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Aberlady, East Lothian

About us

Aberlady is an attractive historic village on the beautiful East Lothian coast, about 15 miles east of Edinburgh.

It has been a farming community, a trading port and a holiday resort, and the old stone buildings in its long high street have many a tale to tell.

Its chief attractions today are Aberlady Bay, the first local nature reserve in Britain, and the fine links golf courses that flank the village to the east and west.

Community Hall

Booking information for Aberlady village hall

Quick links

Buses and trains

East Coast buses

Bus 124, Edinburgh - North Berwick

Prentice Coaches

Bus 111, Haddington - Edinburgh Royal Infirmary

Trains from Longniddry

Trains to Edinburgh and North Berwick