Abbotsford, the home that Sir Walter Scott built in his beloved Scottish Borders in the early 19th century, is the enduring legacy of one of the world’s greatest writers. On the banks of the River Tweed.
Set in the heart of the Ettrick Forest - the ancient hunting ground of Scottish royalty up to the reign of Mary Queen of Scots - Aikwood Tower's authentic history and understated luxury provide the amiable surroundings for a magical stay.
Dimpleknowe Mill is a stunning, two storey converted mill, which has been refurbished to the highest standard. Dimpleknowe Mill can sleep up to 6 people in its three ensuite bedrooms, and is fully equipped for elderly or disabled visitors.