An en-suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities are featured in these rooms.
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Type Pub B&B
From £52 per room per night
Few hotels in and around Edinburgh can match this lodge for its views or place in literary history.
The Hawes Inn in South Queensferry is a country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. Our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing our bar.
At an Innkeeper's Lodge we have all the ingredients for a relaxing stay. Some of the home comforts you can enjoy include free parking and a complimentary continental buffet breakfast for all guests, or you can upgrade to a cooked Scottish breakfast. Our rooms are all en-suite and non-smoking and there are complimentary hot drinks, a flat screen TV with Freeview and free WiFi.
Food & Drink
The food we love to eat at The Hawes Inn is the food we serve, that's why our guests keep coming back. They trust us to get their favourites absolutely right - pub classics such as our Butcher's Choice Sausage and Mash - and to surprise them with something unexpected like our new Scottish Mussels in a White Wine and Parsley Sauce baked in a hand-rolled garlic bread crust - perfect for dipping!
Our changing selection of cask-conditioned ales features the finest from Britain's regional breweries alongside regular favourites. Our wine list brings together the best of both old and new worlds. You'll find great value bottles, as well as prized sparkling wines for special occasions.
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