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Greywalls Hotel
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Greywalls is a wonderful Edwardian country house hotel designed at the turn of the century by Sir Edwin Lutyens. The house has been owned by the same family since 1926 and has been a hotel since 1948. It is set in a charming walled gardens and is surrounded by East Lothian's wealth of championship golf courses.

Over the years the hotel has built up an enviable reputation for excellent food using only fresh local produce, served by friendly professional staff. As well as the golf for which it is famous the county offers beautiful beaches, nature reserves, stately homes, 30 minutes from central Edinburgh.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Red Stars
Number of Rooms: 23
Number Ensuite: 23
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Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Simon Burns
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
Tennis Court
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:


Mosiac of foie gras, confit duck and truffle, toasted gingerbread
Langoustine ravioli, wilted rocket, langoustine and brandy bisque
Honey roast quail, summer truffle risotto, lemon oil
Asparagus salad, seared diver scallop, scallop curry veloute
Smoked haddock, poached hen’s egg, leek and potato veloute, caviar beignet

Aberdeen Angus beef cooked two ways, seared fillet, braised brisket
with melange raisins
Roast halibut, crushed Jersey royals, confit lemon and french beans
Scottish salmon, buttered lobster, pommes mousseline, lobster sauce
and caramelised cauliflower
Poached and roasted Gressingham duck, piquillo pepper, celeriac puree
and bittersweet chicory (For two people)
Chicken “ en creppinette” fricassee of cep, trompettes and baby leeks,
cromesquie of foie gras

We request that you do not smoke in the dining room

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