Neidpath Barmkin

Exclusive Use, Self-catering
Sleeps 6, walking distance to Peebles, fabulous river views, log fire and four poster bed.

About Neidpath Barmkin

Many Scottish baronial homes had barmkins. These building are often listed in their own right nowadays. At Neidpath, they were once part of the castle’s defences, and may have been used to shelter cattle during raids. ‘Nid’ meant cattle in ancient times, and the castle’s name may derive from the narrow pass along the river where the cattle were herded. The Neidpath Barmkin is a conversion of part of the historic buildings, and is now welcoming and atmospheric cottage, inside and out....

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