Bed and Breakfasts in East Lothian

The area is very picturesque and famous for its golf courses. East Lothian stretches from the eastern edge of Edinburgh to the North Sea. The area is full of rugged castles, market towns and ruins of ancient settlements. Galas and festivals take place throughout the year in this lively area and places to visit include Bass Rock - a sanctuary for birds and this has the 3rd largest gannetry in the world, the Museum of Flight at East Fortune and Glenkinchie is famed for being the southern most distillery in Scotland.

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Kilspindie House Hotel, Aberlady, East Lothian

PR2S £95 - £115
3 Star3 Star3 Star
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Located in the idyllic village of Aberlady, East Lothian, near Edinburgh, Kilspindie House, former hotel, is now a restaurant with rooms. Bed & Breakfast is also offered in Ducks 23 en-suite bedrooms and two restaurants. The rooms at Ducks are all en-suite and most have both baths and showers. The flatscreen TVs all have freeview and an alarm facility. Since taking over we have refurbished all the carpets, curtains, lighting, showers and retiled all the bathroom floors. Free Wifi is available in all rooms. Most rooms can be made into either twins or doubles for single or twin occupancy*. We have three single rooms. Room 38, the Butler Suite has a four poster and is very popular with newly weds; Mr Butler and Fosy! Aberlady is the ideal base for exploring all that Edinburgh and the Lothian’s have to offer: beautiful countryside, sandy beaches, historic buildings and a number of popular visitor attractions. Looking over the beautiful Bay which takes its name, Aberlady has always been a place of cultural and economic exchange. Its waters and sheltered location have been used by travellers and traders for centuries. Today, most of these travellers come to Aberlady to enjoy its hospitality, its good food, the magnificent links courses that lie to east and west, and the captivating natural environs of the village more generally. Less well known is its fantastically deep and rich history. If you wish to hear more about this, a talk and tour place is highly recommended. We are close to the Aberlady Bay bird sanctuary, East Fortune air museum housing Concorde, the Glenkinchie whiskey distillery, Scottish Seabird Centre and boat trips from North Berwick. Here at Duck's we can arrange various packages for you to include Bird Watching and Golf. Please contact us for further information. Rates: From £95 to £115 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. No smoking. Pets are allowed. Disabled facilities - please enquire for details. Off street parking. Dinner available. Wi-Fi/internet access. 3 Star Visit Scotland.

Crauchie Farmhouse, East Linton, East Lothian

PR2S £75 to 80
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
A picture-book Georgian farmhouse hidden up a winding lane in the midst of fields and woods yet only minutes from the pubs, shops and sights of East Linton, a village beloved by artists for centuries. All the peace and quiet of the countryside with the culture and beauty of Edinburgh only 40 minutes drive away – or take the train or bus to avoid city parking nightmares. Ground Floor: 1 double room with a king-size bed. The bathroom is ensuite with bath, cabinet power-shower, WC and hand-basin. There are views over the garden, a TV with DVD player and a tea and coffee tray. First floor: 1 room with twin beds, which can ‘zip and link’ to become a large double. The private bathroom is right next door (one step away) and has a bath with hand shower, WC and hand basin. This room has views over the fields and hills, TV with extra freeview channels and a tea and coffee tray. All rooms have wireless internet access. Breakfast: This is served in the pretty dining room, overlooking the hills and fields. Joanna offers home-prepared fruit salads and compôtes, cereals and fruit juice and her own special blend of porridge, followed by a freshly-cooked Scottish breakfast of egg, bacon, sausage, black pudding, tomato, mushroom and fried potato, or the combination of your choice. Tea, coffee or chocolate accompanied by hot toast and marmalade or jam complete the meal. The freshest of eggs come from the local farm shop, where the hens scratch in outside runs, the bacon and sausages are the village butcher’s own make and the award-winning black pudding is from Stornoway – not local but very much worth the trip! Vegetarian and other special diets can be catered for and packed lunches provided with adequate notice. Guests are welcome to use the terrace and walled garden. There is plenty of parking space in the gravelled drive. Rates: From £75 to £80 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children over 3 are welcome. No smoking. Sorry, no pets. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 4 Star Visit Scotland.

Letham House, Haddington, East Lothian

PPPN £95 Single Occupancy
PR2S £140
5 Star5 Star5 Star5 Star5 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
Letham House is a beautiful 17th Century mansion in East Lothian that offers luxury guest accommodation just outside the small market town of Haddington. Our guest accommodation is surrounded by extensive grounds and gardens, providing an oasis of tranquillity for those who want to explore this beautiful part of Scotland. Our mature grounds are ever changing throughout the seasons, making our house a great setting for all occasions. So whether you are looking for a romantic break away with your partner, a base for you and a friend to explore the area or as a venue for your special occasion, our stunning mansion and beautiful grounds are just for you. We have taken much time, love, care and attention when restoring Letham House to ensure that all rooms are of a high quality and are a place where guests can create many happy memories. Each of our individually designed guest suites have south facing views of over 10 acres of grounds and gardens, while the sumptuous fabrics we have used in the house and the roaring fires that we light in the winter evoke a sense of luxury and indulgence. We have double & twin guest rooms available, all of which have their own en suite bathrooms and luxurious bathrobes for you to use during your stay. Other facilities include: TV. CD player. DVD player. Hair dryer. Free Wi-Fi access. Slippers. Tea & coffee tray. Complimentary water. Choice of feather or fibre downies & pillows. Guests are welcome to take advantage of our public rooms, such as the drawing room, the adjoining music room and the snug. These large elegant rooms have been restored to their former glory and are a true pleasure to relax in. Enjoy breakfast or an evening meal in our gracious dining room. For guests who have booked Letham House on an exclusive use, self catering basis we have a stunning vaulted kitchen fitted with everything you could possibly need. On sunny days during the summer we will serve you breakfast outside on the terrace. Wherever possible we endeavour to use locally sourced produce and fresh ingredients to ensure that our food is always delicious. From breakfast to dinner we try to cater to your needs, however please just let us know if you have any other dietary requirements. East Lothian with such a great variety of excursions and sporting activities available and the staff at Letham House are available to help you organise the break you want. From golfing at world famous golf courses, going to the horse racing at Musselburgh to a visit at the local whisky distillery Glenkinchie, we can help you tailor your break. Whatever your reasons for visiting the area, Letham House will welcome you with warm hospitality and provide you with all the necessary information and assistance to make your stay the very best it can be. We encourage our guests to explore the mature gardens, grounds and woods that can be found on our estate. Borrow some wellies and take a walk up the field to visit Charlie our donkey and Hanka our Haflinger horse. There are many trees of Copper Beech, Cherry, Scot’s Pine, Silver Birch and Ash to name a few and wild life is very welcome on our grounds. We have lovely families of roe deer; too many rabbits and a wonderful selection of birds come to feed in the grounds and woods. Walkers and nature lovers will never want to leave. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £95 per person per night based on single occupancy. From £140 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Sorry, no pets. Children are welcome. Wi-Fi internet access. Off street parking. Dinner available. 5 Star Visit England Gold Award.

The Iron Duke, Brighton and Hove, East Sussex

PPPN £Please enquire
Allows PetsNo Smoking
The Iron Duke dates back to 1828 and is located in a great part of Brighton and Hove, at Brunswick old town. Our historic pub is a great base for business and leisure guests who are visiting this part of East Sussex and we occupy an enviable location just across the road from the beach with the city centre just a short walk along the seafront. Our inn has 10 guest rooms over two floors. On the first floor are our group rooms sleeping up to three per room ideal for guests on a budget. The two rooms at the front have nice views down Waterloo Street to the sea. On the second floor we have large bright double and twin en suites with views down to the sea. Also on this floor is a spacious family room at the rear with en suite. We also have four twin rooms with shared facilities again ideal for those guests on a budget. All rooms have guest trays with tea and coffee making facilities, televisions, blackout blinds or curtains, toiletries and fluffy white towels. As well as offering a comfortable place to stay while visiting Brighton, we also have a friendly bar that is a wonderful place to come for a quiet drink during the week or a more lively night out at the weekend where we open til 1am Fridays and 2am Saturdays. We have regular events hosted in The Dukebox Theatre at the back of the pub for your weekend entertainment. Our bar is well stocked with an excellent wine list mixing new world with the more traditional. We have a wide selection of real ales circulating on sale with Timothy Taylor Landlord and Harveys Sussex Best being our most regularly stocked, along with some great seasonal guest ales on rotation. At the Iron Duke, we've hosted everything - From birthday parties to wedding receptions to office parties. What used to be our Function Room has been transformed into an exciting new theatre venue called The Dukebox Theatre. The theatre & lounge room are still available for free private hire. Alternatively, the whole pub can be hired. Please contact us for rates. The location of our inn is ideal. We are jst across the road from the beach and a pleasant short walk along the seafront into town far enough away for us not to suffer from the late night noise that larger more central hotels experience. For more information please visit our website. Rates: Please enquire. Pets are welcome by arrangement. Children are welcome. Wi-Fi internet access.

Ravensdown Guest House, Ferry Road, Edinburgh

PPPN £55
PR2S £85
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Ravensdown is a friendly and stylish guest house which provides excellent value high quality bed and breakfast accommodation in central Edinburgh. A spacious Edwardian house built in the early 1900's, Ravensdown has spectacular views of the city skyline, Edinburgh castle and Arthur’s Seat. At this guest house there are six well-appointed spacious guest bedrooms, all of which are en-suite, situated on the first and second floors. Our front bedrooms have fantastic views of Edinburgh. We can offer double, twin, triple and family rooms. Single occupancy is seasonally available. Ravensdown is non smoking throughout the building, however an ash tray is provided next to our front garden seating. Central heating with individual temperature controls in each room. Large comfortable beds. All bedrooms at this guest house have televisions and tea / coffee making hospitality trays but if there's anything else you need, from an iron, hairdryer, ice (for a quick aperitif before a night on the town!), then please don't hesitate to ask! We're here to do all we can to make everything as easy and enjoyable as possible. At this B&B accommodation we serve in relaxed and informal surroundings a continental, Scottish or vegetarian breakfast. Feel free to help yourself to our selection of buffet items including cereals, fruit juices, yoghurts, fruits, cheeses, etc. We also supply limitless bread and a toaster so you can make your own toast. We'll do our best to accommodate your special dietary requirements. Ravensdown Guest House is situated to the north of the ancient city, also within easy access to the port of Leith, with lovely pubs and restaurants and the Royal Yacht Britannia. Approximately 10 minutes walk to the Royal Botanic Garden and Stockbridge, a lively up market 'village', also with wonderful pubs, restaurants, bars and boutiques. Rates : From £55 per room per night, single occupancy. From £85 per room based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome by arrangement. Sorry, no pets. Wi-Fi / internet access. Off street parking. Secure for bikes. 4 Star Visit Scotland.

Seaholm Bed & Breakfast, North Berwick, East Lothian

PPPN £40
PR2S £80
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
Seaholm Bed and Breakfast is located on the beautiful Victorian seafront of North Berwick, it is perfectly located for the attractions of the town and East Lothian and is ideal for singles, couples, families and golf parties. Seaholm offers high quality accommodation, a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, all at very competitive rates. Seaholm Bed and Breakfast has three rooms available Room 1 sleeps up to four people, with 2 link beds and a sofa bed (an extra bed can be added if required) This room has a bay window with stunning sea views. Room 2 sleeps two people with link beds Room 3 sleeps two people with link beds Our rooms have: TV/DVD in each room Hairdryer in each room Wash basins in bedrooms Tea/coffee making facilities Private bath and shower for each room (but not en-suite) Wi-Fi is available throughout the property Located on the east beach in North Berwick Seaholm is the ideal location for the perfect holiday in East Lothian. Below are some local attractions and facilities: La Potiniere Restaurant The Old Clubhouse Gullane Scottish Seabird Centre The Museum of Flight Concorde Tour John Muir Birth Place East Links Family Park Musselburgh Racecourse The Belhaven Brewery The Edinburgh Festival Fringe The Edinburgh International Festival East Lothian Yacht Club Shuttle Taxis North Berwick: Seaholm looks out onto the famous Bass Rock, home to the largest gannet colony in the world. Find out about its wildlife at the Scottish Seabird Centre, just a stones throw away from Seaholm or take a boat trip and see up close its puffins, seals and many other great sights. Sea fishing trips are available from the harbour. North Berwick yacht club run sailing courses for all ages and standards. Diving is very popular in the area especially off the Isle of May. Tantallon and Dirleton castles provide a spectacular taste of the region's history. Climb North Berwick Law (600ft) for spectacular views of the Forth Islands over to the East Neuk of Fife and beyond. There are also a range of bars and restaurants. Regular train service to Edinburgh. Walk for miles on empty sandy beaches. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £40 per person per night. Rates: From £80 per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Dinner is available. Wi-fi/Internet access. 4 Star Visit Scotland.
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