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Discover and enjoy the best of local food when you visit Gullane.
Gullane is one of East Lothian’s many coastal villages and offers everything from golf to watersports, beaches to award-winning food.
Gullane is a must for any food lovers visiting our region.
With the first Gullane Food and Drink Festival taking place in 2022, this village is a must for any food lovers visiting our region.
Read on to find out what’s in store when you book a Gullane holiday let with Lettings of Distinction.
There are plenty of opportunities to support local businesses during your holiday in Gullane and enjoy fantastic food at the same time.
Goose on the Green is a local café, cooking up homemade treats such as freshly baked loaves and chocolate brownies.
A 30-minute drive along the coast in Dunbar you will also find Belhaven Fruit Farm, ideal for a family ‘pick your own’ experience.
The team at Belhaven constantly work to improve the quality of their produce, which is grown in one of the sunniest regions in the UK.
A little closer to Gullane you will find another wonderful seaside town, North Berwick, which also has local produce on offer in their many independent eateries.
Primrose Cottage is a two-bedroom period holiday cottage located on Goose Green, Gullane.
With a view of the green to the front and a private, walled courtyard garden to the rear, this is the ideal base for exploring Gullane’s local delicacies.
For a small town with a population of under 3,000, Gullane is making its mark in the world of cuisine.
The Main Street of Gullane boasts two Michellin Star restaurants, The Bonnie Badger and La Potiniére, which are just moments away from our Gullane properties.
The Bonnie Badger, together with Wee Folk of the Woods, offer foraging workshops discovering delectable pleasures in East Lothian followed by a 3-course meal inspired by your discoveries.
The Bonnie Badger, one of Tom Kitchin’s restaurants, holds the Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand 2022 and 5 AA Gold Stars. They provide afternoon teas, seasonal grills, bar classics and a la carte menus to suit every palate.
La Potinière sources ingredients locally and nationally as well as utilising the produce grown in the restaurant’s very own garden.
Owned by award-winning chefs Keith Marley and Mary Runciman, this restaurant has worked hard to earn its excellent reputation.
For a taste of golfing history when dining in Gullane, there is The Old Clubhouse. This historic building was built in 1890 for the members of the original Gullane Golf Club.
Nowadays it is home to a restaurant providing tasty pub food with a twist. It still holds strong ties to the local golfing community, with golfing and historical memorabilia adorning the walls.
For a further taste of traditional pub food, take a trip to Haddington, a historical market town on the River Tyne.
Feeling inspired to explore more? Ask us about Lindisfarne, a spectacular Victorian villa sleeping up to 16 guests, just a 10-minute walk from both Bonnie Badger and La Potinière.
If it's an afternoon tea that you're craving, then look no further than Chez Roux Restaurant for scones, delicacies and delectable treats.
Nestled within the architectural delight of the Greywalls Hotel, following your meal you can enjoy a stroll through the 6-acre formal walled garden, created in 1901.
With views over Muirfield, one of Scotland's top golf courses, you can enjoy the best of Scotland's beauty from this historical venue.
Located just down the coast in Aberlady, Cockleshell Cottage provides the opportunity to explore Gullane’s food scene.
This two-bedroom holiday rental offers a sheltered, courtyard patio as well as an open kitchen for your self-catering trip.
Stay with Lettings of Distinction and enjoy exploring Gullane’s food scene for yourself.