At Hearthstanes Estate we can offer hours of hiking and biking on the open hills and through the forests.   The Broadlaw, which is part of the Southern Uplands, is at 2,756 feet (840 m) southern Scotland’s second highest peak and located on The Estate.   Most of the farm is classified as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), which is a conservation designation denoting protected areas in the United Kingdom.  

There is exceptional sika and roe deer hunting, with professional stalkers on the Estate.  They utilise numerous stands and hides throughout the farm, which has a well-established network of tracks and forestry rides.  

We are located about halfway on the 121 mile (195 Km) Solway to the Forth Scottish C2C Cycle Ride and can accomodate up to twenty-four (24) guests at a time in all five cottages.  In addition, there is a lockable sortage rooms for bikes and equipment.

In addition, we can offer the following amenities at Hearthstanes (charges may apply):  Airport and train station pick up / drop-off (own transport recommended to see more of the wonderful countryside and its attractions), outside parking or lockable garaging, local mountain bike hire, stabling, tack drying room, computerised 9-pin bowling alley, fishing, falconry, kenneling for dogs, walled garden, and the experience of a working farm with sheep, deer, cattle and pigs.

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The Steading
Tweedsmuir, Biggar
Lanarkshire ML12 6QN

Phone    +44 (0)1899 225119
Mobile  +44 (0)7557 332348
Email     info@hearthstanes.com

View from the top of Broadlaw, looking west.
Tweed valley looking north towards Hog Hill and Hearthstanes Steading
Up Hearthstanes Burn
Crossing the Tweed Bridge at Hearthstanes
River Tweed in December
Hearthstanes Bridge, Burn & Steading
Cockiland Forest from Talla valley
Talla valley with winter high noon sun  : )
Steading Bowling Alley
Hearthstanes Burn
Chill Room & Processing Area
Forest Road
Talla valley with Cockilandhill Forest in background
Hearthstanes Steading Bowling Alley
Tweed valley with Chester Lee, one of many Bronze Age settlements
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