Holiday homes & accommodation in North Berwick
Known for its beautiful beaches and coastal walks, North Berwick is a sight to behold. Home to the award-winning Scottish Seabird Centre and National Museum of Flight, North Berwick in the Scottish Borders offers an in-depth and fascinating history as well as popular attractions, suitable for the whole family. Our north Berwick cottages and self catering holiday lets offer lovely bases to leave and return to after days out exploring.
Situated between Tantallon and Dirleton Castle, North Berwick has some of the most spectacular landscapes including The Bass Rock, described by Sir David Attenborough as ‘one of the 12 wildlife wonders of the world.' The Bass Rock is the home to 150,000+ gannets making it the largest colony on the planet. Birdwatchers can also keep an eye for guillemots, shags and razorbills. Seals also use the lower rocks as a haul-out spot. It’s an active volcano but hasn’t erupted in thousands of years. Dine on freshly caught seafood in coastal restaurants, grab fish and chips and sit on the pier or visit the local tavern for some hearty pub grub. Whatever you are looking for, North Berwick is sure to have it.
You can enjoy a day trip to Edinburgh as it is 24 miles away (less than an hour’s drive). For more options explore our Edinburgh cottages and Scottish Border cottages. Stay in North Berwick holiday homes for a wild coastal break – it’s perfect for an escape to the coast but also close enough to Edinburgh for history, culture and evening entertainment. Book your self-catering holiday and stay in our North Berwick accommodation to enjoy a holiday of a life time. Enjoy browsing this collection of self-catering holiday lets and for more ideas view our Scotland cottages.
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