The Leveret is a ground floor, Victorian one-bedroomed apartment in the heart of Aberlady. It has recently been refurbished to a high standard with a new kitchen and appliances, central heating system, shower, wood burning stove and decoration throughout.
The bedroom sleeps two in either a king size or two single beds. There is also a comfortable double sofa bed in the sitting room which can be made up on request. Freshly laundered, Egyptian cotton sheets, and bedding are supplied.
There is a separate well-appointed kitchen with an oven, hob, fridge with freezer box, microwave and washer dryer (in cupboard). Tea, coffee, sugar and a pint of fresh milk are provided. We love baking and there will be a home-made treat for you to enjoy with your tea and coffee when you arrive.
The sitting/dining room has a comfortable two seater sofa bed, two chairs, a fold out dining table seating four, an LCD digital TV with DVD player, free wifi and a wood-burning stove which can be lit prior to your arrival. Logs, kindling and firelighters are provided for the stove (winter months only).
The shower room offers a new shower, heated towel rail, hair dryer and shaver point. Fluffy, white towels are provided for all guests.
Guests at The Leveret will have access to a seating area in our shared back garden. It is a peaceful spot where you can relax in the evening sun after a busy day.
Bikes and pushchairs can be stored in the vennel although please note this is not locked. There is cupboard within the apartment where you can store golf clubs. There is on-street parking outside the apartment.
The apartment is non-smoking and no pets are allowed. A cot and highchair are available on request.
Aberlady is a picturesque, conservation village on the East Lothian coast with a quaint high street and sea views over Aberlady Bay, across the Firth of Forth to the hills of Fife.
The local Indian restaurant provides delicious food and a very warm welcome. A more traditional, Scottish meal can be found in the Old Aberlady Inn which also offers guest ales, a roaring fire in winter, and a sunny beer garden in summer. Other amenities include a post office, well-stocked village shop and Ducks at Kilspindie House - a bar, hotel and restaurant. We also recommend that you visit the Bothy on the outskirts of the village where you will find a farm shop with local produce, an award-winning butchers and a cafe.
Aberlady has two golf courses, Kilspindie and Craigielaw, the latter having a golf shop and bar/restaurant. It is part of Scotland's golf coast which boasts 22 golf courses from Musselburgh to Dunbar, catering for all levels of golfer.
There are buses every 30 minutes between Edinburgh and North Berwick with a large number of stops in between. It takes an hour to reach Edinburgh by bus and 20 minutes to reach North Berwick. Our nearest train station is 3 miles away in Longniddry. Trains run hourly into Edinburgh and take 20 minutes.