East Lothian Scotland

There is a dedicated website for everything in East Lothian

https://www.abouteastlothian.co.uk

The dedicated website gives information on

Attractions,

Museums Wildlife centres Castles, Stately Homes, Distilleries, Beaches, Towns Villages Shops Churches and much more.

Places to stay

Hotels – Glamping – Caravan and Camping – BnB’s – Guest Houses – Large Group Accommodation – Roadside Inns – Cottages and Houses

Things to do

Watersports – Motorsports – Walking – Hiking – Climbing – Adventure Parks – Bird Watching – Boat Trips – Tours – Cycling – Sightseeing – Golfing -Beach Visits

East Lothian is predominantly rural. It has over 30 miles (50 km) of coastline with the towns and Villages of Aberlady, Dirleton, Archerfield, Longniddry, Auldhame, Musselburgh, Prestonpans, Cockenzie and  Port Seton, Gullane, North Berwick and Dunbar lie along the coast and there are a further 20 + villages or Hamlets to visit in the countryside.

East Lothian is served by seven railway stations: Dunbar, North Berwick, Drem, Longniddry, Prestonpans, Wallyford and Musselburgh.

Bus operators in East Lothian are: East Coast Buses, Eve Coaches and Prentice of Haddington.

The River Tyne flows through Haddington and several of East Lothian’s villages, reaching the Firth of Forth near Tyninghame. The River Esk flows through Inveresk and Musselburgh where it has its Estuary.

Traprain Law and Berwick Law are two hills with ancient ruins.

With the long coastline East Lothian has many golden sand beaches with safe swimming for children and great water sports.

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