Holiday Rental Accommodation

North Berwick, Scotland

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Whitehaven holiday rental accommodation is located close to the west beach in the charming seaside town of North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland.

This spacious upper apartment property has recently been refurbished to a high standard and the accommodation comprises the lounge, kitchen/diner as well as two comfortable bedrooms and a large shower room, and an additional WC. There is a small outdoor courtyard with table and chairs and barbeque for outdoor entertainment.

Located at the top end of the main street in North Berwick, Whitehaven is a short walk to the beach and only a couple of minutes from the bustling seaside town center, brimming with boutique shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes, coffee houses and bars. This is a fabulous place to relax and watch the world go by with easy access to the east and west beach and located 2 minutes away from the premier golf course at North Berwick Golf Club.

North Berwick is situated close to Edinburgh and the numerous links golf courses of Scotland’s Golf Coast.


This bright airy lounge has two large sofas which create a comfortable retreat where you can socialise, or just relax and watch television or read a book.


This is a spacious kitchen with dining area perfect for entertaining or simply relaxing. It is well-equipped with stylish kitchen units, oven, microwave, extractor, central block, washing machine and dishwasher.


Whitehaven has two generous and stylishly decorated double bedrooms, one with a double bed, and the second with twin beds and an additional fold away bed.

Entrance Hall & Stair

Entry is gained to the accommodation via a private stairway and hall accessible from the courtyard at the rear of the building.

Shower Room & WC

There is a separate vintage wc as well as the main family shower room with modern suite.

Gone to the Beach

North Berwick’s west beach is 1 minute away.

Courtyard Garden

A delightful paved courtyard bordered with flowers and shrubs with table and chairs, and a barbeque and fire pit for outdoor entertaining.

Beach, Sea, Golf

From the back of the apartment you can look across the west golf course of North Berwick, over the west beach and out to sea.

Accommodation Features



There is Wi-Fi throughout the accommodation with fast broadband access to the internet


The accommodation sleeps 5, comprising 1 Queen Bed, 2 Single Beds, 1 Fold Away Bed.

Private Garden

Private courtyard garden area with table and chairs. The ideal location on a beautiful evening for a barbeque.

Kid Friendly

The accommodation is suitable for children under 5

No Smoking


Pets Not Allowed



Verified reviewer

“Perfect for family weekend away”

We booked this letting for a long weekend for a friends wedding and it exceeded our expectations. We were greeted warmly by Gareth on arrival and shown around. We arrived to a very neat and beautiful flat. Our 18 month old daughter loved running around it and exploring. The location was perfect for us to take the little one on walks to the beach and handy for the shops on the main street. Had a great weekend, would love to come back and explore North Berwick and the surrounding area more.

Verified reviewer


Fantastic property that’s fully equipped for all your needs. Felt like a proper home from home and catered for all my needs with my 3 year old twins. Will definitely return for a future visit and can 100% recommend to anyone considering visiting the glorious east coast.


Images from North Berwick and surrounding area… click on an image to view large.


Our tips for places to go and things to do while staying in North Berwick.
Boat Trips
Regular boat trips are available from the harbour at North Berwick to the Bass Rock, and other islands in the Firth of Forth.
Scottish Seabird Centre
An interactive wildlife adventure in North Berwick with Discovery Centre, gift shop, cafe and seasonal boat trips. A Scottish five-star visitor attraction.
Scotland’s Golf Coast boasts 22 courses in an 11 mile radius, making this the ultimate golf destination. There are two golf courses in the town of North Berwick itself, the West Links and the Glen Golf Club, and numerous others in the surrounding area, such as Muirfield, Gullane, The Renaissance Club to name but a few. There are also two 18-hole putting greens and a Golfing Heritage Trail to follow through the town.
North Berwick has it very own 18 hole putting greens that are kept in immaculate condition. The are three courses, two at the East Links and one at the West links.
North Berwick Tennis Club was founded in 1920 and has over 350 members who enjoy social and competitive tennis for all ages. They are hosts to the annual East Lothian Open that draws in over 400 competitors from around the world. Whether you’ve never played before, you play tennis socially or play competitively, you’ll get a warm welcome at NBTC.  At NBTC they have 6 all weather polymer courts, so you can play all year round. So if you’re thinking of coming back into tennis, want to learn or play competitive tennis, why not give them a try!
East Lothian Yacht Club, based in North Berwick, is a major club on the Firth of Forth enjoying fabulous sailing waters and great club facilities. The club hosts many national and international sailing events.
Fringe by the Sea
The Fringe by the Sea aims to be the best small scale, multi artform festival in Scotland, during one week in August.
Coast to Coast Surf School (and surf hire) is based just along the coast at Dunbar.  Coast to Coast has grown a reputation across Scotland for high-quality surf and adventure sports teaching, with a team of experienced instructors offering a wide range of quality lessons and courses in the sports of Surfing, Bodyboarding, Stand Up Paddling and Coasteering.
Bike hire is available in the town at ‘Law Bikes’.
North Berwick has a variety of fishing close at hand. Good Sea fishing is available from many locations along the nearby coast, and boats are available for sea fishing trips from North Berwick or Dunbar. Trout fishing is available on the River Tyne which runs through East Lothian and enters the sea between North Berwick and Dunbar. Bank Trout fishing is also available at Markle Lochs, 7 miles outside North Berwick.
Yellowcraig Beach

Yellowcraig is a natural cove beach with spectacular views to the 1885 lighthouse on Fidra Island, the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson famous tale Treasure Island. It is a popular family beach, which offers a nature trail, barbecue site (which must be pre-booked with the council) and a network of footpaths through the sheltered woodlands and extensive grassland. There is a dog walk away from the beach where dog bins are provided and the beach is good for horse riding too. There are good pubs and restaurants in Dirleton. And the village also boasts a castle, managed by Historic Scotland, with superb gardens, in fact the castle gardens hold the World Record for the longest herbaceous flower bed!

North Berwick Law
A 613-foot (187 m) volcanic hill which rises above the town, with a Napoleonic era signal station and a whale’s jawbone “arch” at the summit. From the top, you get a great vantage point with fantastic views across the town, East Lothian, the Firth of Forth and beyond.
One of North Berwick’s main attractions, the east and west beaches have golden sands, rock pools, and a tide-filled boating pond/paddling pool on the East Sands. Beach Wheelchairs

Beach Wheelchairs is a charity that loans specially designed wheelchairs to people with physical disabilities, they provide beach wheelchairs for children and adults and a beach walker for loan free of charge from our Beach Hut at North Berwick Harbour.  These wheelchairs mean that people can get onto the sand at the beach and be included in activities with their family and friends – something that is nearly impossible in a standard wheelchair. 

Seacliff Beach
Seacliff beach sits Just to the east of the town, an entry fee is charged at this private and largely unspoilt beach and estate.
Tantallon: Tantallon Castle is a semi-ruined mid-14th-century fortress, located 3 miles east of North Berwick, in East Lothian, Scotland. It sits atop a promontory opposite the Bass Rock, looking out onto the Firth of Forth. It was the last medieval curtain wall castle to be constructed in Scotland. Tantallon comprises a single wall blocking off the headland, with the other three sides naturally protected by sea cliffs Dirleton: Dirleton Castle is a medieval fortress in the village of Dirleton, East Lothian, Scotland. It lies around 2 miles west of North Berwick, and around 19 miles east of Edinburgh. The oldest parts of the castle date to the 13th century, and it was abandoned by the end of the 17th century. Hailes Castle: Hailes Castle is a mainly 14th century castle about a mile and a half south-west of East Linton, East Lothian, Scotland. This castle, which has a fine riverside setting, belonged to the Hepburn family during the most important centuries of its existence. The castle was founded as a fortified tower house by Hugo de Gourlay before 1300, making it one of the oldest constructions of its kind in Scotland. It is open to the public without charge at all reasonable times.
Bass Rock
The Bass Rock, or simply the Bass, is an island in the outer part of the Firth of Forth in the east of Scotland. Approximately a mile offshore, and 3 miles north-east of North Berwick, it is a steep-sided volcanic rock, 351 ft at its highest point, and is home to a large colony of gannets. The rock is uninhabited, but historically has been settled by an early Christian hermit, and later was the site of an important castle, which was later used as a prison.  The Bass Rock Lighthouse was constructed on the rock in 1902, and the remains of an ancient chapel survive.
Fidra (Treasure) Island
Fidra is an uninhabited island in the Firth of Forth, 2.5 miles north-west of North Berwick, on the east coast of Scotland. The island is an RSPB Scotland nature reserve. Robert Louis Stevenson often visited the beaches at the area known today as Yellowcraig and it is said that he based his map of Treasure Island on the shape of Fidra.
John Muir Way
The John Muir Way, a scenic walking and cycling route, passes through the town, and links Edinburgh to the Scottish borders, following the lovely East Lothian coast.
National Museum of Flight
National Museum of Flight, situated on a disused WWII airfield at East Fortune, just a few miles outside North Berwick. The museum has a large collection of aeroplanes from WW1 to present day, and includes a chance to get a look inside a Concorde.
Preston Mill
An idyllic 18th-century water mill with a Dutch-style distinctive conical roof kiln. Preston Mill is extremely popular with artists and photographers. Preston Mill was used commercially until 1959 and was the region’s last working watermill. Guided tours reveal the gruelling nature of the miller’s work, from heavy lifting to dealing with floods, mice and dust.
Train Station
North Berwick has its own train station literally 3 minutes from Whitehaven. A 30 minute train journey takes you directly into the centre of Edinburgh with easy and instant access to all of its attractions and numerous festivals, such as the Edinburgh International Festival, The Fringe, The Film Festival, The Book Festival and the Science Festival to name but a few.

From Edinburgh you then have easy train access for trips further afield.



Contact Us

If you would like to get in touch, please use either the telephone number or the email address shown below:

Call us on Tel No.: 07736 959312