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Log Cabins, Edinburgh

Nestling in the heart of the beautiful East-Lothian countryside and yet only twenty minutes east of Princes Street, the beating heart of Edinburgh, a city brimming with culture and history.


Arthur's Seat Near Edinburgh

Local Area

With Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace iconic landmarks, there is also the Royal Mile and, just a stone’s throw from the bustle, lies the enigmatic Arthur’s Seat for energetic legs to scale. The view from Arthur’s Seat hints at the scenic treasures beyond the city limits, with tranquil villages, dramatic coastline laced with miles of sandy beaches, stately homes and the wilds of the Lammermuir Hills.


Edinburgh has an almost inexhaustable supply of history, culture, entertainment and restaurants.
Golf Courses Near Edinburgh

Golf Near Edinburgh

East Lothian is also famed for its golf courses and, with 19 courses in the locale, it is reckoned to have just about the highest concentration in Britain and, handily, there is one right next door to the Holiday Park!

With so much choice there is something to suit all standards and tastes, with traditional links and classic inland golf courses, some steeped in history, some offering modern challenges, all with a friendly clubhouse welcome. Affordable Green Fees can be found and from the pick of the courses come inspirational names like Dunbar, North Berwick, Musselburgh, Gullane and The Open Championship course at Muirfield.

Preston Grange Mining Museum

Just a few minutes’ walk from the Holiday Park is the Preston Grange Mining Museuem, the museum will fascinate the whole family with its Giant Beam Engine and working steam locomotive.

City Breaks in Edinburgh

Explore Edinburgh

Aside from the big three of Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace and Arthur’s Seat, mentioned above, Edinburgh has an almost inexhaustable supply of history and culture. It is the world’s first UNESCO City of Literature, and the Writers’ Museum celebrates the lives and works of Robert Burns, Sir WalterScott and Robert Louis Stevenson amongst Scotland’s literary sons and daughters.

For slightly lower-brow entertainment, Edinburgh Zoo houses over 1000 amazing animals and attractions, with daily parades, talks and demonstrations to educate and thrill the whole family.

Only London can boast more Michelin-starred restaurants than Edinburgh, and alongside the culinary superstars there is a host of quality bistros, gastropubs and cafes to enjoy.

Musselburgh by River Esk, Scotland


On the south shore of the Firth of Firth at the mouth of the River Esk, Musselburgh is the largest town in East Lothian, dating from the Roman invasion around 80AD. Its rich history is still evident in the 13th century stone bridge spanning the Esk, used by Edward II in his retreat from the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, and the Tolbooth, built circa 1590. The town takes its name from the mussel beds at the mouth of the Esk, once a mainstay of the economy.

The Coast

Tantallon Castle stares out to sea from its rocky headland, and nearby you can explore the ancient harbour at Dunbar or take a boat ride round the Bass Rock, home to the largest colony of Atlantic Gannets in the world, a noisy, spectacular sight.

Kite Surfing on Scotish Coast

Watersports feature strongly on this strech of coast with surfers and kayakers taking advantage of the waves in Dunbar, and sailors and kitesurfers picking up on the wind around North Berwick.

The area is also a big draw for divers with a world-class variety of shipwrecks and underwater cliff dives.

If you’re more inclined to stay dry whilst exploring the coast there are plenty of sightseeing boat tours where you can spot puffins, seals and even dolphins. Sea-fishing boating trips are also available for those looking to catch their supper.

Walking Holidays in Scotland


East Lothian offers the full gamut, from the Lammermuir Hills to the south, to a coast rich in sandy beaches and imposing cliffs, with an expanse of farmland lying between. Many walking routes pass through great vantage points and there are hidden delights to discover with river valleys, woodland, secret bays and historic sites. You can now walk the length of the East-Lothian coast, and the John Muir Way runs for almost 73km from Edinburgh to the Borders.

Cycle Trails Near Edinburgh


With many well-marked routes in the area, there is something for every level of cyclist to enjoy. Spokes, the Lothian cycle campaign, provides a comprehensive cycle map of East Lothian which can be purchased online at

You can also follow the routes on the cycle-tour maps, which have planned routes to follow. Please see sample below:

Cycling in Edinburgh & South East Scotland (Collins) 2001

Cycle Tours around Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders (Philips) Nick Cotton 2002

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