The Spyglass, a top floor flat is sunny, spacious and centrally located . North Berwick and Glen championship golf courses and the children’s course all within easy walking distance, as are wide sandy beaches, the Scottish Seabird Centre, the Harbour, and Yacht Club, tennis courts, and putting greens. Explore the Bass Rock the world’s largest island gannet colony, take a boat trip, and enjoy superb sailing surfing and walking. Walk to the wealth of shops and great restaurants in the town. The position is ideal for exploring East Lothian’s 400 miles of beaches and 19 golf courses. Muirfield and Gullane 1, 2 and 3 are a 10 min drive and Edinburgh and The Festival 40 minutes (or 30 minutes by regular train.) The “Spyglass” retains period charm but enjoys full modern amenities. Well equipped, offering a bright hallway, refurbished kitchen/breakfast room, large living/dining room, open fire, 3 twin bedrooms (one en-suite bathroom) Further shower room and WC.
Shared rear garden and parking
Accommodation Summary : The Spyglass accessed from the High Street at the front or Kirkports at the rear, has an entrance from the stairs leading to a sunny hallway with cupola, which allows natural light to shine in.
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North Berwick and Surrounding Area North Berwick is a busy seaside town well loved for family holidays, golf and activity holidays alike. Many of its visitors return year after year to enjoy its warmth and hospitality. Families spend time on the town s two sandy beaches, or putting on the greens, sailing, surfing, visiting The Bass Rock and May Island by boat or simply watching the world go by !.
Bird watching is of keen interest in the area as The Bass Rock is home to the world’s largest island gannetry while puffins abound on May Island. For those wishing to travel, the picturesque villages of Gullane and Aberlady are within easy reach by car and public transport.
Golf is a major attraction across the coast of East Lothian with numerous links courses available, a number of them qualifiers for the British Open. The Ladies amateur Open takes place in 2010 in nearby Archerfield. For those who prefer sailing the East Lothian Yacht club, a stone’s throw from the apartment is a must.
Reccommended Bars Restaurants and Pubs There are a wealth of bars, cafes, and restaurants in the town, from simple cafes serving light lunches such as The Buttercup Cafe, to traditional pubs, such as The Auld House and Ship, to more cosmopolitan ones such as The Nether Abbey. Restaurants include two Italian, an Indian a Thai, a Chinese, a fish and seafood, and one offering modern cuisine.
The Edinburgh Festival 2010 The 2010 festival runs from 2 August to 6 September. Edinburgh is taken over by street theatre, plays, exhibitions, music, and dance. Venues across the city are converted to become temporary homes for plays, comedies, satire, and the like. The city buzzes with visitors many of whom simply sit in the alfresco cafes and bars watching the vibrant street entertainment. The city is a mere 30 minutes from the apartment using the regular train service from North Berwick Station