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You’ll find something for everyone close to Coldingham Bay
The Berwickshire coast is known for picturesque harbour towns, historical homes and amazing nature reserves. The whole family can enjoy the great outdoors with sandy beaches, country and coastal walks and historic museums just a short drive away.
Just a stone’s throw away from the Berwickshire coast, Coldingham Bay boasts spectacular views across coast and countryside.
Situated in the quaint coastal village of Coldingham, the renowned Coldingham Bay beach is just a mile away, and the port of St Abbs and harbour town of Eyemouth are just a short drive. There are coastal paths that lead all the way from St Abbs, through the fishing town of Eyemouth and over the border to Berwick-upon-Tweed if you want to take in the sights of the Berwickshire countryside on foot.
There are also plenty of options for relaxing days out, from nearby nature reserves to museums and children’s attractions.
There's so much to see and do in the local area and to help you make the most of everything that's available, we have managed to negotiate a number of discounts at local attractions and activities for our holiday guests and owners. Full details on the discounts are detailed below.
Walks and Outdoors
Coldingham Bay Leisure Park is conveniently located close to a number of major walking routes, including the famous Southern Upland Way. There are also guided walks, biking routes, some beautiful sandy beaches and much more available locally. The options are endless for those who love an adventure in the great outdoors!
The Berwickshire coast is a mecca for watersports lovers! Coldingham Bay’s location makes it the perfect place to enjoy watersports and water based activities.
From sea kayaking to surfing, bodyboarding to diving all available nearby, you are spoilt for choice when you holiday at Coldingham Bay.
For that true holiday feeling there’s a number of places to enjoy fantastic days out. There are a great number of incredible golf courses nearby offering visitor passes as well as membership. You can visit a range of historic houses and castles which highlight the area’s important role in defending Scotland. If you’re looking for something more adventurous there are also diving centres nearby offering the chance to dip underwater and learn all about the creatures and plants that reside off Scotland’s incredible coastline.