Coldingham Loch Fly Fishery & Holiday Cottages, Westloch Road, Coldingham, Berwickshire, TD14 5QE

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Quality self-catering holiday accommodation set on a quiet 60 acre private estate, approximately 1.5 miles from Coldingham village and is centred around Coldingham Loch, a beautiful natural spring fed 22 acre loch which offers superb fly fishing for brown, blue and rainbow trout. Fishing is available from bank or boat - booking advisable.

Coldingham Loch is situated in a stunning coastal location a few hundred metres from the highest cliffs on the South East coast of Scotland. There are magnificent walks along the coast from the cottages and just above the loch are the remains of an Iron Age fort offering fantastic panoramic views. The loch and its environs offer a wide variety of bird and wildlife to enjoy as well as some fabulous wild flowers (see our website galleries).

Five holiday lets comprising:

Victorian boathouse, on the shore of the loch with its own fishing boat. This was re-furbished by the current owners in winter 2011 to provide a unique 'get away from it all' cottage for guests to enjoy the beauty of this fantastic loch and picturesque scenery from their own balcony and garden.

Lodge - traditional stone cottage (refurbished 2013) which was the old gate house to the estate and three wooden chalets (Elm refurbished for 2014, Sunnyside in 2012) all offer excellent accommodation at a reasonable price for guests to unwind and enjoy this unique and lovely part of the world. Dogs welcome by arrangement.

Coldingham is the ideal location for exploring the beautiful local countryside with easy access to Edinburgh and Northumberland.

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Coldingham Loch

Boat House

Recently Refurbished.


Boat House

Recently Refurbished.


Boat House

Recently Refurbished.

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