Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, TD8 6PHView on map
Why stay here ...
Our CL at The Bairnkine is situated on our working farm of almost 1100 acres, nestling below The Cheviot Hills. Adults, children and pets are welcome and we encourage you to take a walk on the farm using our established walks deer, duck, squirrel and badger walk. You can also walk to some of our ponds and watch the wildlife and birds.
The site is located just off our farm drive and offers two hardstanding and three grass pitches, all with electric hook up and space for awnings. Wifi is free. There is a water point - please note our water is from our own private supply.
We are situated approximately an hour's drive from Newcastle, Carlise and Edinburgh; so a great base for exploring the Scottish Borders. Jedburgh is only three miles away with Mary Queen of Scots house, Jedburgh Jail and Jedburgh Abbey and some lovely coffee shops too. Other Border towns which have lots to see and do in are Kelso, Hawick and Melrose.
There are lots of activities in the area including fishing, mountain biking, walking or horse riding. We can help you organise these activities.
Come and stay with us in the Borders and relax doing as little or as much as you want!
Some sloping pitches
Electric amperage: 16
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What a fabulous location 3 miles from Jedburgh, great views, lots of wildlife and walks a plenty once lambing has finished in late May. Two hard standing pitches and rest to grass with EHU, water and refuse facilities together with a brick built bbq for visitors use. Birdsong is the main noise heard with occasional working farm sound added to stunning open views are the sites main positives. Lovely warm welcome from Lucy and as we were there in May only main farm tracks available for walking, this still gives plenty of choice but better when wildlife walks are open after lambing finished. I saw Deer, Hare Rabbit and many birds even with dog walking alongside me. Farm mainly sheep with some cattle gives plenty to look at, site well maintained and in good order. Good strong WiFi included in the price. Plenty to do locally our first time at Jedburgh which is a gem of a town with castle dungeons, abbey and Mary Queen of Scots house. Easy MH parking in town too. Good access from A68 too