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Featured Historic Hotel
Dalhousie Castle

Dalhousie Castle
Edinburgh, Lothian

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Dalhousie Castle is steeped in history. Located in extensive grounds beside the River Esk, yet only a short drive the centre of Edinburgh, the castle dates to the 13th century. Enjoy luxurious accommodation with a bit of something magic - what other hotel offers falconry within the grounds? Traditional Scottish hospitality in a luxurious 4 star castle hotel. more >>

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HISTORY CORNER
Name the mystery historic attraction
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Two of William the Conqueror's sons became kings of England. Who was the third son?



19 August, 1274

Edward I crowned at Westminster

The coronation took place 20 months after the death of Edward's father, Henry II

This pious king was married to Eleanor of Provence





Accommodation

Mallaig (Self catering)
Cooinda Cottage, Mallaig

Cooinda Cottage

This detached cottage situated three miles from the fishing village of Mallaig sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Fort William (Self catering)
Rosewood Cottage, Fort William

Rosewood Cottage

This cottage is situated in the village of Fort William, near Ben Nevis, and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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