Travelodge Edinburgh Dreghorn

Address: 46 Dreghorn Link, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH13 9QR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fairmilehead area of Edinburgh, is near The Royal Observatory, Edinburgh Experience, Torphin Hill Golf Club, and Lothianburn Golf Club.
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