D Luxe Hotel

Address: Hawk Brae, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, EH54 6TW, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Hawk Brae, Livingston, is near Almond Valley Heritage Centre, Deer Park Golf and Country Club, Torphichen Preceptory, and Scottish Highlander.
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          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Livingston

          Arrive Edinburgh

          A travel blog entry by toncas_travels on Sep 23, 2015

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          ... We are staying 14 miles out of Edinburgh. Got settled in the hotel and went for a drive. Took pictures of a couple of bridges (attached) They are huge and the is another old one I couldn't get a pic of. A new bridge which is going to be even bigger is being built. Back to the hotel for a nice hot ...

          Edinburgh, the ginger edition

          A travel blog entry by datkins506 on May 14, 2014

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          ... England.) Craig's is a 'working farm', geared for visitors. Lots of poly tent (green houses) and a good selection of farm grown veggies for sale. Free range chickens/eggs and piglets - young ones suckling on their mother and a heaps of them a few months old, all playing up like naughty school kids, squealing and carrying on. Enjoyed a coffee outside on the deck in the sunshine, watching the jets on their final run into ...

          Edinburgh - Festival city

          A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Aug 07, 2013

          15 photos

          ... characters (JK Rowling used the graveyard for name inspiration) and the story of a dog named bobby that sat by his masters grave for 10 years after his death. Walking to a vantage point in front of the castle we grabbed a bite to eat before finishing with a few stories about haggis. It was a great tour which reinforced the need for me to try the haggis before I left Scotland! Kyle took us to a pub where we got a discounted plate of Haggis. I was still pretty full from ...

          Travelling around

          A travel blog entry by carolandmartin on Aug 03, 2013

          ... to find the cemeteries where Martin's great x 3 uncle and great x 4 grandfather were buried. The first cemetery was the Reformed Presbyterian Church at Oakshaw where his uncle was buried - unfortunately we couldn't find him - James Parlane but we did find some MacFarlanes. The MacFarlanes were the 'original' clan back on the 1200's but dropped the Mac in the early 1700's after the first Jacobite rebellion failed and the clan dispersed. We ...

          Speke Hall and stuff

          A travel blog entry by natstuff on Jun 14, 2013

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          So today I had my first carvery lunch which is basically an all you can eat roast. Lots of fattys in there. I had a yorkshire pudding the size of a saucer and stuffed my face. Really should try and go for a run - but its not very tropical!

          Touristing we did today:

          • Hung out with the statue of John Middleton (1578–1623) an English giant known as ...