Results in Dunbar, Scots Borders & Edinburgh
EAST Lothian fishing town on the North Sea coast half way between Edinburgh and Berwick-upon-Tweed. A Royal Burgh since the reign of David II, Dunbar is the home of a ruined castle to which Mary Queen of Scots fled, following the murder of Rizzio. Dunbar was invaded and razed to the ground by the English twice in the sixteenth century and was occupied by Oliver Cromwell in 1650 - the year of the Battle of the Dunbar. A little river called the Tyne enters the sea at Tynemouth just to the north of Dunbar and a few miles inland the 'Tyneside' village of East Linton is the home to a water mill.