Gifford 2.7 miles.
The Grieves Cottage is a refreshing getaway resting in a countryside location, just outside of the East Lothian village of Gifford, Scotland.
With a smart interior, and something to suit every taste nearby, bring your friends or family along and enjoy a break together.
You will immediately feel at home after entering this cottage, its bright and airy hallway offers a calming ambience.
Step right into the fresh kitchen/diner, neutrally coloured units provide all of the necessary appliances whilst a lovely breakfast bar is perfect to sit at with a cup of tea before your day of adventure begins.
A spacious sitting room boasts ample cosy seating with a TV and a stunning woodburning stove creating a relaxing spot to sit and unwind in.
The ground floor also comes with the added convenience of a charming cloakroom and a utility housing a washing machine.
Upstairs you will find the two immaculate bedrooms here at The Grieves, complete to a hotel standard and overlooking your tranquil hamlet location.
hosts a good food pub, a shop and a café to make the most of.
From here you can visit some wonderful places and attractions including the beach at Luffness, the well-stocked town of Haddington and the wondrous city of Edinburgh all make for fabulous day trips.
A tastefully decorated cottage in a lovely Scotland location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin zip/link (can be king-size on request). Bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC, ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Haddington 4 miles; Dunbar 14 miles; Edinburgh 20 miles
This pretty, East Lothian village sits just 20 miles east of Scotland's capital, Edinburgh, and is a delightful holiday base. Gifford, split in two by the Gifford Water, offers a small selection of shops, a pub/restaurant, a café and two highly regarded golf courses. It also boasts some stunning architecture with a magnificent white parish church and an attractive town hall. For a wider choice of amenities, Haddington sits just four miles away, sat on the banks of the River Tyne and also features its own golf course. The scenic coastline at Luffness rests just ten miles away should you want a day at the beach. Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, is easily accessible and is certainly worth a visit as it hosts beautiful buildings, plenty of amenities to choose from as well as a number of stunning parks and gardens.