House of the Binns, History, Historic Scottish Building, Phone

House of Binns, Scotland

Historic Scottish Property, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland

House of Binns Scotland

Location: 4m east of Linlithgow, off A904, West Lothian

Architecture

The house was gifted by the Dalyells to the National Trust in 1944

History

The current Tam Dalyell has an illustrious past in the House of Commons and originated the famous West Lothian Question re p[roblems with scottish Devolution. General Tam Dalyell founded the Royal Scots Greys. It is reputed that the General roasted his enemies alive in the ovens.

Directions

Off the A 904 approx 15 miles west of Edinburgh

Opening Times

Generally 1 May to 30 Sep except Fri, check with operators

Contact House of the Binns

+44 (0)1506 834255

information(at)nts.org.uk

House of Binns – Tower Restoration, nr Linlithgow, West Lothian
2003
Pollock Hammond Partnership




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