Written on: 31/10/2009
A great camp site very well run, really sorry to see Sandra and Colin our favourite wardens leave, wishing them lots of luck for the future, they certainly made our stay very enjoyable. Could not find wardens more cheerful and helpful, sure whatever they do in the future they will be very successful.
Campsite is easy access to Edinburgh, number 26 bus from the bottom of the hill takes you there without the hastle of car parks.
Written on: 01/09/2009
We spent 6 days on Musselburgh Drum Mhor Camping from mid August. It is well run and very clean and adequate facilities. There was no noise at night. It is about 1.5 miles to Musselburgh and there is a bus stop that takes you to Edinburgh about 5 min walk from the Park. There is also a park and ride stop for Edinburgh about 5 min. drive from the Park. A day ticket on the bus costs £3 which gives you travel throughout the city to various attractions as well as fare to city. So much cheaper... (read more)
Written on: 29/11/2008
The location of Musselburgh Drum Mhor Camping is superb and very central to Edinburgh. The staff make you feel like you are the only holiday maker there. Overall attention to detail. The owners are so helpful and only ever seem to be smiling and offering help. Bad points, None! (read more)
Written on: 28/11/2007 by Mac99 (47 reviews written)
Friends and I decided to visit this lovely park again. This time we booked into a three bedroom lodge [with hot tub], and the difference was amazing! The hot tub has just recently been added and what a bonus! This one however is outside, unlike the inside hot tub along in the two bedroom lodge. It is sunk into the decking with good privacy and the fence helps to act as a windbreaker. [Very handy in this part of Scotland].
On arrival we were greeted by the friendly owners who again showed us... (read more)
Written on: 02/10/2007 by Mac99 (47 reviews written)
Just back from 3 nights at Drum Mhor Camping and Caravan park which is situated at Levenhall, Musselburgh. It is situated in what used to be the gardens of a monastery. Roughly a 20 minute drive into the centre of Edinburgh. There is a 24 hour bus service into Princes Street. The bus stop is situated just outside the park, although the walk to and from it woud be very dark and long at night. A torch would be advisable. A three night stay in a two bedroom lodge [with a hot tub]. is priced at... (read more)
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