About Ettrick Holidays
Comfort in a stunning location on a 1,400 acre farm. A wonderfully secluded position with privacy and beautiful views. Easy car access, large parking area, garden & grounds including 3-acres of woodland and paths. Mammals recorded locally include otters, badgers, bats, foxes, brown hares, deer and red squirrels. There are species of rare butterflies and moths, and a huge range of birds including Osprey, Golden Eagle, Black Grouse, Barn Owls, Dippers, Lapwings and Peregrine. Parts of both "The Nature of Britain" and "Autumn Watch 2007" were filmed on the farm close to the Holiday Cottage. The area is steeped in History, visit some of the Borders Stately Homes & Gardens, Abbeys, Churches, & Keep Towers. Follow the Borders Woollen Trail or explore Eskadalemuir Forest, Ancient Standing Stones and Samye Ling Tibetan Centre which are within easy reach, as well as St. Mary's Loch, The Grey Mare's Tail and Moffat. The James Hogg Exhibition (celebrated Scottish writer) is a walk away. Edinburgh (45 miles) is an easy journey for a day out. An excellent base for hillwalking (on Southern Upland Way), fishing, golf, riding, mountain biking (Glentress & Innerleithen), cycling and many other activities including Go Ape.
The area is steeped in History, visit some of the Borders Stately Homes & Gardens, Abbeys, Churches, & Keep Towers. Follow the Borders Woollen