Something for everyone
The beauty about a break in East Lothian, is that there is just so much to do here.
The area boasts an abundance of world class visitor attractions. Whether you are on holiday with the kids, enjoying a getaway with friends or are just looking for a relaxing break together, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Marvel at the world’s largest colony of gannets on the Bass Rock from the 5 star Seabird Centre or get up close to nature with a superb boat trip out on the Firth of Forth to the Rock and the iconic Forth Bridges. Enjoy a wonderful day out at East Links Family Park and explore the great outdoors in the John Muir Country Park, enjoy a supersonic experience at the National Museum of Flight and step back in time with a visit to the historic castles of Tantallon, Dirleton and Dunbar.
In an area famous for golf, there are too many courses to name! and for those looking for something a little more energetic, you could try some surfing lessons or visit Foxlake Adventures, Scotland’s first wakeboarding cable tow park. We recommend a day at the races at Musselburgh and don’t miss a visit and a wee dram at Glenkinchie Distillery.
Whatever time of year that you visit, there is something for everyone to enjoy in this special corner of Scotland.
Originally built in the 13th Century and added to in the 14th and 16th Century, now standing in ruins within beautiful gardens. With an Inn where you can stop for lunch or dinner, a village green and children’s park for picnics and the stunning St. Mary’s Kirk, you could easily while away the day in this quaint East Lothian village.
Set in the beautiful East Lothian Coastline is the areas premier trout fishery. Comprising 3 lochans, the Markle, Monastery and Kin totalling 10 acres. All ages and experience welcome. Fresh bait and rod hire available. Toilets, refreshments and tackle shop on-site.
National Museum of Flight
Head off on a journey of discovery at the former airfield. Explore the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day. Two transformed hangars filled with amazing aircraft with interactive exhibitions, supersonic experiences and acres of green grass and fresh air. you can explore the site on foot or jump aboard the Airfield Explorer and discover one of Europe’s best collections of aircraft.
North Berwick Law
North Berwick law is a conical hill which rises conspicuously from the surrounding landscape. Make it to the top and you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views of North Berwick and the surrounding countryside, and with the ruins of a signal station built in 1803 also there, there’s more than just scenery to climb for.
North Berwick Sports Centre
Within walking distance of the Park, the sports centre is an ideal bolt hole for a rainy day. With usual facilities including gym and sauna, relaxing after a hard days sightseeing is made easy.
Scottish Seabird Centre
Control the interactive live cameras to zoom in on the amazing wildlife on the islands including the Bass Rock and Isle of May. Bass Rock is the world’s largest colony of Northern gannets and BBC Countryfile Magazine’s Nature Reserve of the Year 2014/2015 and 2015/2016. The Isle of May is the biggest puffin colony on the East coast of Britain. Gift shop and Seabird Café, with East Lothian’s only seaside sun deck. Also seasonal boat trips, including the Forth Ferry to Anstruther.
Which is only a short distance from our park, sits atop a cliff overlooking the Bass Rock and dates back to 1358.While the castle stands partially in ruin, you can still climb to the top of the battlements or go down into the dungeons.
The Bass Rock
Boat trips around the Bass Rock & Craigleith can be arranged. Get closer to the rock’s inhabitants by arranging an island cruise. Telephone 01620 880770 for more information on cost and to reserve your seat!
We have been visiting this park for over 15 years first in our own campervan and over the years have used the wigwams, touring pitches and caravans. We always enjoy our stay here and will continue to visit in the future.
The site position is outstanding and the grounds are kept very well.
Lovely caravan and beautifully kept park.
Have been to this park for last 4 years. So good for what we & our friends want, hence our return visits.
We love Tantallon. It is a very clean, well maintained site in a beautiful setting. We have never been disappointed.
Great holiday, felt safe knowing the security man was walking around introduced himself to us with a handshake and treat for our lively puppy.
Great friendly welcome, great information re area, very visible security, fantastic views. Very clean shower blocks. Well maintained site we will be visiting again.
This is a beautiful park in a beautiful setting. It has a very relaxed atmosphere which encourages those who like to visit because of the many walks, the views, local history, etc.
Wonderful location and lovely experience.
Tantallon caravan park is a lovely place to stay. Although we stay out of season we have a great time. The park is ideally situated especially as there is a Tesco just down the road. The location is ideal for exploring north Berwick and Dunbar. We always have a fabulous time here. Be seeing you later in the year. A big thank you to the staff at Tantallon.
We were very impressed with site its staff and friendliness of other campers was great.
Lovely park with great views and excellent transport links to Edinburgh.