Parkhead House is located in the heart of the Hopetoun estate which includes the magnificent Hopetoun House and Deer Park. Blackness Castle and Boness can be reached in a pleasant walk, with South Queensferry and the Forth Road crossing just a short distance away. Edinburgh City Centre is 13 miles east and Linlithgow Palace 8 miles.
Built in around 1720, Parkhead House was originally the Gamekeeper's cottage for the Hopetoun Estate. Much of the original character is retained with open fireplaces and views of the adjacent deer park. Parkhead offers 2 Double en suite and 1 Twin en suite bedrooms in the main house. There is also the option to stay in the quaint 1 Double Bed Thatched cottage on a B&B basis. Breakfast is served in the Breakfast room overlooking the deer park and includes locally sourced ingedients, some of which is from the Hopetoun Estate itself.
Parkhead House would suit visitors wanting to enjoy an idyllic country retreat in an historic setting. The area is rich with famous buildings including many that have been used as locations for the popular Outlander TV Series. The proximity of the Forth Road Bridge and Edinburgh opens up a wealth of day trip possibilities with Stirling, Perth, Falkirk and even Glasgow reachable in under an hour. Parkhead House is located right on two great long distance walks (The John Muir Way and the Walk of St Andrews) and also offers direct access to over 600 acres of open countryside right on the doorstep.
Nearest Town: Queensferry
2 Double En Suite
1 Twin En Suite
1 Double in Thatched Cottage (B&B or Self Catering)
Double Occupancy £50 per person, per night
Singe Occupancy £80 per person, per night