Ladieburn Cottage and Foursticks

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Building summary
Ladieburn Cottage.JPG
Name Ladieburn Cottage
Address High Street, Falkland
Postcode KY15 7BZ
Other names Hardie's Temperance Hotel
Scott Rob Hairdressing
Love Restored
Date c.1870
See map Map D (29)
OS grid ref NO 25355 07414
Latitude & longitude 56°15′12″N 3°12′23″W
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HES listing details[1]
Category: C
Reference / Date LB31273 / 01/12/1971
Address/Site Name Ladieburn Cottage, High Street

Circa 1870 2-storey and attic 4-window (2 bipartites) plain rubble with stugged dressings; slated, 2 canted dormers. Modern ground floor shop.

Statement of special interest

Group value only. Re-categorised as C(S) from B for Group (2006).

Ladieburn Cottage is a house and former hotel in Falkland High Street, rather large to be called a cottage.

The name is said to be taken from the "Lady Burn", which at one time flowed down the High Street.

The eastern side of the ground floor is a shop, now Foursticks, previously Love Restored, and before that Scott Robb Hairdressing,[2] and before that a grocer's.

Previous uses

Temperance hotel

Special features

The shop is now (2024) a picture framing shop called "Foursticks". It was previously "Love Restored" and was before that "Scott Robb Hairdressing". In the days of the Temperance Hotel it was a tea room.

Former residents

Further references

"Robert Nelles, the grocer had his shop where Scott Robb, the Hairdressing Salon of the past fifteen years, now stands."[3]

External links


  1. HES record for LB31273
  2. Google Streetview shows it as Scott Robb in 20009.
  3. "My Family" by Jean Small on Voices of Falkland.

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