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Shepherds crook with "Hearthstanes" written on it

There is so much to be explored close by and a little further away! Locally we have the Tweedsmuir Reservoirs and St. Mary’s Loch, 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), grouse and pheasant shooting, numerous breweries and woolen mills, the cotton mill in New Lanark (a World Heritage Site), Edinburgh, and many more destinations. Follow the links below to plan your days of exploring while you stay with us.

Edinburgh, Prince's Street Gardens

Historic Environment Scotland, the lead public body set up to investigate, care for and promote Scotland’s historic environment.

Glamis Castle, Forfar Scotland is the official consumer website of VisitScotland, Scotland’s national tourist board.

Pollock House, Glasgow Scotland

The National Trust for Scotland is the independent charity that protects and shares some of our country’s most precious historic places and natural landscapes on behalf of the people of Scotland.

Traquair House, Innerliethen Scotland
The Royal Burgh of Culross, Edinburgh Scotland
Fyvie Castle, Turiff Scotland
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