Follow the path of the river Tweed, then up hill and down dale – gorgeous – until you reach a hidden valley and the family’s 2,000-acre farm.
Here nestles Time, immaculately converted, with great wide views over an ancient Borders landscape of drystone walls and rolling hills, all of which can be easily admired from lounging in Time’s own hot tub in its own private outside space.
Inside this house is charming and stylish with its double height sitting room with a wood burner and a mezzanine snug for quiet moments. A separate spacious kitchen/ dining room is beautifully equipped with wooden units and granite tops- a perfect spot for long meals. A ground floor double/ twin with an adjoining wet room is disabled friendly. All the bedrooms enjoy crisp white linens, memory foam mattresses, soft Anta tartans and Tweeds a lap of luxury awaits.
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.