Why not head to Musselburgh with this amazing deal for a Staycation you’ll remember. Ever wanted to play Kings and Queens and live out a bit of a childhood dream? This is definitely the deal for you!

Your Scotland Staycation!

The deal I have found you is available on Trivago  for just £47.50 per person. This includes your 1 Night Castle Stay as well as a breakfast.

With this deal you will be staying in the Carberry Tower, a 15th century baronial castle which has received a TripAdvisor rating of 4.5/5 as well as being awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.  This castle is an important part of history, with strong connections to Mary Queen of Scots! As if staying in a beautiful castle wasn’t good enough, you’ll also have the 35 acres of land to go with it; so definitely a relaxing and tranquil escape for you and your loved one!

If you didn’t want to stay in the hotel for dinner, then you could head to the beautiful city of Edinburgh, which is only a 10 minute drive away. If you wanted to eat there, I would definitely recommend the Eljefe Mexican Restaurant, it’s  received really good TripAdvisor reviews and definitely is worth considering!

Whilst in Edinburgh there’s plenty else for you to do, but then again… you probably already know that. From Arthur’s Seat to the Royal Yacht Britannia, it’s definitely worthwhile considering a day out in this beauty city.

This is a great deal that is definitely not to be missed! It’s one of those things that just has to be done; treat yourself to the relaxing, indulgent break that you’ve been craving! ;)

Book this deal through Trivago!

Book your stay here!

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