Our Small caravan site is affiliated to the Caravan and Motorhome Club and is for CAMC members only.
It is a small site and can take up to a maximum of 5 caravans at any given time.
The site is situated just 350m from our cottage and is a small lawn grass paddock of 1 acre.
We have electric hook-ups, waste disposal and view over the fields to the sea.
The site was established 20 years ago and is very popular with many returning customers every year.
Some of our most valued customers have been coming every year since we opened!!!
Coldingham Village is a historic conservation village in the east of Berwickshire on the south east coast of Scotland.
Coldingham has an award winning blue flag beach, beautiful scenery and is an ideal place to base your holiday in the Scottish Borders
St Abbs with its Nature Reserve and world renowned diving grounds is approx 1.5 miles away.
The village is 2.5 miles from the main A1 and under one hour from Edinburgh our capital city
The Scottish Borders region
Covering about eighteen hundred square miles, the Scottish Borders stretches from the rolling hills and moorland in the west, through gentler valleys to the high agricultural plains of the east, and on to the rocky Berwickshire coastline with its secluded coves and picturesque fishing villages.
In the bright spring months, fresh new growth fills the valleys and forests of the Scottish Borders. Enjoy time to spare with the lure of lighter longer summer days or relax in more mellow shades of autumn when mauves and purples tint the moors. Crunch through the crisp frosts of winter, when early morning mist floats over the lowlands, and the snow capped hills sparkle in the distance. Land and sea, hills and moorland all sit happily side by side. Rivers and paths wind their way through untouched natural beauty whilst the more gentle pace of life subtly relaxes and revives you. Seasonal changes await to delight, every day at every turn.
Turn off the main A1 onto the B6438 after about 2 miles turn left . The reception is at number 2 cottage the second cottage as you turn in. The site is situated 150m further along on the right.
Edinburgh 87 km
Nearest Ferry Port:
Newcastle 127 km
Nearest Railway Station:
Berwick-upon-Tweed 17 km
Quoted Currency: British £
These rates are estimates based on current exchange rates. The rate that you pay may vary depending on the exchange rate that you receive at the time of payment.
Rental rates are for the entire property.
All Year / Pitch
01 Jan 19
31 Dec 19
All Year /Pitch inc Awning
01 Jan 19
31 Dec 19
Electric Hook-up is included.
Awnings are £2.00 per night extra
For availability and bookings please phone:
Tel. 01890 771633
Mob. 07759 069247
*****A first Class CL. Andrew, the owner, is up once or twice a day to empty bins, clean the disposal point and chat to visitors. During our 8 night stay the grass was cut twice and the clippings collected, so not coming in on shoes and paws! The site is meticulously kept and very peaceful & quiet, the perfect place for getting away from it all. TV reception is very good, we got 100+ TV & radio stations and on a Virgin (EE) phone internet speeds were not any different to home. A great deal of time, effort & money has been put into this site and it shows. Highly recommended for all the above reasons and an area of outstanding natural beauty, we will definitely be returning.
We stayed one night here on our way back down from the Highlands. We arrived late so were relieved how easily we could pull up to our pitch straight from the gate. The views down the hill across Coldingham to the sea are lovely. Water and sanitary facilities are easy to access too. Quiet road, so good for the dogs. Walks out to St Abbs head only a short drive away - great tea shop and art gallery there. Highly recommended.
Definitely take this road! We stayed here over the May bank holiday weekend for 4 nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. The site is easy to find and level with fabulous views down to St Abbs, Coldingham and Eyemouth There are two Local pubs within easy walking distance, the more adventurous can walk to the coast and follow the coastal path as we did. The site drains well, it poured one evening for over an hour leaving the lower part of the site a huge lake. By the next day it had drained completely. A must is the restaurant on the harbour at St Abbs. Get there early for a lunchtime treat of Cullen skink. Homebaked cakes and a lovely atmosphere make a fabulous treat. Would definitely return.
Quiet & Peaceful We stayed here in early May for a week and thoroughly enjoyed it. The site is beautifully maintained and very quietly situated with just nothing to disturb the peace. Wonderful sea views. Very close to lots of interesting places - just down the road is St Abbs, a pretty small harbour, but on the way stop at the Scottish National Trust car park and take the walk up the cliff path for spectacular views. Bird life galore Dunbar and Berwick-Upon-Tweed (cheapest fuel in the area is at Asda Berwick) are worth a visit and the coastal road up to Dunbar is much quieter than the main A1. All in all a lovely site 0 replies
Just recently stayed here and throughly enjoyed it. Easy access, quiet and the views are great if your sat in your van, as crops were in the way if sat outside. It is kept immaculate. Would stay here more often if we lived closer.