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Situated in the town of Gullane overlooking Muirfield Golf Course, Greywalls is 40 minutes from Edinburgh Airport and 90 minutes from Glasgow Airport.


Muirfield (1 minute), Gullane (2 minutes), North Berwick (20 minutes), Dunbar (30 minutes), Gleneagles (90 minutes), Ladybank (90 minutes), Scotscraig (1 hour, 45 minutes), St. Andrews Old Course (1 hour, 45 minutes), Dukes Course (1 hour, 45 minutes), Kingsbarns (1 hour, 50 minutes), Crail (1 hour, 50 minutes), Carnoustie (2 hours)


One of Scotland’s finest golf hotels, Greywalls overlooks the renowned fairways of Muirfield Golf Links. Following the 2nd World War, the Weaver family inherited the house and the first hotel guests were welcomed to Greywalls in 1948. Exuding charm and warm hospitality, this symbol of Edwardian graciousness makes guests feel like time-honoured family friends.

One of the joys of Greywalls is the meticulously planned garden, its walls reflecting the symmetrical nature of the house itself. During the summer, the scents of roses and lavender can prove as intoxicating as fine wines. With holly hedges diving the garden into secret enclaves and the long evenings of a Scottish summer, even the weariest golfer is beguiled by its charms and it proves the perfect place to reflect upon and look forward to a day’s golf.

Each of the 22 period-styled, comfortable en-suite bedrooms are individually furnished and all of different shapes and sizes. Downstairs, guests may enjoy the tranquillity of the panelled library, entertain themselves by the grand piano or take a well-earned snooze in the sun-filled Edwardian tearoom. With respect to cuisine at Greywalls, whether it’s a hearty breakfast, a light lunch or a gourmet meal, you will understand why the cuisine is widely acclaimed.

While it’s true that as a golfing base, Greywalls is second to none, the same can be said of the surrounding countryside. Long, deserted sandy beaches, nature reserves, ancient castles, small villages and market towns all play their part in making Greywalls a special place. It has been special for the likes of Palmer, Nicklaus, Trevino and Norman in the past and you too will love it.

GRADE: 4 Star

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