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  • Detached house for sale

    Strathardle, 6 Dean Park, Longniddry EH32

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    By apt tel agents Strathardle is a most delightful and individually designed, spacious detached family home, quietly located in the highly sought after East Lothian town of Longniddry and ... read more

    Sturrock Armstrong and Thomson

    Sturrock Armstrong and Thomson

  • Detached house for sale

    Innisfree, Seton East EH32

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    Agent Innisfree is a charming 3 Bedroom Detached Cottage set on the one level with this idylic rural setting. The well laid out and flexible accommodation comprises of an entrance porch with ... read more

    Anderson Strathern

    Anderson Strathern

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    79 Glassel Park Road, Longniddry EH32

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    Telephone as Charming detached three/four bedroom house located within a desirable residential location of Longniddry. This bright and spacious property is in immaculate order throughout and ... read more

    Anderson Strathern

    Anderson Strathern

  • Semi-detached house for sale

    25 Canty Grove, Longniddry EH32


    An excellent opportunity has arisen to purchase a beautifully semi-detached family home in this sought after East Lothian village. The accommodation on the ground floor comprises a hall, ... read more

    Somerville and Russell

    Somerville and Russell

  • Semi-detached bungalow for sale

    4 Cunningham Court, Longniddry EH32

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    gsb on: * Viewing Highly Recommended * In addition to a long driveway with space for four vehicles, the property also benefits from a detached single garage and utility room, which offers ... read more

    GSB Properties

    GSB Properties

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    Prestonpans EH32


    for sale by conditional auction, starting bid: Offers Over £58,500 + reservation fee Fantastic Pemberton Knightsbridge caravan finished to a very high standard. This luxury static caravan ... read more

    Your Move

    Your Move

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Living in Longniddry: The local area guide

Longniddry is a quaint village by the coast, situated in the region of East Lothian, Scotland. It is known for its beautiful sandy beach in the north, which extends for 2 miles. A distinct feature of this beach are the remains of a wall of concrete tank traps that have been there since World War II, and were initially put in place for protection, in case of a German attack. The beach is very popular with walkers, surfers, tourists, horse riders, and, of course, the ideal setting to take your family, and you can also bring your dog to the exercise area. Bird watchers are also known to frequent the beach, as there are many different kinds of birds that can be spotted feeding at low tides.

Golf lovers will be enthused to know about the Longniddry Golf Club, which occupies 106 acres and 6,230 yards. The course can be found next to the beach, and is the very same place in which Mary Queen of Scots played, way back in 1567. There have also been a few other well-known figures who have graced the shores of Longniddry, such as James Bond actor, Pierce Brosnan, Scottish poet, Hugh Macdiarmid, and author, Mollie Hunter.


Longniddry has a population of 2,613, while the wider area of East Lothian has a figure of 101,360. The population of East Lothian is predicted to grow by 23.3% between 2012 and 2037, which is at a faster rate than any of the other 32 local authorities of Scotland. The number of young adults also increased in East Lothian between 2001 and 2011 by 35.8%, which is a much larger figure than the 9.2% for Scotland as a whole. Despite this surge in statistics, the over 65 population in Longniddry is very prevalent.


The Longniddry Primary School educates children from the ages of 4-11, and prides itself on being non denominational when it comes to the teaching of Christianity. Church visits are made at least once each term, although there is a statutory provision for parents to withdraw children from participation in religious observance. The closest secondary school to Longniddry, is Preston Lodge High School, which is only around a 10-minute drive away, or one stop away by train.


The Longniddry Railway station used to be a very busy junction during the 1940s and 1950s, with a more extended service, but these days, the station is unmanned. For those who want to reach Edinburgh, there is a direct line that goes there in around 19 minutes, and there are about 20 trains per day that complete this journey. Alternatively, trains to Glasgow also run here, and take just over an hour and a half to get there. Bus services are also available to residents, with the 111 bus terminating in Edinburgh. To drive to Edinburgh, it takes only 23 minutes via the A1 motorway.

Amenities and shopping

The village has a number of local shops and resources tailored to all needs. Two Co-ops with a focus on ethical practices can be found centrally, where you will be able to purchase groceries and household goods. Similarly, a Lidl and a Londis also operate in the village, offering a great deal of convenience to locals. Postal services are also at hand here, as well as The Royal Bank of Scotland.

If you are looking for a nice place to have some lunch, then The Filling Station offers a lovely selection of sandwiches, baguettes, pies, soups and homemade cakes. The JoLi Cafe & Gifts is another pleasant establishment that boasts a fine range of pastries and tea, and also has its own gift shop. Head on over to The Longniddry Inn for some exquisite grilled food, steaks, or fish and chips.

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