Exclusively for adults and pet free 

Come and explore the Scottish Borders, Northumberland and East Lothian all within half an hour of Braeview. 
Edinburgh is also easily accessible so why not explore Scotlands capital city while you are here?
Whether walking the Berwickshire Coastal Path, playing golf or just relaxing in your luxury pod is your ideal way to spend your downtime, Braeview is the ideal rural retreat.

 

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Rib Ride at St Abbs

There's no doubt that this is one of our favourite activities! You can choose a fun, high adrenaline ride making full use of the rib's 450 horsepower engines, or a coastal cruise - a more leisurely trip where you might even spot some dolphins, or just sit back, relax and enjoy the incredible coastal scenery. 

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Berwickshire Coastal Path

With the second highest cliffs on the east coast of Britain, Berwickshire has one of the most spectacular coastlines in Britain. This area is nationally and internationally important for seabirds, coastal flora and marine life.  This route is one of Scotland’s Great Trails. Braeview is perfectly located to tackle the Coastal path bit by bit!

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Jim Clark Museum

Discover the incredible story of Jim Clark’s life and racing career.  This award winning museum is a must for all motorsport fans featuring Jim Clark’s incredible trophy collection, unique memorabilia, archive film, gallery, shop, racing simulator and two of his most famous race cars, a Lotus Cortina and Formula One, Lotus 25

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Eyemouth Harbour

The town of Eyemouth is nestled in the imposing marine landscape of the Berwickshire Coast. The harbour is set in the heart of this enchanting historic town – an active fishing harbour with traditional features completed by 21st century modern facilities. Watch a busy port in action, enjoy fresh fish & chips on the harbour-side, buy an award winning ice-cream or visit our local harbour seals!

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Giacopazzi's

In 1898 Lorenzo Giacopazzi left his home in Borgo Val Di Taro (Northern Italy) to seek his fortune in America.

However, like many of his fellow travellers, he landed in Scotland and decided to make his home here.  He set up his business in Eyemouth making ice cream. For generations people have enjoyed Giacopazzi’s ice cream which is still produced in Eyemouth today with the same love and passion as Lorenzo brought to his craft.

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Oblo Bar & Bistro

Oblò is an award winning Style Bar & Bistro situated on the harbour front of Eyemouth. From its first floor location, with a street-facing floor to ceiling ‘porthole’ and balcony, Oblò provides the perfect surroundings in which to sit back, relax and watch the world go by. Open from early morning until late, Oblò offers a fantastic range of food, snacks, coffees and drinks throughout the day, served in modern, ambient, urban surroundings

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St Abbs

There's something for everyone in St Abbs. The small fishing village starred as New Asgard in  The Avengers End Game film released in 2019. You can walk around the Head following the footsteps of Hulk taking in the fascinating bird life and passing the lighthouse. Back at the Harbour you can pop in to the Visitor Centre. There are also lovely cafes serving fresh bakes,  coffees and sandwiches. If you're after something more adventurous why not Dive in the Marine Reserve?

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Berwick-Upon-Tweed

Berwick-upon-Tweed is a town of contrasts, where a history of conflict has given way to an ethos of collaboration.
A big part of what makes Berwick-upon-Tweed unique is that it can’t be pinned down to having any one identity, any single main feature or even just one way of saying things. Berwick-upon-Tweed is a beautiful and exciting border-land melting pot and that’s what gives it such impressive depth of character.

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Gunsgreen House

Gunsgreen House was built in 1753 by the notorious smuggler, John Nisbet, who built the house with a tea chute, vast cellars and hidden spaces to hide his smuggled goods, most often tea.

Gunsgreen House tells the story of its’ past through the ‘Smuggling Experience’, a fun and interactive museum, as well as tours through the historical rooms on the other floors. A great visitor attraction.