The hidden gem of Seacliff Beach is ideal if you want to avoid the crowds. This unspoilt private beach is home to the UK's smallest harbour with spectacular views of the Bass Rock and Tantallon Castle. The beach attracts surfers, dog walkers and picnickers all year round.
There is a small fee for car parking controlled by a coin-operated barrier.
|No. of Spaces:||120|
|Parking Charges:||Coin operated barrier|
|Charging Period:||All year|
|Payment Method:||Coin operator barrier|
|Picnics and BBQs Allowed :||No|
|Vehicle Height Restriction:||None|
How to Get There
Situated 5 miles south of North Berwick, follow the A198 until you reach Auldhame. The main access to the beach is on a tight bend where you see a farm, this will take you down a narrow private road.
East Coast Buses operates a service between Edinburgh and North Berwick and Eve Coaches operates a service from Dunbar to North Berwick. You can ask to be dropped off near to the entrance.
Scotrail operates a service to North Berwick from Edinburgh.