Drem Farmhouse is a large Georgian house set in the picturesque conservation village of Drem, located in the heart of East Lothian, surrounded by golf courses, beaches and within easy reach of Edinburgh.
Drem Farmhouse has an ancient history. It was built next to what was once a medieval Chapel of the Knights Templar (the remains of which are still in the garden), and in later Georgian times it was extended to become a substantial house. It is surrounded by gardens and trees and is the family home of Hugh and Marlene Smith who welcome guests to stay for bed and breakfast. (evening meals available with advance notice). The house is comfortable and beautifully decorated through out with a dinning room , drawing room and a large sun room all over looking the extensive gardens.