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Nether Boreland B&B, nr Lockerbie

Nether Boreland B&B, nr Lockerbie
Scotland. Dumfriesshire, DG11 2LL.

A former coach house and village inn, Nether Boreland offers a relaxing stay in breathtaking Dumfriesshire countryside. Full Scottish breakfast included.

Price per night: from £70 to £75.

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Nestling in the Dumfriesshire countryside is former coach house and village inn, Nether Boreland. The farm has two double rooms and one twin. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, TV, clock radio, hair dryer etc. The Guest Lounge has a huge open fire where guests can relax with music or TV. After a freshly cooked Scottish breakfast, you can explore the Borders countryside or take part in one of the many sports available locally including golf, fishing, sailding and stalking. Boreland village is about 7 miles north of Lockerbie where there are good local amenities and a golf course. Lochmaben, about another 5 miles away, also has a golf course and some lochs, one of which offers sailing. If you head north from the village towards Eskdalemuir you can lose yourself in the wilds of the Borders, one of the emptiest landscapes in the UK. You could also visit the Samye Linge Buddhist Temple.

The coach house is the former village inn and was a meeting place for local shepherds and farmers. It retains a characterful atmosphere and has been sensitively decorated to reflect its age. The nearest town is Lockerbie, sadly well known around the world for the Pan Am terrorist attack in 1988. There is a disaster memorial in the town and an exhibition at the Dryfesdale Visitor Centre. A little further away is Dumfries, an excellent shopping centre and full of history. It was the birthplace of Robert Burns, Scotland's national bard, who lived in the area for most of his short life. The village of Moffat is a great place to take in, an attractive 19th century spa town, it is full of wee shops and cafes. The Station Park in the summer is a riot of planting and regularly wins prizes for the floral displays. Enjoy a delicious full Scottish breakfast in our dining room. Packed lunches and an evening meal can be arranged if booked in advance. Please request in the Additional Information section. We can also recommend a number of good restaurants in the area if you wish to enjoy an excellent meal. The Coach House is part of an equestrian centre - riding and carriage driving can be arranged. Scenic carriage drives can be arranged if booked in advance. Or you could indulge in a 'Try Driving' session and turn your hand to the sport yourself. The farm is on a number of walking and cycling routes, including a well travelled Land's End to John O'Groats route if you are feeling energetic. You are welcome to bring your dog. You can even bring your horse and we will provide stabling in our extensive yard (which also has a small indoor school for exercise). Please let us know if you wish to bring a pet or have a go at Carriage Driving in the Additional Information section of the booking form.


  • 19th century buildings
  • Breakfast Included
  • Parking (free)
  • No smoking
  • Child Friendly
  • Dog/Pet friendly
  • B&B
  • Room Only (no kitchen facilities)
  • 3 Star Official Rating
  • Historic Property
  • Free broadband access (wifi)
  • Television
  • Sitting room
  • Hair dryers
  • Electric heating
  • Open log fire
  • Cooked breakfast (included)
  • Dinner available (at additional cost)
  • Fridge
  • Recommended walks
  • Golf course (a short drive)
  • Recommended restaurants (a short drive)

Arrival information

Leave the M74 at Jct 17 and take the B7068 towards Lockerbie. At the first roundabout after the motorway, turn left and follow the B7076 for approx 1.5 miles. Turn right following signs for Boreland and Eskdalemuir. At the T-junction turn right and follow this road for a further 5 miles until you come into Boreland village. Nether Boreland is the first house on the left after the telephone box. Lockerbie is on the west coast mainline rail network with regular connections from both south and north. Bus and taxi services are also available.

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London, United Kingdom. 59 Devons road, E3 3DW. +44 7306809983