Holiday Parks & Lodges in the Scottish Borders

Rolling countryside in the Scottish Borders, Scotland

Holiday Parks & Lodges in the Scottish Borders

Nestled between the breathtaking Scottish Highlands and the vibrant city of Edinburgh, the Scottish Borders region unveils a world of captivating landscapes, rich history and cultural wonders. For nature enthusiasts, this area offers a diverse landscape of rolling hills, meandering rivers and picturesque valleys. The region is steeped in history and heritage, with majestic abbeys and historic castles dotted throughout the landscape. Dive into history at Abbotsford House and Melrose Abbey, stretch your legs in the Lammermuir Hills, go fishing on the River Tweed or tee off at one of the region's prestigious golf courses. The Scottish Borders also embraces a rich cultural scene, with vibrant festivals, traditional music and artisan crafts. This picture postcard area is the ideal location for a tranquil getaway. Whether you're looking for a romantic retreat for two or a large lodge to celebrate with family or friends, our holiday parks and lodges in the Scottish Borders tick all the right boxes. From luxury to budget-friendly and everything in between, book your perfect getaway in Scotland today.

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Things to do in the Scottish Borders on your UK getaway

Explore historic sites and landmarks...
This part of Scotland is teeming with magnificent castles, medieval abbeys and historic houses. Visit the magnificent medieval Melrose Abbey, burial place of Robert the Bruce's heart'; admire the impressive Gothic architecture in Jedburgh Abbey, a 12th-century Augustinian abbey along the Jed Water; or wander the Cistercian ruins of Dryburgh Abbey, set in a peaceful riverside location. Explore formidable fortresses such as Hermitage Castle in Newcastleton, Thirlestane Castle in Lauder and Floors Castle in Kelso, or follow the region's rich textile heritage on the Scottish Borders Textile Trail, which takes you to mills, museums and workshops. If you're visiting the region as a family, consider one of our spacious holiday parks complete with indoor swimming pools, children's play areas, and local amenities like shops and restaurants.

Escape to the rolling countryside for hiking and outdoor adventures...
The Scottish Borders is a fantastic destination for keen walkers and hikers, with a diverse landscape of river valleys, hills, moorlands and forests. For a challenging and rewarding trek, attempt part of the Southern Upland Way, a long-distance walking trail that spend the entire width of Scotland and passes through the Scottish Borders. If conquering peaks is more your thing, head to the Eildon Hills near Melrose and climb one of the area's three distinctive peaks - Eildon Mid Hill, Eildon Wester Hill, and Eildon Hill North - for incredible panoramic views from the summit. Those in search of something more leisurely to suit all ages and abilities can enjoy a scenic stroll along the River Tweed, a woodland walk in Glentress Forest or a tranquil ramble around Leaderfoot Viaduct. Golfers, fishing enthusiasts and mountain bikers are all well catered for in this region, as are those who simply want to curl up with a pint in one of the cosy country pubs! Our luxury lodges make the perfect rural retreat, boasting facilities like your own private hot tub or a wood burning fire.

Soak up local culture in the picturesque towns and villages...
From hot tub hideaways and luxury apartments to cosy cottages and dog-friendly holiday parks, we have an extensive choice of accommodation in the Scottish Borders to suit every taste, budget and group size. Embrace the picturesque riverside setting of Coldstream, explore the rich industrial history of Hawick, wander the pretty cobbled square in Kelso, or visit the sandy beaches in Eyemouth. Depending on the time of year, keep your eyes peeled for the Common Riding events, a range of festivals and ceremonies that are held throughout the Scottish Borders to commemorate local history, heritage and traditions. Several events take place summer in the towns of Selkirk, Hawick, Jedburgh, Peebles and Lauder, and horseback riding plays a central role in many of the celebrations. Whether you need a luxury lodge for a weekend away with friends, a log cabin with a hot tub for a romantic getaway or a dog-friendly holiday park for a family break, our accommodation in the Scottish Borders can deliver.

Rolling countryside in the Scottish Borders, Scotland