Open fronted, housed hot tub with wonderful views
Enjoy wonderful open-plan living
Well-equipped kitchen, the perfect place to cook up a storm
Enjoy romantic meals here
Relax on the comfy double bed
Step inside and enjoy the luxurious micro lodge
The stylish shower room
Enjoy a relaxing shower
Views towards this amazing lodge with private, open fronted, housed hot tub
Perfect place to enjoy al fresco dining over the wonderful countryside
Beautiful St Marys Loch
Visit Edinburgh for the day
Beautiful Wilton Park in nearby Hawick
Approach to this amazing bespoke lodge
Nestled amid wonderful countryside
1 / 15  Open fronted, housed hot tub with wonderful views
2 / 15  Enjoy wonderful open-plan living
3 / 15  Well-equipped kitchen, the perfect place to cook up a storm
4 / 15  Enjoy romantic meals here
5 / 15  Relax on the comfy double bed
6 / 15  Step inside and enjoy the luxurious micro lodge
7 / 15  The stylish shower room
8 / 15  Enjoy a relaxing shower
9 / 15  Views towards this amazing lodge with private, open fronted, housed hot tub
10 / 15  Perfect place to enjoy al fresco dining over the wonderful countryside
11 / 15  Beautiful St Marys Loch
12 / 15  Visit Edinburgh for the day
13 / 15  Beautiful Wilton Park in nearby Hawick
14 / 15  Approach to this amazing bespoke lodge
15 / 15  Nestled amid wonderful countryside

Cuddies Lodge

Teviothead (1.5mls W), Scottish Borders
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
5 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Hot tub
Working farm
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Enjoy a romantic rural escape to this unique bespoke luxurious micro lodge
  • Perfect for a short break to get away from it all - flexible changeover day
  • Relax and unwind in the private, open fronted, housed hot tub with amazing views and LED lighting
  • Enjoy al fresco dining from the spacious enclosed decked area and admire the breath-taking views
  • Perfectly positioned to enjoy Dark Sky stargazing directly from the property
  • Amazing walking routes directly from the property including the nine mile Teviothead Circular
Property code: 75346

Get away from it all to this luxurious stylish micro lodge with open fronted, private, housed hot tub and spacious enclosed decked area, enjoying magnificent views over the surrounding countryside.

Located in an elevated position in the historic Teviothead, this romantic retreat is perfect for couples seeking a rural bolthole to enjoy the Scottish countryside and each other’s company. Surrounded by open countryside with a backdrop of rolling hills, there are numerous walks straight from the front door, including the 9-mile Teviothead Circular. Less than 2 miles away is the Johnnie Armstrong Gallery where you can see the goldsmiths at work and maybe even pick up a stunning piece direct from the studio. You’re not completely cut off from civilisation though - boutiques, bars and restaurants can be found in the bustling market town of Hawick (11 miles).

Your bespoke, luxurious micro-lodge has a contemporary design and a spacious open-plan interior. French doors look out onto the open countryside and you can cuddle up in bed watching the light playing across the distant hills. Decorated in a soothing palette of neutral tones and with wooden floors and accents, your lodge has a calming and peaceful atmosphere.

Step onto your fully enclosed private decked area and pause for a moment to appreciate the wonderful countryside views stretching in all directions. Enter your fantastic lodge where you will find open-plan accommodation, cleverly designed to create a sense of space. After a day of hiking the hills, sink into the sumptuous sofa with a glass of wine and snuggle up to watch the latest blockbuster or simply enjoy the views. Rustle up tasty meals for two in the well-designed compact kitchen area to share at the cosy dining table. At the back of your lodge is the comfy double bed where you can relax and enjoy the stunning views. Completing your accommodation is the stylish shower room.

Enjoy fantastic hill and countryside views over Skelfhill Pen and the Henry Scott Riddle monument from your fully enclosed deck area. Soak tired limbs in your indulgent open-fronted, private, housed hot tub, the perfect place to relax and unwind. Dine alfresco at the comfortable seating area with charcoal BBQ. There is ample off-road parking available next to the lodge.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 1 bedroom - double
  • 1 shower room
  • Two ring electric hob, fridge/freezer and microwave
  • Private housed hot tub – bathrobes and slippers included
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • 1 dog welcome – dogs are to be kept on a lead outside of the enclosed decked area
  • Shops, pubs and restaurant 7 miles
  • Complex of properties
  • TV in lounge area
  • Charcoal BBQ available
  • Private water supply

The area surrounding your rural retreat is a haven for nature lovers, with open fields and rolling hills creating the perfect habitat for a diversity of wildlife. There are walks straight from the doorstep through the surrounding countryside. Lace up your walking boots for a hike along the Teviothead Circular, a 9-mile trail along quiet country lanes, past the grave of notorious reiver Johnny Armstrong and across pretty burns.

The largest of the Border towns, Hawick (11 miles) is well worth a visit. Browse the many boutiques selling the world-famous Hawick cashmere and tweed. Visit the Borders Textile Towerhouse, a fascinating museum giving an insight into the region’s textile manufacturing history and the Hawick Museum where the town treasures are housed. In the heart of Hawick is the Borders Distillery where you can take a tour to see how their single malts and gin are produced, and of course sample a wee dram or two.

Stroll the beautiful gardens at Monteviot House (22 miles). Breathe deeply in the aromatic herb garden and the fragrant rose garden, admire the spectacular colours of the winter garden and feel relaxed in the tranquil water garden. Wander around the stunning arboretum with its towering trees and shady spots. Deep in the heart of the Ettrick Forest, Bowhill House (24.5 miles) has old masters on display and ancient tapestries adorning the walls. Explore the beautiful gardens, follow one of the waymarked trails through the stunning grounds and spot red squirrels, otters and mountain hares on your walk.

This property is personally managed by Gavin.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by Matthew 6th March 2020

Had a fabulous break, the location is outstanding. The cabin itself is well appointed and was spotlessly clean, the covered hot tub was fabulous and being roofed was a huge bonus as we had some very wet weather. The owners were lovely and helpfully, highly recommend this lovely place.

Reviewed by Umara 26th October 2019

Lovely couple, the lodge was amazing, beautiful sheltered hot tub perfect for the rainy weather, views were stunning and would definitely recommend to all.

Reviewed by Alice 19th October 2019

We really enjoyed our break, the hot tub was fabulous, and we had a great view, the shelter over the hot tub was nice too as it rained during our stay. Lodge was very cozy and clean, we were left 2 homemade scones which was a nice touch. There wasn't really anywhere to walk the dog close enough to not have to get in the car, but this wasn't an issuRead moree for us. We will definitely return, but maybe not during school holidays as this made it more expensive. Overall we had a lovely time! Hide

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Open fronted, housed hot tub with wonderful views
Enjoy wonderful open-plan living
Well-equipped kitchen, the perfect place to cook up a storm
Enjoy romantic meals here
Relax on the comfy double bed
Step inside and enjoy the luxurious micro lodge
The stylish shower room
Enjoy a relaxing shower
Views towards this amazing lodge with private, open fronted, housed hot tub
Perfect place to enjoy al fresco dining over the wonderful countryside
Beautiful St Marys Loch
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