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Private owned beach to east of Dunbar up coast from Tantallon. Half mile beach with tiny harbour, two castles and old house to explore.

The joy of Seacliff Beach is its privacy and all the places to scout out. Walk East along the shore and visit Tantallon, walk west and inland and visit the old ruined mansion of Seacliff House that largely burnt down in 1907. There is the odd and quirky little Seacliff Harbour, the smallest harbour in the UK or St Baldred's Beacon, a large cross that commemorates the 8th century hermit. 

Something to suit all the family! 

Travel Directions to Seacliff Beach

Turn off the A198 and follow signs. There is car parking and coin operated turn styles which keep the riff raff away!

Nearby Castles

  • Auldhame Castle

    Ruined L Plan Tower with little history known. Can be walked up to and is usually empty and quiet

  • Leuchie House

    18C mansion built by Sir Hew Dalrymple over an earlier building. After completion, the building was largely unoccupied. Today provides short term care for MS sufferers. Has a fine painting collection but not open except by appointment.

  • Bass Rock Castle

    Unoccupied volcanic rock in the Firth of Forth that is home to an important breeding colony of Gannets. Can be visited by boat trip.

  • Tantallon Castle

    Tantallon Castle sits three miles east of North Berwick, off the A198. The mid-14th-century ruins perch dramatically on the edge of the cliffs, looking out to the Bass Rock.

  • Seacliff House

    1750s house with varied history largely destroyed by fire at beginning of 1905 behind Seacliff Beach. Fun to visit.

  • Seacliff Tower

    Ruined probably C16 tower house in exposed position on cliff. Walkable from east end of Seacliff beach.

  • Innerwick Castle

    Old ruined 14th century castle that was destroyed in 1548. Open to public

Nearby Ancient Monuments

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