Templehall

Coldingham, Eyemouth, Scottish Borders, TD14 5QA

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

  • Wonderful sea views of Berwickshire coastline only 1.5 miles to the beach.
  • Quiet and secluded but only 0.5 mile to shops and restaurant.
  • Lots of local walks and 1 mile from St Abbs Head Nature Reserve.
  • Superfast Wifi recently installed. 
  • Electric Hook ups on site.
  • 5 Serviced pitches.

Andrew Dickson looks forward to welcoming you to his CL.

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Facilities on site ...

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

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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TD14 5QA
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Lat 55.883736 / Lon -2.167887
OS field ref:
NT897656
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  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Train station within 5 miles

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A Very Well Maintained Site

Templehall
Having not visited this area for some considerable time, I was delighted to have booked in at Templehall CL. Andrew is an exceedingly attentive host as he is nearly always doing some work on site. The whole grass site is immaculately kept and he deserves a lot of credit for his hard earned work. All pitches are super pitches with individual water tap and grey water points. Apart from the odd tractor passing (remember, it is the country!), it is absolute peace and quiet with views out to the sea in the distance. What more can you want? Nearby is Coldingham, St Abbs and Eyemouth, all with their own beauty and the local beach in Coldingham is very sheltered with plenty walks nearby. I'll be back.

WAW

from Kinross-shire

Reviewed on 15/08/2022 16:08

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Well worth the wait

Templehall
We stayed here for the first time for 7 nights and did not want to leave Jeanette and Andrew were great hosts, nothing was too much trouble. Lovely site clean well kept so peaceful lovely views. The grass is perfectly short Bin area is kept clean and everything labelled you could walk to village which has a couple of pubs and you could walk to st Abbs from village we were lazy drove to village and walked from there you can either walk roadway which after few minutes the path goes behind a hedge, or if you go down by side of butchers you can go through the woods. Went to sea houses to catch boat to farne island to see the puffins. If you want to walk to st abbs head can go from the national trust car park at st abbs that’s a lovely walk and the person at the national trust info centre was really helpful coffee shop there was really nice. The chip shop by the harbour at Eyemouth was really good and we are picky lovely ice cream parlour next door. Take all this with a pinch of salt as we don’t want to have it all booked next year before we book ours 😂😂Jeanette and Andrew thanks for a lovely week see you again

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Reviewed on 28/06/2022 19:02

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Don’t be put off by the review about the noise from the grass cutting

Templehall
I have little to add to previous reviews except I think I must comment on the noise from the grass cutting mentioned in a previous review. We stayed for three nights and the grass cutter was in operation for two of the three afternoons we were on site. However, to put the impact in context, I fell asleep whilst the grass cutting was in progress ! That’s how intrusive it was ! Do not let it put you off the site because you will miss a gem - a beautifully laid out and spacious site, very well maintained ( especially the grass ! ) and within easy reach to an absolute gem of a sandy beach which is about half an hour’s walk there ( longer coming back because it is all uphill ) or just a few minutes by car. It was the end of May and just a few people on the beach. Our dog loved it but note that dogs have to be on a lead on the beach between June and September. Although there is no off-road dog walk nearby, I found the road outside site perfectly ok for off-lead dog walking; it is straight with hardly any traffic on and it is so quiet ( notwithstanding the grass cutter ! ) that you can always hear when cars are anywhere near.

David Gosling

Motorhomer from Durham

Reviewed on 27/05/2022 14:14

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As good as it gets

Templehall
A lovely flat grass field with views over the surrounding countryside and out to sea. We were met on arrival by Andrew who is a friendly host. He spent time with us settling in and supplied us with an extra length of hose so that we could take advantage of the individual pitch drain and forget about grey water disposal. Each large pitch has individual water supply and the free wifi and 16A hookup is brilliant. The site is kept in immaculate condition and despite the lack of a shower block does not detract from the fact that this is a good value facility in todays terms. A 1 km ten minute walk takes you into the historic village of Coldingham with a good butchers and Spar and two good pubs. There are many good walks around the immediate are. We didn't touch the car for the whole week. Another 15 minutes walk take you down to Coldingham Sands. I've been around and I think that this is one of the best blue flag family beaches in the world. Easy coastal walks start from her along a spectacular coast line. Or stay put and enjoy the soft sand, beach cafe , toilets and lifeguarded water sports. I see the previous review about noise from grass cutting. You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs. The grass is well maintained for sure but I would doubt that it is maintained as described. It certainly won't stop us returning in summer.

jamtart

Reviewed on 14/04/2022 17:39

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Lovey site but excessive mowing

Templehall
Just returned from a 7 night stay at Templehall CL, and would really like to award the site 5 stars but unfortunately we are going to award 3. The CL is in a great location to visit St Abbs, Coldingham bay which is a lovely dog friendly sandy beach, as are most beaches here, and many other local attractions. The pitches are spacious with distant see views, site easy to find off a quite road which is well sign posted, two local pubs in town, the Anchor not dog friendly so haven’t visited, the New Inn is dog friendly if quite tired, looks a bit unloved but friendly staff, food ok, what not to like! Well the constant drone of the owners industrial lawn mower for 3 or 4 hours from around midday EVERY single afternoon. I applaud the diligence and effort involved keeping the grass neat which has been mentioned and commended in other reviews however Mr Dickson not only mows the CL but the surrounding paddocks for hours at a time going over and over the same areas. We hoped to spend our holiday relaxing in the afternoons enjoying the CL after some sightseeing in the mornings, by admiring the view, listening to birdsong and reading quietly however this was just not possible. Yes the CL is immaculate and if you spend most days out sightseeing then you may well appreciate the effort involved however due to the incessant, in my view obsessive mowing it was difficult to fully enjoy this otherwise lovely CL.

Gregorys27

Caravanner

Reviewed on 11/09/2021 15:45

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