Set amongst 1200 acres of rolling grassland, this farmhouse which offers extremely comfortable accommodation, commands stunning views over the Lyne and Tarth Valleys and has the ruins of Drochil Castle towering behind it which dates back to 1578.
Whilst based at Drochil Castle visit: - The River Tweed, which is famous worldwide for salmon and trout fishing, runs through the beautiful Scottish Borders and attracts anglers from all over the world.
Glentress Forest, which is Scotland's premier mountain biking destination, and the superbly designed Red Bull Elibank Forest trail system, at Innerleithen, which provides "real" mountain biking, are only a 15 minute drive away.
Bird enthusiasts can watch newly hatched Osprey chicks in the Tweed Valley Forest Park thanks to an automatic camera close to the eyrie. Live pictures of the ospreys are being beamed live to Kailzie Gardens and Glentress Forest, just outside Peebles.
Dawyck Botanic Garden, which has a stunning collection of trees and shrubs. Gaze at exotic conifers dating back to 1680, and some of the tallest trees in Britain.
The Scottish Borders is a region famed for its tweeds and cashmere knitwear. Browse, and buy, in the mills and shops. Alternatively, visit the City of Edinburgh, the Capital City of Scotland, which is famous for the Edinburgh Fringe and the Edinburgh festival. Tour Edinburgh Castle, Hollyrood Palace and the many museums, or the Royal Yacht Britannia, which has made Edinburgh Her new home.