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Borders Glamping, situated in the attractive Liddesdale Valley of the Scottish Borders, just South of the village of Newcastleton, offers glamping experiences very different to the normal glamping site. Each unit is situated in its own secluded location within the curtlidge of a 363 acre sheep farm. Currently there is a self-catering Hobbit House, a luxury glamping cabin and a back to nature camping pod. This unspoilt area of the Scottish Borders is only 21 miles from the M6 motorway and only 17 miles from Kielder Water and Observatory. It boasts truely spectacular scenery.

 It is an ideal base for those wanting peace and tranquility or a holiday exploring the history, culture and wildlife of the Border Reivers country.

Liddesdale was once a valley of Border Raiders and warfare when the sword and the lance were in use most days - now it is a quiet land where birds, wild orchids and red squirrels flourish. The village of Newcastleton (also known as Copshaw Holm) was designed and built by the Duke of Buccleugh in 1792 and now is a thriving community with 2 restaurants, a bistro and coffee shop, tea room, gift shop, Spar, Costcutter and Post Office.

Situated in Scotland near the borders of Northumberland and Cumbria, Borders Glamping is an ideal base for visiting Kielder,  Hadrian’s Wall and the North Lakes. 

WALKING  There are many river, forest and hill walks to suit walkers of all abilities. The dis-used Waverley railway line runs through the farm.

CYCLING and MOUNTAIN BIKING  Borders Glamping is the ideal place to stay for a mountain biking or cycling holiday or short break. The Newcastleton 7stanes Trail is one of the famous 7 which proves very popular with families and groups of varying levels of ability or you could ride over to Kielder to join up with the Bloody Bush and Lonesome Pine (red graded trails). The old Waverley Railway line actually runs through the farm and is just off Route 10 of The Reivers Cycle Trail.  

FISHING We own a mile of the Liddel Water, with three good pools. Guests are welcome to sit and fish (salmon and sea trout rights excluded) and enjoy the tranquility of Liddlesdale. 

HORSE RIDING  What better place to bring your horse for a riding holiday than to the farm that was home to the legendary Lenamore for over 10 years. We have stabling for your horse with 363 acres of private land and miles and miles of forest tracks to ride around whilst enjoy the spectacular view of the Scottish Borders. A near Olympic size all-weather arena is also available for guests to use.

STAR-GAZING One of the darkest places in the UK, as mapped by Dark Sky Discovery, the glamping cabin has its own glass panels above the bed to view the stars and being near Kielder makes it an ideal location for those visiting Kielder Observatory.