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- Small, exclusive site with gorgeous yurts in amazing Scottish scenery.
- Cosy woodburners inside and a fire pit and BBQ for each yurt outside.
- Get away from it all, recharge and relax in comfort.
Our yurts are a forest green to compliment the unspoilt Ettrick Valley. Each sits on raised decking with great views along the valley and has its own sitting out area with a picnic table, BBQ and fire pit.
Wonderfully cosy inside with colourful painted woodwork lit by the 5ft crown in daylight and candles and solar lights at night. Comfy beds, table and chairs, duvets, fresh linens, cushions and blankets as well as all the cooking equipment you will need. Colourful rugs and a wood burning stove will keep you toasty all night long.
Hot showers and proper toilets are a short stroll from your Yurt, and we have a small shop on site for any forgotten essentials as well as a few little luxuries. Free Wi-Fi is also available and plenty of books and games you can borrow.
A stream trickles past the yurts and is a great place for paddling and messing about. This flows into the River Ettrick which is securely fenced off but is easily accessed.
Fires are allowed in designated fire pit areas outside each yurt. We have a private stream that runs through the site that is a great place for kids (and big kids) to play. Please remember that for safety children should be supervised at all times.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
No dogs allowed
Horse riding nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Tiny (1-10 pitches)
Tipis, yurts, or wigwams
- Coach stations
Selkirk: Market Square Coach Stop — 10.6 miles
10.6 miles Hawick: Horse Coach Stop — 11.8 miles
11.8 miles Peebles: Eastgate Bus Stop — 13.4 miles
- Train stations
Lockerbie Rail Station — 26.4 miles
26.4 miles Carstairs Rail Station — 27.9 miles
- Ferry ports
Leaplish Ferry Landing — 29.0 miles
29.0 miles Belvedere Ferry Landing — 29.8 miles
Edinburgh Airport — 35.0 miles
From the A720 Edinburgh City Bypass, follow the A68 south to the Newstead Roundabout then follow signs to Galashiels then Selkirk From Selkirk take the B7009 through Ettrick Bridge. Ettrick Valley Yurts is about 6.5 miles past Ettrick Bridge on the left.
From Edinburgh Airport/Glasgow:
Travelling eastbound, turn off the Edinburgh bypass at the Straiton Junction and take the A701 to Peebles. Then take the A72 to Innerliethen and then the B709 past Traquair and Yarrow Water to Tushielaw. Turn left here, Ettrick Valley Yurts is about 2.5 miles on the right.
From the A1 take the A68 north of Darlington. Turn off at Newstead Roundabout and follow signs to Galashiels and Selkirk as above.
or from the M6 take the A7 to Hawick and then Selkirk.
All around are rolling hills, sparkly streams and the gently meandering river creating some of the finest scenery in Scotland. Fresh air and wildlife abound, and there is no light pollution so thousands of stars are visible on a clear night, yet you are only 70 minutes from Edinburgh.
This is a great place for walking and cycling and is a wonderful base for exploring the many castles, houses and natural wonders of the Scottish Borders. And then there is golf, horse riding, kayaking, tree climbing at Go Ape and other attractions close enough for a day out.
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.