Located on a working farm which breeds Scotland's native sheep, the Blackface, and has a herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle, but far enough away from the farm noise, Bush of Ewes farmhouse offers quality accommodation in a prime location.
Each of the homely en suite bedrooms, two twins and one double, is tastefully decorated with your comfort in mind. After a good night's sleep, fill up on a delicious home cooked Scottish breakfast with all the trimmings or indulge in one of the lighter options. If you need to head out early, breakfast can be served at a time to suit you, while packed lunches and evening meals can also be arranged if required.
Ideally located just north of Langholm on the A7 tourist route to Edinburgh, and 18 miles south of Hawick, Bush of Ewes Farmhouse provides the perfect place for touring as it offers easy access to the rest of the region and the Scottish Borders.
The nearby 'Muckle Toon' of Langholm is brimming with fascinating history, natural beauty and a wealth of wildlife. Cyclists will love the quiet country roads and forest routes and with 14 beautiful waymarked walks to choose from, walkers are spoilt for choice. You can purchase the Langholm Walks leaflet from the Langholm Initiative on Buccleuch Mill Anglers are also well catered for, with quality fishing spots and reasonable prices provided on the swift flowing rivers Esk and Liddle.
After fun-filled days out, relax in the Bush of Ewes's welcoming TV lounge, or head out into the large pretty gardens to play a game with the family as you breathe in the fresh air and soak up the scenery of this beautiful corner of Scotland.