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Prestonfield is a primarily residential suburb in the south of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. It lies to the east of the A7 road, as it leaves the city centre, approximately 3 miles south of the centre. It is best known as being home to Prestonfield House, a renowned hotel, and Prestonfield Golf Club. The golf course is the nearest to the city centre.
The area was known as Priestfield until the late seventeenth century, a name retained by the parish church, other institutions and several street names.
- Prestonfield House - Now a hotel
- Cameron House (1770) for the Dicks of Prestonfield
- Priestfield Church (1877)
- "Luxury 5 Star Boutique Hotel, Edinburgh | Prestonfield House Hotel". www.prestonfield.com.
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