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Highfield House
near Edinburgh
EH27 8DD

Contact: Jill & Hugh Hunter Gordon
Tel: +44 15 0688 1489 Fax: +44 (0) 1506 885384
  • £30 per person - £35 per person per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 6
  • Highfield House Grading : 4
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : enquire
  • Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • Highfield House near Edinburgh - City Shopping - Sight Seeing - Golf - Fishing - & Lots More
    Here at Highfield House a warm, relaxed and peaceful atmosphere awaits you in our traditionally furnished Scottish Manse dating from 1730.

    You'll find it easy to discover not only Edinburgh but also the whole of Scotland from here. Our central location is ideal for a Scottish holiday or simply as a base for exploring this special country - Nr Glasgow & Edinburgh.

    Bed and breakfast at Highfield House can be just the start of your special stay in Scotland . We look forrward to hearing from you and making your visit here something you'll treasure as uniquely Highfield, uniquely Scottish.

    Easy Access to both Edinburgh and Glasgow via road or train. Less than 2 minutes walk from Highfield House is the rail station. At under £4.00 return to Edinburgh, it's easy, carefree travel as well as great value. Edinburgh Airport is under 10 minutes from Highfield House. It's fast and simple to get to and from us and enjoy a scottish holiday. Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh Castle and many other visitor attractions are all within easy reach. We can also arrange outbound trips with you for touring Castles, Country Houses, Palaces, Distilleries, hillwalking and fishing etc. Golf? How much can you handle? - In our area alone (Edinburgh & Lothians) we have over 67 courses including some of the best loved in Scotland.. St Andrews famous courses are under 2 hours away and very easy to arrange.

    Fresh Scottish Food expertly prepared,
    with home made marmalade, jams, haggis, free range eggs etc. Besides bread and breakfast we can recommend many excellent eateries nearby for you too. Highfield has fine views of the hills of Fife, the Forth Road Bridges and the skyline of Edinburgh.

    Lodging Features:
    A comfortable drawing room with open fire for you to relax and unwind.

    3 bright and spacious bedrooms, ( Extra bedrooms may be available if needed. Please ask for details.) king-size double or twin each with en-suite facilities or a private bathroom and including...
    * Colour TV and radio.
    * Hairdryer.
    * Electric blankets.
    * Tea and coffee making facilities.

    Food and Drink:
    A full cooked scottish breakfast is served around the large oak dining table. Sausages, Bacon, home made, marmalade, preserves, free range eggs, a choice of fried, poached or scrambled are included. Haggis or even black pudding are optional extras.

    If preferred, a continental version is also available. For other meals, a wide variety of eateries within a five mile radius of the house also offer excellent dining. We'll be happy to advise you on the very best places to try. Just ask!

    As such it's steeped in history as is the whole area surrounding the Manse. It's situated in the village of Kirknewton ( approx 10 miles from Edinburgh City centre) with Kirknewton Church directly opposite. Perfect for Scottish holidays.

    Kirknewton Parish is situated at the foot of the Pentland Hills (which is dotted with numerous Lochs, Reservoirs, Hill Walks etc).

    The Pentlands were inhabited for many centuries by the indiginous Picts. Soon after AD, Rome exerted it's power and conquered this entire area and peoples.

    The original Church was founded in 1246 and you are still able view its remains in the burial ground of the present day Church to this day if you so wish.

    The new Manse (ie our house as it stands now) was established in 1750 due to the parish being enlarged. 70 years on we see the Manse itself undergoing enlargement. Here is the ' Statistical Account of 1844' description... " and this has been done in a manner highly creditable to taste and liberality, the internal arrangements are in commodious accordance, and in external appearance, it is now a very handsome structure, nowise unworthy of the conspicuous and commanding situation that it now occupies."

    Why not check now to see if your dates are still available? WARNING: Dates get booked up in advance quickly. To check please click "Website" above.
    Highfield House  -   near Edinburgh   -   Midlothian

    Contact:  Jill & Hugh Hunter Gordon   Tel:  +44 15 0688 1489 Fax: +44 (0) 1506 885384   -   Website: > (Click Here)


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