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Fenton Tower, North Berwick, Edinburgh and the Lothians

Fenton Tower
North Berwick
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH39 5JH | View map
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Fenton Tower is a magnificent, fortified 16th Century tower located just 20 miles east of Edinburgh between Gullane and North Berwick. Set amongst the rolling countryside and surrounded by beautiful links golf courses, including Muirfield, it is an ideal location for a Scottish golfing break.

Through the fortified front door you will find yourself in the unusual vaulted dining room which has been designed to cater for anywhere between 2 and 20 guests with Fentonís chefs creating innovative dishes served with some of the finest wines.

Fenton Tower will sleep up to 12 people in 6 double bedrooms uniquely furnished with antique oak and fruitwood, all with en-suite bathrooms finished in oak. Internet and telephone connections are provided in each bedroom in addition to digital television and DVD facilities.

Whether you are looking for a relaxing break, private party or corporate event Fenton Tower is an ideal choice

Sleeps up to 12
30 minutes from Edinburgh Airport

LTR offer access to some of the finest private castles, including Fenton Tower, and other properties in Scotland and beyond

Details

Nearest Train Station: Berwick
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Nearest Airport: Edinburgh
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Historic House
Nearest Major Town: Edinburgh
Distance: 20 miles
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