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Cheap Hotels in Linlithgow

336 reviews by TrustYou
1 High Port
0.3 Miles from the centre

Situated in the centre of Linlithgow, the Star & Garter Hotel features an a la carte restaurant, a café, and a pub. With its own micro-brewery, it offers free Wi-Fi throughout and free onsite parking. Each luxurious room includes a TV with satellite channels, a telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities. The en-suite bath or shower room has a hairdryer. In the mornings, the Star & Garter serves full Scottish breakfast. Lunch and evening meals are available in the restaurant and the bar features an open fireplace. With regular services to Edinburgh, Linlithgow Railway Station is directly opposite the Star & Garter Hotel. Here, guests can also enjoy connections to Glasgow, Stirling, and Falkirk. The hotel has an elegant function suite, which is available for wedding receptions.

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per night from £70
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Arden Country House Hotel

103 reviews by TrustYou
1.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £89
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Court Residence Hotel

566 reviews by TrustYou
1 Court Square, High Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £99
(price for Tue, 03 Sep)

The Queens View Luxury B&B Hotel

3B Parkhead Holdings
per night from £135
(price for Tue, 03 Sep)

Linlithgow Loch Apartment Hotel

United Kingdom
per night from £155
(price for Tue, 03 Sep)

Hotels in Linlithgow

Found in West Lothian in Scotland, Linlithgow has more than its fair share of standout historic buildings to visit.

The high street has some of the oldest pubs in Scotland, with one of the most famous being The Black Bitch. So you can spend a lazy day hopping from one hotspot to the other, soaking up the atmosphere over a drink and a bite to eat.

While you're strolling up the high street, keep your eye out for the statue of St. Michael too. He's the patron saint of the town and it's a good spot for a photo.

Exploring Linlithgow

Undoubtedly, the main attraction of the town is Linlithgow Palace. It dates back to the 15th century and has been the home of Scottish monarchs and nobles up until the 17th century, including Mary Queen of Scots.

The hilly mound surrounding the palace is called The Peel, and this rolling public space is the ideal spot for a picnic on warmer days, with a stunning backdrop of the palace. And Linlithgow loch is just steps away.

If you'd like to see more of the history of the town, pop across to the impressive St. Michael's Church or even take a short trip into the surrounding country to walk around the 17th-century mansion, House of Binns.

But if you'd rather get out and have a good walk, Beecraigs Country Park is close by and ideal for a relaxing afternoon out.

Places to eat and stay

Wine fans should definitely check out the family-run Ellie's Cellar for some wine tasting, and when it comes to dining out, there's plenty of choice. Livingstone Restaurant is a lovely bistro, The Soft Spot is a popular café, and Barleo is an Italian eaterie, top of the list with locals and tourists.

We'd recommend staying in or close to Linlithgow if you can so you can get the most from your stay. Popular Linlithgow hotels include Champany Inn and West Port Hotel, and Lumsdaine House and Arden House are cosy local B&B's.

But wherever you stay, make sure to discover as much of the town as possible for the best trip away.

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