Situated on a spectacular headland with superb coastal views to St Abbs Head, the Park overlooks a wide sweep of sandy beach to the seaside resort and fishing port of Eyemouth.
Just a short walk in to the town and you can enjoy a free session in the local indoor pool. Back on the park play games on the all-weather sports court then relax with a drink in Killies Lounge as you plan what to see and where to go the following day. On weekends, see occasional visiting cabaret in the Driftwood Complex.
Free use of local indoor swimming pool
Driftwood Complex with Entertainment and Widescreen TV
All weather Sports court
Whatever your interest, from fishing to mountain biking or golf to history, Eyemouth is the ideal base to enjoy any activity you fancy, at your leisure. Visit our website for more information on the array of leisure activities available close to the Park.
Coastal and Countryside Walks in Conservation Area, Outdoor play area, Scuba diving close by, Launderette, Newly refurbished indoor pool nearby, Pool table, Entertainment, Supermarket nearby, Nearest village 500 metres.
Based on 3 review(s)
GLASGOW 13 Jun 2015
We have visited this site for a week every year since 2011 and have never been disappointed.The site is lovely and staff very helpful. Eyemouth itself is a great base for visiting surrounding areas. The cliff walk starting at the caravan site to Coldingham Bay and on to St. Abbs has stunning views. Also the walk to Lighthouse at St Abbs Head scenery takes your breath away.
n ayrshire 29 May 2012
we visited this site for our annual break we booked for one week then decided to stay for a further week as it was ideal for visiting surrounding area we enjoyed the first week but the second we were on the spare pitch right beside the toilet and the bins so could not sit out in the sun so was rather dissapopinted about that so we will not hurry back
Property manager response (30 May 2012)
Hi Adam, we are sorry that you had to move pitch for your second week. If you do come back to us you can request to be on the pitch you were for your first week's holiday. This way you will be happy and can sit out side your pitch. We hope we see you back again in the future.
LOTHIAN 06 Jan 2010
Visited with our tourer and found the staff to be very helpful. The site itself was slightly dated in parts and could do with a tidy up. Facilities were o.k. and prices in the on-site bar were reasonable. Some childrens entertainment was available and the cabaret in the lounge was passable. I do not agree with the policy of squeezing tourers onto areas outside and in-between statics when the tourer area is full, it not only looks untidy but would annoy me if I was one of the owners of the adjacent statics. A reasonable site but we would not hurry back.
Eyemouth Holiday Park, Borders, Scotland
The Past 15 Apr 2003
** This review was originally posted by Miss T from Edinburgh. **
We thought Eyemouth was a beautiful park with spectacular coastal scenery. It was a perfect base for exploring the surrounding area.
The Past 15 Apr 2003
** This review was originally posted by Mr S from Blyth. **
Our caravan was fantastic - well equipped, clean, comfortable and with the most wonderful sea views.