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Experiencing the Land

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 840 m (2,756 feet) 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.

Farm and forestry tours are available upon request. The 4x4 tours can accommodate 5 passengers at one time. Tours typically last 1-2 hours depending on preferences. 

Looking down at Talla Resevoir
Sunrise on the farm
Forsty morning
Afternoon walks

Expanding Your Skills

Expanding your skillset (charges may apply)

Test your bowling expertise on the only continental 9-pin bowling lane in the UK.

Discover a new passion through experiencing a working farm with sheep, deer, and cattle.

Or learn more about our exceptional sika and roe deer hunting, with professional stalkers on the Estate. They utilize numerous stands and hides throughout the farm, which has a well-established network of tracks and forestry rides. 

Bowling alley at Hearthstanes
Firelane between timber forest
Farm raised deer
Family of sheep roaming a field

Requiring Facilities

Additionally, we offer a variety of facilities and information you might require during your stay (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, local mountain bike hire, stabling, tack drying room, electric car charging, and general pet information.  

A701 heading towards Hearthstanes Estate
Steading 1 and 2 view
Farm gate and road
Resevoir view
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