The historic conservation village of Coldingham is located 3 miles north-west of Eyemouth on the North Sea coast, in Berwickshire.
This pretty little village developed after the establishment of the Abbey of Coldingham in the seventh century. The original Abbey was lost in a fire but the village remained a religious centre and a Benedictine priory was founded by King Edgar of Scotland in 1098. The remains of the priory can still be seen today.
Coldingham Sands is an award-winning beach. During the summer months the beach is patrolled by Life Guards. Coldingham Bay is also a popular surfing destination. For those who prefer walking, the spectacular Berwickshire Coastal path passes by the village.
Visitors to Coldingham will find a thriving business community offering a variety of services within the village.