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Aberlady Station Caravan Park
"I have visited this site many times and I am always amazed how lovely it is. Great location, nice people, good services. Try it!

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Duck's at Kilspindie House
"we had a bar meal at Ducks in Kilspindie, Aberlady, where the food and service was light years ahead of others in the area ..." More

Duck's at Kilspindie House
"Good Points: The room was spacious and in a nice village location. Bad Points: The fittings in the hotel (except the TV) were old and tatty. General review: On arrival we were ..." More

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With its beautiful wide,shallow bay and its famous wooden footbridge, Aberlady is much loved by photographers and birdwatchers. It lies on the East Lothian coast where the Pfeffer Burn flows into the Firth of Forth and, in 1633, was decreed the port for the County town of Haddington. Over the centuries, its sandy bay provided an active harbour for trading vessels as well as for smugglers, and though the wrecks of two midget submarines may be seen at low tide, now birds, not boats, throng the water. Covering 1,439 acres of mud flats, tidal sand and salt marsh; with rare flora and fauna; the Nature Reserve attracts nationally significant populations of overwintering waders, ducks and geese, including over 15,000 Pink-footed geese. Fortunate twitchers have also had sightings of the rarest birds on Aberlady Bay. Abundant as the geese are the golfers. King James V visited Aberlady for archery and golfing and play continues today at Luffness New, Kilspindie and Craigielaw locally and world famous championship courses nearby. Courses and club houses provide magnificent views of the bay’s wildlife and the Firth of Forth. It is here where author, Nigel Tranter, wrote many of his historical novels on his daily walks over the "Footbridge to Enchantment”.

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Aberlady Station Caravan Park

Golf Club

Kilspindie Golf Club
Luffness New

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Aberlady Inn

School

Aberlady Primary School

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East Lothian Private Hire

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Aberlady Inn (0.01 miles)

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

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Duck's at Kilspindie House (0.10 miles)

Duck

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

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Greywalls Hotel (2.80 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
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Drem Farmhouse (2.95 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
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Castle Inn Hotel (4.07 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
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Letham House (4.50 miles)

Letham House

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Nestled at the foot of a secluded rhododendron-lined drive on the outskirts of Haddington in East Lothian is Letham House. Only 16 miles from Edinburgh, this restored 17th century mansion ... More

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Adniston Manor (4.81 miles)

Adniston Manor
We are in a very peaceful location, situated in the heart of East Lothian. A golfing mecca with excellent links to Edinburgh, Glasgow, the Borders and the Highlands, we are ideally situated to cover ... More
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Maitlandfield House Hotel (5.14 miles)

Maitlandfield House Hotel

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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

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Fenton Tower (5.20 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

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Nether Abbey (6.00 miles)

Nether Abbey

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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

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