The Landmark Trust is opening Collegehill House in association with Scottish Open Doors.
Collegehill House takes its name from the Chapel being established as a collegiate church and, from around 1660 to 1866, it was in use as The Old Rosslyn Inn, established for the accommodation of worshippers.
Set in the stone above the front door, Collegehill House’s datestone of 1660 is a reminder of its rich history. The property has welcomed illustrious travellers, including Robert Burns, James Boswell, a son of Queen Victoria and JMW Turner to name but a few, attracted by the medieval architecture of Rosslyn Chapel and the beauty of the nearby Roslin Glen.
Free Admission and leaflets on the building's history. Click here for location
For further information please contact Booking Enquiries. The Booking Office is open Mon to Fri - 9am to 5.30pm.
We’d like to raise that due to the nature of our historic properties and their locations, that some buildings may not be suitable for people with some disabilities or limited mobility.We do endeavour to accommodate additional access needs where possible. At this property you are able to drive down and drop any guests with limited mobility at the main house and then return your car to the allocated car park. Please ask a member of staff on site if you need to do this.