Pathhead 1.1 miles.
This is an exquisite apartment uniquely located within Oxenfoord Castle near to the village of Pathhead in Midlothian in Scotland.
Surrounded by picturesque views of the castle with roaming deer, this exceptional property provides outstanding accommodation for families or groups of four adults wishing to explore Midlothian.
Up four flights of stairs, the apartment opens into a boot area where guests can leave their coats and shoes.
The property has a spacious open plan living area with a fully equipped kitchen, diner and lounge.
The contemporary galley kitchen has everything guests will need to cater for themselves during their stay.
Afterwards, guests can kick back and relax in front of the TV together after a day exploring the Scottish countryside.
The property sleeps four guests comfortably in two light filled bedrooms, a double and a twin, with the master bedroom boasting an inviting king sized bed.
There is a excellent separate family bathroom with a bath and shower over.
Outside guests are free to roam the beautiful 18th century woodland grounds of this historical manor house.
Throughout the year the gardens are stunning, covered in snowdrops, daffodils and roses.
Guests can also make use of the two tennis courts on site.
There is off road parking for two cars outside the castle main door.
The property is located just a short drive away from the historical city of Edinburgh.
This can also be accessed via the local train station of Newcraighall just 7 miles from the property.
Edinburgh is well-known for the Fringe festival and also for the Edinburgh International Festival, which presents three exhilarating weeks of the finest creators and performers from the worlds of the arts.
There are plenty of nearby activities for guests to enjoy, including hiking, golf and horse riding.
Housekeeper's Rooms is a superb apartment, ideal for families or groups of four wishing to explore this spectacular part of Scotland at any time of the year.
About the location
Dalkeith 4.2 miles; Edinburgh 12.4 miles.
Pathhead is a village in Midlothian, Scotland, located around 4 miles south east of Dalkeith and 11 miles south of Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh and lies above the east bank of the River Tyne. The village has a post office, pub, bakery, cafe, drop- in centre and takeaways. There is also a park on the west side of the village which has a full-size football pitch, pavilion building and children's play area. Dalkeith is a small town south-east of Edinburgh. Dalkeith is home to a great variety of shops as well as many restaurants and pubs to enjoy. Edinburgh itself is the capital of Scotland and is a truly international city with a mix of old and new to delight every visitor. There is a wealth of shopping, eating and drinking to suit all tastes as well as the accessibility of the surrounding countryside, beaches, hills and golf courses