Bee Edge

Reston Road, Eyemouth, Scottish Borders, TD14 5TJ

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  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Bee Edge Caravan Site is a new CL boasting sea views, hard-standing pitches, a dog excercise area and free WiFi. Our site is located on the outskirkts of a working family farm on the scenic East Berwickshire coast line and the family team of Will, Carol and Alisdair Hamilton welcomes all members (and their pets) to come and enjoy views of rolling farm fields, local wildlife and the North Sea. The CL is a two minute journey from the nearby A1 road with easy access.

Bee Edge Caravan Site includes the following facilities:

  • Easy access off the main road up a wide tarmacked farm road
  • Hardcore road access to each pitch
  • Each pitch has two hard-standing spaces for a motorhome/caravan and a car plus a green space for an awning (no extra charge and breathable ground sheet only)
  • Electrical hook up at each pitch with accompanying motion sensor light
  • Free standard speed WiFi available throughout the site
  • Drinking water points located at each end of the site
  • Dog exercise area to allow your companions to run around
  • Chemical waste disposal point
  • Grey water disposal point
  • Rubbish and recycling disposal point
  • A strong focus on environmental credentials with nearby nature schemes and electricity and provided by a solar PV system

Bee Edge Caravan Site is located on the outskirts of a working family farm and nature trails can be found within 100 metres of the site. Guided farm tours are also available depending on the time of year. The nearby village of Coldingham (5 minutes by car, 15 minutes by foot) boasts two pubs, a butchers, Post Office and convenience store. Trout fishing can also be found at nearby Coldingham Loch and Whinney Loch. Nearby Coldingham Bay also provides a wonderful beach setting for strolls along the shore whilst the picturesque harbour village of St Abbs is well worth a visit along the adjacent St Abbs National Trust nature reserve. The historic market town of Berwick upon Tweed is a 20 minute drive away and provides numerous historic attractions as well as a wealth of amenities. Edinburgh is an hours drive away and Newcastle is a journey of 90 minutes.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
TD14 5TJ
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GPS:
Lat 55.878348 / Lon -2.169727
OS field ref:
NT894650
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Eyemouth and Berwick-upon-Tweed
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Just stayed at Bee Edge for 3 nights , what a lovely site , gorgeous views, freedom for our dog, lots of easy walks, short walk into Coldingham Village and to the beach, loved every minute , internet connection was very good , a brilliant site any time of year

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Wrong place at the wrong time

We arrived at this site by mistake as it shares exactly the same post code as Gallows Law CL and the sat nav took us right to the entrance - so although it didn't seem to match the instructions in the hand book, we set up camp. Unfortunately it was well into the evening before the owner came and pointed out our mistake but said it was OK for us to stay so we paid the £20 fee - way more than the £12 we would have paid at the other site. The pitch backed on to the farm access and it was harvest time, so although I appreciate it is a working farm and there was work to do, we found it far too noisy. The owner was working the field right behind our van way into the night - so we had loud noise and bright lights shining into the van all evening and even after we had gone to bed. The views are lovely so maybe another time of year would be better however, we felt it was too expensive for a CL with no toilet or shower, the hard standing sloped, the hose on the chemical waste was about 3' too short, there was no provision for glass recycling although we were given directions to the nearest bottle bank and we told there was wifi and given a code - but the signal was too weak to get a connection.
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A Lovely Up and Coming CL

This CL is a new addition, however it is easy to see that a lot of thought has gone on to set it up from the start. Each pitch is spacious and there is even a small run for the dogs. The view is a clear unobstructed view across the field and out to sea. The owner was very welcoming and informative and even allowed us to stay later then normal to watch the Rugby.
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Excellent new CL

Found this with no issues. Pitches are wide and well spaced. Power, water and wastes are all to hand. Dog walk a useful touch. The open views are great. We cycled to St Abbs but it's a bit of a hill coming back! To walk via fields etc would take a good hour. Ideal base for walking, possibly better for a caravan with car as parking in St Abbs is very difficult with a motorhome. Walk or cycle are fine. Owner called for the fee very friendly and helpful.
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Beautiful C.L. with amazing views!

We have just returned from a lovely two night stay at Bee Edge. It was a last minute decision to travel to the Boarders from Derbyshire, we rang on Saturday morning and arrived Saturday evening. The views are lovely, especially watching the harvest being brought in. The site is well laid out with large pitches, and all have the wonderful view. It is great to see that Bee Edge are investing in Solar power too. We will return and it will be great to see the site mature. Thank you for a wonderful stay.
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