• 3 Lorne Lane, Holiday Flat, North Berwick

    Only a few minutes’ walk from the bustling High Street of North Berwick,  this is  the perfect seaside retreat for couples or small families. Just 50 yards down the private lane and you are on North Berwick’s West Bay beach. Guests receive their own personalised welcome pack and we assure you of our attention to […]

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    If we’ve missed something that you think should definitely be on the Haddington site, please let us know. We’ll do our best to respond quickly and have a listing published as soon as possible. Contact Us

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  • Amisfield Walled Garden

    On the outskirts of Haddington, Amisfield Walled Garden dates from the late 18th century. It is one of the largest walled gardens in Scotland with extensive herbaceous borders, fruit and vegetable beds, wildflower meadow, orchard and woodland plantings.  Amisfield is a community garden managed by the Amisfield Preservation Trust and a large band of volunteers. […]

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  • Aubigny Sports Centre

    A warm welcome awaits at the Aubigny Sports Centre in Haddington, where a variety of sports, fitness and recreational activities are available for you to enjoy!  Enjoy a splashing good time in the pool, a workout in the gym, smash out on the badminton courts, choose from a host of fitness classes, relax in the […]

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  • Butterdean Wood

    Managed by the Woodland Trust, Butterdean Wood lies a couple of miles from Haddington, near the hamlet of Gladsmuir. There are two waymarked paths (which can sometimes be muddy), which make for ideal walks through the woods. Roe deer graze in the woods and there’s a rich selection of flora and fauna, with the birdlife […]

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  • East Fortune Farm CL Site

    East Fortune Farm CL, exclusive to The Caravan & Motorhome Club members is a multi awarding winning touring caravan site with 5 generously spaced, hard standing pitches. With open views across the countryside towards North Berwick Law this immaculate site offers generously spaced hardstanding pitches all within easy reach of the facilities. Visitors are encouraged […]

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  • Had barbers Haddington

    Had Barbers is a well established manufacturing company that has built up an enviable reputation over the last 15 years. We pride ourselves on our commitment to provide a professional and speedy service Robert Kolodziejczyk 01620 822895 robertkolod1987@gmail.com 60 High Street EH41 3ED Haddington https://m.facebook.com/Hadbarbershaddington/

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  • Haddington Bell Ringers

    Haddington bell ringers ring the eight bells at St Mary’s Church, Haddington every Sunday and practice on a Friday evening at 7.30pm. Bell ringing is a fun and sociable activity. It helps keep you physically and mentally fit and is a great way to meet new people. We welcome experienced ringers who would like to […]

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  • Haddington Community Church

    Haddington Community Church is a friendly congregation which welcomes people whatever they might believe about God, the bible, or Christianity. We try to have a relaxed atmosphere where everyone can feel at home, and have a creche and Kids’ Church for children during the service. Our services are currently held at 10:45am on Sunday mornings at […]

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  • Haddington Farmers’ Market

    Widely recognised as the ‘friendly market’, Haddington Farmers’ Market is a monthly delight, a “gem” – with a wide range of local and seasonal food, drinks, gifts and crafts. The market is situated in picturesque Court Street, in the county town of Haddington, East Lothian and is held on the last Saturday of every month (except […]

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  • Haddington Town House

    This elegant building dates from 1748 to an original design by Scottish architect William Adam.  A court-room and assembly room – with pilastered and pedimented gable with a Venetian window – were added to the west side of Adam’s Town House in 1788, over the colonnaded Haddington market. The Town House steeple was replaced in […]

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  • Haddington Twinning Association

    Haddington Twinning Association organises and promotes twinning activity between Haddington in Scotland and Aubigny sur Nère in France. Since 1965 Haddington, the historic market town in the beautiful county of East Lothian, just 30 minutes drive from Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh, has been twinned with Aubigny sur Nère. Find out more here Haddington Twinning […]

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  • Hailes Castle

    In a beautiful location on the banks of the River Tyne just 5 miles from Haddington, Hailes Castle dates from the early 1200s and is one of Scotland’s oldest stone castles. Built by the de Gourlay family, Hailes was frequently besieged. It withstood an attack in 1400 by Henry Hotspur Percy but fell to various […]

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  • Hanging baskets Set to Fill Haddington with Colour

    Green-fingered volunteers from Blooming Haddington have been working hard throughout the town as they get ready for a busy summer. Find out more about Blooming Haddington and their work here https://bloominghaddington.co.uk/

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  • Lamp House Music

    Lamp House Music is a Music School and Rehearsal Studio, located in Haddington (just off Hospital Road).  At Lamp House Music, children and adults of all ages and abilities are encouraged to enjoy and embrace music, whether that through be learning, rehearsing or having sheer fun with music. ‘The Lamp House’ is a gorgeous, quirky little […]

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  • Lennoxlove House

    One mile south of Haddington, Lennoxlove House is a historic building described by Historic Scotland as “one of Scotland’s most ancient and notable houses”. Standing in the middle of an extensive estate, it comprises a 15th-century tower, originally known as Lethington Tower, which has been extended several times to create a stately home now containing the Dukes […]

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  • MADE In East Lothian Community Arts Hub

    At our base The Community Arts Hub in Haddington we now have a varied programme of events offering an exciting and sociable activity each day we are open. Tuesday we have Learn the Basics in painting and drawing, Wednesday we have Knit and Natter, Thursday is REmake day, Friday is one for the kids – […]

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  • National Flag Heritage Centre

    The St Andrew’s Cross or Saltire is Scotland’s national flag and one of the oldest in the world. Its origins reputedly come from a battle fought close to Athelstaneford in 832 AD. The National Flag Centre occupies a doocot, located to the north of the church. Within the doocot, visitors can enjoy a short audio-visual […]

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  • National Museum of Flight

    Discover the stories behind one of Europe’s best collections of aircraft and find out more about the people who flew and worked with them through dramatic displays and fascinating interviews. Find out how developments in civil aviation have helped to connect communities, allowing people to travel short distances more easily and opened up opportunities to […]

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  • Nungate Bridge

    One of Scotland’s oldest bridges, the bridge dates from the 16th century, although a bridge has stood on this site since at least 1282. The 30m bridge was once a main route into the town and was used by numerous invading armies. It was severely damaged during the Siege of Haddington in 1548 and it […]

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  • Ronnie’s Music

    Ronnie’s Music, 68 High Street, Haddington EH41 3EN www.ronniesmusic.com Tel 01620 829232 ronnie@ronniesmusic.com Facebook – eastlothianmusic Instagram – ronniesmusic67 Services – musical instruments, accessories, repairs, tuition

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  • St Mary’s Kirk

    The longest parish church in Scotland and successor to the title of the Lamp of Lothian, St Mary’s Kirk is in a beautiful setting by the river Tyne. Building of the church first began in 1375 but took more than 100 years. St Mary’s was largely ruined by Henry VIII’s forces during the 1548-49 Siege […]

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  • St Mary’s Pleasance

    St Mary’s Pleasance is maintained for the public by Haddington Garden Trust, a charity that relies on grants, donations and gifts to maintain and develop the garden. The garden occupies 1.6 acres between St Mary’s Churchyard, Lady Kitty’s Garden and Haddington House, which dates from 1648 and is the oldest dwelling in Haddington. Some of […]

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  • Station Park Caravan Site

    Station Park is a peaceful and friendly small touring park set in the rural location of East Fortune just 5 miles from the busy coastal town of North Berwick and easily accessible to Edinburgh by train. The park welcomes motorhomes and touring caravans all year round on a choice of pitches generously spaced and all […]

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  • The Brand Family Larder, Farm Shop

    WINTER OPENING HOURS (AS FROM 5 JANUARY) 9.30AM – 4PM SUMMER FARM SHOP OPENING HOURS MONDAY TO SATURDAY 9AM – 5PM SUNDAY 10AM – 4PM The Brand Family Larder is our farm shop located here at East Fortune Farm. It is a popular store for locals and visitors, stocking our home reared produce of pork, lamb and fresh […]

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  • The Green Haddington

    Pub, Events Venue, Restaurant & Takeaway @thegreenhaddington /thegreenhaddington 70 court street Haddington Eh41 3af www.thegreenhaddington.com

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  • The John Gray Centre

    The John Gray Centre in Lodge Street is a major visitor attraction which brings together an East Lothian museum as well as the town’s library, local history centre and archives. Housed in what was previously four historic buildings, the centre is a bright, welcoming resource which aims to inspire the people of East Lothian to […]

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  • The Waterside Bistro

    The Waterside Bistro is situated on the banks of the River Tyne and has been a jewel in Haddington’s crown for many years. Between 1985 and 2001, this illustrious restaurant  was run by local businessman Jim Findlay. Now, in 2017, history will repeat itself in somewhat romantic fashion as sons James and Jack take on […]

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  • Traprain Law

    One of East Lothian’s most distinctive features, Traprain Law – approximately four miles from Haddington – rises to 724 feet (221 metres), with the summit providing spectacular views. There are signs of burials from around 1500BC and occupation after 1000BC, and it appears to have been occupied in the Late Iron Age by the Votadini […]

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