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Mercure Livingston Hotel

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Top 6 nature walks in Livingston

We have put together a list of some of the most charming walks in the West Lothian area.

Beecraigs Country Park

Take advantage of a wide range of leisure activities in this natural setting across 900 acres. Tucked away high in the Bathgate Hills close to the historic town of Linlithgow. See the Red Deer herd, pop into the visitor centre or browse the farm shop. The country park is less that a 20 minute drive from the hotel.

Almondell and Calderwood Country Park

Tucked away in the valley of the River Almond, this country park covers 220 acres and is knows as West Lothian's best kept secret. Whether you're looking for a tranquil place to appreciate the surroundings, a family picnic or a cycle path, this park has something for everyone.

Polkemmet Country Park

This popular 68 hectare attraction near Whitburn offers beautiful woodland and riverside walks, a play area and picnic and barbeque facilities. The park is also home to a golf course, driving range and bowling green.

Hillhouse Woodland

The Woodland is located in the north section of Beecraigs Country Park, near the ancient town of Linlithgow. The site has a 1.2 mile footpath designed to offer easy access to this wonderful part of countryside.

Dechmont Law

Known locally as 'Decky Hill', the tallest hill in the Livingston area measures at 217 metres and sits in the centre of 66 hectares of countryside, woodland and a number of footpaths.

Oakbank Bing

Located on the outskirts of Livingston, this area was once a hive of industrial activity. It's now a beautiful landscaped area offering a picturesque walking route and is home to a variety of wildlife and breathtaking views. 

After all that walking reward yourself to a delicious meal in our restaurant, The Brasserie. View our menus here.