Unmissable tourist sites
Haddington Travel guide
Haddington : Michelin's recommendations
Haddington is a handsome market town with a medieval triangular-shaped street plan. Its numerous 18C houses are a legacy of the wealth brought by farming innovation in that century. The town stands on the banks of the River Tyne and serves a primarily agricultural area.
Tourist attractions Haddington : Things to see and do
Court Street GB - Haddington EH41
Leading to the western part of the port, this tree-lined street is home to a number of private houses such as the 18C Bank of Scotland building. Opposite stands the Corn Exchange , dating back to 1854, and the Council buildings designed by Willi..
Lodge Street GB - Haddington EH41 3DX
This narrow street is an extension of High Street, and is made up of contrasting styles. Carlyle House - an unusual name for an Italian palace stuffed with ornaments - has an 18C style façade that contrasts with the house next door that is in a loc..
High Street GB - Haddington
The South side houses a continuous line of various façades, only interrupted by a few alleyways. The town cross with a drawing of the Haddington Goat is a replica from the 19C. In the same style, Lodge Street contains contrasting architectural styl..
24 Sidegate GB - Haddington EH41 4BZ
Within walking distance of picturesque Haddington and just 16 miles (26 km) from Edinburgh, Maitlandfield House boasts quality, efficiency, traditional charm and original elegance. The elegant and historic town house has a quiet, peaceful location. ..