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Glamping and Campsites in the Borders


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Shepherd's Rest - Hut and Campsite
No pets

Shepherd's Rest - Hut and Campsite

Shepherd’s Rest Campsite based at our family farm near Berwick-upon-Tweed in the picturesque Scottish Borders. We offer visitors a choice of staying in our newly-converted Shepherd’s Hut or staying on our small campsite (tents only) at the farm, set in its own private meadows, waking up to glorious views with a soundtrack of bird call and sheep wandering in the fields beyond. We are open from April-October, allowing you to appreciate the changing seasons.

Islay @ Westcote Glamping, near Hawick
Pets by arrangement

Islay @ Westcote Glamping    near Hawick

Located in Hawick, this campground is in a rural location, within a 10-minute drive of Hawick Museum & Scott Art Gallery and Drumlanrigs Tower. Free self parking is available onsite.

Showman's Hut @ Westcote, near Hawick
Pets by arrangement

Showman's Hut @ Westcote    near Hawick

Located in Hawick, this cabin is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Drumlanrigs Tower and Hawick Museum & Scott Art Gallery. Limited parking is available onsite.

Shepherd's Hut @ Westcote, near Hawick
No pets

Shepherd's Hut @ Westcote    near Hawick

With a stay at this cabin in Hawick, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Drumlanrigs Tower and Hawick Museum & Scott Art Gallery.

Beehive @ Westcote Glamping, near Hawick
Pets by arrangement

Beehive @ Westcote Glamping    near Hawick

When you stay at this campground in Hawick, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Hawick Museum & Scott Art Gallery and Drumlanrigs Tower. Limited parking is available onsite.


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