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Excellent 5/5 11 reviews

Landscape gardens

House | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Not suitable for children
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car advised

This property would suit couples who enjoy walking and want a central base in order to explore all that Scotland has to offer.

Beautiful 1 bedroom property with ensuite, separate open plan living room kitchen. Set within 3 acres of gardens in a peaceful and secluded part of the West Lothian countryside within easy reach of West Calder village. The property boasts a wonderful mature garden, patio area and access to hot tub and a BBQ hut.

The property has a rural feel with plenty of opportunity to embark on long walks in the local nature parks, five sisters zoo and provides an excellent base to travel a little further and spend the day shopping in nearby Livingston with its many designer shops and restaurants. Alternatively, a short journey to the West Calder train station provides you with regular links to Edinburgh and Glasgow, where you can visit these historic scottish cities.

Once you've finished exploring for the day, comeback and enjoy the views from the property as the sun sets or take a dip in the hot tub to relax.

Things to see and do


Walking/Cycling - Beecraigs country park, canal and cycle paths where you can stop and see local sites such as Linlithgow Palace, Falkirk Wheel and much more

Golf - there are a number of local golf course on your door step

Five sisters zoo

A wide selection of local restuarants and pubs

Edinburgh (a half hour journey by Car or Train)

Walking/Cycling - Pentland Hills, Hillend dry ski slope and a vast network of cycle paths

Sightseeing - Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh Castle, Royal Mile, museums and much more

Summer - famous fringe and edinburgh festivals

Winter - winter markets, world famous street party

Stirling (approximately a 45 minute journey)

Offers the opportunity to explore the Castle and the Wallace Monument and other historic places of interest

Glasgow (approximately a hour journey away)

Shopping, museums, and much more

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach 15 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 4 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Edinburgh 15 km, Nearest railway: west calder 4 km
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Jacuzzi or hot tub, Log fire, Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites
Furniture Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 5
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking

The Lothians region

West Harwood is the perfect retreat for a relaxing Scottish holiday while being only 22 miles from the centre of Edinburgh, 30 from the hustle of Glasgow and 7 miles from the designer shops of Livingston. A perfect base for exploring many areas of scenic Scotland. Travel north, south, east or west and you won't be disappointed....

EDINBURGH Our capital city and a definitely a must for a day trip or two. Take a walk along the Royal Mile, the original main street of Edinburgh, which links the Castle, perched high on its volcanic rock, and The Palace of Holyroodhouse, check out the Museum of Childhood and St Giles Cathedral. Arthur's Seat, an extinct volcano, is an easy climb with magnificent views over Edinburgh, Fife and the open sea.

GLASGOW Travel West to Glasgow's towering spires, elegant crescents, magnificent civic architecture and restful open spaces. Experience the distinctive neo- classical style of Alexander "Greek" Thomson and the unique art nouveau creations of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Visit Pollock House and the Burrell Collection set in the 361acre Pollock Country Park. If a bit of shopping takes you fancy Princes Square is set in a renovated Square dating from 1841.

PERTHSHIRE Cross the Forth Road Bridge and up the motorway Pitlochry colourful and vibrant Victorian town surrounded by the most brilliant mountain scenery. Its fame as a holiday resort dates from the 1860's. One of the town's best-loved attractions is the Pitlochry Dam and Fish Ladder.

Visit the outstandingly beautiful Pass of Killiecrankie, three miles north of Pitlochry and the Queens View, one of the most famous views in Scotland.

THE SCOTTISH BORDERS From rolling hills to moorland, gentle valleys, rich agricultural plains, to rocky coastline with secluded coves and picturesque fishing villages. Friendly towns and charming villages, visit the castles, abbeys, stately homes and museums. Traquair House, Innerleithen is the oldest inhabited house in Scotland, with its tales of Scottish kings and catholic priests who have stayed there. Wander round Peebles, on the banks of the River Tweed, and enjoy its nice shops and wonderful atmosphere.


LIVINGSTON DESIGNER OUTLET You will find your personal shopping paradise at Livingston Designer Outlet, Scotland's largest designer outlet. There are over 100 famous brands under one roof — all with up to 60% off. Our 'Cathedral Mall' is the brainchild of architect Don Hisaka, with its opulent glass roof inspired by London's Crystal Palace.

THE UNION CANAL Work on the canal was started in March 1818 and continued night and day until it opened in May 1822 at a cost of £290,000. It is 31.5 miles long and linked to the Forth and Clyde Canal at Falkirk. It closed to commercial traffic in 1933. The Millennium Link project has restored the canals from the Forth to the Clyde. The unique Falkirk Wheel has now replaced the previous connecting locks. Cruise the calm and peaceful Union Canal in comfort on a canal boat trip from the Linlithgow Canal Centre where there is a small museum, a tea room and a picnic area. The Edinburgh Canal Centre at Ratho, nr Livingston offers year round cruises, sightseeing trips and and dinners on canal boats.

PENTLAND HILLS Their mountain shapes, their sudden profile at the end of many an Edinburgh street, the tangible imprint in history, their neighbourly wilderness - all these endear the Pentland Hills to countless thousands. They offer a huge range of walking from gentle strolling to more strenuous routes.

THE NEW LANARK WORLD HERITAGE VILLAGE Surrounded by beautiful native woodland and close to the Falls of Clyde, the 200 year old cotton mill village of New Lanark is Scotlands most important memorial to the Industrial Revolution. In the new ride at the Visitor Centre, the 'New Millennium Experience' has amazing special effects and dazzling illusions which bring the past - and the future - to life. Take a stroll along the riverside on one of the woodland walks and experience the outstanding beauty the Falls of Clyde - where the River Clyde cascades 85ft.

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Review 1-10 of 11

23 Jun 2014


"A Hide Away For Two"

Had a wonderful 7 nights away; calderview is in a perfect peaceful location, Andrew gave us step by step instructions over the phone as the sat nav ended the route abruptly; on arrival Andrew was extr… More

many thanks!!

20 Apr 2014



We wanted to stay somewhere quiet but close to Edinburgh and we found it at Calder View.The place was so peacefull and very clean , the owner Andy could not do enough to make your stay everything you … More

3 Apr 2014


"Just had to come back"

My second time staying and wouldnt have chosen anywere else in the area, conviently situated, extremly well equiped, and simply the best host.… More

12 Jan 2014



We travelled her for a weeks holiday over new year. Arrived to the most amazingly generous welcome pack including food and drinks. Incredibly welcoming host on site. Private and secluded apartment , b… More

30 Nov 2013


"Supberb stay,could not have asked for more"

Stayed here during the whole of October with Lynne, my wife, as a sabbatical from church. Andy, the owner, could not have been more helpful from the extensive welcome pack on arrival, the weekly half … More

11 Sep 2013


"Comfort and tranquility"

I spent almost two months at Calderview and thoroughly enjoyed myself. It provided me with the peace and quiet that allowed for a restful holiday but was also close enough to Edinburgh, Glasgow, the … More

18 Jul 2013


"Great getaway"

If you're looking for a great getaway then highly recommend staying here. Host Andy very friendly and made sure we were well taken care of. Everything from payment to arrival smoothly done. Accommodation very comfortable - location is very private so if you're looking for somewhere to stay without distractions then this is the place to stay. We caught the train to Edinburgh from West Calder (station offers free secure parking). Did most of our shopping in Livingston which is about 10 min drive away and spent a really relaxing week here. Great relaxing week.

16 Jul 2013


"Attention to detail"

My trip was both pleasure and business, after a 8 hour drive my sat nav took me close but not right to the property, there were quite a few substantial crofts I believe they were called, but 1 call to… More

25 Feb 2013


"Everything you need for a romantic getaway"

Stayed at Calderview for 3 nights in February to celebrate a birthday and the owner Andy could not have be more accommodating nor the amenities more superb. Arrived to this beautiful location where up… More

22 Feb 2013


"Excellent location & beautifully presented accommodation"

I was working along the M8 corridor but due to a lack of calls spent most of fhe week as a tourist. Ideally situated for Edinburgh 20mins and Glasgow less than 1hr. The let was beautifully decorated and furnished with a nice big telly so you can relax after long days walking or night drinking.. It's about 2 miles to the station to get the train to Edinburgh, great for shopping and eating out. I would definitely go back.. Oh and Andy was a very good host.

Review 1-10 of 11

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