SEARCH
 

Seacliff Beach, North Berwick

North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, UK


Seacliff beach is a private beach of sand, rock pools, ideal for families and watersports.

The beach includes Seacliff Harbour which is the smallest harbour in the UK. A sheltered spot accessible through a narrow channel, just 2m wide, all blasted out of the red sandstone cliffs. The harbour was constructed in 1890 by Andrew Laidley, the then laird, who used a steam engine and compressed air to cut the stone.

Facilities

Parking available but as this beach is private charges apply for cars, barrier controlled private road.

We have no dog information for Seacliff beach.

Like It? Hate It? Rate it?

If you have been to Seacliff Beach then why not be the first to leave a review!

Add a Beach Review >


Tides & Weather

No tide times available for North Berwick


Photos nearby Seacliff beach


Add Seacliff Beach Review

Summary:Notes: 
Rate for beach, 1 star (bad) to 5 stars (great) for each of the categories.
Location:
Activities:
Families:
Relaxation:

Your review may take up to 6 hours to become active on the website.

×

Add this location to your Bucket

Notes: 
×

 

UK Beaches phone 01442 781091
UK Beaches email info@ukbeaches.guide

©2016 UKBeaches.GUIDE.
All rights reserved

TRAVEL SMARTER

Get exclusive updates with all the latest UK beach and coast news and posts delivered directly to your inbox

STILL LOOKING FOR SOMETHING:

Search format: max 150 characters of: A-Z, a-z, 0-9 - ' space