North Berwick Hotels
North Berwick, Scotland
North Berwick is a favourite holiday spot for outdoor lovers who enjoy golfing and bird watching, and it serves as a peaceful retreat for visitors to nearby Edinburgh, which has a much larger tourist crowd. The private beaches are kept in pristine condition, and several small uninhabited islands are habitats for rare oceanic birds. While it may offer an exciting nightlife or variety of shopping and dining establishments, the city is an excellent balm for the travel-weary and more low-key visitors to Scotland. ... Read more »
North Berwick Attractions
- Tantallon Castle
- Scottish Seabird Centre in North Berwick
- Islands of the Forth
North Berwick Activities
- Take a boat ride to Bass Rock to see the rock gannet colony
- Walk along the beautiful Seacliff beach
- Climb the extinct volcano, North Berwick Law
North Berwick Climate
Scottish weather is rarely extreme, but it can change drastically in a matter of minutes. You can expect an annual rainfall of 55 cm in North Berwick. Summer highs reach 17-18°C from June to August, while winter lows stay just above freezing from December to February.
Getting There & Around
You can drive to North Berwick using the A1, and the town lies between the major cities of Edinburgh and Dunbar, from which Scotrail operates train service to the city. Edinburgh has the nearest airport, which is about 31 km away.
You can walk to most attractions from the rail station, but visiting the Islands of Forth requires a boat ride.« Hide