Large Holiday Homes in the Scottish Borders

Make the most of the regions fantastic game fishing and walking routes with a stay in one of Scotland's stunning historic properties or large holiday homes.

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Scottish Borders

Escape to the lush green landscape and serenity of Southern Scotland with a stay in one of the country's finest properties. Ideally located to explore the flowing waters of the 97 mile long River Tweed, one of the world's greatest Atlantic salmon rivers, and the spectacular scenery of the Scottish borders, you'll head home with memories that will last a lifetime.

Southern Scotland is rich in landscape, culture, heritage and activities for all the family. Golf can be found on a large number of courses, and fishing is always popular, particularly on the river Tweed.  There are also a number of mountain biking trails through the various forests and glens in this region. The four Borders Abbeys are worth a mini tour, each with its own historical story to tell.

Although you may not find the monumental mountain ranges of the Highlands, don’t think that this region lacks the traditional Scottish landscapes. The famous 7Stanes mountain biking routes can be found across the Border Counties and Dumfries and Galloway, as there is an abundance of hills, glens and forests to challenge even experienced bikers. The region has plenty of fishing opportunities too, most popular perhaps is the River Tweed, well known for its salmon, and miles of coastline, ideal for walking and bird spotting. Golf can be found in abundance in this area too. For gentler activities, visit the Four Borders Abbeys, magnificent tributes to the religious history of the area, at Kelso, Jedburgh, Dryburgh and Melrose.  

Popular as a short break destination, the Scottish Borders offer peace and tranquillity in the beautiful landscapes, and traditional towns and villages. Behind the scenes, the Borders tell of a turbulent history; there is much to learn of the Scottish wars from this area. Fishing, golf, walking and cycling can be found in abundance, so make sure you see the best of the region!

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