Laird & Dog

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

5 High Street Lasswade
Lasswade
Lothian
Scotland
EH18 1NA

Laird & Dog, Lasswade

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Small coaching inn with bedrooms on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Only 20 minutes by car from the town centre. 11 ensuite bedrooms refurbished in April 2009.

NEwly refurbished bar and large conservatory restaurant. Stay at the Laird ( only minutes of the City By-Pass) and by in town in 20 mins by public transport Private Car Parking and Beer Garden

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