Cormiston Farm is a family run, four star, bed and breakfast surrounded by the rolling hills of the Clyde Valley. It lies within 2 acres of mature garden and woodland, some 2 miles from the town of Biggar and is listed by Historic Scotland.

There are two large double bedrooms, overlooking the hills to the south. The largest bedroom has a super king size four-poster; both have private bathrooms.

A sitting room is available where you can relax in front of a log fire on chilly days.

A full Scottish breakfast is included in the price: fresh seasonal fruit, porridge, free range eggs, bacon, sausage and a variety of black/white puddings; home-made marmalade, jams and preserves, and the finest teas and coffee.

Dinner, if required, is usually at 8pm, and is a seasonal four-course set meal. Much of the produce is from the walled kitchen garden or from local markets. The emphasis is on local ingredients cooked in a simple way. We have a small but select wine list, as well as excellent beers from the local Broughton Brewery.

Children of all ages are always welcome, and stay free if under 16.
All major credit and debit Cards accepted.

Serviced Areas

  • Southern Scotland

Contact Details

  City Biggar
  Postcode ML12 6NS
  Address Cormiston Road
  Phone Number 018 9922 1507

From Our Website

Cormiston Farm is surrounded by the rolling hills of the Clyde Valley in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. The farm house lies within 2 acres of mature garden and woodland, surrounded by farmland, some 2 miles from the town of Biggar. The House was built in the 1790's, with additions in 1900, it retains many of the original Georgian and Victorian features. The farmhouse and large Georgian Steading to the rear are B Listed by Historic Environment Scotland. Wind Energy We have a Gaia wind turbine to generate most of our electricity.

If you have any special dietary requirements please try and let us know early so we can cater for you. We comply with the EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation (EU FIC) enforced by the Food Information (Scotland) Regulations 2014 (FIR) - and will notify you of the allergens that may be present in our food. Afternoon Tea can be served between 4pm and 6pm in the garden on warm, sunny days or in the sitting room. A selection of teas, coffee, homemade cakes or scones will help to revive you after your journey.