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Lodge at Craigielaw & Golf Course

Craigielaw Golf Club, Craigielaw, Aberlady, East Lothian, EH320PY., UK
Lodge at Craigielaw & Golf Course Lodge at Craigielaw & Golf Course 01875 870803 Craigielaw Golf Club Craigielaw Aberlady
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  • Free Wifi
  • Accessible Rooms
  • Private Car Park
  • On Site Golf

With an 18-hole championship links course, fantastic practice facilities, a bar and a restaurant with stunning views of the course you may never need to venture from The Lodge at Craigielaw

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Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
  • Accessible Rooms
  • Private Car Park
  • On Site Golf

Number of Bedrooms: 25

Parking Spaces: 40

Steps into Hotel: 0

Check In Time: 2pm

Check Out Time: 10:30am

The Lodge at Craigielaw Golf Club is situated 30 minutes from Edinburgh’s city centre on the beautiful East Lothian coastline, just northwest of Aberlady village (1/2 a mile from the village) on the southeast coast of Scotland. The Lodge Hotel is also within easy access to many great golf courses such as Muirfield, Gullane and North Berwick.

This 4-star hotel near Aberlady boasts 25 well-appointed rooms. Half of the bedrooms enjoy views across the course to the River Forth, Gullane Golf Courses and the Kingdom of Fife, whilst the other half is more quiet and secluded with views across a decorative courtyard.

All are welcome to enjoy the freshly prepared food at Craigielaw. Using the finest local and seasonal produce, the Restaurant at Craigielaw offers guests a varied and delicious menu with stunning views and friendly service.

The Lodge at Craigielaw Golf Club near Aberlady offers late deals and special offers throughout the year.



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tick Tea/Coffee
tick Iron/Board
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Telephone
tick Cots Supplied
tick Ground Floor Rooms
tick Wifi
tick Family Room for 3

Each room is designed with the golfer in mind. Bright and airy, the bedrooms look over the golf course and a decorative courtyard.

The spacious rooms are well equipped with flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and tea and coffee-making facilities as well as generous en-suites.

Family rooms are available and cots can be provided on request.

Bar & Restaurant

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tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

Dine in the bar and restaurant which offers the finest locally and seasonally produced food alongside an extensive range of whiskies, wine and beer.

Serve breakfast from 7.30 am, Lunch and Dinner until 8 pm and our bar is open to non-residents until 11 pm.

Perfect for a bacon roll before hitting the golf course, having a coffee and catching up with friends, lunch with family or a delicious evening meal, Craigielaw restaurant and bar offers something for everyone.

Sample Restaurant Menu

The Courtyard at Craigielaw is the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon with friends. Let the kids run around and even bring the dog while you enjoy eating al-fresco in the sun-drenched courtyard.

The Bar at Craigielaw offers an extensive range of local beers, wine and rare whiskies - including the award-winning Wemyss Malts.

The Bar at Craigielaw also serves tea, coffee and home baking throughout the day.

Location & Directions

Directions to the Lodge at Craigielaw in Aberlady

Travelling south from Edinburgh:
Head south on the A1 city bypass and follow signs for Berwick upon Tweed. Look out for the Bankton Junction south of Musselburgh branching left off the A1. Then at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A198 (signposted North Berwick). At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A198 heading for North Berwick. After entering Longniddry on the A198 bear left the following signs for Aberlady and Gullane on the A198. At the T-Junction turn right (still on the A198). And from this junction, the Craigielaw entrance lies less than 2 miles on the left-hand side (1/2 a mile before Aberlady village).

Distance and time:
Edinburgh city centre to Craigielaw is 18 miles/29 km and takes 40 minutes depending on traffic.

Travelling north from Newcastle:
Heading north on the A1 look for the Abbotsview Junction (signposted for Haddington) – take the exit. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit signposted Aberlady A6137. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A6137 (signposted Aberlady). At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit, again signposted Aberlady. And less than 1 ½ mile you come to a 90-degree right-hand bend – turn left here heading into the village of Aberlady. Follow the road until you get to a junction and the main street – turn left here and drive out of the village. Craigielaw is ½ mile out of the village – the entrance being the 3rd road on your right.

Distance and time:
Newcastle city centre to Craigielaw is 105 miles/170 km and takes 2 hours depending on traffic.
Glasgow to Craigielaw: 62 miles/100km and normally takes 1 hour and 10 minutes.
Manchester to Craigielaw: 230 miles/370 km and normally takes 4 hours.

By train and bus:
You can get a train from Edinburgh Waverley to North Berwick or Longniddry. From North Berwick, you could get a bus that passes our road entrance. From Longniddry your best option is a taxi.

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Things to See and Do
tick Walking
tick Cycling
tick Horse Racing
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Wildlife Watching
tick Climbing

East Lothian has rightly been called Scotland’s Golf Coast and is one of the best regions for golf in Scotland, with 22 courses offering choices to golfers of all standards and tastes. Craigielaw, Whitekirk, The Glen, Dunbar, North Berwick, Kilspindie, Longniddry, Haddington, Gullane and The Open Championship course at Muirfield are some course names you may recognise.

The coastal A198 route provides easy access for visitors and short journeys between courses. With its own micro-climate East Lothian’s courses are open all year long with most playing the full course in the winter with little or no restrictions to play.

For Non-golfers there is so much to see and do in the area whatever the weather with historical sites, wildlife sanctuaries, taking in the beautiful scenery and sampling some of the fantastic food and drink the county has to offer.

For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide.

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