Aikwood Tower offers some of the best luxury accommodation in the beautiful Scottish Borders.
500 years of history has been lovingly restored and renovated into five-star boutique accommodation without comprimising on the integrity of the original building. This really is the perfect antidote to modern living - there's no better place to revive your batteries or host a get-together of family and friends.
Built in the 1540s, the striking Grade A-listed tower house is full of authentic medieval castle charm – from the spiral staircase that winds its way through the heart of the building to the enormous crackling fire in the Great Hall. Now fitted with all the amenities of a 21st century home, the exclusive use self-catered venue has five en-suite bedrooms (sleeping up to 11 guests) and four reception rooms - ample room for relaxing and socialising. No guest has ever failed to have the most restful, cosy night’s sleep in the stunningly comfortable Duxiana beds!
Whether you are looking for peace, calm and to be left alone to enjoy your stay or wish to be waited upon with fine food and drink, the Aikwood Tower team is on hand to meet your needs with upmost discretion and efficiency.
Just an hour’s drive from the north of England or south of Edinburgh and settled amongst the stunning rolling hills of the Ettrick Forest, Aikwood Tower is easily accessible by car, train and air. Transfers can be arranged for all guests.
The former home of Lord David Steel, this is the ideal base to explore all the Scottish Borders has to offer - a rich range of activities for all age groups; cross-country walking, mountain biking, horse-riding, clay-pigeon shooting, archery, fishing, golf and there are a number of charming towns, historical sites and artistic events to explore.
|Aikwood Tower||£2,450 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.