Highfield is part of a beautiful stone-built cottage on a hill farm in the Scottish Borders. This old shepherd's house is modern & cosy, has a superb kitchen, huge lounge & a stunning rural location. The house next door, Little Highfield, is also available.
Highfield is available for up to four people on a self catering basis. The house is part of Hillhouse farm in the Scottish Borders which is also home to a few thousand sheep. The Sutherland family have farmed here for over 50 years across 3 generations. It's a fantastic place - sitting high on the hills overlooking Lauderdale it really does have tremendous views.
Highfield is an old shepherd's house but it's been refurbished recently so now you'll find it to be modern & cosy. It also has a superb farmhouse-style kitchen, huge lounge, large bedrooms and two bathrooms (one of which is en suite). This is a really spacious house so you won't feel like you're living in each other's pockets, but it's also somewhere we hope you will feel immediately at home in.
The house next door, Little Highfield, is also available - it has virtually the same facilities as Highfield but all with slightly cosier proportions! There are interconnecting doors between the two houses which we unlock if both properties are being rented by one party. Little Highfield can, of course, also be rented completely separately.
Accès des voyageurs
Access to the cottage, its garden, and the freedom to roam right across Hillhouse farm.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
The cottage is very much yours for the duration of your stay - we'll likely say hello when you arrive, and other than that please just call in at the farm house, or give Jo a ring, if you've any problems or need info.
If you don't fancy cooking during your stay, there is a perfect option about a mile from the house in Carfraemill hotel, which is also owned and managed by Jo.
No smoking inside the cottage please, but otherwise please make yourselves very at home here.
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A mum of three grown up children, and now some very small grandchildren too. A farmer's wife who's spent her whole life in hospitality in one way or another - I run a hotel and in my home life I'm at my happiest hosting big family parties in our farmhouse.