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- 50-acre site in the grounds of a Georgian mansion
- Spectacular views towards the Venlaw hills
- Bar with entertainment at peak times; TV room and playground
Peeps – and pooches – you should come to Peebles. As it's a sure bet you'll find something to feast your peepholes on round these parts, whether that’s the 50 miles of mountain bike trails at Glentress Forest, piles of lovely wares in town – Peebles was named Top Independent Retailing Town in Scotland – or the artsy attractions and several festivals.
Nearby River Tweed is internationally famous for salmon fishing too: the Peebles town motto and crest even has three salmon a-leaping up the water. All in all, rather fab.
Right on the edge of Peebles to also feast your eyes on is Rosetta Holiday Park, an attentively manicured family and dog-friendly site set over 50 acres with spectacular views towards the Venlaw Hills.
The park is in grounds surrounding a Georgian mansion and includes an old stable block converted into the Hayloft Bar; ask at reception for current opening times. There's also free evening entertainment including karaoke at weekends, and the stables building also has a TV room with a few games to keep the family occupied.
Outdoors, there’s a playground for the kids to swing, slide and climb around; additional facilities include a launderette and an amenities block with handy touches such as shaving points and a baby changing area.
(Please note that the bar is closed on weekdays and entertainment is minimal outside high season.)
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch/unit
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Electric car charging point(s)
Gas cylinders available
Dog walk nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Touring and motorhomes
- Coach stations
— 12.5 miles
12.5 miles Road End — 12.5 miles
12.5 miles Heriot Rd End — 12.8 miles
- Train stations
Stow Rail Station
— 13.2 miles
13.2 miles Gorebridge Rail Station — 13.9 miles
13.9 miles Newtongrange Rail Station — 15.3 miles
- Ferry ports
Leith Newhaven Harbour Ferry Landing
— 22.3 miles
22.3 miles South Queensferry Ferry Landing — 24.1 miles
24.1 miles Town Pier — 25.2 miles
— 21.0 miles
From the north, take the A703 and turn right onto Violet Bank just before entering Peebles. Follow the road for about half a mile and the park will be on your right.
From the west, travel along the A72 and turn onto Young Street then straight onto Rosetta Road. Continue for about a mile and the park will be on your left.
One of the many highlights of the Scottish Borders is that, while the region is rightly popular with savvy holidaymakers, it remains off the mass tourist track so you can gleefully pursue your pastimes without areas becoming overcrowded.
Fishing is one of the most popular pursuits in the area is because of Peebles’ proximity to the River Tweed, on the top scale of salmon fishing rivers in the world. Go out on your own with your rod licence or bag a trip/course from one of the many local angling centres nearby; the Tweed and its tributaries yield wild trout and grayling too. Elsewhere in the area, anglers have acres of lochs for coarse fishing and the Berwickshire coast nearby for sea angling – and views – off Eyemouth, Burmouth and St Abbs.
The mountain bike trails of Glentress Forest, three miles away, are another big draw for active visitors – the Tweed Bike Festival is held here in May and June and Glentress/Innerleithen are part of the world famous 7stanes mountain biking trails. The award-winning centre at Glentress has trails of all grades and a most modern visitor centre with bike wash, bike hire and a bike shop.
The Tweed Love Bike Festival is held at Peebles in early summer, but if you miss it/aren’t a mountain biker, several other festivals cover several other tastes such as arts, jazz, food, Highland Games, Rugby Sevens and the traditional week-long Beltane Festival.
Dramatic highlights like shows at the Eastgate can be had at any time of the year, as can sampling fresh local produce in the town’s hotels and restaurants, park and river walks by the Tweed and the prerequisite till-ringing at the Old Town and School Brae.
As well as Peebles, the Borders has plenty of other characterful towns to seek out such as Selkirk, Jedburgh, Galashiels and the Borders’ biggest town Hawick; those looking for even brighter lights can make their way to Edinburgh, just 20 miles away.
- Royal Scottish Academy (19.7 miles)
- Edinburgh Zoo (19.8 miles)
- National Museum of Scotland (19.9 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
- Does Rosetta Holiday Park have a swimming pool? No View all features
- Is Rosetta Holiday Park dog friendly? Yes View all features
- What attractions are near Rosetta Holiday Park? One of the many highlights of the Scottish Borders is that, while the region is rightly popular with savvy holidaymakers, it remains off the mass tourist track so you can gleefully pursue … Read more
- When can I check in and check out of Rosetta Holiday Park?
Camping and touring Arrive: 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. Depart by: 10 a.m.