Easily combing a wealth of formidable castles and beautiful coastline: a scenic tour focussing on history, architecture and the environment.
Those interested in history, architecture and the environment.
Dirleton Castle is a fine example of a fortified medieval residence in the beautiful village of Dirleton. Within its walls are colourful gardens including the world’s largest herbaceous border.
A short and scenic drive along the coast brings you to North Berwick and the Scottish Seabird Centre. This 5 star wildlife attraction invites you to experience nesting seabirds and marine mammals without disturbing their natural habitat. You can even take a breathtaking boat trip to the iconic Bass Rock.
Complementing Dirleton Castle is the mighty Tantallon, set atop the cliffs on the Firth of Forth and with stunning views of the Bass Rock. Tantallon was the seat of the Douglas Earls of Angus one of the most powerful families in Scotland.
Dirleton Castle, The Scottish Seabird Centre and Tantallon Castle.
Dirleton and North Berwick
One to one and a half days
Easy/Moderate. No wheelchair access to Tantallon Castle, grounds accessible
You can select where you want to go from the suggestions above or choose to visit them all. Advance booking is recommended; please contact each attraction direct to book and for the best available group offers.
Contact Andrew Spratt. Telephone. 01620 850 330
Telephone 01620 890202.
Contact Ian Milne. Telephone 01620 892 727