Convenient for Edinburgh, yet located on the shores of the beautiful East Lothian coast, Drummohr offers guests a variety of touring, camping, glamping, lodges with hot tubs and luxury self catering accommodation in a secluded and peaceful setting.
At Drummohr, you can have the best of both worlds;
Our campsite is open all year round and is a perfect spot for an Edinburgh Hogmanay break.
A peaceful, picturesque, sheltered site, surrounded by ancient trees, Drummohr was originally the walled garden of a monastery and retains its tranquil atmosphere. Our dog-friendly Scottish campsite has a range of camping and glamping accommodation suitable for families and couples:
Small shop, information point, laundry and children’s’ playground on site. Read our 5-star guests reviews on Trip Advisor.
Just 10 miles from the vibrant Scottish capital Edinburgh, accessible by bus and train from Drummohr, our East Lothian campsite is the perfect base to explore the landmarks, amenities, events and culture of this festival city. A 5-minute walk from site takes you down onto the John Muir Way, a long-distance walk from Dunbar to Helensburgh, which hugs the East Lothian coastline. The area is rich for cycling, walking and golf, with East Lothian boasting 21 fantastic Scottish golf courses, making Drummohr the perfect base for a Scottish golfing holiday in East Lothian.
Musselburgh is just a couple of miles away, with its famous racecourse, fishing harbour and high street with a range of shops, restaurants and local amenities.
The beautiful East Lothian region of Scotland is rich in tradition and breath-taking coastlines and countryside. You’ll find quaint villages and harbours, quiet backwaters, award-winning beaches, industrial heritage, delicious seafood and charming pubs, with nearby attractions including the Scottish Seabird Centre at North Berwick and the National Museum of Flight.
Drummohr Camping & Glamping Site is located between the B1361 and B1348 heading East on the A1 from Musselburgh towards North Berwick. There are brown tourist signs from the A1 as you pass through Wallyford. If travelling from Musselburgh along the B1348 watch for the large chimney of the Preston Grange Mining Museum and take the road on the right signposted to the museum. Please be aware that the road turns sharply before the campsite and therefore this route may not be suitable for caravans.
East Lothian Bus number 26 from Princes Street Edinburgh (direction Seton Sands or Tranent) stops at the Mining Museum Prestonpans bus stop, less than 5-minutes’ walk from the entrance to Drummohr Camping and Glamping site. Simply follow the road up the hill and the entrance is on the right-hand side. Trains run every hour between Edinburgh Waverley and Wallyford Railway Station (20 minutes walk) and take approximately 15 minutes. Wallyford Railway Station has a park and ride.