Things to see and do - Dalkeith
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Dalkeith Travel guide
Dalkeith : Michelin's recommendations
Dalkeith was originally a seigniorial town dominated by the Douglas family. It stands at the crossroads of two major highways (A68 and A7), between the River North Esk and River South Esk. Dalkeith has a modern town centre, as well as numerous historic buildings.
Tourist attractions Dalkeith : Things to see and do
GB - Roslin EH25 9PU
Rosslyn Chapel is famous for the wealth and richness of its carvings, a veritable "Bible of Stone". Work lasted from 1446 to 1486. The buttresses, windows and cornices are covered in decorative sculpture, which is rather unusual. The choir ..
A6094 GB - Dalkeith EH22
St Mary's Chapel was built by William Burn and David Bryce. There is no aisle to the building which has a double hammerbeam roof. Note the fine heraldic floor tiles in front of the choir and the bench decorations.
rd. Newbattle GB - Dalkeith EH22 3LL
On the western banks of the South Esk stands the building that covers the remains of a Cistercian abbey, part of Melrose Abbey, founded by David I in 1440. The monks were the first to make use of local coal deposits and extended their activities to s..
Cockpen Road GB - Bonnyrigg EH19 3JB
Set within acres of wooded parkland, this fascinating 13th century fortress is on the banks of the River Esk. The Dalhousie Castle Hotel offers luxurious accommodation, award-winning fine dining, and spa and leisure facilities. Guests can descend an..
Melville Dykes Road GB - Dalkeith EH18 1AN
Melvillegate, Edinburgh GB - Millerhill EH18 1AP
Lothian Bridge GB - Dalkeith EH22 4TR
17C former blacksmith's with two large, open-fired rooms; their wood and stone-faced walls hung with modern black and white photos. Extensive menus feature good quality local produce; lunch keeps things simple but appealing. Smart bedrooms boast hand..