clay pigeon shooting ahead of time. Should be so much fun.
I do not like room 12. We had to stay in room 12 on the second night. The room was small. The mattress made so much noise if we make any movement in bed. I hated it so much that I slept in a small bed next to the window.
Nice staff, particularly the lady manageress in black suit in Orangery (breakfast). Good service at Dungeon Restaurant.
No shower cap provided.
Our room (Mary Queen of Scots) was fantastic and unique. We stayed at three castles in Ireland/Scotland and this was our favorite. It didn't feel "snooty" at all, just lovely.
The castle itself was absolutely amazing and the atmosphere was so comfortable.
The staff in the breakfast area were not very accommodating. They did not seem to be very happy about working!
The room we stayed in was fit for a King & Queen. I would definitely stay here again.
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