10% discount available on a 7+ night stay over Christmas.
A stylish loft apartment in the coastal town of Gullane – a mecca for golfers and foodies within easy striking distance of three championship links golf courses and the 5 Star AA award winning ‘Bonnie Badger’ restaurant.
A stylish one bedroom apartment mixing the finest of golf tradition and an easy coastal vibe.
Originally built in 1892 by James Bisset, this attractive top floor apartment sits in a striking period building in the heart of the picturesque village of Gullane on the East Lothian coast. Not one, but three championship golf courses sit nearby, including Muirfield, one of the oldest clubs in golf and world renowned for greens which will challenge and delight in equal measure.
For those seeking a slightly more sedate pace, the apartment is perfectly placed for walking and enjoying the tranquility of the area’s nature reserves along this stunning stretch of coastline.
Gullane Bents is an easy ten minute walk leading down to a fabulous horseshoe curve of wide golden sands leading all the way down to North Berwick. Add some award-winning restaurants to the mix serving the very best of fresh local produce, and guests here have a rather perfect holiday combination.
The apartment sits on the upper floor with a bright contemporary open plan living space punctuated by lovely pops of colour and views over the rooftops. The kitchen is well equipped with all the main essentials, with a dining space for four and a breakfast bar for those looking for easy holiday catering.
The bedroom can be configured to twin beds or a super king offering complete flexibility, leading into a small dressing room area and a separate bathroom.
Outside there is a communal garden area with plenty of amenities and dining options all within a few minute’s walk.
Just 45 minutes from Edinburgh, it's a perfect weekend destination with easy train and road links meaning you can make that transition from work to Friday relaxation in no time!
Secure access into a period building comprising a block of 4 apartments; two on the ground floor and two on the upper floor. The apartment sits on the second floor. There are two sets of stairs up to the apartment - no lift access.
Access door with inner stair leading up to:
Open plan living space comprising sitting room space with large sofa, armchair, Smart TV. Dining space with seating for four. Kitchen with 4 ring ceramic induction hob, electric oven, integrated dishwasher, fridge with small ice box compartment.
Separate small utility room with washer/dryer.
Bathroom with bath and shower over, heated towel rail, basin and WC.
Bedroom which can be configured as a super king double or twin. Side tables, dressing room area with plenty of hanging space and storage.
There is a garden which is shared between all apartments with bench seating. A barbecue is not provided.
There is a designated private parking space for one car. Additional on-street parking can be found opposite on the High Street.
Babies & Children
The property is not felt to be particularly suited to babies and children.
Sorry, dogs are not allowed.
Bed linen and towels are provided. A hairdryer is provided.
Wi-Fi & Mobile Coverage
Wi-Fi is available. Mobile coverage is good on most networks.
The property has gas central heating throughout.
The apartment is a second floor apartment in a building which comprises four other apartments in this wing, with four apartments on the other side. The garden area is a communal space.
In Gullane, you can find La Potinière for fine dining, or Tom Kitchin's restaurant 'The Bonnie Badger', a fabulous 5 star AA restaurant using locally sourced produce with artisan beers and wines. Gullane also benefits from The Main Course, a family run Italian restaurant and The Old Clubhouse, originally the clubhouse of Gullane golf club now offering a varied menu.
There is also a Co-op supermarket on the Main Street in Gullane with larger supermarkets nearby in North Berwick (4.5 miles).
North Berwick offers plenty of quality independent traders and fresh, local producers. There are two small supermarkets with a good selection of provisions, along with a butchers shop, fishmonger and bakery. There's also a large Tesco approximately a mile away which will do home delivery.
There are plenty of places for eating out with everything from sweet cafes and ice cream parlours mixed with characterful restaurants and bars ranging from the small and intimate dining experience of Osteria; regional dishes and cocktails at The Herringbone; or the distinctly rustic outdoor experience of the Lobster Shack!
Alternatively for a comfy nook and a perfectly roasted espresso head to The Steampunk Coffee House based in an old characterful warehouse in the centre of the town. And did we mention cakes? You can enjoy a scrumptious selection here including a rather heavenly pistachio and white chocolate brownie!
Hourly trains run from Drem (4 miles) and can take you into central Edinburgh in less than 30 minutes.
The spectacular long, sandy beach known as Gullane Bents is within easy walking distance from the apartment (approx 10 mins on foot) and is popular spot for picnics, wildlife watching, windsurfing and kite-flying
With three golf courses within easy striking distance, the area is a haven for golfers with access to world-renowned links courses, including the hallowed turf of the championship course at Muirfield as well as Luffness and Kilspindie. Craigielaw and Archerfield are a short drive away with further links courses in North Berwick and Dunbar.
For walking, take the John Muir Way, a scenic route passing through North Berwick and following the line of the East Lothian coast, or take a hike to North Berwick Law where you will be rewarded with fantastic panoramic views over the town.
The John Muir Country Park covers some of the most spectacular East Lothian coastline, featuring expansive sandy beaches which are a haven for wildlife and birdlife. The Scottish Seabird Centre in North Berwick is a top spot for watching the rich marine-life and birdlife of the area using powerful webcams and telescopes, including some curious seals and dolphins if you are particularly lucky!
Here you can also take boat trips to some fantastic locations. You can enjoy a seabird catamaran cruise, a three island seabird safari or for nature lovers and photographers, an unforgettable experience on the Bass Rock or Isle of May.
Other favourite spots include the dune-fringed sands at Belhaven; or the secluded sands at Seacliff - an enchanting gem with a tiny harbour and wonderful views north towards Tantallon Castle.
For cycling you can join Sustrans 76 which runs all the way down the coast to Berwick-upon-Tweed or you can enjoy some leisurely cycling circuits along traffic free paths and minor roads, taking time to explore the quaint coastal villages of the area.
Bikes can be hired from in Law Cycles North Berwick or Belhaven Bikes in Dunbar, while fatbiketours.co.uk in North Berwick run lessons and guided treks on specially designed ‘fatbikes’ which are a fantastic way to explore the remote sandy bays and ancient clifftop castles of the area on two wheels.
For watersports, superb kayaking can be found around the waterways off Dunbar, with thrilling wakeboarding and ringo rides at Foxlake. Surf buffs can enjoy some enjoy some wonderful sport right along the coast and there is a surf school in Dunbar offering lessons in paddleboarding, surfing and coasteering. There are also dive charters from the harbours in North Berwick and Dunbar taking in the stunning nature reserve sites around the Forth, Bass Rock and Isle of May.
Next take a visit to the magnificent city of Edinburgh where you can explore the fascinating architecture of the old town and soak-up the culture and heritage of this beautiful vibrant city. Wander the cobbled closes and narrow stairwells of the Royal Mile and Grassmarket; take a candle-lit tour of the underground vaults of the old city for some fascinating tales of Edinburgh’s darker past; or perhaps partake in a wee dram or a tasting session at the Scotch Whisky Centre where you can learn to nose, swirl and taste like an expert.
Finally a visit to iconic Edinburgh Castle which sits majestically over the city and houses the Crown Jewels of Scotland, the Stone of Destiny, 15th Century gun Mons Meg, and the National War Museum of Scotland. And if you’re lucky enough to be in the city in July and August, don’t miss the vibrant Fringe Festival, exceptional Jazz and Blues Festival or the Edinburgh Military Tattoo ending with a poignant lone piper lament high on the castle ramparts. Truly spectacular!
There are 40 golf courses in Northumberland, and another 21 in the Scottish Borders offering visitors an incredibly wide and varied range of golfing options.Find Out More
Local food and drink
Our region is a delectable foodie heaven! From quality local producers to fine dining experiences, there is an outstanding array of choice on offer and everything in between.Find Out More
Our region is home to outstanding scenery which boasts emerald forests, pristine lochs and rivers, heathery hillsides, sweeping moorlands as well as a picture perfect coastline.Find Out More
From the lush green uplands to shimmering sea, the area boasts a hugely diverse and enticing landscape that is perfect for exploring on foot. From gentle rambles to long-distance hikes, there are a vast array of trails and waymarked routes for newbie walkers or experienced alike.Find Out More
Historic houses and castles
With more stately homes, castles and historic sites here than you can shake a proverbial stick at, visitors are quite simply spoilt for choice.Find Out More
If you love a challenge or just crave a little excitement away from the day-to-day bustle of working life, we have lots to offer - whether it be watery pursuits, muddy blasts or thrill seeking, adrenaline-charged adventures.Find Out More
Spas and beauty treatments
Everyone needs a little time-out to relax and for many that may involve a little pampering, the chance to experience new therapies, or simply some dedicated ‘me time’ to enjoy or practise disciplines which bring a sense of well-being and good health.Find Out More
Horse riding is intrinsically linked to the history and heritage of the area and goes right back to the 13th and 14th centuries where townspeople would ride the clan’s boundaries to protect their common lands. Thankfully our riding pursuits today are not quite so dramatic!Find Out More
Welcome to the realm of the king of fish, the mighty River Tweed. Every year thousands of Atlantic Salmon make their way up river, an annual odyssey that is one of nature's miracles.Find Out More
If your passion is beautiful gardens a visit to our area will not disappoint. Spend a little time here and discover some spectacular gardens through the ever changing vista of the seasons.Find Out More
Museums, galleries and culture
Our museums tell the story of Borders people and provide a unique insight into our region’s heritage and culture, such as the turbulent past of the Border Reivers or the tragic tale of exiled Mary Queen of Scots.Find Out More
Ancestral history research
Crabtree & Crabtree know that tracing the history of your family can be a wonderful journey of discovery. Here are our top tips for starting your family tree.Find Out More
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Cycling & mountain biking
Whether you ride fast or slow, on-road or off-road, there is something uniquely special about enjoying some outdoor time on two wheels. Here in the region we have something for everyone from high-energy mountain biking blasts to gentle forest paths the whole family can enjoy.Find Out More
Shopping, arts and crafts
We are extremely fortunate to have a region where independent shops are king, and to have an area flowing with creativity through its talents in arts, crafts and textiles.Find Out More
Classes at your holiday home
Enjoy art, cookery, photography, flower or chocolate classes or whisky tasting in the comfort of your own holiday home...Find Out More
Children and families
Here at Crabtree & Crabtree, we like to think we’ve pulled together some rather nifty ideas to keep tots to teens happy and entertained during your stay.Find Out More
Cooks and Chefs
Our region is a natural larder so it’s really no surprise that we are fortunate to have such a wonderful choice of first class chefs and cooks on hand.Find Out More
Beauty and spa treatments
Everyone needs some pampering, whatever the occasion.Find Out More
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Fresh cut flowers delivered to your holiday home.Find Out More
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Our experienced dog sitters will look after your furry friends whilst you are out exploring.Find Out More
Babysitting and Nannies
Relax, explore the local area, enjoy a long lunch or a romantic evening out by hiring one of our fully qualified registered and experienced nannies or babysitters to come to your house.Find Out More
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- Sorry, dogs are not allowed.
- Typical arrival day: Friday during high season with the additional option of Monday out of high season.
- Arrival time: 4pm
- Departure time: 10am
"The wide open sands of Gullane Bents offers fantastic walking all the way down to North Berwick."Kirsty, owner of Little Archer