Holiday Cottages in Scotland, Edinburgh, Drum Mohr

Holiday cottages and lodges in Edinburgh, East Lothian at Drum Mohr Holiday Park, Scotland is recommended by Business WinHoliday Cottages in Scotland, Edinburgh, Drum MohrDrum Mohr Holiday Park at Edinburgh, East Lothian is privately owned and has a 5* rating from the Scottish Tourist Board.And rightly so. If you want to have a unique countryside holiday in Scotland staying in lovely holiday lodges and yet have almost immediate access to the vibrant city of Edinburgh, you will not find a better location. Some of the holiday lodges also come with hot tubs! Our guests are repeatedly telling us what a fantastic combination Drum Mohr offers. Great for a relaxing holiday or short break.

Holiday cottages, lodges in Edinburgh, East Lothian at Drum Mohr Holiday ParkSituated at Levenhall in Musselburgh, East Lothian, the park was originally the walled garden of a monastery and much of that tranquil atmosphere prevails today. The site is wooded on all sides and landscaped with over 1500 trees and shrubs.

It also has wonderful views over the northern aspect of the Firth of Forth. If you are seeking a quiet site with its own children’s play area that is within easy reach of the beautiful East Lothian countryside and coastline yet only a 20 minute drive from Edinburgh, the buzzing capital of Scotland, with its fine castle, monuments, excellent zoo, restaurants and good shopping, then Drum Mohr is for you.

The accommodation is in stylish 2 and 3 bedroom holiday lodges that sleep from 2 – 6 people. They are well equipped, some have en-suite bathrooms and all include a TV and DVD in the lounge. Each lodge has sea views and outside seating to the front.

To check on availability and book online your holiday cottages in Edinburgh, Drum Mohr please click here now- or please call us now: 0845 505 3250

December 6, 2011  Tags: , , , ,   Posted in: Building Businesses, Business Development, Business Win, Growing Business, Uncategorized, Winning Business

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  1. Honeysuckle - December 21, 2011

    At last! Someithng clear I can understand. Thanks!

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