History

Templelands - Ionic ColumnsTemplelands includes 2 listed Georgian town houses in the old market town of Dunbar, East Lothian, within easy striking distance of the picturesque North Berwick, Haddington and East Linton. Edinburgh is a 25 minute train journey.

Most recently Templelands was the home of the late ceramicist Margery Clinton, who lived and worked on the premises of number 2 for around 10 years. The potter Philip Revell lives and works from number 1. Now, Ruth & Philip are offering self catering accommodation holiday lets at number 2 Templelands.

Templelands comprises of a terrace of two symmetrical, two-storey-and-basement houses. Each house has three bays. The building has an ashlar front, rubble basement and rear, and rusticated quoins, and other decorative features. The central doorways have Ionic surrounds, panelled doors, and plate glass fanlights. [cited from Wikipedia]

The building was listed at Category B in 1971.