Self catering holiday accommodation

Holidays in East Lothian, Scotland +44 (0) 1620 671 966

What's on in East Lothian?

Planning your self catering holiday in East Lothian?  There is plenty to do here at all times of the year. East Lothian is the perfect place to visit for a family holiday, romantic weekend away, golfing break  or if you are planning coming for one of our many sporting events throughout the year. Book your accommodation now as it is a busy year!  

Or why not visit the Scottish Sea Bird Centre in North Berwick,  National Museum of Flight, Dirleton Castle, or of course the many fantastic golf courses, including Muirfield in Gullane


Regular Activities

John Muir's Birthplace Holiday Drop-ins

Suggested donation £1 per person. Family drop-in every weekend and weekday throughout the school holidays. Activities include crafts and games.

John Muir's Birthplace Friday Afternoon Children's Workshops

£3.10 per child. Regular stories, games and craft workshops for primary school children. Booking essential. Dates and topics available at John Muir's Birthplace or on Book at John Muir's Birthplace or by phoning 01368 865 899.

Restongrange Museum Trails

Suggested donations £1 per trail sheet. Trails for families become detectives, go on a ghost hunt or have an art attack! Available 7 days a week, April to October, during opening hours.

Prestongrange Museum Guided Tours

Available daily - 1 May - 31 October, 12pm - 3.30pm

£2.15 per person, children under 16 go free

Hear the stories, see the buildings and feel the historic importance of Prsetongrange on this illustrated guided tour, led by our friendly Museum Assistants. The tour lasts approximately one hour, and includes information about the Hoffman Kiln, Pottery and Glassworks area, Beam Engine, Powerhouse and Visitor Centre. This tour truly brings Prestongrange to life! To go on a guided tour, just ask in the Visitor Centre.

John Gray Centre: Explore Our Heritage Collections (Workshops)

Monthly afternoon and evening workshops - FREE

This series of workshops will cover how to get the most out of the John Gray Centre website and the heritage collections held in the building and beyond. From family history research tools to discovering more about your local area, these workshops will help you to get started. Dates and times to be announced - see website details: