An exceptional castle hotel with award-winning service in the East Lothian countryside.
Situated in the peaceful countryside of East Lothian, the Carberry Tower Mansion House is easily accessible as it lies just outside of Edinburgh. Enjoy a relaxing stay with luxurious service in a grand estate. Awarded several times for its service and dining, the castle hotel continues to attract guests from Scotland and beyond. Rich in history, the castle is closely associated with Mary the Queen of Scotts. While the castle was only built in the 18th century, its history goes as far back as 1480. Advertised as “a place of intimate grandeur,” the castle hotel offers 30 en-suite bedrooms which range from classic rooms to luxurious suites. Amenities offered include an award-winning bistro, a champagne terrace, and functions for weddings and events.
Featuring a grand and elegant 18th-century architecture, the castle offers rooms and suites that range from simple, traditional, modern, to luxurious.
Known for its award-winning dining, the castle offers plenty of culinary options, from the awarded bistro, the champagne terrace, gala dining, private dining, to afternoon tea.
Set in a private estate in the picturesque East Lothian countryside, the castle is conveniently located near the centre of Musselburgh and Edinburgh.
Classic Double Room
Musselburgh, Scotland, UK
Named as one of the top restaurants in Lothians in 2019, The Campaign Room Bistro offers an award-winning culinary experience in a classic, elegant setup. They serve fantastic menu from brunches, lunches, to dinner. Private dining can also be arranged. The restaurant is open daily until 8:00 in the evening.
One of the most popular attractions near the Carberry Tower is the Newhailes House and Gardens. This Palladian-style country house was built in the 17th century that features elegant Rococo details and decors.
Inveresk Lodge Garden is a peaceful sanctuary, featuring fragrant flowers, wildlife, ponds, and lush trees, as well as seasonal delights like perfumed roses, tulips, and snowdrops. There's also a 17th-century house inside the walled garden.
Beneath the streets of Gilmerton lies the Gilmerton, which is a series of hand-carved underground chambers and passageways. Carved from sandstone, these tunnels carry an air of mystery and wonder.