Coldingham Bay Leisure Park sits on the edge of Coldingham village, just minutes away from Coldingham Bay beach and within a few short miles of the port of St Abb’s and the harbour town of Eyemouth.
It is a popular base for families looking to explore the Scottish Borders and learn more about its rich history. The delightful coastal paths, beaches and harbour towns allow for countless afternoons relaxing and enjoying family time. Couples looking for a romantic getaway will enjoy the village’s countryside seclusion and the area’s many options for dining.
Should you want to explore the off-Park attractions nearby, you will not be disappointed by the choice right on your doorstep. To help you find a day out that’s perfect for you, we’ve managed to negotiate a number of discounts at local attractions and activities. More info and discounts are detailed below, simply pop into Reception and ask for a voucher during your stay.
Paxton House lies at the heart of 80 acres of woodland, parkland and gardens and offers a fantastic selection of walks, wildlife and scenery.
Overlooking the majestic River Tweed, the house was originally landscaped in the 18th century by Robert Robinson and now incorporates a large variety of riverside walks, trails and outdoor attractions for visitors.
To find out more visit the Paxton House Website
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Create a splash at Dunbar Leisure Pool, the ultimate centre for aquatic fun for all the family! The pool has a beached area with water characters for younger children to play on, as well as a wave machine, water jets and flume.
To find out more visit the Dunbar Leisure Pool Website
The Park is named after John Muir, the explorer, naturalist and conservationist who was born in Dunbar in 1838. He lived here until the age of 11, when the Muir family immigrated to the United States, where they settled in Wisconsin.
John Muir Country Park covers some of the most spectacular East Lothian coastline and is a haven for wildlife and people too. From the Castle Ruins in Dunbar, to the Peffer Burn six kilometres to the north, the Park includes the Cliff Top Trail, with fine views of the sea and the historic Bass Rock; the long sandy sweep of Belhaven Bay; the River Tyne estuary; and extensive areas of grassland, salt-marsh and woodland.
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Prestongrange Museum at Prestonpans has games, toys and trails to keep kids occupied as they learn about the story of Scotland's Industrial Revolution. Enjoy audio tours of the museum and take in visits to the Beam Engine and Power House. There is a programme of special events for all to enjoy. Dogs are welcome. You can take a picnic or eat at the small café.
To find out more visit the Prestongrange Museum Website
The Myreton Motor Museum houses a fascinating collection of cars, bicycles, motor cycles and commercial vehicles dating back to 1899. Anyone with an interest in cars or an ounce of nostalgia should not miss it.
To find out more visit the Myreton Motor Museum Website