Lovely Converted Farm Steading (former grain store), near Edinburgh & East Lothian Golf courses

Lovely Converted Farm Steading (former grain store), near Edinburgh & East Lothian Golf courses

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

To enjoy your stay here A CAR IS ESSENTIAL SO IF YOU ARE NOT DRIVING HERE YOU NEED TO HIRE ONE FOR YOUR STAY, however, you can get the train to Edinburgh from our local station in Dunbar, 5 miles away. There is an hourly bus service from here (100 meters away) into Dunbar and Edinburgh, approx 1 hour).

Our home is a lovely, light and warm farm steading conversion of a former grain store completed in 2008. With three feet thick walls and lovely warm red sandstone exterior. The lounge, dinning, kitchen area is full of light with double patio doors to the South letting in lots of light and warmth. We have a lovely double bedroom with a super kingsize bed and a lovely walk in shower room next door. The second bedroom is used as an office but does have a big and comfortable double divan settee that converts into a double bed.

The South facing patio area get the sun most of the day and is great for alfresco dining and just sitting and relaxing. Private parking for two cars is provided next to the patio completing a charming, comfortable home only 5 minutes from the beach.

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Who we are

  1. We are Fiona and Norman, with two adult daughters neither now living at home. Norman has now retired as CEO from a Cancer research charity and Fiona works in education for another medical charity. We love to travel, sometimes depending on the destination with our small dog Baxter if possible, and regard ourselves very much as Europeans and are both francophiles! So anywhere in France is of interest to us especially Provence as are European Citites generally. We enjoy experiencing the cultures of the places we visit and we love great scenery and food ! and love to be near the Sea . Following these very succesful and enjoyable forays into the world of house swap we are very excited by the prospect of visiting more new places and making more new friends! To date we have enjoyed four house swaps to Banff in Alberta which was outstandingly successful and to Barcelona which was equally good! more recently we have been to Normandy for a family holiday and we have had a week in Oxford and last year in Northern Ireland . All have been a great experience and we are keen to arrange more.

    We have also exchanging with a family from Gozo so I could do some diving, something I would love to do elsewhere as well.

    We are also interested in city break for long weekends. Just back from a great Exchange in Ireland

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

Innerwick is a charming small village only one mile from the main A1 trunk road running from Edinburgh to Newcastle. We are only five minutes from Thorntonloch beach in one direction and Dunbar fishing port in the other direction. Dunbar has all the local amenities needed together with restaurants and tea shops and lovely gift shops to explore.
The road stretches from Musselburgh to Dunbar in East Lothian and incorporates 22 top-class golf courses along its 30 mile length, including the 2013 Open Championship venue; Muirfield.

Edinburgh and all it has to offer is only 40 minutes away, as is the Airport (1 HOUR). The John Muir Coastal Path is minutes away and numerous beaches for swimming (the North Sea is cold so bring a wet suit) and surfing are nearby. Cycling, horse ridding, walking and golf are all available in the locally as well are adventure parks for children and the Sea Bird Centre in North Berwick. Also in the area is

Best restaurants
Crown & Kitchen (East Linton), Falko (Haddington), Martin Wisharts (Edinburgh)
Favourite cafés
The Store (Near Dunbar), The Barn at Beal (Near Holy Island)
Where to go shopping
Edinburgh, Haddington, North Berwick, Berwick upon Tweed
Your area's cultural and historical landmarks
Tantallon and Dirleton Castles, together with a Car and a flight museum (they have a Concord on display).
Local walks
The John Muir Way is nearby and lots of local beaches
Places you love to exercise
The Beach
Top day trips
North Berwick, Haddington, National Museum of Flight, Edinburgh, Holy Island, Berwick upon Tweed city walls, North Berwick Seabird Centre and boat trips to the Bass Rock.

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