Earlier in July I had a lovely sunday out down the east coast. Years ago I’d been to Tantallon Castle a lurking ruin overlooking the sea but never to the beach. It was a glorious day when we arrived though I had noticed some rather ominous black clouds. Eventually after padding along the bay the rain did indeed come down. After sheltering under some trees we gave up and paddled back along the sea in the rain… in for a penny in for a pound. I was most intrigued by a ruined house visible just through the thicket of trees (too think to make it worth me taking photos). A bit of googling and I find it is Seacliffe House burned down in 1907.