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Edinburgh Spas & Relaxation

After a day’s adventure in and around the winding streets of Edinburgh, why not spend some time pampering with an Edinburgh spa treatment, a round of golf or even just a walk along one of the nearby beaches.  Here’s where to go: 

Edinburgh Spas & Relaxation

  • FLOTARIUM SPA | 29 North West Circus Place, Stockbridge | T: 0131 225 3350 | For everyone there is a Sanctuary, The Floatarium Day Spa is yours to relax and renew. We believe in giving you this time and have been doing so for over 25 years since we originally opened our Day spa in Stockbridge Edinburgh.
  • FLETCHERS COTTAGE SPA | Archerfield House, Dirleton, East Lothian | T: 01620 897 580 | Welcome to our Spa, Fletcher’s Cottage, a haven of rustic luxury right at the heart of the Archerfield Estate, as featured in the Sunday Times Travel Top 6 British Spas and the 2014 Tatler Spa Guide. Its somewhere you can deeply relax and feels like the perfect home from home.
  • DUDDINGSTON GOLF CLUB | Duddingston Road West, Edinburgh, EH15 3QD | T: 0131 661 7688 | Welcome to Duddingston Golf Club – one of the most outstanding parkland courses in the Lothians and Scotland. Established in 1895 the course has a rich history, challenging design and is set in the shadow of Arthur’s Seat with the meandering Braid Burn a key feature. Such a tranquil setting – and only 10 minutes from Edinburgh city centre!
  • 6 GREAT BEACHES NR EDINBURGH | Various Locations | Courtesy of Time Out Magazine There are many reasons why you should visit Edinburgh during the summer, yet perhaps most overlooked is the city’s coastal location. Edinburgh has countless beautiful beaches on its doorstep, and whether its views across the Forth you’re after or the rugged beauty of East Lothian, you don’t have to look far to find the perfect spot to whittle away those long sunny days. Here’s a round-up of the best beaches the area has to offer.
OUR QUEENS GUEST HOUSE IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED!Due to the pandemic emergency that is affecting the tourist industry, we have sadly decided to make the Queens Guest House inoperative until further notice.

Dear Valued Guest,

After the announcement by the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and subsequent conference from the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, we are writing to you letting you know the immediate impact of these announcements.

As you are aware the last six months since the Covid-19 pandemic struck the hospitality and tourism sector has been disproportionately affected. We were hoping that by now we would be seeing restrictions easing and the recovery of the tourism sector. However, this has not been the case; visitor numbers to the city have collapsed. And with further tightening of restrictions, possibly running on for another six months, well into next year, there is no end in sight.

Therefore we have made the difficult but only viable decision, to shut down for the Autumn and Winter period. With the number of infections rising exponentially and little or no sign of recovery in terms of tourist and guest numbers, then there is no way we can remain open and financially viable.

If you have a booking with us, or a voucher to redeem then please contact us in the spring, we are hoping that we can reopen again, on April 1st 2021.

We can imagine that this may be a difficult time for our guests, and this news will not be easy to digest, but currently, there is no viable business or means to remain open. We are hoping things will have significantly improved by April 2021. It also means we and our potential guests have clarity for the winter season and into next year.

Kind regards,


 CVH hotels.