Lettings of DistinctionEnjoy the beauty of East Lothian during Easter break East Lothian stretches over the Eastern coastline nestled between Edinburgh, the Scottish Borders and Midlothian. It is home to the historical coastal towns of Dunbar, North Berwick, Gullane and Aberlady, and the inland towns of East Linton, Haddington, Dirleton and Tranent. Each town provides a friendly charm, with farmers’ markets attracting locals and visitors alike to sample homegrown produce and unique flavours. Easter in North Berwick The most well-known East Lothian town is North Berwick, also known as ‘Biarritz of the North’. From award-winning butchers to boutique stores, North Berwick’s shops weave through the town, providing ample opportunities for purchasing stunning works of local art and handicrafts. Take your time to explore and you’ll discover the friendliest boutiques and welcoming stores selling interesting wine, eye-catching antiques and Scottish-inspired memories to take home. --------------- Luxury holiday homes in North Berwick Discover the delights of North Berwick when you stay with loved ones at one of our large holiday homes. Whether you are visiting East Lothian with a group of family or friends, Westend Place provides an excellent base for exploring the town’s shops, eateries and golf courses. For a memorable seaside Easter holiday, choose The Beach House, boasting an enviable position on Milsey Bay and panoramic sea views. --------------- Indulge in top East Lothian Food and Drink Once you’re ready to relax, you’ll be spoiled for bakers, bistros and restaurants to provide sustenance for you and your family. From freshly caught seafood, to farm-cooked local recipes and world-class Michelin star restaurants, East Lothian offers food to suit all visitors. No matter when you visit, it’s worth booking your table in the restaurants to guarantee your place. Exploring Golf in East Lothian When visiting East Lothian during the Easter period, be sure to indulge in a round of golf on its renowned courses such as Gullane, Archerfield, and Castle Park. Boasting a total of 21 courses across the county, East Lothian offers a diverse range of options suitable for golfers of all levels and experiences. --------------- Book an East Lothian golf break For golf lovers planning an Easter holiday, Lettings of Distinction have several excellent holiday homes to choose from. Pointgarry is a golfer’s dream, located on the 18th fairway of North Berwick’s West Links. Try your hand at this fantastic course, or relax and watch life pass you by with views to the coast and beyond. Seaview Loft, situated in Dunbar, is another great choice for enjoying East Lothian golf at Easter, with Dunbar Golf Club located a short distance away. --------------- Connect with wildlife in East Lothian The East Lothian landscape is stunning, with historic castles and prominent islands punctuating the coastline. Perhaps the most impressive of these is Bass Rock off the North Berwick coast, home to a wide range of birdlife including guillemots and razorbills as well as other wildlife such as grey seals. For visitors during the Easter holidays, there is the opportunity to see puffins, which nest on Bass Rock along with several other species. The Scottish Seabird Centre is a fascinating site to visit and allows the opportunity to explore wildlife through live camera feeds and even boat trips to the islands in the Firth of Forth. Family Easter holidays in East Lothian For guests spending the Easter holiday at one of our family-friendly holiday homes, there is fun to be had across the county. From hiking with alpacas to flying kites on East Lothian’s beaches, an Easter holiday in our region is sure to be a memorable one. There are also plenty of attractions to discover such as the Museum of Flight, or historical sites a little further afield in Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh.

Visit East Lothian and North Berwick over Easter

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East Lothian offers an unforgettable experience for all ages.

North Berwick, East Lothian (© Visit Scotland)
North Berwick, East Lothian
© Visit Scotland

Enjoy your Easter break in one of the most beautiful locations in Scotland.

Vegetable stall at a farmers' market (© Kate Asplin on Unsplash)
Vegetable stall at a farmers' market
© Kate Asplin on Unsplash

Each town provides a unique friendly charm, with farmers’ markets attracting locals and visitors alike.

Enjoy the beauty of East Lothian during Easter break

East Lothian stretches over the Eastern coastline nestled between Edinburgh, the Scottish Borders and Midlothian.

It is home to the historical coastal towns of Dunbar, North Berwick, Gullane and Aberlady, and the inland towns of East Linton, Haddington, Dirleton and Tranent.

Each town provides a friendly charm, with farmers’ markets attracting locals and visitors alike to sample homegrown produce and unique flavours. 

Easter in North Berwick

The most well-known East Lothian town is North Berwick, also known as ‘Biarritz of the North’.

From award-winning butchers to boutique stores, North Berwick’s shops weave through the town, providing ample opportunities for purchasing stunning works of local art and handicrafts. 

Take your time to explore and you’ll discover the friendliest boutiques and welcoming stores selling interesting wine, eye-catching antiques and Scottish-inspired memories to take home. 

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Luxury holiday homes in North Berwick

Discover the delights of North Berwick when you stay with loved ones at one of our large holiday homes.

Whether you are visiting East Lothian with a group of family or friends, Westend Place provides an excellent base for exploring the town’s shops, eateries and golf courses.

For a memorable seaside Easter holiday, choose The Beach House, boasting an enviable position on Milsey Bay and panoramic sea views.

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Indulge in top East Lothian Food and Drink

Once you’re ready to relax, you’ll be spoiled for bakers, bistros and restaurants to provide sustenance for you and your family. 

From freshly caught seafood, to farm-cooked local recipes and world-class Michelin star restaurants, East Lothian offers food to suit all visitors. 

No matter when you visit, it’s worth booking your table in the restaurants to guarantee your place. 

Exploring Golf in East Lothian

When visiting East Lothian during the Easter period, be sure to indulge in a round of golf on its renowned courses such as Gullane, Archerfield, and Castle Park.

Boasting a total of 21 courses across the county, East Lothian offers a diverse range of options suitable for golfers of all levels and experiences.

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Book an East Lothian golf break

For golf lovers planning an Easter holiday, Lettings of Distinction have several excellent holiday homes to choose from.

Pointgarry is a golfer’s dream, located on the 18th fairway of North Berwick’s West Links. Try your hand at this fantastic course, or relax and watch life pass you by with views to the coast and beyond.

Seaview Loft, situated in Dunbar, is another great choice for enjoying East Lothian golf at Easter, with Dunbar Golf Club located a short distance away.

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Connect with wildlife in East Lothian

The East Lothian landscape is stunning, with historic castles and prominent islands punctuating the coastline.

Perhaps the most impressive of these is Bass Rock off the North Berwick coast, home to a wide range of birdlife including guillemots and razorbills as well as other wildlife such as grey seals.

For visitors during the Easter holidays, there is the opportunity to see puffins, which nest on Bass Rock along with several other species. 

The Scottish Seabird Centre is a fascinating site to visit and allows the opportunity to explore wildlife through live camera feeds and even boat trips to the islands in the Firth of Forth. 

Family Easter holidays in East Lothian

For guests spending the Easter holiday at one of our family-friendly holiday homes, there is fun to be had across the county.

From hiking with alpacas to flying kites on East Lothian’s beaches, an Easter holiday in our region is sure to be a memorable one.

There are also plenty of attractions to discover such as the Museum of Flight, or historical sites a little further afield in Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh.

Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick (© Visit Scotland)
Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick
© Visit Scotland

With nature, food and wildlife to explore, East Lothian is the perfect destination for your next Easter break.

Book a Lettings of Distinction luxury holiday home with us today - we look forward to welcoming you.

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