Graded annually by VisitScotland as being 'of a very good /excellent / exceptional standard' our award-winning properties offer almost everything you could wish for to make your stay not just enjoyable but memorably wonderful.
A great base from which to explore the wealth and variety of landscape, attractions and activities that Scotland offers, guests talk of “coming home” to Crosswoodhill. Whilst the cooks in your party benefit from excellent kitchen facilities to serve up good Scottish fare, the rest of you can relax in front of an open fire, switch off and enjoy background music, a book, board game or a good film. Or, pull on your boots to explore our livestock farm and listen to birdsong....
Pictured here are our properties, all uniquely different, but all sharing the Crosswoodhill trademarks of charm, character, warmth, style, home comforts and caring hosts. Child, wheelchair and pet–friendly, our holiday cottages extend an all-year-round welcome to families, groups of friends, business people and all who revel in the freedom self-catering offers.
White, light and bright, with beautiful fittings and fabrics, the interiors are exceptionally tasteful and pleasing to the eye. 'The decor is superb... the eye for detail amazing' is a typical comment in our Visitors' Books and feedback forms.
Located on the north side of the Pentland Hills, 3 miles to the west of the boundary with the Pentland Hills Regional Park.
Well-placed in West Lothian, Crosswoodhill Farm is the ideal holiday base for exploring large areas of scenic Scotland and its cities. Radiate north, south, east or west: you won't be disappointed....
Imagine the best of both worlds... two stunning cities, Edinburgh and Glasgow, within an hour's drive and .....midway .......Crosswoodhill, a haven of rural tranquillity.
Ideally situated for exploring the scenic splendours of the Borders, Perthshire, Fife, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. An hour transports you north to Rob Roy and Braveheart Country. South, just 15 miles away, lies spectacular New Lanark World Heritage Centre, with Burns and golf country not too far away. Even Inverness and monster hunting in the Highlands is achievable in a day!
Less than an hour's drive away are palaces, castles, stately homes, a huge range of museums, a zoo and butterfly farm. With hill walking, fishing, golf, an impressive choice of indoor leisure pursuits and wonderful shops, galleries, theatres and restaurants all so close, there's an amazing amount to see and do --- for all ages, all interests and in all weathers.
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