Cringletie House Hotel

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Edinburgh Rd, Peebles, Borders, Scotland EH45 8PL, United Kingdom
Cringletie House
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 55% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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Please enjoy local area ,...

by cheychey

Please enjoy local area , especially Cotswolds I recomend .
You can see old houses and beautiful gardens . A thatched roof interested me.
each roof were cut round and covered with wire netting ,because keeping away rats.

Visit some ancient castles...

by rythm_divine

Visit some ancient castles all over this country. they usually have very beautiful gardens & parks around. I always tried to talk to old local people because they can tell some legends about the inhabitants & ghosts of that castles.

Princes Street - Ugly - But Getting Better Slowely

by scotlandscotour

You cannot really avoid it, so brace yourself for the startlingly ugly shop fronts of Princes Street. It is exacerbated by the traffic, and the crowds, beggers and bus stops.

Relief can be found in Waterstones bookshop cafe (super views of Castle, and a window seat) and in Jenners department store.

Otherwise, walk through the beautiful gardens (other tips) and keep below street level.

Falkland Palace

by Sairaanhoitaja

Falkland Palace is located on Fife and was the Palace of Scottish Kings.

Mary Queen of Scots loved to retreat at Falkland Palace.
Her bedroom is open to the public, left the way she had it, with her death mask over the doorway. An eerie experiance.

It has the oldest and first tennis court in Britian, made for James V in 1539.

There is absolutely beautiful Gardens at Falkland Palace, with a large selection of fruit trees, and plenty of beautiful greenhouses present.

Holiday accommodation is available in the top flat of St Andrews House which is situated next to the Palace on Falkland High Street.

Falkland Palace also provides and beautiful and memorable place to hold weddings.


by dr.firas

Le Chateau de Versailles is for sure the most interesting monument in Versailles, plus it includes the beautiful Gardens and the wonder fountains!
Entering the Chateau you will learn a lot about the French history, style, life of the Kings and Queens, mysteries, and lot more! Les Fontaines de Versailles:
Superb, maybe superb is also a weak word to express one of the world wonders in my opinion!
the facsinating fact that the Fountains works till Nowadays, excellently, and in a great status, with the ancient mechanism where there were no electrisity, nor steamengians! will really facsinate every visitor who come to know this fact!


Tatoo lights and bandsTatoo lights and bands

Canongate Jersey & Craft Shop, EdinburghCanongate Jersey & Craft Shop, Edinburgh

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Wylam Dilly Locomotive (1813)Wylam Dilly Locomotive (1813)

Forum Posts


by johnsherman

Is there public transportation from the pier at s. Queensferry to the city center of Edinburgh? What are the fares and how long does the trip take?

Re: transportation

by leics

I am qgoing to quote myself from my reply to the question beneath yours on the Edinburgh forum:

'South Queensferry (also called Queensferry) is quite some way from Edinburgh.

The journeyplanner on will give you travel options for your expected times/day (43 and X43 bus). Journey time by bus is around 40 minutes, timetables from the site.

You can also go by train, if you walk/take a taxi to Dalmeny station (about 10 minutes from Queensferry town centre). will give you times, details and fares. Trains take from 20 minutes, depending on train time, one-way fare is from 3.60GBP.

I would suggest that taking a taxi then the train is probably the best option.....but do allow plenty of time for your return to the ship (if that is what you are doing). Ships don't wait. '

Re: transportation

by leics

Perhaps you could contact the member who asked the same question and share the cost of a taxi direct from the pier to Dalmeny station (or even Edinburgh)?


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 Cringletie House Hotel

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Address: Edinburgh Rd, Peebles, Borders, Scotland EH45 8PL, United Kingdom