Hotel Accommodation in Biggar

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Cormiston Farm, a Four Star Bed and Breakfast, listed by Historic Scotland, lies in the Clyde Valley 2 miles from the town of Biggar. There are 2 double bedrooms, one with a super king size four-poster; both have private bathrooms. A 4-course set dinner is available at 8pm with a small but select wine list. Children stay free if under 16. All major credit and debit cards accepted.

The Abington Hotel is a great place for a short break any time of year. We're so easy to find, just five minutes from the M74 and close to the Scottish Borders, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Biggar and Moffat. And a great stop over for visits to the Scottish Highlands and the north of Scotland. We have recently been upgraded to three star by VisitScotland and now offer free broadband internet access throughout

One of Scotland's more unusual and elegant mansion houses,William Lieper's French Renaissance Period Chateau has undergone sensitive and tasteful restoration and conversion to a quality country hotel, offering the traveller a peaceful and comfortable haven, resting in beautiful countryside and providing a high standard of accommodation, food and service.

The Hopetoun Arms Hotel, originally constructed in the mid-19th century as a hunting lodge for the Hopetoun Estate, now forms the heart of the Scottish village of Leadhills in Lanarkshire and is the highest residential hotel in the United Kingdom. Set in the open countryside of the Lowther Hills in the Southern Uplands the rivers Nith and Clyde, the hotel is within one hour's drive from Glasgow, Edinburgh

Shieldhill Castle is ideally set in beautiful landscaped gardens in the Upper Clyde Valley, South of Scotland. A country hotel, with leisure, business and sporting facilities, offering comfort, excellent service and outstanding value. Discover the warmth and tranquillity of Shieldhill Castle surrounded by its enchanting and peaceful gardens.

By the village green, at the heart of this peaceful Borders village, Skirling House was designed in 1908 by the Arts and Crafts architect Ramsay Traquair for Lord Carmichael. Specially designed as a country retreat, little has changed over the years. As if caught in time, there are delightful original architectural features at every turn. The sense of style remains now it is a luxury 5 star Bed & Breakfast

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