Local Business in Aberlady – Food / Drink / Accommodation etc.
Aberlady Bowling Club
The club currently has two men’s teams that play in Division 2 and Division 4 of the East Lothian leagues and new players/members are always welcome.
So if you have ever thought of trying Bowling then why not come to our club and give it a go. No knowledge of the game is needed and you will get advice and assistance from our members.
Website – www.aberladybowlingclub.co.uk
Aberlady Caravan Park
Aberlady Caravan Park, is an ideal base from which to tour the beautiful East Lothian countryside and visit it’s many attractions including the championsip Muirfield golf course. Or as a stopover location for those walking the John Muir Way.
The Caravan Park is a small 4.5 acre site with 35 touring pitches, 15 hard standings, and wooden camping pods.
Website – www.aberladycaravanpark.co.uk
Built in 1638, Duck’s is a charming Inn with the facilities of a hotel and the friendliness of a Bed and Breakfast.
Ducks has been synonymous with fine dining since its early days in the centre of Edinburgh. The restaurant in Aberlady now offers similar delights and matching standards.
Website – www.ducks.co.uk
The Old Aberlady Inn
The Old Aberlady Inn is a fantastic traditional pub located in the historic and picturesque coastal village of Aberlady.
From the kitchen we like to keep things simple – homemade classics in a relaxed pub atmosphere using fresh locally sourced ingredients.
To help you take advantage of this beautiful area we have six en-suite letting rooms.
Website – www.theoldaberladyinn.co.uk
Grace of India
At Grace of India we hope to use a combination of the finest quality ingredients
and over 3 decades of experience and knowledge of our Head Chef to
transport you to a different continent.
We are currently not able to serve alcohol. BYOB
Try our Sunday Special. 4 Course meal for only £13.95
Website – www.graceofindiarestaurant.co.uk
Sew in Stitches
Tea Room and Shop. Do you have an intolerance to Gluten? Many gluten free cakes and scones available. Bacon rolls and soup of the day can be served with gluten free rolls.
Website – www.sewinstitches.co.uk
The Scottish Ornithologists’ Club
Club Headquarters are at Waterston House, in Aberlady, where a small team of paid staff and group of dedicated volunteers facilitate the day to day running of the SOC, processing new membership applications, fielding enquiries, coordinating special birdwatching events like the SOC Annual Conference, and administering funding applications.
Website – www.the-soc.org.uk