Drem Farmhouse, situated on the outskirts of the picturesque conservation village of Drem, offers visitors to Edinburgh and the surrounding countryside the opportunity to enjoy a luxurious North Berwick bed and breakfast stay in a beautiful country house. The farmhouse was extended in late Georgian times into the substantial family home of today, with spacious and comfortable accommodation on two floors and a glorious sun room for visitors to enjoy.
Your hosts, Hugh and Marlene Smith, welcome guests to their beautifully decorated home to experience a traditional Scottish bed and breakfast in East Lothian. Drem Farmhouse was originally built next to a Knights Templar chapel, the remains of which can be explored in the extensive grounds. If that whets your appetite, then a visit to the famous Rosslyn Chapel, just south of Edinburgh, is a must.
Adjoining the farmhouse, but with private access, is “The Bothy”, a self-catering apartment sleeping up to four adults on a weekly basis. Fully equipped with garden furniture and a barbecue area, “The Bothy” is an ideal base for those wishing to enjoy the nearby attractions.
Drem Railway Station is a five minute walk away: the journey into Edinburgh takes just 25 minutes. The Edinburgh Military Tattoo and the popular Fringe Festival take place in August, whilst the Royal Yacht Britannia at Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile are amongst the attractions.
Nearby attractions include several beaches, Athelstaneford, the birthplace of the Scottish saltire flag, Scottish Sea Bird Centre, the Myreton Motor Museum and the Scottish Museum of Flight, where visitors can go aboard the supersonic jet, Concorde. East Lothian is a golfing paradise with over twenty courses nearby, including Gullane, Luftness, Whitekirk, Longniddry, Archerfield, Craigielaw, The Renaissance Club, North Berwick, Muirfield, Dunbar, and, with Drem Farmhouse ideally situated, ‘golfing widows’ can themselves enjoy a non-golfing leisure break!