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Situated 2 miles from the banks of the Firth of Forth, Champany Inn features 2 restaurants and 16 rooms with traditional Scottish décor. Everything is simply great here, from the cosy rooms to the wonderful restaurant, exquisite steaks and amazing wine collection. This will be our regular stop when visiting Scotland.
Located in Linlithgow, 400 metres from Linlithgow Palace, The Star and Garter Hotel provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar. It was clean, fresh And in an excellent location. Breakfast was a feast and staff so helpful and friendly. We will be back again.. thank you
The West Port Hotel is a traditional Scottish pub and restaurant in the historic town of Linlithgow, West Lothian. It offers en suite rooms with satellite TVs and free Wi-Fi. The comfy beds, .......tunnocks tea cakes, nice touch. The fan in the room was good
Located 14 minutes’ drive from Falkirk, Easter Bowhouse Farm Cottage offers self-catering accommodation, free WiFi and free private parking. Clean, comfortable and well appointed facility. There was a welcome pack with basic groceries which was unexpected but saved a trip to the nearest Tesco (about 5 min drive). Quiet surroundings but conveniently located for access to both M8 / M9 motorways.
Located 800 metres from Linlithgow Palace and 6 km from Muiravonside Country Park, The Wee Upside Down House provides accommodation situated in Linlithgow. The keys were in a lock box and the host (whom we never met in person) was quick to provide info by Email and text when I forgot the code. The location is perfect for walking Linlithgow, a great town, and for visiting Dunfermline and Stirling/Falkirk, Edinburgh, etc. The loch and palace in Linlithgow are beautiful. Tesco is a reasonable walk; the Sainsbury's a bit further in opposite direction, but we managed. It was a fun stroll. There are plenty of shops in town and Linlithgow did not feel pretentious or 'touristy'. The area was fairly quiet given its proximity to the main street and several pubs. The occasional drunks got home by 10 PM. Area seemed safe and family-oriented. Plenty of hot water.
The 5-star Arden House offers bed and breakfast accommodation with luxurious bedrooms, award-winning breakfasts and free WiFi. Arden House also offers a self-catering studio within the grounds. The Bed was extremely comfortable, staff were very welcoming and helpful with any questions we had. Room was spotless and had lots of little homely touches, excellent views and will definitely be back again
Beautiful town with fabulous walks and scenery. The canal and palace is a must. Train station for quick access to Edinburgh and other places. Not to far from Stirling and queensferry for great days out.
Linlithgow is very easy to navigate. Walk round the Loch very pleasant. Locals helpful and pleasant. Café, Deli good food nice gifts with Linlithgow distilled Gin a favourite. Golden Chip chippie excellent. Tesco well stocked helpful staff. Linlithgow Castle and Museum worth a visit. Good to find individual shops for a change. Streets clean, easy commute to Edinburgh.
The palace is a fantastic place to visit. Also Blackness castle which is a short drive away is a great place. Endinburgh is not far on the train. Lots of shops and supermarkets and food places. It's a wonderful town to visit. Oh, plus the loch is .lovely to walk around. :-)
A very interesting and historic town with excellent rail links to both Glasgow and Edinburgh. The castle and lake are a must, as is the canal area. There are good links by rail to Glasgow and Edinburgh, Perhaps it could do with a better range of restaurants, but the Old Post Office is fine if you are looking for cheap and cheerful.
Enjoyed walking by the Loch, and through the village, and having a morning coffee in the square before attending a daily painting course in Burgh Halls. It was crowded on the Sunday with a Classic Car rally. The town was buzzing!
Visit St Michaels church - stunning! The town is full of history and the Loch is stunning. Mary Queen of Scott's was born here at the Church. There is a wide choice of cafe/wine bars, pubs etc. A good place to visit.
Everything is simply great here, from the cosy rooms to the wonderful restaurant, exquisite steaks and amazing wine collection. This will be our regular stop when visiting Scotland.
The comfy beds, .......tunnocks tea cakes, nice touch. The fan in the room was good
Size of room, cleanliness and service.