East Lothian, Scotland

Yellowcraig Caravan Club Site

Contact Details

Yellowcraig Caravan Club Site
North Berwick
East Lothian
EH39 5DS
Tel 01620 850217
Web www.caravanclub.co.uk

Thursday, 17, Jan 2013 02:42

Sitting next to a beautiful beach, Yellowcraig is a great family caravan site that was voted Best Seaside Caravan Park in 2010 and rightly deserved the award. Children will love exploring the golden beaches and rock pools, while the nearby area is home to a staggering 19 golf courses as well as sailing, windsurfing and other sporty activities. The 13th century Dirleton Castle and Gardens are also close by and make for a great day out.

With 116 pitches available, members and non-members can choose from a range of hardstanding or grass plots and the on-site amenities are of a good standard. A laundry room, toilet block and parent and child washroom are all provided for, as is waste disposal. Pets are welcome too and the surrounding area is great for dog walking.

During off-peak times rates start at £6.35 per pitch with children costing £1.55 and adults £5.60. These prices rise to £8.80, £2.55 and £7.10 per night respectively during the busiest weeks.

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