Haddington hotels

Haddington hotels

HaddingtonThe Haddington hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Haddington.We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of hotels in Haddington and the surrounding area.

Haddington has 2 attractive streets, High Street and Market Street. The centre has architectural features including wynds and lanes, fountains, wide streets, grand buildings and the mercat cross. Haddington is 20 miles east of Edinburgh. Also see Haddington.

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Letham House, Letham House, Haddington, EH41 3SS
Book Online Letham House is a peaceful B&B with 5-star luxury accommodation in Haddington, 16 miles (26 km) from Edinburgh. It has beautiful rooms, homemade Scottish food and garden views.more details Letham House Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Maitlandfield House Hotel, 24 Sidegate, Haddington, EH41 4BZ
Book Online Within walking distance of picturesque Haddington and just 16 miles (26 km) from Edinburgh, Maitlandfield House boasts quality, efficiency, traditional charm and original elegance. The elegant and historic town house has a quiet, peaceful location.more details Maitlandfield House Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Visitor attractions and information - Haddington

visitor attractions

Attractions St Mary's Parish Church, Haddington, Lothian. St Mary's Parish Church is one of the three great medieval churches of the Lothians. Standing on the west bank of the River Tyne, it is of cathedral-scale and is the longest parish church in Scotland. Completed in 1462, it has the original east end and a 17th century marble Lauderdale Monument. Location: In the centre of Haddington.

St Mary's Parish Church
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Attractions Lennoxlove House, Haddington Tel: 01620 823720. Lennoxlove House is a 14th century historic house set in woodlands. It is home to one of Scotland's most important collections of portraits, including works by van Dyck, Canaletto, Raeburn, and others. It also houses important pieces of furniture, porcelain and other fine artefacts, many of which came from the now demolished Hamilton Palace in south Lanarkshire. Lennoxlove is now the seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, having been purchased by the 14th Duke in 1946. www.lennoxlove.com. About 1 mile south of Haddington.

Lennoxlove House

Attractions Hailes Castle, East Linton. Hailes Castle is one of the oldest stone castles surviving in Scotland. It lies on a minor road near East Linton, built on a rocky bluff overlooking the Scottish River Tyne (not to be confused with its better known namesake in England). Hailes Castle consists of a 14th century keep, extended by ranges and towers in the 15th and 16th centuries, within a thick 13th century curtain wall. The castle had a large courtyard, fragments of which remain. It was probably built by Hugo de Gourlay shortly before 1300. The Gourlays were an important Northumbrian family and Hugo's castle had more the appearance of an English manor-house than a Scottish baronial castle. About 4 miles east of Haddington.

Hailes Castle

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For hotels accommodation in other areas near to Haddington East Lothian Scotland see North Berwick hotels & Edinburgh hotels.

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