Caravans, camping and Glamping at Morton Hall

Mortonhall Holiday Park

Caravans, touring, glamping and camping at Mortonhall

Only 4 miles from the heart of Edinburgh, this wonderful holiday park is located in 200 acres of landscaped country parkland. Booking a holiday here means you can combine the beauty of the country with the bustling city attractions of the 'Athens of the North'. 

At the Mortonhall Stable Courtyard you will find the Stable Bar & Restaurant which offers a wonderful family dining experience. The sheltered courtyard provides a lovely place to sit outside in the summer or to have a drink inside by the log fire during the frosty winter months.

With superb transport links in every direction, getting here couldn’t be easier and once you arrive, you will find yourself in a wonderful location for exploring Scotland’s capital city.


Mortonhall works very hard at ensuring the park is operating as eco friendly as possible and is proud that it has been awarded the Gold standard from the David Bellamy scheme.

Holiday Accommodation

Mortonhall has a range of accommodation options for you to choose from including static caravans and glamping huts and wigwams. There is also an easy access holiday home that has been designed to aid those with reduced mobility.  Facilities provided are ramped access to the entrance door, complete with wider door frames, lower work surfaces, wet room toilet and shower.

Local Amenities

Morton Hall is close to a city bursting with amenities from theatres to history and culture plus the world famous Edinburgh Castle - and in high summer, the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe Festival,  and the Edinburgh Tattoo.

Local Amenities
Pubs / bars
Coffee shops
Swimming pool
Leisure center
Golf Course
Horse Riding
Ten Pin Bowling
Tennis Courts
Things to see and do

From Mortonhall holiday park, you have easy access to an incredible amount of things to see and do in and around the Scottish capital city. From walking on the Pentland Hills just behind the park to exploring the Old Town with its cobbled streets lined with shops, old pubs and quaint restaurants. Not to be missed is a gentle stroll around Arthurs Seat or even a climb to the top of this ancient volcano.

Edinburgh Castle

No visit to Edinburgh would be complete without seeing this famous castle built in the 12th century, sitting at the top of the Royal Mile overlooking the city and beyond to the Firth of Forth.

Edinburgh Festival & Fringe

The Edinburgh Festival & Fringe runs for 3 weeks in August and is the single biggest celebration of arts and culture on the planet with literally hundreds of live shows a day.  The end of the Festival is celebrated by a huge firework display from the castle,


Mortonhall is very easy to get to and is just 4 miles from Edinburgh city centre. The park is well sign-posted on the A720 City Bypass. You can exit the bypass at  either the Fairmilehead (A702) or Straiton (A701) junctions and follow the signs for Edinburgh and Mortonhall. 

There is a bus stop outside the park and the buses take you directly to the city if you don't want to drive in - parking can be difficult in Edinburgh!

Sister Parks
Name Location Town
Tantallon Edinburgh & The Lothians North Berwick
Belhaven Bay Edinburgh & The Lothians Dunbar