The BEST WESTERN Hilcroft Hotel is close to Livingston, at the midway point between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Just a mile away from the M8 (J4), you'll be within easy reach of Central Scotlands mainattractions whether youre here on holiday or business! As a family run hotel in a great location, the BEST WESTERN Hilcroft Hotel offers comfort, convenience and character.
Tucked away in the quiet village of Shotts, the Station Hotel is a family run establishment which has recently undergone a complete renovation to a very high standard. There are now 2 function suites,public bar, highly acclaimed restaurant, new toilets and a coffee bar. The Station Hotel is ideally located just off the M8 motorway between Glasgow & Edinburgh and offer facilities for events, weddings and conferences.
When it comes to quality West Lothian hotels, The Balbairdie Hotel stands proud, boasting a rich heritage and renowned customer service. The hotel itself is a listed building, nestled in the centre ofBathgate, and is over one hundred years old. In its time it has been many things, from a butcher, baker, and nightclub, to the hidden, historical gem of Bathgate that it is now.
Welcome to the Cairn Hotel centrally located between Glasgow and Edinburgh just off the M8. There is now a new Railway Station in Bathgate with direct links to Edinburgh and Glasgow. The 61 en suitebedrooms have all been tastefully decorated to a 3 star standard and combine traditional comfort with up to date facilities to make your stay a pleasurable and productive one.
This independently owned hotel has a choice of modern bedrooms, a stylish new restaurant, relaxing lounge area and bar with an extensive choice of food and drink. We also have two function suites thatcan cater for any type of function and we offer a wide choice of wedding and event packages. Our dedicated and experienced team will ensure you have an enjoyable visit to the Kaim Park Hotel.
Built in 1760, Livingston Inn stands in its own grounds and is set within a Scottish conservation village in Livingston, West Lothian. One famous resident was Robert Burns who stayed here and pennedthe song "The Bonnie Lass of Livingston" during his stay in the Inn. In many ways the hotel buildings are a monument to bygone days, the stables have been converted to open plan bar and lounge hotel area and have centuries of stories to tell.
This classic Regency townhouse, formerly known as Bootham Grange, was built and occupied in 1829 by two members of a wealthy ecclesiastical family, the Richardsons. Two of the brothers were incumbentsat local churches and one, in fact was a well known evangelical Minister at St. Michael le Belfrey which stands in the shadow of York Minister. The joint occupancy of the property continued until 1924 when it was converted into flats for family members of the owner at the time.
At Lisini Pub Co, our mission is simple - to provide classy cocktails and delicious food throughout our award winning bars and restaurants, all complimented with our collection of boutique hotels andstunning wedding venues in Glasgow, Lanarkshire. With over 40 years' experience in the hospitality business, we have never rested on our laurels and remain the oldest independent, family owned pub company in Glasgow.
Our hotel is the perfect stop over if you are looking for a lively visit in and around the area, or to just get a relaxing break away from it all. We have 11 modern rooms with luxurious modernfinishes and some added traditional twists which include ornate fireplaces and open face brick features. All rooms are equipped with Plasma screen TVs, Freeview channels and work desks. There are also 2 beautiful apartments which are perfect for families or larger groups staying over.
Situated in the very heart of Falkirk town centre The Orchard Hotel has car parking provided. Our excellent location makes us ideal for contractors working in Grangemouth, Cumbernauld, Stirling orFalkirk. Edinburgh and Glasgow are both within 30 minutes reach by car. Access to both the M8 and M9 is within 1 mile making Falkirk a desirable base for travelling around Central Scotland.