Overlooking St Abbs Harbour in the Scottish Borders, the Visitor Centre is the perfect place to begin your exploration of the stunning Berwickshire coastline and surrounding countryside. Below is some information to help you plan your visit, please contact us if you require any further information.
We are currently closed for winter 2023. We will reopen again in spring 2024. For latest info find us on Facebook & Twitter.
Admission to the Centre is free but donations are gratefully received.
- The Centre is accessible by 9 stone steps with handrails on either side. A wheelchair ramp is available upon request from Centre staff, if possible please call ahead to arrange. The Centre itself is all on one level. There is 1 Blue Badge parking bay located approximately 10m from the entrance steps across the road.
How To Find Us
By Car: St Abbs is approximately 4 miles from the A1, take the turn-off signposted St Abbs and follow signs to the village. For satnavs enter postcode TD14 5PL.
By Bus: St Abbs is served by the Borders 235 bus ‘Berwick – St Abbs’. From Edinburgh, the Borders 253 stops at Eyemouth. The bus timetables can be found at https://www.bordersbuses.co.uk/timetables
By Train: The closest mainline station is Berwick-Upon-Tweed approximately 14 miles away. Take a taxi from the station or the number 235 bus to St Abbs.
By Air: Edinburgh Airport in Scotland is approximately 60 miles away or Newcastle International Airport in England is approximately 75 miles away.
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