The Pavilion at Lamb's House
Lamb’s Pavilion is the creation of acclaimed conservation architect Nick Groves-Raines and Icelandic architect and painter, Kristin Hannesdottir, which sits adjacent from their family home, the restored 17th Century, A listed Lamb’s House. Following the restoration of the historic house, Nick and Kristin created their dream neo-Georgian style pavilion complete with an ogee roof and Renaissance inspired garden, embracing architectural heritage and contemporary living in perfect harmony. This romantic little house has been designed with meticulous detail, with the antique interiors reflecting the period of the main house combined with a Scandinavian influence of calming colours and simple, relaxed living. In true Scandinavian style the house has been designed upside down with the living areas on the top floor and bedrooms on the middle and ground levels. The house is beautifully finished and yet unfussy. It reflects a true touch of luxury and comfort, from the under floor heating, careful consideration given to the beds, linen and other furnishings and you will be always welcomed to an open fire, tea, coffee and fruit and on occasions a nice bottle of wine. This little undiscovered property is located in the buzzing cultural hub of Leith, right on The Shore surrounded by a number of Michelin Star restaurants, farmers’ markets, artisan providers and creative exhibition and design spaces. It is so incredibly rare to get a property like this in Edinburgh - this place really would be a very special experience indeed. A Chic Scotland Fave!