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From the minute we walked in we didn’t want to leave. From the thoughtful touches, to the ‘wow’ factor of the view, the 4 star quality of the bathroom and the breakfast pack that we bought from Berryhill. It was all amazing! It’s a Scottish Hygge where you just slow down and enjoy the special moment of comfort and contentedness.


Had an amazing stay at Berryhill! We had lots of snow which made it even more magical. Scotland’s version 0f Hygge! Will be back 🙂


8th May 2017

First lamb of 2017 finally arrives at #Berryhill on a chilly May morning.

3rd April 2017

Just doing a little bit of guinea fowl first aid……

Poor Alba – we think he was got by the fox. Still, with a garden-cane splint and a few meal worms hopefully he will be on the mend soon – we’ll keep you posted!


Learn how and where to find food in the wild food, build an open fire and then cook what you have found

The little lodge is set in a natural grassland paddock nestled beneath a native woodland copse. Wide french windows open out onto a decking area with wonderful views over the undulating Berwickshire countryside.

Within, the little lodge has everything you need for an intimate romantic getaway, small but perfectly formed!

Open plan living/sleeping area Freeview TV and DVD Woodburning stove Galley kitchen Bathroom with shower Outdoor BBQ area

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Why not take the opportunity to book up for a photography course and learn from one of the most prolific and best wildlife photographers in the Scottish Borders Mr Laurie Campbell.  To find out more contact us

St. Abbs is on the south east coast of Scotland in the county of Berwickshire. The village of St. Abbs is a community with a rich heritage and a spectacular location.

The sea around St. Abbs with its crystal clear water is a well-known scuba diving area. The adjacent headland with its towering cliffs is a noted National Trust Nature Reserve boasting a wide variety of bird life. The glorious sandy beach at Coldingham Bay recently awarded a Blue Flag is only five minutes walk along the cliff top path.

Previously known as Coldingham Shore and now shortened to The Shore, the village was founded as a fishing community and its success has in the past, but less today, been dependent on that industry. Always popular with visitors coming to enjoy the sea, coastal views and quieter pace of life.

Find out more about St Abbs

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the largest arts festival in the world and takes place every August for three weeks in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city.

Every year thousands of performers take to hundreds of stages all over Edinburgh to present shows for every taste. From big names in the world of entertainment to unknown artists looking to build their careers, the festival caters for everyone and includes theatre, comedy, dance, physical theatre, circus, cabaret, children’s shows, musicals, opera, music, spoken word, exhibitions and events.

In 2014 there were 49,497 performances of 3,193 shows in 299 venues, making it the largest ever arts festival in the world.

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