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Seacliff Beach

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Seacliff Beach

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Full-Day Border Rover Tour with Private Driver
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Full-Day Border Rover Tour with Private Driver

• After picking you up from your hotel in Edinburgh, we will head east along the coast to Tantallon Castle with its stunning views across the Forth Estuary. From there we will head south to the picturesque Glenkinchie Distillery for an optional tour and a taste of "The Water of Life". Your journey will carry on to Stately Floors Castle with its beautiful gardens before visiting Melrose for lunch and a chance to visit Melrose Abbey. Heading north we will stop at the majestic Scots View with its panoramic views of the Eildon Hills before heading on to the 15th century Roslin (Rosslyn) Chapel, made famous in the Da Vinci Code.
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BMA9090 wrote a review Aug 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom29 contributions7 helpful votes
Been twice during short holiday based at North Berwick. One on a perfect sunny day and one with less ideal weather. Both were great- swimming and sandcastles for one and rockpooling and exploring the harbour for the other. Amazing place.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Arlene Clelland wrote a review Jul 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom340 contributions205 helpful votes
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This beach is absolutely stunning, very clean & well looked after. Water was crystal clear. £3 to enter. Road is quite narrow round entrance & exit. No food places round about so take food & water with you. Toilets were there but closed guessing due to covid19. There was a few places to park. We didn’t have issue finding a space & we arrived in afternoon. I really enjoyed my day here ( so did my dog 😊) & would high recommend.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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stuartnufc wrote a review Jul 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom206 contributions47 helpful votes
Absolute brilliant beach, seapool with crystal clear water, long stretch of clean yellow sand. Be of nicest town beaches I have been to in the UK or anywhere for that matter.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Gail wrote a review Jul 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom9 contributions15 helpful votes
Well worth the £3 car entry fee to get to this beach. Stunning views, gorgeously sunny and plenty of flat rocks that look like benches to sit on in a socially distance way.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Alastair M wrote a review Feb 2020
Edinburgh45 contributions6 helpful votes
I cannot complain about the beach. It is spotlessly clean, but is this because of it being looked after, or the restricted access? The car park can only take around half a dozen cars so there will never really be an issue with over crowding and the associated litter that comes with that. To access the car park you need to pay £3 for an automated barrier to raise up and let you in. Having done this, and not wanting it to come down on the car, I passed right through at what turned out was too fast a speed. We are talking no more than 10mph. For on the other side hidden under flooded surface were huge pot holes. As the car dropped in on one side then bounced over as quickly to the other due to a second hole my head crashed hard against the door frame. My passenger heard the thud and asked in a shocked voice, was that your head? The fact my hand was now clasped against the side of my head and the air inside of the car was turning blue answered the question. These are not the only pot holes there are plenty more especially on the route back out along the one way system (that ponies and horses apparently don't have to abide by) So, as I was there recording a vlog for YouTube on Accessible Photography locations I am definitely marking this down. I don't know where the £3 fees get spent, but seemingly they don't get spent on the access road.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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