11 Ferrymuir Retail Park, South Queensferry,
Edinburgh EH30 9QZ, UK.
Located 2 minutes from the Forth Bridge in South Queensferry and just 10 minutes
from Edinburgh Airport, DAKOTA EDINBURGH is the perfect destination
for work or leisure near Edinburgh and Fife.
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Treat yourself to a relaxing start or indulgent end to your holiday by booking an overnight stay at
DAKOTA EDINBURGH, enjoy hassle-free transfers to Edinburgh Airport and park your car
for 14 nights with our Stay, Park & Fly package starting from £105 per room per night.
Terms and conditions apply. Email us to book.
Edinburgh Airport is a 15 minute drive from DAKOTA EDINBURGH.
Guests can book our complimentary airport transfer service to or from Edinburgh Airport.
Available Monday to Friday, 6am until 10pm, on a pre-booked basis, subject to availability.
Email us to book.
Please note this service is not available over Christmas and New Year.
DAKOTA EDINBURGH sits on the southbound carriageway of the A90
which travels straight to Edinburgh city centre. Northbound the A90
becomes the M90 and is the main route to Perth. The M9 (Stirling and Falkirk)
is under 3 miles away and the M8 (Glasgow) just 6 miles from the hotel.
Edinburgh is 15 minutes and St Andrews is a 45 minute journey by road.
Edinburgh city centre is a 10 minute train journey
from Dalmeny train station, close to the hotel.
055° 85' 56.399", -003° 24' 2.399" (55.982367, -3.400478)
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postcode is currently EH30 9QZ.
Nicknamed “The Athens of the North,” Edinburgh is
Scotland's capital city, the seat of the Scottish Parliament
and has a population of just under 500,000.
It is home to Edinburgh Castle, The annual International Edinburgh Festival,
Princes Street, Murrayfield - the home of Scottish Rugby and not forgetting
Edinburgh Zoo which is home to the only giant pandas in the UK.
The Old Town and New Town districts of the city were listed as
a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995 in recognition of the unique character
of the Medieval Old Town and the planned Georgian New Town.
There are over 4,500 listed buildings within the city and it has
40 designated Conservation Areas.
Perhaps most famously, each August it hosts the Edinburgh Festival Fringe,
a collection of official and independent festivals which brings
around 500,000 people to the city. Edinburgh is the second most visited
place in the UK, and attracts over 1 million overseas visitors each year.