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Bankton House Hotel

Our picturesque charm is not easy to define. Set within its own grounds, linked directly to foot paths and cycle routes of Murieston waters, the country settings can be easily enjoyed by its guests.

  • Overview
  • Key info
  • Getting There
  • Free Onsite Parking
  • Disabled parking
  • Garden
  • Disabled toilets
  • Children Welcome
  • Baby Changing
  • On Public Transport Route
  • Bike Storage Available
  • All Payment Methods Accepted

Sleeps

Sleeps more than 10

The stately Georgian architecture imbues a feeling of elegance and style while the grounds that surround the hotel insulate it from the day to day, fostering a peaceful ambience; especially benefiting those city commuters seeking B&B in relaxed Accommodation with En-suite Rooms that draw in the peace and tranquillity of its settings through their Georgian windows adding too each, in their uniqueness, of luxury and comfort.

With the cities of Edinburgh & Glasgow a 20 minute train ride away, makes this ideal lodgings, after a day in the hustle and bustle of the city, with the Livingston South railway link only a short 2 minute walk from the grounds.

 

Pricing: $$

From £49 - £98

Address

Bankton House Hotel
Muireston
Livingston
EH54 9AQ

Themed with its history of tacks and bridle wall hangings, Traditional home cooked Lunch & Dinners can be causally enjoyed along with Quality Ales and Fine Spirits.

Alternatively for more intimate Dining the Drawing Room with views to the outside gardens can be booked for a relaxed Lunch or Dinner.

Bankton House Hotel is situated between the M8 (Glasgow to Edinburgh motorway) and the A71 Calder road into Edinburgh

  • 12 miles from Edinburgh City Centre
  • 15 miles from Edinburgh International Airport.
  • 30 miles from Glasgow

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