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Cramond is accessible by bus, car or walking. Cafes and pub, and boats for hire welcome you to Edinburgh's 'seaside village' The walk along the seashore stretches from here to the East Coast:quite a challenge!
The access road and car park are an absolute mess. Had to wait for ages for a space and got stuck on the way out due to poele getting lost due to a lack of signage.
The beach itself is absolutely lovely. Unfortunately the causeway...More
This is a great place to stay for a long weekend with the family. We were able to get the bus into town from the airport and then change for the bus to Cramond. Fiarly easy, ask the driver or local if you're unsure. The...More
Cramond Village which sits on the shores of the Almond River in past centuries was a bustling town of industry with steel furnaces and iron forges exporting steel to markets in India.
Sadly due to changing times these industries were no longer required and now...More
This charming village on Cramond shore has a lovely olde world pub with great food, cafes by the river Almond, a museum, harbour, taught yard, causeway for a walk over to Cramond Island at low tide. What more could you ask for on a nice...More