Situated 22 miles north-east of Edinburgh and just 6 miles from both Haddington and Dunbar, The Orchard in East Linton is set within the natural beauty and tranquillity of East Lothian. The peaceful semi-rural location of East Linton provides a perfect venue for quality family living. Nestled on the edge of the River Tyne, it offers an ideal village lifestyle while being within easy reach of the established residential areas of Haddington, Dunbar and our historic capital city.
Nestled on the edge of the River Tyne, the quaint picturesque village of East Linton is home to Stewart Milne’s latest development at The Orchard, providing a quiet, family-friendly countryside retreat within easy reach of all the capital city has to offer.
The village benefits from good local amenities including a post office, award winning butcher, wine merchants, a delicatessen, a garden centre with a Victorian tearoom, a hotel and restaurant, hairdressers, medical centre, pharmacy, library and Co-op. Excellent shopping opportunities are also available in nearby Dunbar, Haddington and North Berwick, all less than seven miles away.
Active types who enjoy outdoor pursuits are well catered for too. East Lothian’s breathtaking coastline and beaches are within easy reach, none of which are more outstanding than the golden sands of Tyninghame Beach which is just 9 minutes’ drive away. There is a bowling club within the village and the area has an excellent sports centre with swimming pool, fitness classes and a gym in nearby Dunbar, and no less than sixteen scenic golf courses can be found within the surrounding area.
East Linton offers good nursery and primary school facilities and is in the catchment area for Dunbar Grammar, one of the top performing schools in East Lothian
Internationally-renowned Edinburgh Universities such as Heriot Watt, Napier and Queen Margaret, can be reached in as little as 25 minutes – offering an impressive and exciting range of further education opportunities.
East Linton has excellent road connections, being just minutes from the A1 which leads West to Edinburgh or East to Dunbar.
There is a bus service approximately every 30 minutes reaching either Edinburgh or Dunbar and efficient train links at Drem and Dunbar for onward connections. There is also a good local path network and quiet country roads for walking and cycling.