Designed by Lutyens and extended over the years, this charming country house hotel enjoys…
Belhaven Bay Caravan & Camping Park
“Close to beach and town attractions” - AA Inspector
DUNBAR, EAST LOTHIAN
Our Inspector's view
Belhaven Bay Caravan and Camping Park is located on the outskirts of Dunbar, this is a sheltered park within walking distance of the beach. There is a regular bus service to Dunbar where there is an East Coast Main Line railway station. The site is also convenient for the A1 and well placed for visiting the area’s many seaside towns and various visitor attractions. There is a large children's play area. Six static caravans and three wooden wigwam pods are available for hire. This park is ideally located for the East Links Family Park, or if you like your fun in the water there's Foxlake Adventures.
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Facilities – at a glance
Electrical hook up
- Ice pack facility
- Picnic Area
- Shop onsite
- Wifi available
- Baby bathing/changing
- Motorvan service point
- Toilet fluid
- Total Touring Pitches: 52
- Total Static Pitches: 64
- Caravan Pitches Available
- Motorhome Pitches Available
- Tent Pitches Available
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About the area
Discover East Lothian
Said to be the sunniest area of Scotland, East Lothian boasts a dramatic coastline. In summer, you’ll hear larks singing high above the four-mile sweep of dunes, sandy shoreline and saltmarsh that forms the John Muir Country Park, named after the Dunbar-born explorer, naturalist and father of conservation. Eider and shelduck nest in the dunes, and gannets skim the waves on their way to and from their fishing grounds and roosts on the nearby Bass Rock.
Dunbar’s prosperity was built on fishing and whaling, and its three historic harbours are still home to a busy fleet of small fishing boats. The oldest is overlooked by Dunbar Castle whose ruins now provide a home to a vast colony of 600 pairs of kittiwakes. Tucked beside a rocky headland, North Berwick’s harbour is a yachting and lobster fishing centre. For 500 years it provided a ferry on the pilgrimage route to St Andrews, which dramatically shortened the journey from the south. The handsome market town of Haddington is set in prime agricultural country on the River Tyne. It was granted the status of a royal burgh in the 12th century and later became the county town for East Lothian.
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