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The weather in East Lothian
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 19°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 1° in February. September is the driest month.
Holiday lettings in the rolling East Lothian countryside
A predominantly rural area to the east of Edinburgh, East Lothian offers the visitor a wide choice of holiday letting accommodation, including rural properties set in farmland, beachside apartments and modern houses.
Local produce, farmers' markets and great eating out
East Lothian is home to many artisanal food producers who sell their produce through local retailers or at farmers' markets. Cheese, rape seed oil, organic vegetables and handmade chocolates are all made locally. Many local restaurants use this produce in their dishes and wherever you are in East Lothian you won't be far from a cosy pub serving hearty food or an independent bistro with more innovative cuisine.
Exploring beaches and wildlife with the kids in East Lothian
The East Lothian beaches are wide, sandy and perfect for building sandcastles, paddling or just running around. Two of the best beaches, Yellowcraigs and Gosford Sands, are near Longniddry. The popular seaside town of North Berwick has beaches right in the middle of town, along with all the amenities you need for a family holiday. Also in North Berwick is the Scottish Seabird Centre, where you can control cameras in the Discovery Centre to watch seabirds. Boat trips out to the Bass Rock are also available from the centre.
Edinburgh or the Borders on days out from a base in East Lothian
East Lothian is well connected by train and road to Scotland's capital city. No day out in Edinburgh would be complete without a visit to the castle and Holyrood Palace, both of which are open year round. Visit in August to experience the Edinburgh Festival, when the streets come alive with performers and shows. Head south to explore the pretty border towns of Melrose and Kelso and find out about the important role they played in Scottish history.
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