Open Arms Hotel

Address: Main Street, Dirleton, East Lothian, Scotland, EH39 5EG , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Main Street, Dirleton, is near Scottish Seabird Centre, Museum of Flight, North Berwick Golf Club, and Gullane Golf Club.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsOpen Arms Hotel Dirleton

    Reviewed by marybc

    They live up to their name

    Reviewed Jun 8, 2012
    by (15 reviews) Kelowna , Canada Flag of Canada

    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.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Open Arms Hotel Dirleton

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    Travel Blogs from Dirleton

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