Did you know we have recently acquired a Scottish caravan, camping and glamping site in East Lothian, just 10 miles from Edinburgh? Drummohr Camping & Glamping Site (previously known as Drummohr Holiday Park) offers a whole host of accommodation options for couples and families, as well as our unique Octo Single Glamping Pod for single travellers and backpackers. Drummohr have plenty of space for touring caravans and motorhomes, large grassed areas for tent campers, glamping pods, glamping cabins with en-suite WC, a luxury self-catering cottage with hot tub, as well as superior Scottish holiday lodges with hot tub.
So if you’re looking for a Scottish getaway, why not visit our new camping & glamping site near Edinburgh, located on the beautiful East Lothian coastline with an impressive 21 golf courses right on its doorstep. You can be assured of the same warm welcome and high standards of customer service as Herding Hill.
Drummohr Holiday Park is a Scotland caravan, camping and
glamping site located about 2 miles from Musselburgh, on the beautiful East
Lothian coastline, giving access to sandy bays, rocky headlands and amazing
Scottish golf courses. We are also a perfect site for a city break in Edinburgh,
with excellent public transport from the campsite to the city centre. The
long-distance route, the John Muir Way, is located close by so we are ideally
placed for walkers and cyclists. Our East Lothian campsite is family-friendly
and perfect for couples and we welcome dogs.
Explore the tranquillity of East Lothian's shores on the
Firth of Forth, from the picturesque harbours, pretty towns and seaside
villages such as North Berwick and Dunbar, the dramatic coastline, miles of
stunning sandy beaches, nature reserves, golf courses, fine castles, stately
homes and the wild places in the Lammermuir and Pentland Hills should all be
part of your holiday experience when staying with us at Drummohr. Visit
Concorde at the nearby aviation National Museum of Flight or
learn about our amazing wildlife at the Scottish Seabird Centre. On a fine day the volcanic mass of Bass Rock, home to
hundreds of seabirds, can be seen from the coastline close to Drum Mohr. Why
not book a boat trip from North Berwick to see them closer?
Why not combine a stay at Herding Hill Farm with a trip
to Drummohr? The sites are just 100 miles apart and the drive between them,
through the beautiful Scottish borders is stunning, no matter what the time of
year. Both sites are open all year-round. Alternatively, for an additional 50
miles you could take the beautiful Northumberland coastal route. If you don’t
have your own camper van or motorhome, why not hire a luxury VW T6 campervan
from our sister business Herding Campers? If
you give us a call on 01434 320175 we’ll even help you to book your pitches (subject
There are plenty of things to do and to see without needing to venture too far from our Musselburgh campsite. Six miles East of Edinburgh, the town of Musselburgh is famous both for golf and for races. It has a high street with a range of shops, restaurants and amenities and a picturesque harbour on the Firth of Forth.
The John Muir Way is a long-distance walk that passes within a five-minute walk from the Drum Mohr campsite and stretches 134 miles or 215 km across Scotland’s heartland. We have a range of glamping and camping accommodation options at Drum Mohr for those walkers and cyclists tackling the John Muir Way.
If you want to have a Scottish golfing camping trip you
could not pick a better location than our gorgeous North Berwick campsite
Drummohr. There are 21 golf courses in East Lothian. Our Edinburgh caravan site
is located right next to the Royal Musselburgh Golf Course and the famous
9-hole Musselburgh Golf Course, located in the centre of the famous Musselburgh
racecourse, is 5 minutes’ drive away. Musselburgh also has a third golf course,
the Musselburgh Links. The famous golf courses at Gullane and North Berwick are
just a short drive away.
We are currently working on a new website so watch this space! You will notice our new logo is similarly designed to the Herding Hill Farm logo to tie the two sites together and we have incorporated purple tones into the Drummohr colour palette and design, reminiscent of the legendary flower of Scotland, purple heather. If you do visit our lovely site you will notice that all the signage has been updated to reflect our new colours and our new logo. You can visit the current website here.
Angie Purves, our Site Manager and her amazing team look forward to welcoming you to Drummohr very soon.