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Famous for it's internationally renowned Golf Coast, Bass Rock and the John Muir Way there's more to East Lothian than you may expect. 

Below is a small sample of the heritage the area (and surrounding areas) have to offer - with some of the offering free access.


Seton Castle

Located approx. 300 yards from the accomodation Seton Castle can be accessed via the biodivesity area.  A popular retreat for Mary Queen of Scots the castle was Robert Adam's final project in Scotland.

The property is adjacent to Seton Collegiate Church which is now in the care of Historic Scotland.

Preston Grange Industrial Heritage Museum

For over 400 years Prestongrange was a focus of industry. A harbour, glass works, pottery, colliery and brickworks have all left their marks on the landscape including winding gear, a vast brick kiln and a Cornish beam engine. Cradled by woodland the site is now a haven for wildlife where you can explore these monumental relics of Scotland's industrial heritage.

Preston Grange Industrial Heritage Museu
Scottish Seabird Centre

Scottish Seabird Centre

Scotland is internationally renowned for shorebirds, seabirds, sea mammals, coastal mammals and coastal plants.  Scotland's marine environment is exceptional and diverse. Over 18,000km of coastline, more than 900 islands, and around 61% of the UK's seas Scotland is home to more than 6,500 species of animals and plants.

National Museum of Flight

Learn about the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day and immerse yourself in interactive galleries, supersonic experiences and the historic hangars and airfield. Get on board Scotland's Concorde to discover what transatlantic flight was like for its passengers and crew and learn more about its supersonic legacy.

National Museum of Flight
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