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Dalhousie Way is an attractive development of 4 and 5-bedroom detached homes, located on the edge of the attractive market town of Bonnyrigg, Midlothian. The development is around a 9-mile drive from Edinburgh... Read more ›

Features

  • 4 and 5-bedroom detached homes
  • Garages and driveways to all homes
  • Fitted wardrobe to master bedrooms
  • Excellent commuter links to Edinburgh and Glasgow
  • Around 30 minutes’ drive to Edinburgh city centre
Dalhousie Way Bonnyrigg, Midlothian

Dalhousie Way is an attractive development of 4 and 5-bedroom detached homes, located on the edge of the attractive market town of Bonnyrigg, Midlothian. The development is around a 9-mile drive from Edinburgh city centre. Residents will benefit from fantastic travel connections to key commuter areas, such as Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as easy access to an excellent selection of leisure and retail options.

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Off B6392, Bonnyrigg,
EH19 3FA

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Off B6392, Bonnyrigg,
EH19 3FA
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Opening hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00

Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00

Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00

Thursday 09:00 - 17:00

Friday 09:00 - 17:00

Saturday closed

Sunday closed

Local Area
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Dalhousie Way is located on the edge of Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, just nine miles from Edinburgh city centre. The A7 is around half a mile away from the development and connects with the A720/City of Edinburgh Bypass within around seven minutes by car.  

The development falls within the boundaries of Midlothian Council.  

The local area

  • Bonnyrigg town centre
    4 mins
  • Bonnyrigg Primary School
    9 mins
  • Lasswade High School Centre
    6 mins
  • Dalhousie Castle and Spa
    3 mins
  • Eskbank
    20 mins
  • Edinburgh
    20 mins

Several well-regarded primary schools can be found in the local area, these include Bonnyrigg Primary School, around half a mile away, and St Mary’s RC Primary School, just over a mile from the development. For secondary school education, there is Lasswade High School Centre, only 1.5 miles away from Dalhousie Way.   

For those interested in higher education, the development affords ease of access to world-class institutions such as Herriot-Watt University and Edinburgh University – both of which can be reached within just over 20 minutes by car.  

For residents of Dalhousie Way, Bonnyrigg offers several retail options. Within its attractive high street, the town plays host to a mix of brand name and independent stores, as well as two supermarkets.  

Locally, the development benefits from being close to a number of dining outlets including cafes and restaurants. Fine dining is on offer less than a mile away from home, within Dalhousie Castle. Here, visitors will find the award-winning Dalhousie Castle Dungeon Restaurant – set within an atmospheric dining room, this gourmet establishment serves modern Scottish dishes, cooked ‘in a French style.’ The castle also boasts The Orangery, a family-friendly restaurant offering a mix of Scottish and European dishes. In addition to this, the castle is also popular for its afternoon teas.  

A wide variety of cafes, bars and restaurants are on offer at nearby Edinburgh – less than half an hours’ drive away from the development. The city boasts a vast array of cuisines and dining opportunities, including Michelin star restaurants – the Number One, at The Balmoral on Princes Street, and Condita,  a modern, intimate dining experience, situated on Salisbury Place.  

Edinburgh city centre also presents visitors with a vast array of shopping opportunities from large department stores, high street and designer shops, to independent boutiques and market stalls.  

Residents of Dalhousie Way can benefit from ease of access to excellent travel connections to key commuter areas, such as Edinburgh - just under a 30-minute drive via the A1 - and Glasgow (around an hour away via the M8).  

The nearest rail station is Eskbank, which can be reached within either a 20-minute walk or less than 5 minutes’ drive, and offers connections to Edinburgh Waverley (around 20 minutes journey time). 

Travel further afield is on offer via Edinburgh airport – which can be reached within approximately 20 minutes by car.  

Residents of Dalhousie Way can benefit from access to a range of leisure options. Close to the development, there is Dalhousie Castle and Spa – ideal for a spot of afternoon tea, or relaxation in the hotel's spa and hydro pool. For something a little different, visitors may also book a falconry experience within the castle grounds.  

For golf fans, Broomieknowe Golf Course is only five minutes drive from the development, offering an 18-hole course, set within parkland – the club prides itself on being inclusive of all ages and abilities.  

Just over a mile away from the development, and also appealing to all ages, is Bonnyrigg’s King George V park, which includes a children’s play area and green open space for dog walking, jogging, cycling, and other recreational activities. Slightly further afield, the Pentland Hills Regional Park, is around 18 minutes drive from Dalhousie Way and boasts around 10,000 hectares of countryside, offering various terrain, the park is ideal for outdoor pursuits such as walking, hiking, horse riding, cycling, running, and even fishing. It also boasts breathtaking scenery and views across to the Firth of Forth and Edinburgh.  

Nearby Edinburgh city centre is home to plenty of family-friendly attractions including Edinburgh Castle, Arthur’s Seat, Holyrood Places, the National Museums Scotland, the Writers Museum, the Scottish National Portrait Gallery and the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh – to name only a handful of its spectacular sites.   

Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day. Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.

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