Best ways of getting around from Crosswoodhill?

Last edited by Geraldine Hamilton 4 years ago

For rural excursions we recommend using your car. If you are to make best use of your time in Scotland a car really is essential.

For trips to the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, you have several choices…

  • Drive into the centre (35 minutes) and park (can be adventurous and expensive)
  • Use Park & Ride 10 miles from here, hop on a frequent bus which will deliver you painlessly to the centre.
  • Or drive so far into the city on a direct road, the A70. Park free before restricted paid parking begin. Then hop onto a frequent no. 44 or 34 bus. Consider buying a day ticket to hop and off buses. Have small change with you.
  • Take the train (approx an hourly service, leaving your car free of charge either at West Calder 6 miles, or Curriehill. It’s a 10 mile drive but a cheaper return rail fare as it’s closer to Edinburgh. Within 30 or 20 mins ( depending on which station you use) you will be in the very heart of the city. And spared any parking hassles or expense.

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