Cycling holidays in the Scottish Borders…
Tweed Cottage is the ideal base for a cycling holiday. The Scottish Borders is fast gaining a reputation as a centre of excellence for mountain biking with some of the best trails, passes and cycle lanes in Europe offering great cycling for all abilities. Around the Scottish Borders you will find over 20 cycle routes that all start and finish in major towns.
Golfing holidays in the Scottish Borders...
Within the Scottish Borders there are hidden some challenging gems. Friendly, welcoming, enjoyable and inexpensive – a golfing holiday in the Scottish Borders will be the perfect break. Tweed Cottage is available all year round, from January to December. This makes it the ideal location from which to discover the delights of golfing in the Scottish Borders.
The area was previously recognised for its nine hole golf courses but over recent years many outstanding eighteen hole golf courses have flourished, including The Roxburgh, home of the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open. Every golf course has a feature that will remain with you. The par three, 170 yard sixth hole at Eyemouth golf course was recently voted Britain’s most extraordinary golf hole and Cardrona, the newest addition to the Borders, has been labelled the ‘Gleneagles of the South’.
Escape the pressures of everyday life – the only stress will be choosing which one of the 21 excellent golf courses to play.
18 hole: Cardrona, Duns, Eyemouth, Galashiels, Hawick, Kelso, Minto, Peebles, Roxburghe, The Hirsel, Torwoodlee, West Linton, Woll
9 hole: Innerleithen, Jedburgh, Lauder, Lilliardsedge, Melrose, Newcastleton, St Boswells
Walking holidays in the Scottish Borders…
In a land of astonishing beauty, Jedburgh perfectly captures the mood of the Scottish Borders. An inspirational and romantic place where you can escape the trials of everyday life and experience pure tranquillity in a truly stunning environment.
The landscape of the Scottish Borders is characterised by green, rolling hills divided by beautiful river valleys, the most famous of which is the Tweed. The river runs through the region for nearly 160km (100 miles) from its source above the Tweedsmuir to the sea at Berwick-upon-Tweed. Along or close to the river are many fine walks. In the south-west of the region, the valleys of Teviotdale and Liddesdale, also provide splendid walking with wide views over rounded hills or through the large forests.
To the north and east of the River Tweed, the Moorfoot and Lammermuir Hills are lower and more gentle but providing their own beauty and spectacular views.
The Visitor Information Centre in Jedburgh provides free of charge a booklet entitled ‘Walking in the Scottish Borders’ which features over 30 walks. This booklet is also featured in the information folder in Tweed Cottage.
Fishing holidays in the Scottish Borders…
Fishing in the Tweed, along its captivating 97-mile course, will leave you feeling satisfied to know that you've been fishing in one of the top salmon rivers in the world. Discover why it's so popular with local anglers and thousands of others, who travel from all over the world to catch a fish in it.
The Scottish Borders are ideal or recreational fishing. The Tweed is the obvious first choice to fish although there are some other delightful rivers such as the Teviot, Whiteadder and Till.
Whatever your choice, 14 Tweed Cottages, Jedburgh makes the ideal base to discover these gems.