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Introducing Drylaw House, Edinburgh
Driving through the outskirts of Edinburgh you turn into a gated driveway and as you make your way around the corner you will discover the Grade A listed building.
Built in 1718 as a replacement for Old Drylaw House, which is now a ruin in the grounds, the newer property is a beautifully symmetrical mansion, with the back as impressive as the front.
The entrance hall has is dominated by a dramatic sweeping staircase and cupula, whilst the main drawing room has views of both front and rear garden.
The dining room has double doors leading straight onto the rear lawn. All this and just a few miles from the centre of Edinburgh, so if you can't decide between a country weekend away or a city break chose Drylaw and have the best of both worlds.
Enjoy a BBQ or game of croquet in the beautiful gardens or relax in the hot tub with a glass of bubbles after a busy day of sightseeing or shopping.
The house is ideal for anyone wanting to explore Edinburgh, being just 10 minutes in a car or a taxi from the city centre, or alternatively you can hop on a bus at the end of the drive.
You can head into town and take advantage of Edinburgh's vibrant night life one evening, or simply stay put and relax whilst the talented chef, Mark Heirs, whips up some gourmet delights for dinner (the services of the chef are at a supplement and subject to availability)
Drylaw House is extremely spacious, with two TV rooms and two kitchens; there are plenty of places to escape for some quiet time, with a good book and a G&T.
The house lends itself to all occasions, family holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, wellbeing retreats and corporate away days.
House Parties has reduced the price of week-long stays throughout July by 10%, with a seven-night stay now costing £6277 or around £299 per person when fully occupied by 21 people.
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Call 01242 285 755 (www.house-parties.com).
Mick Thompson, Travel Dog PR