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The challenge of playing on one of the world's best links courses attracts a large number of keen golfers to Gullane, home to the highly acclaimed Muirfield Golf Club. The attractive village lies right on the east coast of Scotland, some 20 miles from the centre of Edinburgh. Whether you're planning to visit specifically to play golf, or intend to make the most of the area's spectacular natural beauty and nearby attractions, you'll find plenty of Gullane hotels to choose from right here on the website.
Muirfield lies to the north-east of the village and is the home course of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers. It has hosted The Open Championship tournament on a total of 16 occasions. Players are attracted to the 18-hole course thanks to its majestic coastal location, rich history and, of course, the quality of golf on offer. It is however one of a large number of courses in the area, each spectacular in its own right. Gullane Golf Club, Luffness New Golf Club, Craigielaw Golf Club and Archerfield Links are all close by.
For non-golfers, the village and local area still has much to offer. Gullane Beach is a wonderful sandy expanse offering sublime views across the Firth of Forth. It's especially popular with families and gets used by locals and visitors for a wide variety of activities including sunbathing, windsurfing and kite boarding.
Dirleton Castle and gardens is set two miles to the east of the village of Gullane and is certainly worth visiting. The castle dates back to the 13th century and for the first 400 years of its life served as the residence of three noble families. Be sure to view the fragrant herbaceous borders in the grounds.
Myreton Motor Museum founded in 1966 is home to an outstanding collection of vehicles and bicycles dating back to 1899. A 20-minute drive from Gullane is the National Museum of Flight Scotland, at East Fortune Airfield. Learn about the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day and take a close look at Scotland's Concorde, Golf-Bravo Oscar Alpha Alpha, which now resides in one of the museum's hangars.
Eating and drinking
The Old Clubhouse is a favourite with golfers who have just completed a round at one of the area's courses. You'll find good food, an excellent wine list and a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Pick up a light lunch or a drink at The Village Coffee House, or perhaps try some fine dining at La Potinière, highly regarded for its fresh, seasonal produce and relaxed atmosphere.
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