Discover East Lothian
East Lothian stretches Eastwards out along the Firth of Forth to North Berwick (a beautiful sea-side town that was once very fashionable with the rich and famous). Wonderful and ancient Golf courses abound everywhere. The area is served by a regular train service from Edinburgh to North Berwick which is much recommended for those who value the wonderful air quality and beautiful views, while the famous Bass Rock (the best place in Scotland to see gannets), The Law (a volcanic outcrop that dominates the town) and Tantallon Castle are spectacular attractions.
Culdearn is a beautiful country house in Grantown on Spey situated in the heart of Speyside in the Cairngorm National Park. Ideal for whisky distilleries and castle visits.
Kildonan Lodge Hotel
Edinburgh City Centre
Located close to the city centre, this 4 star small accomodation has a passion for ensuring their guests have a relaxing comfortable stay.
Lynnfield Hotel & Restaurant
The Lynnfield in St Ola is a small country-house hotel, looking northwards over Orkney’s capital, to Kirkwall Bay and the north isles beyond.
The Salen Hotel is a privately owned Highland Hotel providing beautiful accommodation, lovely food and a warm welcome.
Herrislea House Hotel
Stay at Herrislea House Hotel & you can enjoy the fresh, rugged landscape, blaze your own trail and explore our heritage. In summer there is no darkness, you never need to stop!
Doune is a small hotel on the western tip of the Knoydart peninsula. The ideal base to explore this beautiful part of Scotland. Leave by boat from Mallaig to start your adventure.
Things to do in East Lothian
Luffness Golf Club
Located in the center of the famous golf country on the East Lothian coastline. Luffness New Golf Club was established in 1894 and was designed by Old Tom Morris to provide challenging and enjoyable golf in a historic environment.
North Berwick Law
It is impossible to complete a visit to North Berwick without climbing the top of Berwick Law and enjoying East Lothian's panoramic views and surrounding areas.
Dunbar Town House Museum
Since the 16th century, the Dunbar Town house has focused on town life. It is characterized by its unique witch hat tower and clock, clock, and sundial. The building is located on the ground floor. It houses a museum and gallery, houses ever-changing history and art exhibitions, and a local history exhibition area and research room managed by Dunbar and District History Society.
John Muir’s Birthplace
John Muir's Birthplace is located in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland. It is a museum operated by the East Lothian Council Museums Service. It is Research and interpretation of the work of the Scottish-American environmentalist John Muir.
East Links Family Park
East Links Family Park is an family attraction that provides a train safari park where you can feed farm animals, pony rides, and small animals.
John Muir Country Park
John Muir Country Park is located on the beautiful coastline. It can be enjoyed by families and natural history lovers who enjoy outdoor activities. It supports a wide range of wild habitats, birds and plants.
Amisfield Walled Garden
Amishfield Walled Garden is located in the suburb of Haddington, East Lothian.
Hailes Castle is a free castle maintained by historic Scotland and is located in a charming attraction near the A1 road 20 miles from Edinburgh.
John Muir Alpacas
John Muir Alpacas offer daily alpaca treks, kids' mornings, and alpaca picnics! Based on a beautiful section of coastline with breathtaking scenery, stroll alongside these amazing animals and picnic in giant tipi tents!
Visit the ancestral home of the Dalrymple family, taking in beauty the 17th-century Palladian villa and the surrounding grounds of Newhailes.
Dirleton Castle and Garden
Dirleton Castle is a medieval castle dating back to the 13th century, located in the village of Dirleton in the East Lothian region of Scotland. It sits on rocky earth in the center of the rich farmland of the former Barony of Dirleton.
Seacliff includes beaches, real estate, and seaports. It is placed 4 miles (6 kilometers) east of Berwick, north of East Lothian, Scotland.