1st-15th December 2019

               Mondays:   Closed

               Tuesdays:   5pm - 9pm

       Wednesdays-Fridays:  5pm - 11pm 

             Saturdays:    1pm - 11pm

                Sundays:    1pm - 10pm

16th-22nd December 2019

     Monday-Wednesday:   5pm - 10pm

         Thursday & Friday:   3pm - 11pm 

        Saturday & Sunday:  12pm - 11pm

                   Monday 23rd:    12pm - 11pm

                 Christmas Eve:    12pm - 7pm

        Christmas Day & Boxing Day:  Closed

    Friday 27th - Sunday 29th:  12pm-11pm

                     Hogmany:  12pm - 9pm

January 2020

     New Years Day:  Closed

Thursday 2nd - Saturday 4th: 12pm-11pm

      Sunday 5th:  1pm - 9pm


Station Yard

Station Road

Dunbar, East Lothian

EH42 1JX 

(next to Dunbar Train Station)



        Tel: (+44) 01368 864322

       Mob: (+44) 07701 089 869


How to get to Station Yard Micropub

We are Station Yard Micropub, Station Road, Dunbar, EH42 1JX

Just seconds away from Dunbar Railway Station.

Check our hours to ensure we are here to greet you!

Walking and Cycling

Most of Dunbar town is easily walkable and if you are a cyclist, you’ll know it is easy to get around fast.  There is bike parking outside of Station Yard near Coast to Coast.


Journey planning info and timetables are available from the TravelineScotland



  • East Linton or North Berwick - Eves Coaches 120 service also stops on Dunbar High Street

  • Musselburgh, Edinburgh and the East then First Buses and Perryman’s stop outside Dunbar library (Delisle Street) – a minute’s walk away.

  • Berwick-upon-Tweed and the South, the Perryman’s service stops on Dunbar High Street, just around the corner from the micropub – 2 minute’s walk


Trains run to and from Edinburgh roughly every hour during the day, but check your journey times carefully as they are irregularly timed. Visit National Rail Enquires  or call 08457484950 for timetables.


There is short and long stay parking at the station, at £4/day. If you need to drive please avoid parking on the High Street.   The Library at the Bleachingfield Centre, off Delisle Street has good facilities and there is also a large amount of under-utilised short and longer stay parking at the Countess Road Co-op sites, just around the corner (you can cut through Friar’s Croft to get to us!)