Eyemouth makes a great day out for one and all, and is near to Berwick Holiday Park. With a harbour, great shopping and gift shops.
Eyemouth Harbour - is a busy working harbour . Which positioned on Scotland’s south-east coast, this harbour has long been a strategically important base and stopping-off point for all kinds of boats, businesses and people.
Gunsgreen House - was built in 1753 by a local smuggler John Nisbet, the architecture includes secret hiding places were smuggled goods were kept. Come and see the amazing ‘tea chute’- the only one of its kind, where smuggled tea was hidden from prying eyes. Discover the history of the house and the kids will love dressing as smugglers whilst completing the various puzzles and trails inside the house, becoming a certified smuggler.
Eyemouth Beach - framed by the black rocks of the bay to the west and the harbour walls to the east, this fairly exposed. Despite being sheltered by the Hurkur Rocks, storms sometimes generate high waves and throw high plumes of spume into the air over the sea wall.
Eyemouth Fort - head to the top of Eyemouth and beside Eyemouth Holiday Park you will see the fort. Although there is not much left to see today, you will discover the cannons and the grass.
Eyemouth Rib Trips - are great for exploring the the stunning Berwickshire coastline of the Scottish Borders. Operating from Eyemouth Harbour, you can explore cliffs and coves, the seabirds and seals. Discover the seascapes around Eyemouth and St Abbs, two old-established and picturesque sea-going communities. Also a thrilling powerboat experience, which can carry 12 passengers so there is room and fun for all the family.
Eyemouth Golf Club - why not try this "hidden gem" of Scottish golf? A challenging 18 hole cliff top links is an enjoyable test of golf and includes the famous 6th hole voted 'Britain's No 1 Most Extraordinary Golf Hole'and now selected as one of the top 18 holes in Scotland. . Eyemouth Golf Club perched on the top of Gunsgreen Hill, provides spectacular views over Eyemouth and the rugged East Berwickshire coastline. This cliff-top links course is the only seaside course in the Borders and generally open for a full round of golf virtually every day of the year.