"Nice hotel with good proximity to the center of No"
We stayed overnight and it was a pleasant stay, although it has been raining on both days. The hotel has a good size swimming pool and other spa facilities which is great if you're there on a rainy day as were we.
From the moment we entered we were warmly welcomed and cossetted. Staff were excellent, polite and attentive even though there was a wedding on we did not feel marginalised or less important. Fine meal in the evening though menu limited - presumably as they are more of an event hotel rather than running a restaurant in a traditional style hotel. Breakfast though plentiful was buffet style with the downside of the food not being piping hot. only negative comment room wise was the cam ceiling - I could negotiate past the bottom of the bed if I leant over, at 5ft 4in , but not so convenient for hubby or anyone taller. Would still recommend and will return next time we are in the area.
Anniepolanski from Manchester
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Heard a lot of good reports of Greywalls, and my first experience did not let me down.
There was a problem when we arrived as the hotel did not have our Expedia booking, fortunately I had a copy on my blackberry. The manager promptly arranged for a glass of champagne for the mix up and put as into the holiday mood right away.
Everything was great: hotel, staff, food and the weather!
The only point to note that the main restaurant was in the middle of being decorated whilst we were staying, but we had the use of their 3 remaining dining rooms, not a problem.
Overall our stay was ok but we were consistently made to feel as though we were outsiders as we don't golf. Small things like being given a table that wasn't convenient to eat at as the others were reserved for the golfers. Being seated at the table that didn't have flowers on it. It seemed as though it was a signal to the staff that we weren't part of "the group". Since we are both in our sixties and certainly fit in with the majority of the golfer age group it was almost like being back in junior high school and not being a part of the popular kids. Not something I would want to repeat and certainly have never felt at other hotels or B&Bs. The actual building was lovely with almost a North American feel regarding lots of space. We had a walk in shower and the towels were fresh and fluffy. The food was mediocre. I tried the Scottish potato scone and couldn't eat it as it was very greasy. They did have nice stewed prunes. We enjoyed the proximity to some lovely sandy beaches, but we had to find out about local points of interest on our own.
Traveller from Calgary, Canada
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We had the triple room although only two of us. It was a good size and very nicely decorated in modern style. Particularly taken with the little carafe of sherry to welcome us. The shower was larger than the usual which made a welcome change. Bed very comfortable.
once inside there are a surprising number of areas for bar and dining. We ate in the conservatory at night but on a warmer evening there is a beer garden which is quite private. The meal was very good and service excellent.
"Excellent food in an otherwise moderate establishm"
Stayed here on a brief stop-over on the way to a wedding.
The first reaction was very much 'where's Basil?' - and the expensive bar should be staffed by folk who care about matters other than their friends. But, the evening meal and breakfast more than made up for these glitches and I guess that the key point point is 'yes', I would stay there again - if I ever needed to return to Dunbar.
This is a charming, lovely inn with a warm and attentive staff. We stayed for one night and could not have been happier. The room was cozy, well decorated and pleasant. Our room was in the rear, on the top floor, so it was very quiet. It was perfect for the two of us.
Prosperous agricultural East Lothian lies due east of the capital. Haddington, the county town, is rich and handsome, and due south the Lammermuir Hills are home to some charming villages. North Berwick, a genteel Victorian-Edwardian resort half an hour by rail from Edinburgh, looks onto Bass Rock, home to over 100,000 seabirds. Gullane ('Gillin') houses the Muirfield golf course, while nearby Musselburgh is the region's busiest racecourse.
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