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Highlights in East Lothian
- Great depth and quality Golf courses
- Wonderful beaches for water sports
- Incredible and spectacular wildlife
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Glamping in East Lothian
You are in the ideal destination to discover its wonderful coasts, spectacular wildlife and incredible trails to explore. Holidu offers you glamping on the shores of the impressive beaches of the site. If you prefer something more special, more exclusive, there are high-level houses in quiet areas in the heart of the wonderful countryside with views of the fabulous golf courses of this place.Cosy and comfortable properties with large spaces, contemporary style and beautifully furnished
Relax in all the glamour after a great day of hiking, biking, or exploring. Enjoy facilities such as a pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, and gym. Watch the sun go down from a terrace, sunny private patio, beautiful gardens, or next to the fireplace. Some properties even offer refreshments and welcome baskets with local products and much more. Ideal accommodations for groups of friends, couples, and families.
Travellers and activities
You will find the best golf courses in East Lothian in North Berwick, where you can enjoy great golf events for amateurs that are held here. Moreover, lovers of water sports have a wide space in these lands, sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, surfing and fishing are among the most popular. Without forgetting to name the navigation that is another of the great tourist attractions of the place.East Lothian for outdoor activities lovers
The countryside and the coast are the best gems that this place offers you. Explore the majestic John Muir Coastal Path, on foot or by bike; stretching from Dunbar (east) to Helensburgh (west). It is 134 miles (ca. 216 km) to go. If you like challenges, come to the Lammermuir hills and discover the highest point in the area. Tour the award-winning beaches here, with their wildlife and adventures. Visit Bass Rock and realize its charm.
„John Muir was born in Dunbar- East Lothian. He was a prominent explorer, mountaineer, conservationist, botanist, amateur geologist, and writer. Even when he emigrated to the USA very young, his legacy is undeniable.“
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Enjoy East Lothian golf courses that are considered to be of great depth and quality and are expanded throughout the area: Longniddry to Luffness, Gullane, Muirfield and Renaissance, Archerfield, North Berwick East and the popular North Berwick West Links. One of the courses established as the Open Championship rotation is the Muirfield home of Edinburgh's distinguished golfing company.2. Explore one of the largest trails in the country.
Decide if you want to do the 134-mile John Muir way of coastal route or if you prefer to divide it by shorter routes. There are 10 duly signposted paths for walking or cycling. One, from Helensburgh to Balloch is 9 miles (ca. 14 km), this is the start. It is a beautiful walk with lovely views of Loch Lomond and the countryside. The other route is North Berwick to Dunbar, on the way you can climb and see the incredible views of North Berwick Law, Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh, Tantallon Castle and Bass Rock.3. Explore the best beaches for surfing.
If you are a beginner, Belhaven Bay is one of the best places to surf; it is a beautiful sandy beach with shallow waters and without large rocks. If you want to learn the sport, here you will find the “Coast 2 Coast” school, with professional experts who will help you learn the basic skills to be a great surfer. The most recommended time of year for surfing is autumn and winter because the sea offers you bigger waves and more consistent waves.4. Discover a seabird attraction.
Do not miss visiting Bass Rock and the Isle of Mayo. Live this experience of seeing hundreds of seabirds that pass through here to rest and eat. It is shocking to see hundreds of seabirds like Gannets that pose here. See how they rise to the sky and form clouds. Puffins are also present by jumping and fishing on the Isle of May. Imagine seeing 8000 beautiful birds 12 inches (ca. 30 cm) long with black and white plumage and rectangular coloured bill with legs and short tail.5. Discover the best food of the area.
Find high-quality products produced here. Meats, fresh seafood, Scottish liqueurs such as Drambuie and Glayva with blends of aged Scotch whiskey with honey, herbs, mandarin, and spices. Taste the Rumbledethumps, a vegetable cake with cabbage and onion that you can accompany by cheddar cheese and meat. A delicious Dundee cake is made with Scottish fruits with almonds, cherries, sultanas and candied peel.6. Enjoy a fun day at the beach.
Yellowcraigs is the most popular beach. You imagine a beach surrounded by forests and meadows. Admire the island of Fidra is the Treasure Island that inspired Roberto Louis. Here you will find a lot of fun for all ages. In the popular pirate games, you can also explore the trails that go through the forests. Another activity you can do is horseback riding. You can have a picnic or use the barbecue area.7. Take a chill day.
Explore the best waters for fishing, here you will find many options both in freshwater and in the sea. If you are looking for trout and salmon, the best places are the Hopes and Whiteadder reservoirs. Good fishing for carp, tench, and trout at Lake Kin. Also in the ports of Dunbar, Cockenzie, Port Seton and North Berwick you can make fishing boat reservations or rent a boat and fishing equipment.
FAQs: Glamping in East Lothian
Which types of services can you expect to find at the glamping sites in East Lothian?
Among the facilities offered by Holidu, it appears that the glamping sites in East Lothian have everything that travellers need! Here, the glamping sites generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (58%), pool (58%), and balcony (42%)...Pretty cool!
What are the reviews like for the glamping sites in East Lothian?
The glamping sites here receive very good feedback from guests. Many (53%) have a rating of 4.5 stars, which tells us that here, it is possible to find a glamping for your next holiday!
Are the glamping sites in East Lothian suitable for family holidays?
Holidu's data reveals that 79% of glamping sites in East Lothian are suitable for families with children, it will therefore not be difficult to find the ideal glamping for you and your children.
Are the glamping sites in East Lothian pet-friendly?
For sure! In East Lothian, 21% of the glamping sites offer the possibility for travellers to take their pets with them, 21% also have a garden!
Do the glamping sites in East Lothian mostly come with Wi-Fi?
According to Holidu's database, approximately 58% of glamping sites in East Lothian include Wi-Fi, a rather high percentage!
How much does it cost on average for glamping sites in East Lothian?
According to last year's data, there don't seem to be many glamping sites in East Lothian costing less than £100 per night.
Do the glamping sites in East Lothian typically have a fireplace or a pool?
Yes! According to last year's data, the glamping sites in East Lothian are perfect in summer and winter. Here, 32% have a fireplace and 58% a pool.
Are the glamping sites in East Lothian suitable for trips with several people or rather for a weekend break as a couple?
According to Holidu's data, 100% of glamping sites are suitable for up to four guests. Approximately 100% of the glamping sites here have at least two separate bedrooms. East Lothian is the perfect destination for families of four!