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Offering spectacular views of The Forth Bridge, the historic Innkeeper’s Lodge Edinburgh South Queensferry and Hawes Inn country pub is laden with historical charm and character.

Expect delicious, hearty pub food and a warm welcome when you step into the cosy bar and restaurant, where you can enjoy fine wines, real ales, soft drinks and spirits with a roaring log fire to warm you up. During the summer months, you can pull up a pew in the pretty beer garden and sip on a cool, refreshing drink as the lighter evenings draw to a close.

Feeling peckish? As part of the Vintage Inn’s family, you’ll be treated to a tempting - and vast - menu of traditional dishes to savour before heading up to your comfy bedroom, classically-styled with soothing colours and original fireplaces. Each room comes with complimentary WiFi, a desk, tea- and coffee-making facilities, a hairdryer, soft towels and, of course, your sumptuous bed to sink into after a bracing day out in The Firth of Forth. When you wake, take in the stunning views from your bedroom window and get ready to tuck into a tasty breakfast to set you up for the day.

 

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    Discover 14 comfortable and stylish single, double and twin rooms at The Innkeeper’s Lodge Edinburgh South Queensferry, the ideal spot to rest tired and weary heads. Each en-suite room is decorated to reflect the traditional style of the property whilst equipped with all the modern comforts, including complimentary WiFi, a desk, tea- and coffee-making facilities, a hairdryer and soft towels. When you wake refreshed and rested, you can enjoy stunning views of the Firth of Forth and the famous Forth Road Bridge from your bedroom window, before tucking into a delicious breakfast.

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