Hygge” – creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people

Set on a working smallholding on the east coast of the Scottish Borders, Berryhill offers a variety of cosy self-catering accommodation for those wishing to get away from it all and explore all that our surrounding area has to offer.

Berryhill Cottage is a cosy stone cottage, converted from the old stables. Set in its own woodland, the cottage is a perfect base for couples to either take a relaxing break or explore the local area. Berryhill Cottage is dog-friendly.

The Little Lodge is a luxury open-plan space for two, ideal for a cosy romantic getaway.

Betsie is our beautiful 1972 VW campervan. Being an old lady, Betsie is not up for big road trips anymore, but she is available as onsite accommodation for two.

Darcy is our bespoke converted Mercedes campervan. Darcy is available to rent to explore further afield. Darcy can accommodate up to 3 people and two dogs – the dogs even have their own wee accommodation built in.

Coorie, the mongolian yurt provides cosy, comfortable green-living accommodation for up to 4 people.

Bella is our boutique bell tent, a great glamping experience for 2 people.

Visit our accommodation page to find out more about the accommodation we offer.

At Berryhill we strive to be as environmentally friendly as possible and hope to inspire our guests to do the same. We have recently been awarded the Green Tourism Silver Award. Find out more about what we are doing to become environmental sustainable.

We are also well on the way to being self-sufficient, with our own rare-breed sheep and pigs, our small flock of free range hens, a colony of native black bees and a range of seasonal vegetables. These are all available for our guests to buy (subject to availability). For details about life on our smallholding and what Berryhill produce is available, visit our Produce page.

Just 1 mile from the main A1, Berryhill provides easy access to the surrounding area. St Abbs Nature Reserve and the spectacular cliffs and beaches of the east coast are within easy reach. The Seabird Centre at North Berwick is 25 miles away. There is great walking both along the coast and inland in the Lammermuirs, whilst riding, fishing, diving and golf can be found locally. Find out more about what activities are available locally and further afield.