Rink Hill


  • #Wifi
  • #Accessible
  • #Quirky
  • #Romantic
  • #Modern
  • #Hot-tub/outside Bath

£300.00 per night as of 08/01/2024

When the day-to-day becomes that bit too overwhelming and you need to recuperate take deep gulps of the fresh Scottish air, walk stunning landscapes and enjoy the modern luxury of awe-inspiring Rink Hill. This modern home for two is quite literally off-the-beaten track, it is situated on a hillside on a hill track, and is tucked away from the busy chaos of 21st Century life. Stunning doesn't quite cover this exceptional property set in the lovely Scottish borders. This flat-roofed, circular-fronted timber lodge blends beautifully with its natural setting, surrounded by native grasses, meadow and wild flowers and overlooking the breath-taking Tweed Valley. Floor to ceiling windows complete the front exterior of the property, offering captivating vistas whatever the time of day or night and whatever the unpredictable weather might bring. You can also relax and unwind in your own private hot tub looking at the stunning view and enjoying a little bit of luxury! Step indoors and enjoy the dramatic landscape from the comfort of the spacious, open plan living and dining area. Light the woodburner and take your seat on the stylish mid-century inspired furniture, including a deep corner sofa, put your feet up and relax. Your every move will be warm and cosy thanks to the underfloor heated wooden floor boards and natural light pours through the windows to illuminate your days while moonlight creates the most romantic evening atmosphere. The kitchen area is well-equipped with pretty duck-egg blue cupboards and lots of space to make use of the local culinary specialities and create romantic suppers for two. Breakfast can be enjoyed on stools at the kitchen bar and there is a lovely dining area which overlooks the valley and is perfect for formal meals. The mud and sweat of vigorous hikes can be washed off in the stunning, large bathroom, which has a double sized shower and freestanding sink unit. Or soak away the day in the free-standing bath where you can relax and marvel at the spectacular views. At bedtime, head to the king-sized bed and slip between the crisp, white linens. Drift off under the stars or pull down the blinds to create a cosy cocoon. Should you be able to drag yourself away from Rink Hill, the local area offers a plethora of activities for those wanting to explore. There are wonderful walks and mountain bikes trails in the area which is also home to plenty of lovely villages and market towns. Surf at Coldingham Bay, fish the River Tweed or Go Ape at Glentress. For great eats try The Fleece Bar at Selkirk, The Salmon Inn at Galashiels or the award-winning Firebrick at Lauder. Favoured coffee spots include Three Hills Coffee, Selkirk and Cocoa Black, Peebles.


  • Tiny Home Borders

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    Housing two, Tiny Home Borders is a gorgeous romantic retreat perfect for any couple. Immersed in the beautiful scenery of the Scottish Borders, Tiny Home Borders benefits from an array of impressive outdoor furnishings, from the Scandinavian wood-fired hot tub to the ‘Greta’ outdoor cooker, doubling up as a BBQ and a pizza oven for budding chefs. With a private Lochan, guests can sample paddleboarding for a truly wild experience, or equally, enjoy an afternoon of yoga with views of the southern slopes of Rubers Law. Totally uninterrupted by the hustle and bustle, Tiny Homes Borders is a peaceful trip away from reality. Hosting a double bed complete with luxurious bedding and enough blankets to sink a ship, Tiny Home Borders is a cosy bolthole. Inside, the kitchen is furnished with a fridge and a gas cooker, and all the rooms are powered using solar-powered 240v sockets. Though the shower promises limited hot water, the Swedish woodfired hot tub outdoors promises relaxation under the stars. The outdoor area is wildly impressive, featuring a large deck area with outdoor furniture, a log burner, the ‘Greta’ Swedish outdoor cooker, BBQ and pizza oven and, of course, the opulent Scandinavian hot tub. Impressively, Tiny Home Borders hosts its own Lochan, perfect for wild swimming. Paddleboards are provided, alongside everyday essentials including tea and coffee, milk, bread, butter and cooking oil, and unlimited wood, kindling, fire-lighters and matches. Towels, slippers and robes are also supplied for the ultimate cosy experience. The cabin also hosts a variety of games for a sociable evening in, and the mobile signal is strong, with selective networks allowing 4G. Found in the midst of Rubers Law in the Scottish Borders, Tiny Home Borders is the quintessential Scottish retreat. Inundated with historical sites including Abbotsford, The Home of Sir Walter Scott, Melrose Abbey, Jedburgh Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey and the Mary Queen of Scot’s Visitors Centre, guests will be spoilt for choice. Scott’s View and Eildon Hill boast impeccable views of the slopes of Rubers Law, with the 15th-century Smailholm Tower housing similarly impressive hilltop snapshots.

    £195.00 up to £275.00 per night

  • The Bothy

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    Charming, stylish and contemporary, The Bothy is a barn conversion in the Scottish Borders that's ideal for your next rural retreat. The interior manages to be elegant and stylish, without losing the rustic charm of the building, with plenty of squashy furniture for you to relax on. The large kitchen/living area is warmed by a wood burner, perfect for returning to after a day exploring nearby Edinburgh or discovering the local scenery! Sleeps 4 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾THE HIGHLIGHTSWonderfully stylish barn conversion with a contemporary feel that still retains its rural charm. Super-comfy furnishings make this an ideal place to relax and unwind.Large windows allow the outside in, flooding the space with natural light whilst always reminding you of your marvellous natural surroundings.Fantastic location in the Scottish borders with plenty of hiking routes nearby.The amazing city of Edinburgh is a short drive away making it ideal for day trips.

    £745.00 to £1,100.00 per week

  • Plum Orchard Cabin

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    Tucked away amidst a serene plum orchard in the Scottish Borders, this idyllic cabin is tailor-made for individuals and couples seeking tranquillity and peace. With panoramic vistas of verdant landscapes, guests can relish mesmerising sunrises and sunsets over undulating hills while unwinding in the Scandinavian-inspired wood-fired hot tub. As you approach, you’ll be delighted by the cabin's exterior, which reflects meticulous attention to detail. You’ll spot the secluded 'sitooterie' veranda, which encourages you to savour the scenery, whether lounging in a hanging chair with a morning cuppa or stargazing from the hot tub under the night sky. Once you enter the cabin, you’ll see that this attention to detail continues inside. The cabin provides you and your loved one with a bright and spacious ambiance, with beautiful green walls and a sleek and stylish kitchen at one end. The space also features big windows which perfectly frame the country views and fill the living area with natural light. Get comfy on the sofa next to the woodburner and enjoy the view with a nice glass of wine or put your feet up and watch a movie on the smart TV as the flames flicker in the burner keeping you toasty and warm. The open plan living area also has the stylish kitchen, which features all the amenities you’ll need to prepare meals during your stay. Dine on the quaint table for two opposite the kitchen or walk through the glass sliding doors and dine alfresco in the sunshine, breathing in the fresh country air. The bedroom is a calming space with yet more incredible views and features a plush double bed that is dressed in Egyptian cotton linens to ensure you enjoy a restful night’s sleep. The invigorating shower in the modern bathroom provides respite after a day's adventure exploring the farm or wandering the nearby beaches. Other great touches in the cabin include complimentary WiFi and underfloor heating to keep toes toasty. You’ll also have a selection of board games and books at your disposal, as well as the aforementioned hot tub where you can spend hours in luxury. When it comes to filling your days you may just want to sit in the hanging chair on the veranda and tuck into a good book or wander the surrounding farm. However, if you venture out you’re situated on the edge of the village of Gavinton in the heart of Berwickshire. You may also wish to wander around the farm on which you're staying. Take a nature-filled wander around the surrounding land and keep your eyes of open for their resident barn owls. There are also tawny owls, yellow hammers, herons, hares and deer plus the farm's pigs, Romney sheep and hens. If you fancy enjoying a scenic walk and some farm animal and wildlife spotting you can enjoy a hike around West Bastlebog's organic land, hiking in the Lammermuirs or Cheviots. You may also want to spend some time relaxing on some of the nearby beaches or taking in the sights on some rugged coastal walks. There are also some great museums and stately homes to visit in Duns and Kelso and some great fishing opportunities on the Tweed.

    £145.00 up to £220.00 per night

  • Fishing Hut

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    Fishing Hut is a quirky cabin, perched on a river bank in the Scottish Borders. Half hand-crafted wooden cabin, half-vintage caravan, this unique stay is rustic and stylish inside with an open-living space kept cosy with a wood-burner. Enjoy a morning drink on the deck overlooking the river, listening to the gentle music of birdsong and water rushing by. Sleeps 2 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾 THE HIGHLIGHTSThis is a marvellously unique property that was built by an artist 20 years ago.Located right on the edge of a river you can sit with a cup of tea and watch as wild ducks swim by.Comfy, stylish hut with sofas that sit around a log burner as well as two private decks outside.Stay toasty around the firepit with a glass of wine as the stars shine up above. Comfy bed with windows on three sides allows you to wake up to a lovely view of your surroundings.Situated in the extensive and delightful grounds of Dod Mill which you can explore as you wish.Sat in the Scottish Borders close to the boundary with the Lothians and the city of Edinburgh is within driving distance.YOU SHOULD KNOWThe property does not have a shower, but guests are given access to a 'Wash Room' that has a shower and is shared by guests of a few other properties.There is no conventional oven, but you can cook using the log burner which has an in-built oven and stove top.You have a cool box, but no fridge.There is a great space outside the Fishing Hut for an additional tent. So families are welcome to bring a tent for older children to sleep in. This means that the property can sleep up to 6 guests between the Fishing Hut and an additional tent. Enquire for more information.

    £145.00 to £165.00 per night