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Eyemouth Golf Club. An 18 hole, par 72, clifftop links course. A spectacular golf course located on the rugged east coast of Scotland, offering the golfer an enjoyable challenge, featuring some of the most scenic and interesting cliff top holes in Scottish golf. Eyemouth Golf Breaks.

 

Old Eyemouth Harbour Scotland
Old Eyemouth Harbour, Scotland.

Eyemouth Maritime Centre, located in the Old Fishmarket, Harbour Road, Eyemouth.

Eyemouth Museum, Auld Kirk Manse Road, Eyemouth. Exhibitions on Farming, Milling, Blacksmith and Wheelwright, and Fishing heritage.

The Smokehouse Gallery, St Ellas Place, Eyemouth.

The Ship Hotel Bar, Eyemouth, retains its history and character of a warm, friendly fishermans pub.

Kittiwake Gallery, Northfield Farm, Eyemouth, Scotland.

St Abb’s Head National Nature Reserve. On the Berwickshire Coast, five miles north of Eyemouth.

The St Abbs and Eyemouth Volunteer Marine Reserve aims to inform and educate about the fanastic marine world surrounding our beautiful coastlines.

Old Eyemouth.

Ayton Castle, Eyemouth. The most outstanding feature of the town of Ayton is its castle. This large red sandstone building was constructed in 1851 on the site of an older castle which was burnt down, accidentally,in 1834. The present building is in Victorian baronial style and according to local tradition was built with no plan, no architect and purely on the whims of the then owner. Because Ayton is the first centre one reaches on crossing the border from England to Scotland on Al, the old castle had been a natural meeting place for envoys during the many wars between England and Scotland. The castle is privately owned and occupied.

The Southern Upland Way is Scotland's Coast-to-Coast Walk and the longest of the National Trails north of the Border. It runs for 212 miles from picturesque Portpatrick on the west coast across the Galloway and Border Hills to finish on the east coast at Cockburnspath not far from Eyemouth. The Southern Upland Way: Scotland's Coast to Coast Trail (Cicerone Guide).

The Eyemouth Fishing DisasterThe Eyemouth Fishing Disaster of 1881. Black Friday is the astonishing true story of a coastal community that lost 189 men in a single afternoon. Britain’s worst fishing disaster decimated the coastal community of Eyemouth, yet is an almost forgotten part of the past. One hundred and twenty-five years on, this is the story of that storm, told through the accounts of fishermen at sea caught up in the maelstrom, of their families waiting anxiously for news, and of its historical context. At its heart is a gripping narrative of survival and high adventure when Eyemouth was the centre of a massive smuggling ring. More than simply spin a good yarn: as a direct descendant, the account by the author of how these fishermen plied their trade, led their lives and met their fate in the 1880s is a compelling read. Black Friday.

Eyemouth Lobster Pots
Sea fishing lobster pots stacked
in the harbour of Eyemouth.
Scotland, Scottish Borders, Eyemouth.
- Framed Print 10x8 (25x20cm) by Jason Friend
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The Codling Crouch: Fishing Marks and Memories from Tynemouth and Eyemouth. A book recalling 40 years of fishing Tynemouth and Cullercoats in the winter and 40 years of summer fishing around Eyemouth in Scotland, giving readers information of where to fish in both areas. A book that also reveals the relationship between father and son, with the father cast in the teaching role and the son as the willing pupil. The Codling Crouch: Fishing Marks and Memories from Tynemouth and Eyemouth.

Entwined fishing nets stored in the harbour of Eyemouth
Entwined fishing nets stored
in the harbour of Eyemouth.
Scotland, Scottish Borders, Eyemouth.
- 20 Inch Canvas Print (51cm) by Jason Friend
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