Hartleap Bed and Breakfast
An undiscovered gem in a superb rural location
Enjoy the best of Scotland from the comfort and seclusion of Hartleap. The house stands on its own between two of the loveliest valleys in the Borders - Ettrick and Yarrow. It's approximately 30 minutes from each of the historic towns of Moffat, Selkirk, Hawick and Peebles where visitors can enjoy a range of attractions; and 2 hours drive from the Newcastle ferry (from Amsterdam).  Edinburgh is an hour's drive away.  There is easy access to unspoilt hill walking and the area is well known for excellent mountain bike trails.

Stunning scenery

The house is set in one and a half acres of hillside, with flower garden, wild areas and stream-side walks - a perfect setting to watch wildlife and birds. Immediately surrounding hills are accessible for walking with other walks nearby of varying degrees of challenge. You can join The Southern Upland Way three miles from the house and the Grey Mare's Tail waterfall is 20 minutes drive away.  

Activities

Mountain biking at one of the world class 7 Stanes trails - Glentress - is nearby. Downhill and cross-country biking at Innerleithen for the thrill seekers as well as road cycling on the many quiet Borders lanes are options for active visitors. More details from Visit Tweed Valley. St Mary's Loch, just 7 miles away, offers water sports and sailing, and, of course. the River Tweed is  a 'must' for anglers.  With no light pollution dark skies are perfect for stargazing! Read more about the area here. 

Other attractions

The rich Borders history can be found in stately houses, abbeys, castles and churches.  Dawyck is one of the loveliest woodland gardens in Scotland and Little Sparta is a 30 minute drive. At Eskdalemuir the Samye Ling Tibetan Buddhist Centre is a unique and interesting place to visit. Pick up a bargain in cashmere factory shops in Hawick.  Literature lovers might enjoy Sir Walter Scott's home, Abbotsford, the John Buchan Museum in Peebles and the James Hogg exhibition in Ettrick.

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