Browse our selection of properties in the Scottish Borders:
A very beautiful region of Scotland, steeped in history. The many castles of this area stand testament to it's turbulent past. By contrast, visit the four great Border abbeys of Melrose, Kelso, Dryburgh and Jedburgh and experience the sense of peace that still clings to these mellowed ruins.
This area of Scotland has many associations with Sir Walter Scott. Scott's View of the Eildon Hills near Melrose, and the 16th century Smailholm Tower, near Kelso, are two examples. Scott spent his childhood nearby.
The Wheatsheaf, Scottish Borders
For serious food lovers, the Wheatsheaf boasts a 2 AA rosette standard restaurant specialising in organic and local produce and an extensive wine list alongside spacious ensuite bedrooms.
Castle Venlaw Hotel, Scottish Borders
In a land of castles and country estates, what could be more perfect than a stay in an 18th century country castle? Recommended by Condé Nast Johansens.
Cringletie House, Scottish Borders
This stunning 19th century baronial mansion is set within the Scottish countryside, yet still only 30 minutes from Edinburgh. Today it is a four star hotel with a three AA rosette restaurant. The hotel has a 28 acre estate, perfect for a relaxing break.
Whitfield Bothy, Scottish Borders
Sleeps 2 - 4. Situated only 5 minutes from Coldingham Bay with its multi-coloured beach huts, this charming, south-facing detached cottage boasts a 6 seater hot tub in the garden. Sea and loch fishing available locally. Shops, pubs 2 miles.
Firwood Cottage, Scottish Borders
Sleeps 4. There are delightful scenic walks straight from the door of this architect-designed converted stable block. Featuring peace and privacy without isolation, it is set in lovely Border countryside, yet is only 200 yards from an excellent hotel.