The Pavilion is a newly-built, self-contained 3-storey house, sitting within the curtilage of Lamb's House in Leith. It has been built in the style of the early 18th century with particular attention to detail, including an eye-catching "ogee" roof. Inside, furniture and fittings are of a quality and style to match.
The Pavilion is the creation of Nick Groves-Raines and Kristin Hannesdottir. Having restored the early 17th Century Lamb’s House and built the new office extension in the style of the late 17th Century, the Pavilion is the last building on the site to be completed.
A Beautiful Setting
Leith is located to the north of Edinburgh on the shore of the Firth of Forth and served as the city's port for hundreds of years. It was once a hub of manufacturing and commercial activity, including whaling, shipbuilding and Scotland's largest leadworks. Today, Leith is known as a vibrant district of Edinburgh, where some of the city's best restaurants have replaced the old traditional industries. The much-acclaimed and Michelin-starred Martin Wishart is 70 metres from The Pavilion.