À propos de ce logement
Nr Edinburgh airport & tram (1 ml). Free parking. Cosy, cute, hi-spec 1800's lodge house in 7 acre landscaped garden; 360 view Forth Bridges. Next to Highland Show Ground, Norton House Hotel & Spa. Easy links; Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling & beyond.
Romantic 1800's lodge house. Comfortable open plan lounge, dining and kitchen; granite work tops, dbl oven, microwave, fridge and washing machine. TV and ipod docking. Shower room.
Double bedroom with sleigh bed and fabulous 'Usher Hall' timber flooring.
Large conservatory with sofa's to get 'lost' in, TV.
Outside decking with table and seating. Landscaped 7 acre garden, with 1 acre of ponds, geese and ducks. Parking.
Former lodge house to the Usher family home (now Norton House Hotel and Spa owned by 'Handpicked Hotels').
The 'Usher family financed the building of the Usher Hall in Edinburgh, when the Hall was refurbished a few years ago a section of the auditorium floor was purchased and installed into the bedroom of the lodge house.
The garden was landscaped by an eccentric previous owner in 1970's producing a 7 acre adult 'playground' with tunnels, cave and elevations giving 360 degree views from the top to the Forth bridges, Edinburgh etc.
Accès des voyageurs
Easy access to Edinburgh; bus or tram. South Queensferry with its lovely historic cobbled high street. Glasgow, Stirling and further all easily accessed. See near by 'Kelpies' and 'Falkirk Wheel'.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
As much or as little as the guests desire.
Spend lots of time in Edinburgh (6.5ml away) but dont miss South Queensferry, Linlithgow or Ratho Village.
No smoking. No pets. No extra people
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
Recently retired from sales and bookkeeping, now qualified Pilates tutor and exercise referral consultant, helping folk with injuries and illness improve their health and well being with gentle exercise regime. My long term other half; Adrian is a retired company director now enjoys working on his own collection of classic race cars.