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TravelPod Member ReviewsOpen Arms Hotel Dirleton
Having had some less than desirable hotel stays in Scotland we were reluctant to stay in another but, with no B&B's available we gave it a shot. We booked a dinner, bed and breakfast with them and were absolutely astounded at the quality of the food and service we received..and it was quiet! Very nice village, well worth the visit.
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I'm going to see the world.
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