Dalhousie Castle

At a glance

  • Architecture

    Architectual Excellence

    This resort is noted for its architectural heritage

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Picturesque landscape and well located for those looking to go walking or cycling

  • Romantic

    Romantic Weekend

    This resort is perfect for those looking for a romantic getaway

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    For Da Vinci Code fans you can go and see Rosslyn Chapel as featured in the film. Edinburgh is 20 minutes away. There is plenty to see and do in that magnificent city.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Break Venue

    A venue offering good leisure facilities, such as swimming pool, steam room, sauna and treatment rooms, but not a specialised spa location


Dalhousie Castle

Dalhousie Castle, Hotel and Aqueous Spa, Bonnyrigg, Edinburgh, EH19 3JB
EH19 3JB

30 minutes from Edinburgh City Centre and Edinburgh Airport

Spa & Leisure

The Dalhousie Castle is in a perfect location, a wonderful retreat away from the hustle and bustle. The Aqueous Hydro Spa is proud to be the first of its kind in Scotland. There is everything your body could wish for… a hydro pool, a Turkish style steam bath, a Roman style sauna with under-floor and seat heating, Kneipp hoses and foot baths to cool down the body and encourage circulation, a tropical rain and cold fog shower and the Tepidarium Conservatory to recline and look out over the marvelous grounds.

Do not miss out on the wide choice of treatments designed by Darphin and Finders. The only trouble you will have is choosing which treatment you most desire. You can also book a hair appointment in their Hair Salon.

Hotel & Accommodation

Dating back to the 13th Century, this castle sits in acres of woods and parkland overlooking the River Esk.

The Scottish welcome is a wonderful start to your stay. The 36 rooms boast beautiful fabrics, tartans, tweeds and twills. Surround yourself with period furniture, carpets and rugs. All rooms have en-suite facilities, telephone, TV and Radio, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, gorgeous fluffy bathrobes and comfy slippers.

If you fancy a treat, book into one of the 7 secluded rooms in the 100 year old Lodge. There is also a suite where you can hideaway in true luxury.

If you are looking for traditional Scottish Banquet, look no further. An ancient stone stairway guides you to the striking barrel vaulted dungeons – home of the Dungeon Restaurant and ‘Secret Bar’. Alternatively you can eat at The Orangery, where the menu is lighter offering Continental flavours alongside popular Scottish dishes