For information on places to visit in Midlothian please take a look at VisitMidlothian website.

Rosslyn Chapel – Rosslyn Chapel is a 15th Century church still in the ownership of the Sinclair family who built it. Described as ‘a bible in stone’ and featured in the popular ‘Da Vinci Code’ book and film, this is a wonderfully ornate building with a fascinating history.  Guided talks run throughout the day.

Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World – Visit the world’s longest running Tropical Butterfly House at the Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World. Daily shows plus Animal Handling Sessions at 12 & 3pm. Family fun with full Day Pass admissions.

Newbattle Abbey
Originally a medieval Cistercian monastery, Newbattle Abbey has a 900-year history of welcoming guests royalty. Enjoy a guided tour of Newbattle Abbey, a stunning ‘A’ listed building surrounded by 125 acres of parkland on Tuesdays at 19.25h.


Dalhousie Castle Hotel & Spa – A magnificent 13th century fortress set within acres of wooded parkland on the picturesque banks of the River Esk. Now one of the finest luxury hotels in Scotland.

Premier Inn – Everything you’d expect from  Premier Inn where each room features our incredibly comfy beds, private modern bathroom, Air Con, flat screen TV, work desk and Wi-Fi access. Car Parking. On Site Table Table bar/ restaurant.

Travelodge Edinburgh Cameron Toll – The Travelodge Edinburgh Cameron Toll hotel is in a well-connected spot outside the city within easy reach of the University of Edinburgh’s Kings Buildings and Cameron Toll shopping centre.

Seton Sands Holiday Park – A picturesque park located in rugged Scottish countryside overlooking the Firth of Forth. Seton Sands Holiday Village is a little park with a big heart, and the perfect place to go when you want to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life. There’s so much to do here to help you relax and enjoy yourself, from our heated indoor swimming pool to a beautiful adventure trail and a 9-hole golf course with stunning views that makes for a perfect game whether you’re a beginner or a pro. If you want to explore further afield, the shops, restaurants and sights of the city of Edinburgh are just 30 minutes away, so you’ll never be at a loss for something exciting to do.


North Esk Cycle Loop


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