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Slatebarns Caravan Park

Edinburgh, Edinburgh & Lothians

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Slatebarns is a peaceful, sheltered, 30 pitch touring caravan park just outside Edinburgh (6 miles to the city centre), situated next door to the famous Rosslyn Chapel (featured in the Di Vinci Code) and on the edge of Roslin Glen - an ideal base for either Edinburgh's main tourist attractions - a short bus/car journey away (7 miles to Edinburgh's famous Princes St) or outdoor pursuits ie golf, walkers, horseriding and fishing. All pitches have electric hookup. There is a heated toilet/shower block, laundry facilities, separate disabled toilet/shower, and dishwashing facilities.

Open from:
Easter to 31st October

Pets allowed, Disabled access, Family park, Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Winter Sports

Rosslyn Chapel is right on our doorstep. The local village pub is 2 mins walk away, ideal after a days sightseeing in either Edinburgh with its famous Castle, Edinburgh Festival, Tattoo, Royal Yacht Britannia and The Royal Highland Show amongst others, or why not visit the Borders town of Peebles with the River Tweed running through the town centre.

Hillwalking in the Pentland Hills, fishing, golf, leisure centre, horseriding and Hillend Snowsports. A variety of takeaways, Restaurants, country walks, retail parks, cinema, Ikea, Costco.

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Slatebarns, Chapel Loan, Roslin
Edinburgh & Lothians, Scotland
United Kingdom
EH25 9PU
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  Slatebarns Farmhouse
Chapel Loan
EH25 9PU

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5.0 stars

what a gem clean lovely site right next to rosslyn chapel people made us so welcome was only planning on staying the one night but had to stay another it was so peaceful and nice showers though beware ladies give it a moment before you step in but once they run warm there very good not much to see after the chapel which you must go to see