Things to see and do roundabout
Not far from Cockburnspath, and even closer to the A1, is the tiny hamlet of Cove. There is a car park for visitors located in the hamlet and a nearby gate gives access to a track that descends towards the sea, which it reaches at the far end of a steep grassy headland. The track leads to one of the hidden gems of south east Scotland, Cove Harbour.
PEASE BAY BEACH
With its vast beach and spectacular seascape Pease Bay is an excellent base to explore everything the area of Dunbar has to offer.
Popular with families and older people alike, as well as surfers and outdoor enthusiasts from around the country, Pease Bay is a peaceful location but never dull with an abundance of activities and attractions within easy reach.
JOHN MUIR COUNTRY PARK
Walk part of the Southern Upland Way, John Muir Way, cliff-top walks along the coast stretching between Burnmouth and Dunbar, or experience a guided walk and talk around the walls of the historic town of Berwick-Upon-Tweed.
THE SCOTTISH SEABIRD CENTRE
Environmental hub with close-ups of sea birds and mammals, a discovery area and seasonal seafaris.
EAST LINKS FAMILY PARK
East Links Family Park is a 20 acre small farm, which provides a fun and safe environment for families to enjoy a day out. We celebrated our 1,000,000th customer in 2015 and have grown to become the premier visitor attraction in our market place, being voted for by the public as Best Visitor Attraction in Edinburgh, Lothians and Fife 2011 and 2016 in the Radio Forth Awards and Best Family Attraction 2014 by Primary Times.
Shallow wrecks, technical or scenic scuba diving… whatever your passion, Marine Quest offers an unbeatable diving experience at one of Europe’s top dive destinations.
Coast to Coast has grown a reputation across Scotland for high quality surf and adventure sports teaching, with a team of experienced instructors offering a wide range of quality lessons and courses in the sports of Surfing, Bodyboarding, Stand Up Paddling and Coasteering. For the more adventurous we also run tours and trips to the most remote edges of Scotland’s beautiful and varied coastline.
With a proud history stretching back to 1856, the course was perfected over 150 years by three giants of the game, Old Tom Morris, James Braid and Ben Sayers. Blessed with a reputation for abundant sunshine, the course lives long in the memory of all who play it. Opening with two par 5’s it then hugs the coastline along a narrow strip of land within yards of the waves crashing onto the rocky shore. Stunning scenery and a welcoming clubhouse complete the memorable experience.
* Neuk Farm Cottages have no affiliation with any of the listed attractions.