The Steading at Hearthstanes Estate is excited to welcome you!
Hearthstanes Estate is a working hill farm within the picturesque Tweedsmuir Hills and adjacent to the only Wild Land area of the Scottish Borders. The farm is located along both sides of the renowned River Tweed, yet still within easy reach of Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Newcastle.
We offer five excellent self-catering holiday cottages within the Hearthstanes Steading, a range of traditional stone farm buildings dating back to the 1600s.
We hope you enjoy this site, decide to visit us and come back again!
There are a total of five separate Steading Cottage conversions, each offering between one and three bedroom(s) and bathroom(s).
In total, we can offer accommodation for up to twenty-five (25) guests and can provide baby cots and high chairs if required.
For three decades, we have been generating renewable energy to power the whole farm and provides clean energy for lighting and heating to the Steading.
Once you are here there is a wide range of activities and amenities available at Hearthstanes Estate. We can offer hours of hiking and biking on the open hills and through the forests.
There is exceptional deer hunting, with professional stalkers on the Estate.
Also, we can offer the following amenities at Hearthstanes (charges may apply): Airport and train station pick up / drop-off, computerized 9-pin bowling alley, fishing, walled garden, and so much more.
Locally, we have the Tweedsmuir Reservoirs and St. Mary’s Loch, Grey Mare's Tail Waterfall, the Southern Upland Way, numerous Bronze Age sites, the botanical gardens of Dawyck and Kalzie, Traquair House (Scotland’s oldest inhabited house and ancient royal castle).
Additionally, there is grouse and pheasant shooting, numerous breweries and woolen mills, the textile mill in New Lanark (a World Heritage Site), Edinburgh, and many more interesting destinations.