Letham House

Historic Guest Accommodation in Haddington, Lothian

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Letham House
Haddington
Lothian
Scotland
EH41 3SS

Letham House, Haddington

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Nestled at the foot of a secluded rhododendron-lined drive on the outskirts of Haddington in East Lothian is Letham House. Only 16 miles from Edinburgh, this restored 17th century mansion boasts exceptional accommodation and dining in a magical setting.All of the individually designed suites enjoy south facing views over mature gardens and grounds, while sumptuous fabrics, roaring fires and beautiful antiques evoke a sense of luxury and indulgence.Letham offers privacy and tranquility in majestic surroundings and can be enjoyed exclusively for private parties,or by individuals looking to escape for a few days.

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