There are many beautiful places to stay in around Edinburgh but sometimes it can be quite nice to find somewhere that is unique and different to really make your stay more interesting. Here is a round up of some of the amazing unique places to stay in around Edinburgh.
Before being a 5 star hotel, the Scotsman building was the baronial offices for the Scotsman Newspaper. It is located on the historic North Bridge, and was built in 1905 before being transformed into the hotel in 2001.
Fancy staying in a Scottish castle? Well the Dalhousie Castle is the perfect place to holiday like a king or queen. This magnificent fortress from the 13th century is set within acres of wooded parkland on the banks of the River Esk.
Ever fancied glamping? At Hilly Cow you can enjoy all the fun of camping without the hassle camping can cause in their fully heated wigwams. The site is situated on a working farm with spectacular views of Pentland hills and the Forth Valley.
If you fancy a game of golf whilst you are away then the Dalmahoy is the place to stay. With two Edinburgh golf courses, a resident golf pro, driving range and golf shop, you have all you need to enjoy your passion whilst away. The championship course has been host to tournaments including the Solheim Cup.
Once the Channings town houses, the middle one of which was the home of Antarctic explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton. The top floor hotel suites have been named after Shackleton and his fellow adventurers and display prints of the black and white photographs from their expeditions as well as a copy of the journey planner.