WATCH: Inside the 19th century Midlothian coaching inn following half million pound facelift

The Ramsay family, who have owned The Stair Arms in Pathhead for a quarter of a century, have invested £500,000 into significant renovations to restore the historic hotel.

Wednesday, 10th April 2019, 2:22 pm
Updated Wednesday, 10th April 2019, 2:44 pm
The Stair Arms, Pathhead

Beginning in January 2017, the bar, function suite, restaurant and rooms have undergone a sleek facelift which the family said aims to offer a warm Scottish welcome.

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They added: “We wanted to put our stamp on the inn by keeping the character of the original 1831 coaching inn but with a modern twist.”

The hotel, commissioned in 1831 by Lord and Lady Stair of the Oxenfoord Estate, has 12 bedrooms, a new coffee house and two areas ideal for weddings - the Garden Suite and the Patio Bar.

The Stair Arms, Pathhead