Golf Eyemouth

The Scottish Borders is justifiably popular with golfers. It has 21 golf courses to choose from, but only one coastal course: Eyemouth. This is Scotland’s most southerly golf course, just an hour’s drive from Edinburgh and Newcastle. It features some of the best clifftop holes in Scotland, including its par 3 sixth hole voted ‘Britain’s… [ Read more... ]

Bee Cool Fish – Boat Charters

Bee Cool Fish

Based in Eyemouth, we have easy access to all local amenities, fishing grounds, wildlife spotting and coastal cruising.   Fishing trips can be arranged for 3 or 6 hours, either individually or in groups.  Boat Hire for sightseeing trips along the Berwickshire coastline. Get a group together to share this experience.   All safety at sea equipment on… [ Read more... ]

Coldingham Priory

1174 - Coldingham Priory

Where today there are just a few ruins and a modest Parish Church there once stood one of the most important religious buildings in Scotland. At the height of its powers, the Priory had a huge business empire and significant political influence. Thanks to a Heritage Lottery funded restoration project, the Priory remains have been… [ Read more... ]

Berwickshire Coastal Path

St Abbs Lighthouse - copyright National Trust for Scotland

  With the second highest cliffs on the east coast of Britain, the Borders has one of the most spectacular coastlines in Britain.  At 28.5 miles long, the Berwickshire Coastal Path is nationally and internationally important for seabirds, coastal flora and marine life. Can I undertake the route in one trip? Do I walk north… [ Read more... ]



Even if walking isn’t your main reason for visiting Eyemouth, you’ll find it a great way to see this lovely area. We have about 32 miles of stunning coastline stretching from Lamberton on the England/Scotland Border to Cockburnspath. Inland, you can explore valleys, follow rivers and streams and discover pretty villages, farms and settlements. There… [ Read more... ]

St Vedas Hotel & Surf Shop

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Based at Coldingham Bay, we provide accommodation, food and drink in our licensed bar and restaurant. If you’re learning to do water sports we provide surf lessons, surfboards, bodyboards and wetsuit hire. We also provide kayak and snorkel hire. You can also stay on in our beach front B&B. Wifi available. Opening times- 9am until… [ Read more... ]

St Abbs & Eyemouth Voluntary Marine Reserve

St Abbs and Eyemouth Voluntary Marine Reserve

The waters off the Berwickshire coast have long been considered special by marine biologists as they contain a fantastic abundance and diversity of marine life. Add to this clear waters and spectacular underwater scenery and it is not surprising that divers have been coming to the area for decades. In the early days numbers were… [ Read more... ]

Marine Quest Diving

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Marine Quest is a specialist diving company based in the picturesque Scottish fishing port of Eyemouth, on the approaches to the Firth of Forth. We offer a feast of world-class diving right on the doorstep, including breath-taking scenic sites, technical dives and over 100 historic wrecks. We operate two modern, spacious dive boats and offer… [ Read more... ]

Rock House Accommodation & Diving

Rock House Diving

Accommodation:  We have accommodation for up to 18, our bunkhouse sleeps 10, the self-catering cottage sleeps 5 and our B&B sleeps up to 3. Breakfast can be arranged also. Diving:  We provide outstanding quality diving at St Abbs and Eyemouth Marine Reserve. Whether above or below the water you will not be disappointed, with views ranging… [ Read more... ]

Eyemouth Rib Trips

Eyemouth Rib Trips

Rib Boat Trips from Eyemouth Harbour: a) Shuttle to St Abbs – one way or return trips. St Abbs is a delightful little harbour with cafes, visitor centre, art gallery, Friday market, fabulous walks to the lighthouse situated on the National Trust Nature Reserve. Why not walk the beautiful coastal path (3.5 miles) and catch… [ Read more... ]

St Abbs Head National Nature Reserve


St Abb’s Head National Nature Reserve has spectacular cliff-top scenery, and a chance to feel as if you are somewhere really wild just a short walk from civilization. In the summer months, tens of thousands of nesting seabirds jostle for space on the cliffs, and beautiful carpets of wild flowers adorn the grasslands behind. The… [ Read more... ]