Cheap Hotels in Musselburgh
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a fitness center or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, wedding services, and tour/ticket assistance.
Best Western Kings Manor Hotel
Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a computer station, and express check-in. Planning an event in Edinburgh? This hotel has facilities measuring 1722 square feet (160 square meters), including conference space. Free self parking is available onsite.
Hotels in Musselburgh
Set in a historical town on the coast of the Firth of Forth, Musselburgh hotels are an excellent base for exploring the countryside of East Lothian and the nearby city of Edinburgh.
Musselburgh Links dates back to 1672 although there is evidence to suggest that Mary Queen of Scots played golf on the site of the current course in 1567. The nine-hole course is open to visitors and is a great choice for both beginners and more experienced players.
Museums and houses
The best place to learn about the town history and its longstanding connection to the nearby city of Edinburgh is the Musselburgh Museum. The museum features many photographs, artefacts and documents charting the area's history and is worth visiting for a few hours. In nearby Prestongrange there is the Prestongrange Museum, located in a former colliery and dedicated to detailing Scotland's industrial heritage.
In the village of Inveresk you'll find Shepherd House with an elegant one-acre garden that's perfect for family picnics. Also nearby is Newhailes, a 17th-century villa with an impressive 18th-century garden. Or if you're looking for something a little more expansive, Dalkeith Country Park features a 500-acre woodland full of woodland trails and riverside walks.
The area around Musselburgh is teeming with gardens and public parks. Inveresk Lodge Garden is a charming place to relax with a good book during the warm summer months while Inwood has a varied number of plant species to encounter. If you head towards Edinburgh you'll find the area's most iconic landmark, Arthur's Seat, a dormant volcano that sits 251m above sea level.
Food and drink
Musselburgh roughly means mussel-town, and the area is renowned for its delicious seafood. Clark Brothers Fish Merchant is a good place to get some freshly caught fish and the town has plenty of restaurants serving mouthwatering seafood dishes.
Only six miles away from Musselburgh is the lively and historical city of Edinburgh, featuring a fantastic array of historical and cultural points of interest. From Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile to the modern shops along Princes Street, Edinburgh is packed full of landmarks, shopping centres, restaurants, museums, cafés and bars.
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