Leuchie House grounds

Leuchie House grounds

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Enabling tech

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Self-catering

Self-catering

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Short breaks with expert care for people with MS & other long term conditions.

Latest news from the house

Latest news from the house

Leuchie guests join research discussion with Robotarium project.

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The impact will be felt for a long time. It's been a lifesaver for me.

Start planning your Leuchie break

Start planning your Leuchie break

Find out all you need to know about what’s included, our expert care, how to book, funding support and much more

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I can say, hand on heart, the wonderful team at Leuchie have been there for me when no one else was.

About Leuchie House

About Leuchie House

Find out more about what we do, who we are, and the impact Leuchie has on the lives of people with neurological conditions and their families.

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Lovely place, lovely grounds, lovely people. There's nowhere like Leuchie.

Support Us

Support Us

There are so many ways you can support Leuchie. You can make a donation, join us at one of our exciting events throughout the year, encourage your employer to be sponsor or even organise your own fundraising event! Some may choose to give the 'gift of time' by volunteering for Leuchie or joining our Board of Trustees.

Get involved

We can’t get over the help and kindness shown to us both during our stay here.

Join the team!

Join the team!

Working for Leuchie means you will be working for an award-winning charity in the social healthcare sector, whose purpose is to provide essential respite breaks for people living with long-term neurological conditions and their families.

Current vacancies

There's always something to look forward to and to look back happily on.

Doddie Weir House

Doddie Weir House

Introducing the latest addition to our respite services. Doddie Weir House (formerly Denis Duncan House) is our self-catering, fully accessible holiday cottage in Dirleton and we're taking bookings for 2023 now!

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At Doddie Weir House we mostly just used the shower supports, but for people with less mobility there was everything possible to use.

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