Edinburgh and Lothian Holiday Properties To Rent

This region of Scotland has plenty of things to see and do for all the family so renting a holiday cottage in Edinburgh and the Lothians is a great way to have a base to see it all in your own time. Edinburgh and The Lothians has something for everyone with the culture and history of Edinburgh city or the remote beauty of the Lothian coast. Once you have spent your days and nights exploring the delights of the ancient city of Edinburgh with attractions ranging from the historic Edinburgh Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to HMS Britannia (once The Queen's Royal Yacht) or twilight ghost walking-tours of the old city. You can venture out to the Lothian hills and mountains and experience the beautiful countryside or maybe play a round or two of golf on one of the Championship courses.

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Edinburgh is of course a festival city, best known for the Edinburgh International Frstival and the Fesitval Fringe, it also hosts festivals for literature, film and TV, food and a host of other events, all well worth including within your holiday. At other times of the year, use the Lothians as a base for whisky trails.

The National Museum of Flight in East Fortune houses an original Concorde aircraft within one of its four hangers stacked with civilian and military planes covering the history of flight.

Golfers can enjoy a stimulating holiday with plenty of attractive and challenging courses to choose from in the Lothians. For something different, try a round on the Old Course at Musselburgh using traditional hickory wood clubs hired from the clubhouse. There’s a children’s course too at the North Berwick Golf Club. Horse riders can enjoy a bracing gallop along the sands at Seacliff where the Seacliff Stables have horses to hire. For a very different kind of activity head for Foxlake Adventures near Dunbar whose attractions include a wakeboard park and a ropes course. Kids will love it. For a more gentile way to pass the time, try the Camera Obscura on the Royal Mile and get a completely different view of Edinburgh.