Hotel Accommodation in North Berwick
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John & Maggie Free extend a warm welcome to all visitors to this family run Hotel in North Berwick. We have nine guest bedrooms, most with ensuite shower and toilet. All have colour television and tea making facilities. The Hotel is ideally situated being just a few minutes walk from the centre of town, the Harbour and Rail station.
We pride ourselves, as an independent family business on offering personal service to our guests. The Macdonald Hotel is situated at the foot of the Mamore Mountains, beside a tidal creek at the head of Loch Leven where the river Leven flows into the Loch. We are ideally located mid-way between Glencoe and Ben Nevis. The West Highland Way footpath is only 25 metres away, directly across the road.
The Nether Abbey Hotel has been owned by successive generations of the same family for fifty years. In 2004 the Hotel shut for extensive renovations and refurbishment with simply stunning results. Although priding ourselves on old fashioned personal service there is nothing staid or old fashioned about the Hotel. The public areas are open plan, cool, contemporary and with all the sophistication you
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The County Hotel is a small and friendly, family run Hotel it has six bedrooms, doubles or twins, all en suite. There is also a family room, suitable for two adults and two children, en suite. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and televisions with access to satellite. Guests can store golf clubs in secure room. The County Hotel also has a busy friendly pub used by locals and