Nestled next to a pond, camp between the trees of a young woodland, close to a small river and large fields, this spot offers close to wild camping in a private space in the Scottish Borders. Choose your spot in the woodland, overlooking the pond or hidden in the trees. Suitable for 2-6 men dome tents, not suitable for very large tents. Grass pitch, no hook up
The Reading Room is a small private room with its own entrance in a courtyard of a farm ideally suited to couples or individuals looking for a rural escape or some countryside inspiration. The room has a double bed and sofa bed so can sleep between two and four, a desk with a view over the fields to write at, a kettle, microwave, toaster and access to a bathroom and washing facilities. Good for those with mobility issues, there is one small step up to the room and ramped access to reach the bathroom facilities.he Reading Room is available on Air B & B.
The farm is in a more rural area of Rulewater, offering total escapism from a hectic pace of life, ideal for a weekend of switching off and getting away from it all. A very back to basics experience, there is no wi-fi, limited mobile phone coverage and no television. Slow down the pace of life and enjoy meandering walks to the village pub, or finding inspiration along the riverside, why not take a dip and enjoy some wild swimming! Surrounded by miles of mountain bike trails around Rulewater and in the edges of Keilder forest, with secure cycle storage available.
The friendly furries include two ponies, ducks, chickens and sheep. Wildlife includes red squirrel, deer, wild ducks, oyster catchers, starlings and more. Fresh eggs may be available and home grown vegetables depending on the season.
The Horse and Hound pub at Bonchester Bridge is within walking distance of about a mile and a half for great meals from locally sourced ingredients.