Co-ordinates: 55.59.324N: 2.28.57651W
Address: Dunbar Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Oxwellmains, Dunbar, East Lothian, EH42 1WG
Phone & e-mail: 01368 866881
Date Visited: October 2017
Questions:- (This review is from the point of view of motorhomers driving a Swift Kontiki 669 tag axle – 8.56m)
What are the pitches like?
Mostly hard-standings with a smaller number of grass pitches. Decent sizes with some super pitches. Our pitches was plenty big enough for us.
Is there water on each pitch?
Only on super pitches. However, there are plenty of taps available and they are easily accessible
What is the electric like?
16A– we had no problems
By the tap
What’s the site access like?
Access is good from the main road. It is not far at all off the main A road. Access on site is excellent
What are the Sanitary facilities like?
Toilets: 1 sanitary block with ladies, gents and family room. Excellent condition, very clean. Closed between 10.30 and 11.30 am each day for cleaning when the family room is available. This is very well decorated for the children – delightful 🙂
Toilet paper provided? Yes – plentiful
Showers: Clean and adequate.
What other facilities are there?
Bins and CWD
Motorhome service point (drive over wastewater disposal)
Is there any internet; if so how much and how good?
There is separate internet available for a charge. Good signal if you have your own.
What’s the welcome like?
Lovely welcome with lots of information. The couple running the site helped us out with our membership and phoning another site for us reference whether we would be able to fit on 1 of their pitches.
How much is it?
We paid about £19 per night including electric in October. It’s just over £20 per night at this time of year now.
What’s the area like?
Lovely. There’s a nice longish walk along the shore to the lighthouse and back.
We also had a nice cycle ride into Dunbar itself.
Not far from Edinburgh either.
The view from our pitch
We didn’t like so much:-
We moved on to Lauder, a little further south but still in Scotland. The weather scuppered our plans to head to Loch Lomond