Finding accommodation in a strange place can be a bit of a daunting prospect! We have called around a few very local hoteliers and can recommend the following leads as a start in your accommodation search. At the time of writing (Friday 2 May), these establishments do have some availability for our week. They range from the cheap and cheerful to the more luxurious and indulgent, but all are comfortable and welcoming!
|Maitlandfield House Hotel, Haddington
||+44 (0) 162 082 6513
||Family-run 3-star hotel – still awaiting info on rates and availability.
|The Avenue Restaurant and Rooms, Haddington
|| +44 (0) 1620 823 332
||Located in the town centre, a restaurant with rooms. Has some availability – cost is £45 per person per night – includes breakfast.
||+44 (0) 1620 822327
||Recently renovated, right in town centre. Has availability – £45 per person per night and includes breakfast.
|The Railway Hotel
|| No website
||None that I can find – but they’re on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Railway-Hotel-Haddington/292154446920.If you’re interested in booking a room here, then please contact us at and we’ll make contact with them.
|| +44 (0) 1620 823529
||Rooms above friendly pub in town centre. No frills but clean and warm welcome! Cost is £25 per person per night (no breakfast) – and has good availability for our week.
|| +44 (0) 1620 824936
||Beautiful lodge hotel, located just outside Haddington (owner happy to bring guests into town). Absolutely stunning location, with views across the river Forth. Rooms are £120 per night, including breakfast. Also has a self-catering lodge that accommodates 6 people.
|| Via website
|| +44 (0) 1620 820055
||Luxurious B&B accommodation in a beautiful location on the outskirts of Haddington. Cost from £170 per room per night incl. breakfast.
|Queen Margaret University
|| +44 (0) 131 474 0000
||Two-star single, double and self-catering accommodation in university campus. Regular bus service from campus to Haddington (about 15-20 minutes drive away).
For other accommodation options, please check out Visit East Lothian’s website. Or try VisitScotland as well. We are also sending out an appeal to local families who may be willing to host dancers – watch this space!
And if you have any questions, please don’t hestitate to email us at . Happy hunting!