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Innkeeper's Lodge Edinburgh South Queensferry

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Customer rating 8 / 10
Based on 634 reviews

Comfortable accommodation with views of both the Forth bridges

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At a glance

Family rooms
Accessible rooms

The Hawes Inn, an Innkeeper’s Lodge, is where Robert Louis Stevenson is said to written part of his famous novel Kidnapped, and is located almost under the Forth Road Bridge. The traditionally-styled bedrooms of varying shapes and sizes have views of the Firth of Forth; each room has a TV, desk, tea-and-coffee making facilities and free WiFi as standard; family rooms are available. Seasonal pub dishes are offered, and guests can eat outside when the Scottish weather allows.


  • Rooms: 14
  • Family rooms: 5
  • Ground-floor rooms: 3

Room rates

  • Credit cards accepted

Opening times

  • Open all year


  • Dinner served
  • Last orders for evening meals: 10pm


  • Wi-Fi available
  • Freeview TV in rooms


  • Accessible bedrooms: 1


  • Children welcome

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