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Crosswoodhill Farm Holiday Cottages, Edinburgh, Edinburgh and the Lothians

Crosswoodhill Farm Holiday Cottages
Crosswoodhill Farm
West Calder

Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH55 8LP | View map
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4 exceptional properties which win this livestock farm prestigious national and regional awards year after year. Relax in this rural oasis. Explore dramatic, scenic Scotland from a wonderfully central location on the Pentland Hills, 18 miles from the heart of Edinburgh. Close to Livingston, an hour away from Glasgow. Within easy driving distance of Fife, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, the Scottish Borders, Fife and Perthshire. (see map). Own car essential.
Pet, child and accessibility friendly, each of the 3 smaller 3 STAR to 5 STAR cottages sleeps up to 6 guests. Our larger wow! 5 STAR lodge, Craigengar, sleeps 12+. Above is a link to the engaging and informative Crosswoodhill website. Please do explore in detail each uniquely different property, with lots of detail. Each “home” has a Gallery Page with interior images to tempt. Choose between contemporary chic and traditional comfort, sociability or seclusion. Guests book Crosswoodhill because they like what they see on the website. They leave saying their stay exceeded all expectations as you will discover if you click the link to Trip Advisor on the Crosswoodhill website.


Ratings/Awards: STB 3/5 Stars
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Edinburgh
Number of Units: 4
Unit Type: 1 cottage and 2 2-floor apartments sleeping up to 6 each, 1 detached house sleeping 12+
Nearest Major Town: Edinburgh
Distance: 11 miles

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