Here you will come across our slection of hotels in Eyemouth, which is a small town and parish in Berwickshire, in the Scottish Borders.
The town's name is derrived from its location at the mouth of the Eye Water. The Berwickshire coastline consists of high cliffs over deep clear water, with sandy coves and picturesque harbours. Eyemouth is also a fishing port, which celebrates an annual Herring Queen Festival. Notable buildings in the town include Gunsgreen House and a cemetery watch house built to stand guard against the Resurrectionists (body snatchers). Many of the features of a traditional fishing village are preserved in the narrow streets and vennels - giving shelter from the sea and well suited to the smuggling tradition of old.
Eyemouth is not far from the attractive small villages of Ayton, Reston, St. Abbs, Coldingham, and Burnmouth. The coast offers opportunities for birdwatching, walking, fishing and diving. Eyemouth houses the World of Boats, a remarkable collection of almost 400 boats and 300 models from across the world and from many periods. Most prominent is the 1834 Steam powered puddled iron Drag Dredger, 'Bertha', by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, which is undergoing restoration at the head of the Old Harbour.
The new 18 hole golf course and Club House have sea views. Accommodation includes several hotels, B&Bs, and a holiday park. Check our Eyemouth Hotels Comparison Page to review ratings and availability. Also see our Scotland Tour Scedule's page to know more about our latest ones. If you want to try out your stay in our selected self-catering Cottages, that too is here.