Braeview Glamping, Coldingham, Berwickshire, TD14 5UA

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Braeview Glamping is based near Coldingham in the Scottish Borders. Perfectly situated to explore the Berwickshire coast, Northumberland, The Scottish Borders, East Lothian and Edinburgh. Each of our 4 pods have a double bed and sleep 2 adults comfortably. Braeview is exclusively for adults and no pets are allowed which ensures that the site is quiet and peaceful at all times. Our glamping pods offer more luxury than you might expect. Underfloor heating and a smart TV make even a winter break cosy and comforting. They are all en suite with a surprisingly big shower and are stocked with Scottish Fine Soaps toiletries. A 2 ring induction hob and microwave are on hand if it's not weather to cook outside on your firepit.

Holly and Juniper have fantastic hot tubs - even better in the cold weather. Braeview is all about rest and relaxation. Our guests on departure regularly talk about how rested and relaxed they feel. The pods (Holly, Juniper, Willow and Elder) all look out on to a Brae (a Scottish word for hill). At the top of the Brae is the wind turbine that provides that majority of the power for the site sustainably. The brae is normally inhabited by sheep and sometimes the bull! Who knew sheep watching was a thing? Lots of guests just love sitting relaxing watching the ewes and lambs going about their business!

If you are looking for a romantic weekend away, or just an opportunity to unwind and reconnect with nature, then Braeview is the place to be.

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Pod Entrance


Double Bed



Refreshing !!




Hot Tub



Plenty of space

Welcome to Coldingham, a beautiful historic conservation village in Berwickshire, on southeast Scotland's spectacular coastline.

Coldingham Bay
The rocky shore around the bay is full of marine life with many types of sea creatures. Inland from the seashore is an area of dunes and grassland which provide a fragile habitat for a host of plants and animals. Read more on places to visit page Coldingham Bay external

Coldingham Sands
Safe dog friendly beach with large free car park, beach cafe, toilets, disabled parking spaces onthe beach, and RNLI life guards during holiday season. The Berwickshire Coastal Footpath crosses the bay with St Abbs to the north and Eyemouth to the south. Read more on places to visit page Coldingham Sands external

St Abbs Village
Just a couple of miles from Coldingham. World renowned Scuba Diving - considered to be a World Top Ten diving centre. The first Voluntary Marine Reserve in the UK. Super walks over St Abbs Nature Reserve. Read more on places to visit page St Abbs Village external

Preston Mill
About 22 miles north east from Coldingham. Preston Mill is a watermill on the River Tyne at the eastern edge of East Linton. Owned and managed by the National Trust for Scotland. Check web site for opening times. Read more on histpric page Preston Mill external

Berwick upon Tweed
Historic walled town just south of the Border, about 10 miles from Village Centre. Walk the Elizabethan Town Walls, visit the King's Own Borderers Regimental Museum, Berwick Barracks, Berwick Town Hall, Cell Block Museum and Berwick Parish church. Numerous Galleries and Coffee shops. Read more on places to visit page Berwick upon Tweed external

Museum of Flight
About 25 miles east of Coldingham. The National Museum of Flight is Scotland's national aviation museum, at East Fortune Airfield, in East Lothian. Lots to see and do. It is one of the museums within National Museums Scotland. Read more on places to visit page Museum of Flight external

Direleton Castle
About 25 miles north east from Coldingham Village. Dirleton Castle is a medieval fortress in the village of Dirleton, East Lothian. It lies around 2 miles west of North Berwick. Read more on histpric page Dirleton Castle external