We were on the way to Aberdeen for the weekend and broke our journey to see the Inn which is alleged to be the inspiration for the Inn in Kidnapped we had a large room with a separate sitting room and good bathroom although the Forth Rail Bridge is above the in the trains did not spoil our stay they don't run in the night the complimentary Continental breakfast was good all in all a worthwhile break PS the Hawes Inn food is OK but average
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Few hotels in and around Edinburgh can match this lodge for its views or place in literary history. Many of its 14 cosy rooms look out over the iconic Forth Road Bridge and the Firth of the Forth estuary, and it's said that legendary author Robert Louis Stevenson wrote part of his famous novel Kidnapped here - there's even a mention of The Hawes Inn in the book. Just 10 miles from the city centre, the South Queensferry lodge is an ideal base for visiting Scotland's historic capital, where you can explore Edinburgh Castle, the shops of the Royal Mile or the city's many museums and restaurants.Also perfect for golfers, it's within striking distance of Carnoustie and St Andrew's and close to the birthplace of golf at the East Neuk of Fife. The Tudor Gothic Dalmeny House and Georgian Hopetoun House are also well worth a visit. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hawes Inn Vintage Inn, Innkeeper`s Lodge South Queensferry Hotel Edinburgh