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In celebration of the fourth series of the hit television drama, Outlander, Cringletie House is hosting a special themed event on Monday 5th November for fans of the show.

A former Baronial castle, Cringletie House is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty near Peebles, just 30 minutes outside Edinburgh. The hotel has 12 bespoke en-suite bedrooms, a luxury suite and a self-catering property in the grounds.
Diana Gabaldon, author of the highly successful books on which the series is based, stayed at Cringletie House recently and very kindly signed copies of her Outlander books.

To celebrate the start of series four of Outlander guests will be treated to a themed evening. Guests can enjoy a delicious buffet supper, mingle with other fans of the show, watch the first episode of the new series and sample Cringletie’s bespoke Outlander cocktail, which was created for Diana on her visit to the hotel. All of those attending the event will also be automatically be entered in to a draw to win a signed copy of their favourite Outlander book. This exclusive package is priced at just £35 per person and guests are encouraged to attend in themed costume if they would like to really enter into the spirit of the evening.

For those wanting to make a night of it Cringletie is offering a special price of £92.50 per person which includes the Outlander event, a night’s accommodation in one of the hotel’s magnificent rooms, a freshly prepared Scottish breakfast the following morning and free upgrades for fans that book early. Accommodation is based on two people sharing a room.

To book a place at this unmissable event, please contact the hotel direct on 01721 725750 or by email at enquiries@cringletie.com
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Notes to Editors:
Former Scottish Baronial castle, Cringletie House, located near Peebles, is 30 minutes south of Edinburgh and has 12 bedrooms, one suite and a self-catering cottage in the grounds. The hotel is set in 28 acres of grounds which include woodland and wildlife walks. There is a walled garden which includes a vegetable patch, a children’s play area with climbing frame and trampoline, plus croquet and boules on the lawn.
The region boasts not only spectacular scenery but some of the best mountain biking in the UK at Glentress and fishing on the Tweed.
The hotel welcomes well behaved dogs and there are bowls and biscuits on arrival, doggy walk maps, acres of grounds to explore and towels for muddy paws.
The hotel is almost an art-gallery in its own right, with every lounge full of original paintings, each corridor also has original art work and for those who enjoy painting or drawing the hotel grounds provide plenty of inspiration. The team can organise art breaks and time with the artists who have created the art for the hotel.
The hotel is fully wheelchair accessible hotel and includes a range of disabled facilities – quite exceptional for a historic building. These include a ground floor room and en-suite bathroom specifically designed for wheelchair users, technical equipment in the bedrooms to help guests with impaired hearing feel safe in their beds at night and a result the hotel was named in the Top Ten of Accessible Hotels in the UK.

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