When you book Greywalls, you and your guests can enjoy the use of one of Scotland’s most charming and intimate country houses. Greywalls was built in 1901 as an elegant holiday home for a dedicated golfer. Designed by Lutyens, the house exudes Edwardian style, now complemented by a high standard of modern facilities. Enjoy the seclusion and distinctive atmosphere of this unique property. Linger over a drink on the lawn overlooking the 18th green of Muirfield. Stroll through the tranquil gardens. Dine with more views of the golf course. Relax in the understated comfort of our lounges and library. Retire to individually designed bedrooms.
Each bedroom at Greywalls is unique, with its own décor and antique furnishings.
Greywalls provides facilities that match those of many hotels with TV, phone and ensuite bathroom for each of the rooms.
We have 23 bedrooms which are comprised of:
- 1 Premium Spa Double Room
- 11 Large Rooms
- 1 Small Double Room
- 4 Large Cottage Double Rooms*
- 2 Small Cottage Double Rooms*
(*Please note these are not connected to the main House and are located 100 yards from the main house)
- 4 Single Bedded Caddy Closet Rooms
Most rooms enjoy uninterrupted views either over Muirfield and the Firth of Forth, or over the gardens and the gentle rolling farmland to the Lammermuir Hills.
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Elegant Dining rooms
Overlooking the 10th tee at Muirfield championship golf course our Main Dining Room at Greywalls has provided the setting for many famous and memorable dinners. The room is light and airy and will comfortably seat 20-50 people. The Original Dining Room is a smaller more intimate space, ideal for seating up to 20. It shares the same stunning views as the main dining room. The Sun Room is charming and spacious, and can be set for lunches and dinners for up to 40 people. It has a more relaxed atmosphere than the main dining rooms and a great deal of flexibility about how you choose to use it. Larger events at Greywalls can be accommodated with a marquee in our beautiful gardens.
Flexible Public Rooms
The ground floor of the house has elegant, inter-connecting public rooms with a surprising amount of flexibility. The main hallway provides a beautiful space for drinks receptions, with the distinctive architecture echoing the external lines of the house and gardens. The library provides a comfortable area ideal for relaxing after business or pleasure and a cosy bar is the perfect place to unwind late into the evening.