Historic Accommodation in Edinburgh & Fife

Welcome to Edinburgh, capital city of Scotland and welcome to the ancient Kingdom of Fife.

St Andrews, the undisputed home of golf, is perhaps the most famous destination within the ancient Kingdom of Fife but there is so much more to see! The delightful fishing villages of the East Neuk, historic Falkland Palace, the rolling hills, the ruined castles and of course the coast – the sandy beach at St. Andrews was the location for the opening shots of the film “Chariots of Fire”.

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Dalhousie Castle Hotel

Bonnyrigg, Edinburgh, EH19 3JB.

This fascinating 13th century castle is set in wooded parkland on the banks of the River Esk, just 7 miles from Edinburgh city centre and 5 miles from Rosslyn Chapel. Relax in the fabulous Aqueous Spa before dining in our vaulted dungeon. AA 2 Rosettes.

  • 13th Century

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Keavil House Hotel

Keavil House Hotel, Crossford, Fife, Scotland, KY12 8NN.

Best Western Keavil House Hotel is located in the quiet village of Crossford, 2 miles west of Scotland’s historical capital of Dunfermline. The hotel itself dates back to the 1700’s and has over 10 acres of beautiful gardens to explore.

  • 18th Century

Norton House Hotel & Spa

Norton House & Spa, Ingliston, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH28 8LX.

Norton House and Spa was originally built in 1840 and is now a fully refurbished luxurious hotel and a traditional country retreat. Ideally situated for exploring the beautiful of Edinburgh which is only 20 minutes away by car.

  • 19th Century

Macdonald Inchyra Hotel & Spa

Macdonald Inchyra Hotel, Polmont , Falkirk, Stirlingshire, FK2 0YB .

This traditional Scottish manor house is now a four star hotel. Easily accessed from the M9 motorway, it is perfect for short breaks with its new restaurant, spa facilities, swimming pool and tastefully decorated rooms.

  • 18th Century

Carberry Tower Mansion House

Carberry Tower Castle, Musselburgh, Scotland, EH21 8PY.

This magnificent castle hotel has a history dating back to the 1400s, and is only a short drive or train ride from Edinburgh. The property boasts over 30 acres of parkland to explore, whilst the nearest beach is just five minutes from the property.

  • 15th Century

Castle Venlaw Hotel

Castle Venlaw Hotel, Edinburgh Road, Peebles, Scottish Borders, EH44 6PW.

In a land of castles and country estates, what could be more perfect than a stay in an 18th century country castle? Recommended by Condé Nast Johansens.

  • 18th Century

Melville Castle

Melville Castle, Dalkeith, nr. Edinburgh, Midlothian.

Commissioned by the first Viscount Melville in 1791, Melville Castle is peacefully set surrounded by luscious woodlands, just a short drive from Edinburgh. Blending classical style and comfort, there are 32 luxurious bedrooms, a restaurant and cellar bar.

  • 18th Century

The Chester Residence

The Chester Residence, 9 Rothesay Place, Edinburgh, Lothian, EH3 7SL.

A stunning, multi award-winning Georgian townhouse in the heart of Edinburgh, offering sumptuous suites with every luxury included. Push the boat out and treat yourself to a personal chauffeur or even an in house beauty treatment, all arranged by the hotel.

  • 18th Century

Kildonan Lodge Hotel

Kildonan Lodge Hotel, Edinburgh, Lothian, EH16 5PE.

An ideal base for Edinburgh’s many local attractions, the Kildonan Lodge Hotel is situated only 1.5 miles from Princes Street. Enjoy a complimentary apperitif and traditional Scottish shortbread on arrival, and sumptuous four poster en-suite bedrooms.

  • 19th Century

Nether Abbey

Nether Abbey, North Berwick, East Lothian, EH39 4BQ.

Situated in the seaside town of North Berwick, Nether Abbey boasts 12 elegant en-suite bedrooms, as well an award winning restaurant specialising in fresh seafood and lobsters. The nearby railway station offers a regular train service to Edinburgh.

  • 18th Century

The Inn at Lathones

The Inn at Lathones, Lathones, St Andrews, Fife, KY9 1JE.

Ideally located near the University (and golfing!) town of St. Andrews, this 17th century coaching inn has retained many traditional features, although bedrooms are equipped with all the mod cons required. Enjoy the award-winning cuisine and plentiful ales.

  • 17th Century