Fort Road, Eyemouth, Berwickshire, TD14 5BE
Explore this park:
Eyemouth Holiday Park is situated in a lovely location by a quiet fishing port in Scotland, feast your eyes on 360 degree views from this incredible cliff top spot. Theres plenty to do on park for all ages and the kids will love the all-weather sports court, outdoor play area and free swimming sessions at the local indoor pool. Relax on an evening with a delicious meal in The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant then sit back and enjoy the family entertainment.
Open 12th March 12th November 2018
Star Tots for 4 year olds and under
Star Landers for 5-10 year olds
Park Live for live evening entertainment
Live evening entertainment
Outdoor play area
All-weather sports court
Free swimming pool passes for local pool
Free WiFi available in the main complex
The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant
There is a wide range of accommodation available to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. All of our holiday homes are fully equipped and there is also the choice to upgrade to models with double glazing and central heating.
Clean and comfortable
Gas fire in lounge
Bathroom with shower
Fully fitted kitchen
From the A1, approximately 6 miles north of Berwick-upon-Tweed follow the signs to Eyemouth on the A1107. On entering the town, the Park is signposted. Turn right after the petrol station and left at the bottom of the hill into Fort Road.
Service Charge £7.95 per unit per night - HALF PRICE on breaks starting Mar 11
Entertainment+ Passes £3.25 per person per £9.50 break, £4.25 per person per £15 break
Dog Friendly £25.00 per dog
Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Apr 1, May 17; £6 per person per break Apr 5
The Fishwick mains maize maze is a large maze based on themes and is a great visit for the whole family and it can take around 2 hours to find your way through the maze.
Pot-A-Doodle-Do is a fantastic arts and crafts centre with pottery, mosaic and glass painting which the whole family will enjoy, there is also an outdoor play area, fishing and quad bike trekking.
St Abbs Head is a complex coastline consisting of sheer cliffs, offshore stacks and narrow gullies which provides beautiful scenery as well as an important habitat for some stunning wildlife, and is best known for its seabird colony.
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