The Meadows

Bed and Breakfast in West Linton, Lothian

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4 Robinsland Drive
West Linton

The Meadows, West Linton

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The Meadows is a top of the range 3 star BandB. Excellent beds, clean quality furnishings, tasty and satisfying breakfast.Near the centre of this conservation village you can walk to the pub and restaurant for renowned good food. The Meadows is handy for Edinburgh city airport, touring or walking or golfing in the Scottish Borders or for a stop over on your way North or South.

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From: £32.00

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