With a fine reputation for excellent food, superb wines and friendly, professional service Greywalls offers the perfect location for a relaxing break in one of Scotland best country house hotels.
Greywalls was designed by renowned British Architect Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1901. Lutyens is famous for being the principal architect for English country homes at the turn of the 19th century and this house is the only example of Lutyens work remaining in Scotland.
Owned by the Weaver family since 1924 Greywalls the house became a hotel in 1948 and has been run by the family ever since.
Today Greywalls is one of Scotland's finest hotel and is very popular for golfing groups, corporate gatherings, weddings, and private house parties. The hotel's facilities include:
A unique country house with lots of character in a remarkable setting, Greywalls provides a memorable venue in which to celebrate a special occasion or to explore East Lothian.