West Lothian Bed and Breakfast

Travel to the beautiful county of West Lothian, and you won't be disappointed by the friendly welcome, fantastic scenery, stunning historic castles, and stately homes, and terrifically close proximity to the Scottish capital Edinburgh. West Lothian in fact borders the city, and is an ideal locality to stay in for the delightful appreciation of the countryside

Choose to stay in a West Lothian bed and breakfast and you will be surrounded by stunning rural Scottish landscapes, with the promise of lots of interesting out door sports and recreations such as quad biking and horse riding, yet be close enough to towns and the capital Edinburgh, to enjoy all the entertainment, museums, and shopping on offer.

When your not relaxing in your West Lothian bed and breakfast, there are many beautiful places of interest to visit including: Linlithgow Palace, famously the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and now in a ruined but stable state, it is open to visitors all year round.

Blackness castle, the imposing 15th century fortress on the shores of the Firth of Forth named 'the ship that never sailed', which withstood the tumultuous armies of Oliver Cromwell, it's now a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Cairnpapple Hill, which is an ancient ceremonial and burial hill dating back to 3500 BC, dominating the skyline in the West Lothian region, as the highest point for miles around.

Stay in a wonderful West Lothian bed and breakfast, and you will be delighted by the warm and cheery welcome you receive. Choose from this fantastic range of West Lothian bed and breakfasts, and you won't be disappointed. Each has a charm and style all of its own, and a host of features which will make your stay not only a comfortable one, but a relaxing one too.

For business travellers and holidaymakers alike the delightful bed and breakfast accommodation in West Lothian offers great choice, and a really superb standard of comfort and service in a truly beautiful setting, yet close to all the amenities of the City of Edinburgh.