Midlothian Hotels

Average price from £66

Hotels in Midlothian

Explore the beautiful region of Midlothian, Scotland, and relax in comfort on one of Premier Inn’s Midlothian hotels.

Midlothian is a popular destination for holiday-makers and corporate travellers, and when you stay in one of Premier Inn’s hotels, you’ll get a great night’s sleep in a spacious, well-appointed guest room.

Hotels in Midlothian
  • Edinburgh A1 (Musselburgh)

    Carberry Road Inveresk Musselburgh EH21 8PT
    (7.1 miles) Based on 310 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £65.50
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  • Edinburgh Leith Waterfront

    51-53 Newhaven Place Leith Edinburgh EH6 4TX
    (11 miles) Based on 1218 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £62.50
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  • Edinburgh A1 (Newcraighall)

    91 Newcraighall Road Newcraighall Edinburgh EH21 8RX
    (7.2 miles) Based on 403 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £85.00
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  • Edinburgh (South Queensferry)

    Builyeon Road South Queensferry Edinburgh EH30 9YJ
    (15.8 miles) Based on 321 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £62.00
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  • Edinburgh Central (Lauriston Place)

    82 Lauriston Place Edinburgh EH3 9DG
    (8.7 miles) Based on 1401 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £69.00
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  • Edinburgh City Centre (Haymarket)

    1 Morrison Link Edinburgh EH3 8DN
    (9 miles) Based on 2325 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £65.50
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Find conveniently situated Midlothian hotels

Midlothian stretches from just south of the city of Edinburgh to the Scottish Borders region, so it’s easy to explore the area whether you stay in one of Premier Inn’s Midlothian hotels or Edinburgh hotels.

Stay in the Premier Inn Dalkeith, Midlothian, and you’ll be conveniently close to the National Mining Museum, where you can discover more about coal mining in the area and what life was like for Midlothian’s miners and their families. Other Midlothian attractions worth visiting include Edinburgh Butterfly and Insect World and the beautiful Rosslyn Chapel, one of the main locations used in Dan Brown’s blockbuster, ‘The Da Vinci Code’.

Midlothian has plenty to offer anyone who enjoys outdoor activities too. You can ski on the dry slope at the Midlothian Snowsports Centre, play golf at Melville Golf Centre or explore the Pentland Hills before returning to the warmth of one of our Midlothian hotels.