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Luxury Hotel's Edinburgh Restaurant Honours Historic Past With 2 for 1 Promotion

Dalmahoy Marriott Hotel & Country Club Offers Stunning Views for Pentland Guests

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 06/23/14 -- To celebrate the year of Homecoming Scotland 2014 a leading hotel near Livingston, Scotland is launching an innovative promotion in order to attract both ex-pats and locals to enjoy Edinburgh dining at its the award-winning Pentland Restaurant.

Dalmahoy Marriott Hotel & Country Club has chosen the 100 most common surnames in Scotland (taken from the General Register Office for Scotland) and throughout 2014 will offer people who bear one of those surnames an exclusive 2 for 1 promotion* on all Main Courses.

Dalmahoy Estate has a history dating back to King Alexander III. In spite of this long history, Dalmahoy House has only had three owners. Recorded as first owners, around 1265, the Dalmahoys were descendants of Sir Alexander de Dalmahoy. The house was purchased by the Dalrymples around 1720 and the Douglas family acquired the house from the Dalrymples -- although it is not known how! The Dalmahoy House been in the Douglas family from about 1760, owned today by the 21st Earl of Morton, a direct descendant of the Douglas family. Heraldic emblazonments from each of these families can still be seen today on the walls of the house. To celebrate this history, the hotel is also extending its Scottish restaurant's promotion to those who bear the names of former owners -- Dalmahoy, Dalrymple and Douglas, as part of Homecoming Scotland 2014 festivities near Edinburgh. A complete list of surnames honoured by the 2 for 1 promotion* appears below.

The Pentland Restaurant offers traditional food with a modern twist, cooked by Head Chef James Thomson. It is an AA Rosette award-winning restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere in stunning surroundings.

For more information about this promotion, the restaurant or to reserve a hotel meeting room in Edinburgh, please contact Craig Irving, Director of Sales & Marketing on +44 (0)131 335 8075 or by email: [email protected]

For more information on Homecoming 2014, visit the website: www.homecomingscotland.com or contact the Homecoming Scotland team on +44 (0)131 472 2313 or by email: [email protected]

* Promotion subject to availability, terms & conditions apply. Pre-Booking essential, photo ID will be required

The Surnames covered:
1 SMITH
2 BROWN
3 WILSON
4 THOMSON
5 ROBERTSON
6 CAMPBELL
7 STEWART
8 ANDERSON
9 MACDONALD / McDONALD
10 SCOTT
11 REID
12 MURRAY
13 TAYLOR
14 CLARK
15 MITCHELL
16 ROSS
17 WALKER
18 PATERSON
19 YOUNG
20 WATSON
21 MORRISON
22 MILLER
23 FRASER
24 DAVIDSON
25 GRAY
26 HENDERSON
27 JOHNSTON
28 HAMILTON
29 GRAHAM
30 KERR
31 SIMPSON
32 MARTIN
33 FERGUSON
34 CAMERON
35 DUNCAN
36 HUNTER
37 KELLY
38 BELL
39 GRANT
40 MACKENZIE
41 MACKAY / McKAY
42 ALLAN
43 BLACK
44 MACLEOD
45 MCLEAN/MacLEAN
46 RUSSELL
47 GIBSON
48 WALLACE
49 GORDON
50 MARSHALL
51 STEVENSON
52 WOOD
53 SUTHERLAND
54 CRAIG
55 WRIGHT
56 KENNEDY
57 JONES
58 BURNS
59 WHITE
60 MUIR
61 MURPHY
62 JOHNSTONE
63 HUGHES
64 WATT
65 MCMILLAN
66 MCINTOSH
67 MILNE
68 MUNRO
69 RITCHIE
70 DICKSON
71 BRUCE
72 KING
73 CRAWFORD
74 MILLAR
75 CUNNINGHAM
76 SINCLAIR
77 WILLIAMSON
78 HILL
79 MCGREGOR
80 BOYLE
81 SHAW
82 FLEMING
83 MOORE
84 CHRISTIE
85 DOUGLAS
86 DONALDSON
87 ALEXANDER
88 FORBES
89 MCINTYRE
90 FINDLAY
91 JAMIESON
92 AITKEN
93 REILLY
94 THOMPSON
95 HAY
Chosen
96 Dalmahoy
97 Dalrymple
98 Morton
99 Braid
100 MARRIOTT

About Dalmahoy Marriott Hotel & Country Club
Dalmahoy Marriott Hotel & Country Club is conveniently located just six miles from Edinburgh City Centre and three miles from Edinburgh Airport. Offering 203 guest rooms and 12 spacious suites, the hotel offers extensive recreational facilities as well as two exceptional restaurants, including the award-winning Pentland where breakfast and dinner are accompanied with stunning views of the hotel's championship golf course. The property also features 11 meeting rooms and state-of-the-art equipment ideal for hosting business conferences or elegant social gatherings.

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CONTACT:
Dalmahoy Marriott Hotel & Country Club
Kirknewton Edinburgh, Scotland EH27 8EB United Kingdom
Phone: 44-131-333-1845
http://www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/travel/edigs-dalmahoy-marriott-hotel-and-country-club/

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