More than just a good night's sleep

Edinburgh, Corstorphine

Edinburgh West
114-116 St Johns RoadCorstorphineEdinburghEH12 8AX
Tel: 0845 11 26 002

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This charming lodge is a great choice if you're looking for budget accommodation right on Edinburgh's doorstep.

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Facilities

  • Accessible Rooms
  • Family Room
  • Iron and Board
  • Limited Onsite Parking
  • Direct-Dial Telephone
  • Flat Screen TV and Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Breakfast

Contact us: 08451 551 551

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By Road

  • From the M8, exit at Junction 1 and head north on the A720 towards the A8
  • At the Gogar roundabout turn right on to the A8 towards Edinburgh
  • Head straight over the next roundabout
  • You'll find the lodge on the left, just past the church in St Johns Road, at Edinburgh West Toby Carvery

By Rail

  • Waverley and Haymarket Stations are just a few miles away
  • Edinburgh Airport is just 4 miles away, off the A8

Haymarket Station: 2.7 miles

Edinburgh Airport: 4 miles

Rosyth Ferry Terminal: 11.6 miles

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This charming lodge is a great choice if you're looking for budget accommodation right on Edinburgh's doorstep.

Corstorphine is one of the seven hills of Edinburgh, near the city's western suburbs of Kingsknowe and Slateford. It provides an ideal base whether attending a business event at Edinburgh International Conference Centre or spending a short break in Scotland's vibrant capital.

The lodge is home to 28 comfy rooms and a Toby Carvery, where you'll find a hearty range of freshly roasted joints, seasonal vegetables and all the traditional trimmings.

Edinburgh is a fantastic city to visit, with its distinctive architecture, world-class cultural scene, plus pubs and restaurants aplenty. For a start you could delve into hundreds of years of history at Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace, shop to your heart's content amongst the hustle and bustle of the Royal Mile, climb the volcanic Authur's Seat in Holyrood Park, or see more than a thousand animals at Edinburgh Zoo.