Click for 5 day North Berwick Weather
17 Aug
Max 12°C
Min 10°C
19-20 mph
Sunny skies
Provided by Weather2
North Berwick


County - Edinburgh and the Lothians | Map
Tel code: 01620 | code search
Postcode: EH39 | code search
North Berwick Jobs
Visitor reports

Add your shop free
Folk Customs:
The Braehead Basin
The Burry Man

North Berwick Events

Nature Photography Awards Exhibition

Slow Food Fair

Creative Visions of Nature Exhibition
Sea Watch Week
Wildlife Festival

Holiday Activities

First ScotRail Press Photography Awards’
Fringe By The Sea
North Berwick Highland Games
Opticron Day
Puffin Club
Slow Food Festival
Walking with Birds
Wild About Art - Silk Seas

Dig It Detectives
Gliding Gull Mobiles
Scottish Seabird Centre

Nature Photography Awards Exhibition
Walking with Birds

Christmas by the Sea
Nature Photography Awards Exhibition
Add an Event

Latest reviews

Bella Italia
"WEnt to this restaurant last week. DEfinately would not recommend it. The quality of the food very poor. Decor depressing and stale smell in the corner we were sitting. Female ..." More

Grange (The)
"Excellent meal. We are from Washington, DC and stopped in North Berwick on our first day in Scotland (after visiting Dirleton and Tantallon Castles). We needed a place ..." More

More Reviews (2)

Best rates for a Local Hotel

Latest reviews | Events in North Berwick | 10 Places to Stay

With its beautiful sandy beaches,its picturesque wee harbour and its year round atmosphere of family holiday, North Berwick is a favourite seaside town. Its geological history is seen in the landmark volcanic plugs of North Berwick Law and the Bass Rock,while the remnants of ancient lava flow which scatter the East Beach provide good clambering and fascinating rock pools for holidaying children of all ages. Boat trips to the islands provide sightings of seals,puffins and the Bass Rock gannetry whilst the large screens in the Seabird Centre have close up shots from strategically placed cameras. Popular as a place to linger on the decking, overlooking the sea or the seafilled outdoor paddling pool, the café at the Seabird Centre has views to the Bass along the East shore to the cliff top golf course at the Glen. Beside it is the Auld Green Kirk, notorious for its satanic rituals conducted by the 5th Earl of Bothwell, and the subsequent 16th century Witch Trials. Golf on the Links courses has attracted enthusiasts here for hundreds of years keeping the shops and hostelries busy and thriving. North Berwick also benefits from an hourly rail link to Edinburgh.


Dirleton Castle and Gardens
Dirleton Gallery
Misley Bay Rural Beach
Scottish Seabird Centre
Tantallon Castle


Gilisland Caravan & Camping Park
Meadowhead's Tantallon Caravan & Camping
Tantallon Caravan & Camping Park

Caravan Park

Gilisland Caravan & Camping Park
Meadowhead's Tantallon Caravan & Camping
Tantallon Caravan & Camping Park
Yellowcraig Caravan Club Site


Dental Surgery
Thomson & Elrick


The Health Centre

Estate Agent


Golf Club

North Berwick Golf Club

Pub and Bar

Golfers Rest


Bella Italia
Craigleith Restaurant
Deveau's Brasserie
Golfers Rest
Grange (The)


North Berwick High School


Fenton Tower


J Paris-Steele & Co W S


A 2 B Taxis
Fionas Taxis


Links Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Bass Rock CC (Cricket)
East Lothian Yacht Club (Sailing)
Sportif North Berwick (Martial Arts)


North Berwick Pet Centre
Brian Ferguson

Alice Stephenson
William Mason
Earth Matters

Places to Stay near North Berwick

map website

County Hotel (0.09 miles)

County Hotel
Situated in the Heart of North Berwick, The County Hotel is a fantastic place to stay when visiting the area. With its 10 bedrooms it is large enough to accommodate groups but small enough to ... More | visit website
map website

Nether Abbey (0.63 miles)

Nether Abbey

More Information

The Nether Abbey Hotel has been owned by successive generations of the same family for fifty years. In 2004 the Hotel shut for extensive renovations and refurbishment with simply stunning ... More | visit website


Fenton Tower (2.03 miles)

Fenton Tower

Fenton Tower is a magnificent, fortified 16th Century tower located just 20 miles east of Edinburgh between Gullane and North Berwick. Set amongst the rolling countryside and surrounded by beautiful links golf courses, including Muirfield, ... More


Castle Inn Hotel (2.58 miles)

Castle Inn Hotel
The Castle Inn is a 19th Century Coaching Inn built by the noted William Burn. Set in the quiet rural village of Dirleton the Inn overlooks the village green and the 13th Century stronghold of ... More
map website

Greywalls Hotel (4.09 miles)

Greywalls Hotel
Greywalls is a wonderful Edwardian country house hotel designed at the turn of the century by Sir Edwin Lutyens. The house has been owned by the same family since 1926 and has been a hotel ... More | visit website
map website

Drem Farmhouse (4.49 miles)

Drem Farmhouse
Drem Farmhouse is a large Georgian house set in the picturesque conservation village of Drem, located in the heart of East Lothian, surrounded by golf courses, beaches and within easy reach of Edinburgh. It is the ... More | visit website
map website

Overhailes Farmhouse (5.80 miles)

Overhailes Farmhouse
From the minute you arive at Overhailes Farmhouse we want to make sure you have everything you need to make the most of your stay with us. We have 3 beautiful rooms for you to choose ... More | visit website
map website

Duck's at Kilspindie House (6.48 miles)


Edinburgh city centre only 18 minutes train ride. Award winning cuisine. Airport 35 minutes; 21 golf courses within 15 minutes. Fantastic bird watching.

Having undergone an extensive refurbishment Kilspindie House has been granted a three star ... More | visit website

map website

Aberlady Inn (6.57 miles)

Aberlady Inn
Family business
The Conservatory Restaurant
Wine Garden
Ensuite accommodation
All functions welcome
Close to golf courses, bird watching & Edinburgh city centre

More Information

... More | visit website
map book

Maitlandfield House Hotel (7.53 miles)

Maitlandfield House Hotel

More Information

Within walking distance of the picturesque county town of Haddington and just 16 miles (26 km) from Edinburgh, Maitlandfield House boasts traditional charm and original elegance. The Maitlandfield House Hotel combines the ... More

Brit Quote:
Honour sinks where commerce long prevails. - Oliver Goldsmith
More Quotes

On this day:
Battle of Sampford Courtenay - 1549, Battle of Preston - 1648, First Pedestrian Killed by Car - 1896, Animal Farm Published - 1945
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages