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Main St,, Aberlady, EH32 0RE, United Kingdom – Show map
|Classic Double Room (1 Adult)|
|Superior Double or Twin Room|
|Superior Double Room (1 Adult)|
|Classic Double or Twin Room|
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Golf course (within 3 km)
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant (à la carte)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches, Express check-in/check-out, Luggage storage, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Ironing service, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying, Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
The Co-operative Foodstore (2.5miles)
Craigielaw Golf Club (1miles) Grace of India (0.1miles)
Fenton Barns Farmshop & Cafe (5.6miles)
Aberlady Bay (0.8miles)
14:00 - 22:00 hours
07:00 - 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a child's cot/crib.
One child under 12 years is charged GBP 30 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
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Based on 93 reviews
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Score from 63 reviews Very good
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Score from 98 reviews Superb
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Score from 186 reviews Good
Offering a pub and restaurant, The Pine Marten is located just 20 minutes' walk from central Dunbar. The property offers free WiFi and free onsite parking.
Score from 9 reviews Fabulous
very nice hotel, lots of old fashioned charm, room was very nice, staff were friendly and helpful. On site restaurant and bistro offer a wide variety of dishes at reasonable prices. Breakfast was delicious
nothing really, wifi was a bit shaky, but we're on holiday so nice to leave the phone or tablet for 1/2 an hour
Staff very friendly and great hosts Good bar Excellent location for golf cost Rooms comfortable Great breakfast
Rooms could do with a face lift
Everything! The location is beautiful, the hotel is warm and welcoming and in spite of being a restaurant and bar is very quiet and tranquil. The Ducks are kind and generous hosts. Janet who served breakfast was delightful.
Staff were very pleasant and helpful and food was excellent (both dinner and breakfast). Bed was comfortable and it was all scrupulously clean. I would recommend it.
Only negative was noise of TV from adjacent bedroom. Not a big problem since didn't continue very late or start terribly early.
promised sandwiches for early start 5-30 failed to arrive
The staff were all extremely polite and helpful. My card had been used fraudulently and blocked by my bank and the owners even offered to lend me money to see me through the w/e. Private parking and a mainline rail station not far away with a direct link to Edinburgh. Easy to find and location is only 5 mins walk from the coast.
The food on the menu was outstanding, but just a tad pricey. £6:60 for 3 x small scoops of homemade ice cream - costly even if it was very nice. Would rather of seen chips with the fish instead of fries - but that's just me.
Was made most welcome also all staff very helpful
Wine at dinner was a bit more expensive that what I would have expected - but was good quality
The Hotel is ideally situated for visiting customers in East Lothian. I especially like the friendly & efficient staff. The food is consistantly good. Will always stay here when in the area,& recommend.
Great food. They bend over backwards to make sure you are happy!
That one member of staff picked up on our disappointment and tried hard to compensate but- see red box. That the room was clean and comfortable, albeit dated.
That the same staff member didn't follow through with his offer to adjust the wine bill as part of the compensation. It would have been a small percentage of the total bill but a welcome gesture of goodwill. That no-one told us the Duck's restaurant which we were booked for was closed. Left no option for us to go elsewhere and had to eat mediocre food in Bistro. That the breakfast was poor- no fruit of any sort, lukewarm coffee, soggy white toast all perfunctorily presented. That neither the bath or shower functioned properly. That there was no wifi connection in our room. That the floors were VERY squeaky and doors noisy. That the whole place sorely needs some TLC That some staff lack basic customer care skills.
relaxed atmosphere friendly helpful staff
wi fi cover not too reliable menu in bistro could be more varied espec if staying there a few days
- People were outstanding - Downstairs facilities were very nice - Food was excellent - Wine and whiskey selection were as good as I have ever seen - Secure parking was a nice surprise
- Hotel room was not a good value for the price, it needs a serious décor/paint/furniture refreshment and especially the bathroom.
Very expensive for quite outdated room. Bathroom was straight out of the 70s and room was pretty small. Was served mouldy bread at breakfast and the apple juice had globules of something floating in it! Wasn't happy with the experience.
Breakfasts are outstanding but dinner (mine) was average at best
Staff went out of their way to accommodate our requirements
Starter good Rabbit excellent Wine and drinks all good Good cooked breakfast Lounge & restaurant area very comfortable and welcoming Owner and staff all very welcoming and helpful. We did enjoy our stay and it was just what the dr ordered for us both. I'd definitely go back on a price deal and eat at the brasserie.
I thought the meal was pricey for what it was and was not good value for money compared with say Malmaison, McDonald Hotels or Hilton hotels. My wife wasn't keen on the cod dish Choice on menu at restaurant very limited. Didn't like cold carrot puree with the rabbit (it just didn't go).
Stayed two nights with my husband. A pleasant environment - large lounge and dining area, well stocked bar with local real ale, many whiskies and even the local gin. The staff are fabulous, talking knowledgeably about gin, whisky and golf courses, and even being kind enough to post back to me an earring I had left in the room. The room was well appointed and clean. The bed was two singles link-zipped, so larger than a standard double bed, which was nice. Many of the guests seemed to be golfers, the area is known as the Golf Coast. Golfers are no trouble - they do not disco dance until 3am or get rowdy - though not great conversationalists unless you like to talk about golf courses. Had dinner one night in the bistro. The cullen skink was absolutely the best manifestation of this dish I have ever had, and my dessert was a very fancy creation indeed, with brandy snap layers and lime cream. Everything else was OK, but not remarkable.
I found the bed somewhat hard, but my husband said it was fine. Breakfast does not quite match the standard they seem to be aiming for. The ingredients seemed to be standard catering, and there was an odd variability between the full breakfast on the first day and the second. Also, while I have often been asked for an extra charge to add a cooked breakfast to a continental one, I have never been in a hotel (scottish or otherwise) that added a £6 charge to have porridge with your cooked breakfast.
Reasonably quick breakfast service. Nice village with excellent Indian restaurant.
Dated, non-chic shabby decor. Indifferent breakfast offering. Not very clean. Maze of corridors each with a different fusty smell.
Close to a nature reserve at the coast. Great food in the bistro.
Rooms were a bit worn-out and should be renovated: bathroom, windows.
Lot of character in Hotel. Food was first class & staff in restuarant, bar, reception very friendly and helpful.
Staff good and the meals were excellent
Bed just a bit hard
Excellent food and a very we'll stocked bar
Friendliness of staff Good meals Excellent bar (good draft beer and fine range of whisky)
Small room, outdated bathroom. Hot at night and we didn't know how to keep window open (asked staff the next day)
The hotel is of traditional build which adds character and homeliness. The owners and staff were very approachable and friendly and we enjoyed relaxing in the bar/sitting area.
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