Our brand new Estonian bespoke cabin is unique in design and accomadates 2 people placed in a beautiful farm setting at Auldhame near Seacliff . It’s walking distance from Tantallon Castle & Seacliff Beach which is well known for it’s stunning views. Enjoy lovely walks or bike rides surrounded by stunning scenery for you to explore. Horse riding available at Seacliff Stables taking in some of Scotlands best countryside on horseback. DRIFT coffee shop is also a must to visit with it’s incredible view of the Bass Rock.
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Handcrafted in Estonia from a 200-year-old design, the cabins are built to withstand temperatures of -25 degrees. The wood is sourced sustainably from the Estonian forests utilising spruce shingles on the exterior and aspen on the interior.
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Things to Do & See
A vibrant high street of independant shops, where there is something for everyone. North Berwick is a popular seaside town on the East coast of Scotland with beautiful beaches and several world class golf courses.
With idyllic Scenery surrounding Rock & Castle, walks are always bursting with nature and local wildlife as well as a picturesque harbour and a bustling high street. East Lothian is famous for the The John Muir which strectches 134 miles across Scotland’s heartland, running through East Lothian, from Dunbar, heading to Helensburgh in the west. Official route is available at https://johnmuirway.org/
There are plenty of coffee shops/ cafes and places to eat situated in and around the Rock & Castle. Please see below the closest and within walking distance or a short cycle.
- Drift (you will see this perched on the clifftop on the right as you drive to North Berwick)
- Whitekirk Hill
With an incredible past, the Bass Rock has played a key role throughout the history of Scotland. A religious retreat during the early years of Christianity. A fortress and prison in the age of the Covenanters and Jacobites. A strategic stronghold during the times of the Scottish and English wars. Notably it has been owned by the Hamilton-Dalrymple family for the last 300 years.