North Berwick Parking
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North Berwick is a popular seaside summer retreat located on the Firth of Forth in Scotland. There are 2 sandy beaches where you can find holidaymakers and sunbathers alike. The township has a small year-round population of around 6,600 and is roughly 20 miles from Edinburgh or 30-minutes by train.
The small town has a long history with evidence of settlement dating back 2,000 years. More recent archeological evidence shows a ferry crossing to Earlsferry before the North Berwick Harbour was added in the 12th century to keep up with passenger and trade demand.
Some notable landmarks built between the 12th and 16th centuries in the area include North Berwick Castle toward the east end of town, nearby Tantallon Castle, and some of the town’s churches. Another notable landmark is North Berwick Law, a volcanic hill overlooking the town upon which a Napoleonic era signal station can be found.
After you have explored all of the historical attractions and lounged around on the beaches in North Berwick it might be time for a round of golf. There are several golf clubs on the outskirts of the town and they are open to visitors. These golf clubs are yet another popular attraction in this town.
Seacliff is a private beach with an entry fee in North Berwick, and the East Lothian Yacht Club also hosts a few sailing events. Another popular place to visit is the award-winning Scottish Seabird Centre. Here you can view feeds from live cameras on some of the Firth of Forth islands off the coast.
Keep an eye out to sea while you stroll along the beaches or get in a round of golf. You might spot one of the Islands of the Forth from the coast. Bass Rock is easier to spot than others as the white feathers of the puffins and gannets that rooster there make it stand out.
Although North Berwick is a smaller town there are still a number of restaurants and cafes for when you get peckish. Keep an eye out for local shops if you want a unique souvenir to remember your visit as well.
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Parking in North Berwick
North Berwick Parking is located close to the centre of the town. Some of the car parks in the town are free of charge, but are small with limited spaces which often fill quickly on nice days. These free car parks include:
- Dunbar Road
- The Glebe on St Andrews Street
- Kirkports Road
- The Lodge on East Road
- Melbourne Road
- Quality Street
There is also a 24-hour pay and display car park on East Road with charges below:
- Up to 1 hour: £2.00
- Up to 2 hours: £4.00
- Up to 3 hours: £6.00
- All day: £7.00
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North Berwick is known for its world-class golf courses the details of which can be found below:
Glen Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course with a clubhouse, bar and kitchen as well as locker rooms. North Berwick Golf Club is another 18-hole golf course close to the town itself. Archerfield Links is home to 2 18-hole golf courses and a fabulous clubhouse. The Renaissance Club has hosted the ASI Scottish Open and offers a luxurious experience.
Murfield is another popular 18-hole golf course located on the outskirts of North Berwick with wonderful sea views. There are a number of other golf courses within driving distance of North Berwick, so if you are an avid golfer there is a lot worth checking out.
Tantallon Castle is around a 10-minute drive from North Berwick township and is another popular attraction. This medieval castle has a 5-storey central tower and a marvellous red sandstone curtain wall.
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By Train: The ScotRail line runs from Edinburgh to North Berwick station and takes just over 30-minutes.
By Bus: The 124 bus line runs from Edinburgh to St Baldred’s Church in North Berwick and takes around an hour and a half.
By Car: If you are travelling from Edinburgh follow the A1 and turn off at the B1347 and follow this road all the way to North Berwick.
Disabled Parking in North Berwick
Some of the parking in North Berwick is in narrow spaces or may be otherwise inaccessible. The car parks listed below have limited disabled parking spaces available:
- St Andrew Street/Law Road: 2 spaces
- Kirkports: 3 spaces
- Imperial Car Park: 2 spaces
- Forth Street/Market Place: 3 spaces
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to North Berwick, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in North Berwick. The closest ones to the town centre are:
- Imperial Car Park
- North Berwick Railway Station
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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What does North Berwick mean?
The name North Berwick comes from the Old English ‘bere’ which means ‘barley’, and ‘wic’ which means ‘farmstead’.
How long does it take to climb North Berwick Law?
It takes between 10 and 20 minutes to climb to the summit of North Berwick Law.
What is the postcode for North Berwick?
The postcode district for North Berwick is EH39.
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