Step into a timeless decor of earthy colours in sympathy with the surroundings, solid wooden furniture, and heated oak and slate floors, lovely muted plaids and tweeds from Anta, and well-chosen art on the walls.
The open plan kitchen is spacious and fully kitted out, relax over dinner, sitting at a beautiful oak table, admiring the view through the large arched window. It boasts an electric range cooker, large fridge freezer with ice machine, granite worktops: sofas are huge in leather or tweed; a wood burning stove provides a focal point for cosy nights in - with board games, tellies, books, and musical instruments.
The addition of a second lovely lounge/music room is a great asset for family groups. A garden with a hot tub allows you to enjoy the peace and beauty of the valley.
With 2000 acres to roam, all ages will be happy here, children and dogs are all welcome. Walks and cycle rides ramble off in all directions. The farm is home to a pedigree Aberdeen Angus cattle herd and a flock of Chevease ewes.
It is a wildlife paradise providing a haven for deer, foxes, stoats, squirrels, kestrels, barn owls, pheasants, partridges and so much more.
Guests are welcome to try and catch a wild brown trout on the farm loch, we partner with Alba Game Fishing offering fishing trips throughout the Scottish Borders including guided salmon and trout fishing on the Tweed – 2 miles from the houses.
There are 9 golf courses within 15miles of Dignity and Time, and for those seeking more excitement we are 7 miles from the world-renowned mountain biking centre of Glentress Forest, with its great choice of green, blue, red and black runs.
Discover a land with a turbulent and romantic history, punctuated by imposing castles, elegant abbey’s, stately mansions and dramatic ruins many within a 30-minute drive.
With the new Borders railway, it means Edinburgh is easily accessible Dignity and Time are 6 miles away from the station at Stow and it’s a 40-minute train journey into the city centre.
Wherever your day takes you, it’s a comforting thought to be able to return to comfy sofa’s and wood burning stoves or even a dip in the hot tub to soothe those aching muscles.