We booked a Hardstanding Pitch with EHU, good value at only £12 per night.
Touring area was not great, our Pitch was poor and I found it unusual that the EHU and the water supply were back to back on a piece of plywood! The toilets were clean, showers were good with plenty of hot water.
Location was excellent, Eyemouth is a friendly town, good independent Butchers, Bakers and a Co-op. Lovely fish and chips. Enjoyed feeding the Seals at the harbour.
Excellent Coastal walks, St. Abbs and Coldingham Bay lovely.
Not an area we have visted in our 7 years with our tourer. However, found Eyemouth to be very pleasant. Stunning cliff top walks in the area, in both directions, Eyemouth to Burnmouth, or Eyemouth to St. Abb's complimented by some beautiful weather while we were there. Coldingham bay is just beautiful, with honey coloured sands, idyllic really, and if you have children, just the best safe beach ever. The caravan site is well laid out with mostly residential vans, but a small ' circular coralle' for 14 tourers. This was well maintained with the grass cut and a central small brick barbecue area - for the use of. Toilet block and showers were a wee bit old but very clean and totally adequate and while we were there, I don't think we met anyone at all in the toilet or shower area, so no queues! Club on site, we had a look but didn't visit as we don't have kids and 'Sparkie' wasn't our scene. All in all we had a great week here -and it was very cheap- only downside is - we had very heavy rain overnight at the end of our week and our pitch was very, very flooded. There was nothing we could do but sit it out till the rain went off and we could pack up the awning and go home, more than a bit soggy Ha! Would we go back! - yes, my pictures of the sea-life, cliff walks and of Pettico Wick (400million years in the making) are definitely worth another visit.
Love this site, only problem is its position at the top of a steep hill, which no one can change. 14 touring pitches which are well spaced out. Toilet block pretty basic but immaculate. Small playpark for the kids. Sparkys Krew offered great entertainment day and night for the kids. We only paid 35pound for the 3 nights and it was well worth it. Eyemouth itself is a lovely fishing village, your entertainment passes allow you into the swimming pool free, there is also an amusement arcade on the front and a small supermarket in the village. One thing to bear in mind are the steep cliffs which are quite dangerous but plenty of signs on site warning of the dangers. This was not our first visit to this site and we will definitely be back next year.
We pre-booked and stayed for 3 nights, but should have checked prices first! We paid 33 pounds per night for a basic pitch which was littered with cigarette ends. Can't get on pitch until 2pm and have to be off by 10am - surely enough time to ensure a clean, weed-free pitch. The toilets, although clean enough, are in serious need of an update. We love Eyemouth and feel disappointed in the site. Only 3 other tourers on site while we were there (I think the price will put people off). People expect more for their money! Sad, but I think the owners will need a re-think to encourage people back.
This is a fantastic site, staff are very friendly at reception and very helpful. John at the Bar & Restaurant is a great chap along with his staff making you so welcome and full of patter. May I say the campsite is very clean and tidy along with the toilets washing up unit and showers. The bar and restaurant prices are very reasonable. The views you get from the campsite are excellent but if you go for a walk along the cliff tops and you have children with you be very careful. There is a good range of shops in the area along with a great swimming pool.
I will certainly be back. A magic site you wont be disappointed.
Caravan site was really nice, touring pitches well spaced out, 14 touring pitches in total. 1 toilet block for tourers, quite enough though, showers (2), spotlessly clean, no queues. Went into village of Eyemouth, fish & chip shops, chinese takeaways excellent. Fed the seals at the bay, great for the kids. View from campsite is excellent and really beautiful. Weather was great apart from 1 night, high winds, next morning excellent again. Playpark / complex for kids really good, only thing you cannot see the playpark from the touring caravans, but only 2 mins walk away. The only down thing I found was the price of the drinks in the complex, £2.75 for a pint, £2.65 half and coke, £2.00 for a kids fruit shoot.
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