Eyemouth Holiday Park

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Eyemouth Holiday Park

You’ll find the peace and relaxation you’re looking for when you stay in a caravan or lodge at Eyemouth Holiday Park in Berwickshire. Spend your days taking in the breath-taking coast and all it has to offer. Like the nearby fishing port, neighbouring golf course and discovering the rich local maritime history. For stunning views and a quiet atmosphere, head to St. Abbs Head Nature Reserve and gaze in wonder at the dramatic headland.

Eyemouth is one of Park Resorts great value holiday sites in Scotland. And it’s perhaps the best in the UK. With stunning views and a quiet atmosphere, Eyemouth is positioned on a dramatic headland, from where you can see across to the fishing town and sandy beach.

Eyemouth doesn’t have as much on site as a lot of holiday parks. There is however a playground, bar, restaurant and sports court onsite, as well as the usual evening and kids club stuff. Having said this, you’ll be spoilt for choice with three beaches nearby.

There’s isn’t a swimming pool onsite unfortunately. So, if you fancy a swim, you can use the local indoor swimming pool for free and it’s just a few minutes’ walk from the park. You can choose a caravan or lodge holiday at Eyemouth Holiday Park.

Eyemouth Holiday Park is just over an hour’s drive to Edinburgh if you’re looking for a day out, or 20 minutes to Berwick Upon Tweed.

Rental Season The private holiday home rental season runs from February to November

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Weather Averages

Be prepared for rain or shine

MARCH - MAY High 6.41°c Low -0.45°c Precipitation 0.05mm/hr
JUNE - AUGUST High 16.84°c Low 9.32°c Precipitation 0.09mm/hr
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER High 12.2°c Low 5.72°c Precipitation 0.08mm/hr
DECEMBER - FEBRUARY High 5.46°c Low -0.31°c Precipitation 0.08mm/hr


Arrive safe and sound

TD14 5BE

A1, 6 miles north Berwick Upon Tweed follow Eyemouth A1107. On entering town Park signposted right after petrol station and left at bottom of hill into Fort Road.

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