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Bankton House Hotel
Murieston  Livingston
Scotland
EH54 9AQ

Latitude: 55.8735791 | Longitude: -3.5018456

Bankton House Hotel

The Bankton House Hotel sits adjacent to Murieston Waters and trails, secluded within 3 acres of tranquil picturesque settings. The hotel is well positioned for nature-lovers and adventure-seekers, with its surroundings offering scenic nature trails and cycle routes. The Murieston trail can be accessed from the hotel’s grounds, which run alongside Murieston Waters allowing guests to easily explore and immerse themselves in the beauty of the area, either on foot or cycling with its excellent 'core path network’ which connects all the main areas of the town and surrounding villages, and Edinburgh along the Union canal route through the village of Ratho. The Bankton House Hotel is the perfect location for pursuing adventure and those looking to unwind and relax, enjoying the beauty which Scotland has to offer with the area’s abundance of woodland trails and wildlife.

The hotel’s surrounding area of ‘Bankton’ and Murieston forms part of Livingston the largest town of west Lothian situated 15 miles (25 km) west of Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh and 30 miles (48km) east of the vibrant city of Glasgow. With the main rail line of Livingston South Train Station a five-minute walk from The Bankton House Hotel which offers regular and direct routes to the centres of both Edinburgh and Glasgow allows visitors and guests easy commuting to our Cities. Whatever your interests, from shopping to scenery, the town offers a wide range of facilities for you to enjoy. Livingston is renowned for its fantastic shopping complex, located in the town’s centre. Livingston Designer Outlet is Scotland’s largest designer outlet with over 70 popular boutiques offering something to suit everyone’s taste. The mall also offers leisure facilities such as a cinema, adventure golf, bars, cafés and restaurants. Livingston’s shopping complex is a popular attraction for people near and far to shop, dine and relax.

Or explore the beautiful Almondell and Calderwood Country Park. This four-star visitor attraction is set on 220 acres of countryside, tucked out of sight in the valley of the River Almond. The scenic nature park is perfect for exploring and appreciating Scotland’s nature and wildlife with its paths and trails crisscrossing over a variety of impressive bridges which offer breath-taking views. Livingston’s Mill Farm Heritage Centre is set in a peaceful river-side site with friendly farm animals, a working watermill and interactive displays. Offering a wide range of facilities and areas, this local attraction is popular with families and visitors of all ages.