The country’s theatres will soon be packed with fairy godmothers, ugly stepsisters and wicked witches.
Star in your own fairytale with today’s enchanting Big Deal on an overnight getaway at the romantic Melville Castle Hotel.
Located in extensive parkland grounds, yet just twenty minutes from the centre of Edinburgh, Melville Castle combines the elegant period features of its long and illustrious heritage with contemporary comforts and service.
Available seven days a week, this splendid offer is for two people to stay overnight in a classic double or twin room with a two course lunch and a full Scottish breakfast in the morning.
Late check out to noon means that you won’t need to rush your bacon and eggs.
Classically furnished and individually decorated, the rooms feature complimentary Internet access, crisp linen sheets; fluffy white towels; enchanting views of the surrounding woodland and decadent Gilchrist and Soames toiletries.
Seasonal Scottish cuisine
As we mentioned, in addition to a full cooked breakfast in the morning, guests will enjoy a two course lunch in the hotel’s Brasserie Restaurant.
The Head Chef at Melville Castle serves seasonal, modern Scottish Cuisine with a strong focus on high quality, locally sourced ingredients.
Melville Castle has been wowing visitors for over 200 years. This is what a recent, extremely enthusiastic guest thought of the venue on TripAdvisor:
‘Amazing Scottish castle. This hotel was a sheer delight. .....set in beautiful grounds by the river, just six miles from Edinburgh, it was a great location for a short break in Scotland. The room was lovely, great breakfast and friendly staff. I would definitely go back and recommend this lovely castle to anybody visiting Edinburgh.’
If you are looking for a romantic pre-Christmas getaway then booking a room in a castle is a very good place to start.
Take up today’s Big Deal and give your other half a fairytale stay at Melville Castle.
With vouchers valid until the end of March 2016, this offer would also make a great Christmas gift.
Who wouldn’t want to find a Borders break in their stocking?