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Local Attractions and Places of Interest


Temple Village and Kirk


Find out about the nearby Temple Village here.


Temple village



Find out about the 12th century Temple Old Kirk ruins and connections with the Knights Templars here.


Arniston House and front lawns



Arniston House & Estate


Find out about the nearby Arniston House here.


Arniston House and front lawns



National Mining Museum


Find out about the nearby National Mining Museum at Newtongrange here.


Temple village



Rosslyn chapel


Rosslyn chapel dates from 1446 and became more recently internationally known through Dan Brown's book "The Da Vinci Code" and the subsequently made film.


Rosslyn Chapel



Local countryside


The area offers a wealth of lovely countryside walks through meadows, alongside river valleys, around reservoirs and through mixed forests.


Gore Glen includes the South Esk and Redside Burn rivers and old forest plantations within the Arniston Estate.


The South Esk river



Lying within the Rosebery Estate, you can fish with a permit at Edgelaw Reservoir, which feeds into the Redside burn, as well as there being a lovely circular walking route around it.


Edgelaw reservoir



You can also fish with a permit at Rosebery Reservoir which also lies within the Rosebery Estate.


Rosebery Reservoir



The nearby Gladhouse Reservoir has become increasingly popular for picnics, walking, cycling and water sports such as open water swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding and fishing. Note that there are now severe roadside parking restrictions in place due to emergency service accessibity issues.


Gladhouse Reservoir