Lovely 3 bedroom house near Edinburgh

Lovely 3 bedroom house near Edinburgh

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

The house has a great location; town centre is only a few minutes drive or a 10 minute walk and has excellent transport links with Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. Our home is in a housing estate, along from the local schools, and only 5 minutes from the leisure centre which has gymnasium and swimming pool. Supermarket closeby also.

Linlithgow is a very historic town; the chief historic attraction is the remains of Linithgow Palace, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, which is located next to the loch. Linlithgow's patron saint is Saint Michael and its motto is "St Michael is kind to strangers". St Michael's church is beautiful and has the longest aisle in Scotland.

Linlithgow's rich history and central location make it a popular tourist destination, and has a number of local parks, including play areas for children, also an outdoor education centre, and country parks. There is lots to see and do and there are many excellent restaurants to eat and drink.

Edinburgh alone boasts an intriguing history also, which can be uncovered as you explore the city. Edinburgh is a city of contrasts blending shopping, historic attractions, gardens and plenty of restaurants and cafes where you can relax. Atmospheric cobbled streets, wonderful architecture which is recognised as a World Heritage Site, old closes and wide avenues allow you to imagine yourself transported back in time.

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More about us

  1. We are a married couple with 2 children; 1 girl (10) and 1 boy (8)

  2. Richard works with British Gas and I work with the local government.

  3. We love reading and music and enjoy quality time with our children.

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Where is it?

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Buzzy restaurants
Dine at the Italian, Indian or seafood restaurant in Linlithgow or book in at Livingston's for a real treat, there are many to choose from.
Cool bars
Eat and drink at award winning Four Mary's bar renowned for it's fabulous ale. Approximately 20 bars in Linlithgow alone, never mind Edinburgh!
Cozy cafés
Venture out to the farmer's market on Saturday morning, or enjoy a wide range of ice cream at Cafe la Rhonda.
Retail therapy
The town of Linlithgow continues to support a diverse range of local retailers in the High Street and Edinburgh, Glasgow or Stirling are closeby for the serious shopper!
Bit of culture
The world famous Scottish poet, Robert Burns was born on January 25, 1759 in the “auld cley biggin” that is now known as Burns Cottage which is now open to visitors in Alloway, Ayrshire.
Walks in the park
Linlithgow's rich history and central location make it a popular tourist destination, and has a number of local parks, including play areas for children, also an outdoor education centre, and country parks. Linlithgow is twinned with the French town Guyancourt.
Spot of exercise
Take a walk along the canal banks, which is only a few minutes walk from our home, or visit the local leisure centre where they have a gym and swimming pool.
Day tripping
The kids would love a trip to the Safari Park, near Stirling or why not visit Edinburgh Zoo and see their very own panda. Loch Ness has it's very own monster and Glencoe and Loch Lomond have the most amazing scenic views.

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