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Double Rooms: 1
Family Rooms: 2
Twin Rooms: 3


PR2S from £95 - 125



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Telephone: 01875 870503
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The Old Aberlady Inn

Aberlady, East Lothian



The Old Aberlady Inn Hotel is situated in the beautiful and historic East Lothian coastal village of Aberlady. Just 18 miles from Edinburgh and within 15 minutes of 19 golf courses, including Craigielaw, Kilspindie, Luffness and Muirfield. The Old Aberlady Inn is an old traditional style pub, with great dining an excellent restaurant and accommodation. It is the ideal location for those wishing a quiet break in the country.

All rooms are centrally heated and include:

En suite with a shower.
Heated towel rails.
Flat screen televisions.
Tea/coffee making facilities.

From the kitchen we like to keep things simple - homemade classics in a relaxed pub atmosphere using fresh locally sourced ingredients. Great fish and chips, steak pie, homemade beef burgers, seafood chowder and prime Scottish steaks feature regularly on the menu and depending on the season, we add specialties such as mussels, lobster, langoustines and a variety of fresh fish & game.

Although just 18 miles from Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh, this part of East Lothian has a distinct “away from it all’ feel, with nature reserves, sandy beaches and historic sites.

For more information please visit our website.

Rates: From £95 - £125 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Pets are welcome by arrangement.
Children are welcome.
Wi-Fi internet access.
Dinner available.
2 Star Visit Scotland.

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