Jarvis Ramada Livingston hotel with its heated
indoor pool and relaxed atmosphere, just 16 miles from the buzz of
Edinburgh.The whole family feels at home at the modern, open-plan
Hotel. The Ramada Livingston hotel's nine meeting rooms have
complimentary high-speed Internet access. Our private pagoda and
120-capacity wedding suite with dance floor turn marriage
celebrations into precious memories.
Travel Lodge Located above the Massimo bar and
restaurant. Travel Lodge is one of the cheapest hotel in Livingston.
Rooms cost around £50 a night.
Located in the heart of
Almondvale. Has many bars pubs and restaurants within walking
Inn Located to the far north of
Livingston. 5 minutes drive to town centre. Next door to a
beefeater restaurant and also ten pin bowling at Deer park.
Also easy access to drive to Edinburgh
without the expensive of Edinburgh hotels.
Da Vinci Hotel Whether it be for Business or a Family Weekend away, Da Vinci's Hotel
offers the perfect surroundings to stay for the single person to a
family of four. Da Vinci's has twenty two en-suite rooms available with
colour television and telephone. Single - £40.00 per night, Twin/Double - £58.00 per night,
Double S.O. - £48.00 per night, Family - £70.00 per night
House Hotel Set within it’s own grounds; The picturesque charm of Bankton House Hotel is not easy to define. The
stately Georgian architecture imbues a feeling of elegance and style
while the grounds that surround the hotel insulate it from the day to
day, and foster a peaceful ambience.With its grounds linking directly to the foot paths and cycle routes of the Murieston waters.
Inn Built in 1760, Livingston Inn stands in its own grounds and is
set within a Scottish conservation village in Livingston, West Lothian.
One famous resident was Robert Burns who stayed here and penned the
song “The Bonnie Lass of Livingston“ during his stay in the Inn.