An historic Scottish Inn that dates back to 1760,TheLivingston Innstands in its own grounds and is set within the Scottish conservation village of Livingston Village, West Lothian.
It is steeped in history and indeed one famous resident was the world famous Scottish poet Robert Burns who stayed here and penned the song “The Bonnie Lass of Livingston“ during his stay in the Inn.
Now recently refurbished, the hotel buildings are a monument to bygone days, with a contemporary modern design and decor finish. The stable block has been converted to an open plan bar and lounge area that holds over 100 people. There is also a private dining room that seats up to 35.
There are 12 en suite bedrooms, and the Inn can cater for small weddings, business meetings, birthday parties and other group bookings.
We are proud of our reputation for serving top quality freshly prepared food using only the finest ingredients and local produce in season, presented by our team of highly trained chefs.
When you combine the tradition of the buildings and location, with the unique blend of atmosphere, style and quality of service provided today, the Livingston Inn becomes a relaxed oasis in a sometimes too busy world.