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Address Newhall, Carlops, Midlothian, Scotland, EH26 9LY

Tel 01968 660206

Email contact@newhalls.co.uk

FAQs

Can I pay by credit card?

"Yes - just give us a call, we can take payments over the phone."

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Do I need to bring towels and/or bed linen?

"The price you pay includes all bed linen and towels (bath and hand) you will need for your stay. Something less for you to pack - and wash when you get home!"

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Do you accept dogs in your cottages?

"Yes we do but this is a working sheep farm so we do ask that they are kept under control at all times - inside and out. There are fantastic walks around here for dogs and owners to enjoy."

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What postcode do I use with SatNav?

"For Newhall House and cottages here use EH26 9LY but for Spittal Cottage and Coach House use EH26 9NA"

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Directions

Directions to Spittal (Cottage and Coach House)

Directions from the south

From Carlisle travel up the A74 until you come to the turn off for Edinburgh A702. You will pass through one market town – Biggar. Continue on and you will pass through West Linton and then the very small village of Carlops. You will come up a hill out of Carlops, once you flatten out onto a straight bit of road after about a half of a mile you will see a sign to Nine Mile Burn on the left, take this turn and drive for approx half a mile through a scattering of houses and when you leave the houses behind you will see a right hand turn to Spittal Farm, take that turn. Ahead you will see three houses, the Coach House is the house on the right and Spittal Cottage is the house in the middle. (If using Sat Nav the postcode is EH26 9NA).

From the north

Take the southbound A702 Biggar/Carlisle road. Once you have passed Hillend Ski Centre, continue on the A702 for a further 8 miles. You will pass though a small village called Silverburn and 3 miles further on there is a sign pointing to left (opposite the old Mobility Centre) for Nine Mile Burn. Take this turn, drive for approx half a mile through a scattering of houses and when you leave the houses behind you will see a right hand turn to Spittal Farm, take that turn. Ahead you will see three houses, the Coach House is the house on the right and the Cottage the house in the middle.

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Directions to Newhall (Steading and Bothy)

From Edinburgh

Take the southbound A702 Biggar/Carlisle road. Once you have passed Hillend Ski Centre, continue on the A702 for a further 8 miles. You will pass though a small village called Silverburn and 3 miles further on Nine Mile Burn. After about ΒΌ mile you pass a lay-by and Newhall is immediately next on the left hand side. If you reach Carlops you have gone too far.

From the south

From Carlisle travel up the A74 until you come to the turn off for Edinburgh A702. You will pass through one market town – Biggar. Continue on and you will pass through West Linton and then the very small village of Carlops. As you leave Carlops take a fix on your milometer – the turn off to Newhall is nine tenths of a mile from the ’30mph’ limit sign on the right hand side of the road. The entrance, marked Newhall, is on the right hand side.

Head down the drive and at the cross roads turn left – Old Cottage is the first cottage on the left and Steading Cottage and The Bothy are reached by going straight past Old Cottage and turning right behind the big wooden shed.

West Linton is about 5 miles away which has 2 small stores, Post Office, bank and The Bakehouse Restaurant as well as the Gordon Arms pub.
Penicuik is also about 5 miles and has a Tesco and a variety of shops and a few restaurants. About 8 miles away is a Sainsbury’s and a variety of stores.

Carlops has a pub/restaurant called the Allan Ramsay which is about a mile away.

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