Views towards the lodge with private hot tub
Lounge area
Dining area
Kitchen area
Double bedroom with en-suite shower
En-suite shower
Twin bedroom
Private hot tub
Views from the lodge
Wooded area
View towards the lodge
1 / 12  Views towards the lodge with private hot tub
2 / 12  Lounge area
3 / 12  Dining area
4 / 12  Kitchen area
5 / 12  Double bedroom with en-suite shower
6 / 12  En-suite shower
7 / 12  Twin bedroom
8 / 12  Bathroom
9 / 12  Private hot tub
10 / 12  Views from the lodge
11 / 12  Wooded area
12 / 12  View towards the lodge

Glen Moray

Hawick (1.5mls E), Scottish Borders
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Hot tub
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Log Cabin / Lodge
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Enjoy views across the open fields a haven for deer and other wildlife
  • Perfect dark skies location for star gazing
  • Fantastic covered hot tub on the private decking overlooking open countryside
  • Walks from your doorstep to explore the Borders countryside
  • Local whisky distillery in Hawick where you can book a tour and sample a dram!
  • Close to the 7stanes mountain bike trails suitable for all levels of ability
Property code: 43844


This charming lodge, close to Hawick, is the perfect backdrop if you are looking for an authentic Scottish holiday experience. This property is nestled in leafy surroundings, with views across the stunning scenery of Cavers in the Scottish Borders. Sleeping four guests in comfort, this is a superb choice for a family planning to holiday in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).  Two dogs are welcome to stay and accompany you on your walks as the property is close to some lovely trails including the South Upland Way. With plenty of scope to enjoy golf courses, and prime trout and salmon fishing spots, you can really immerse yourself in country life the Scottish way.

On arrival at this lovely single-level lodge, you will encounter the spacious open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. This is the social hub of the house and is a comfortable place to relax and rejuvenate after a long day of exploration in the Scottish Borders. Unwind on the sofa to read books or watch a DVD on the TV. There are two restful bedrooms at the lodge, one double and one twin, where you can enjoy a lovely night’s sleep.  Buy some local produce at the nearby shops to create some delicious meals for you and your family in the handy kitchen, that comes fully equipped with all you could ever need. 

The lodge opens out onto a private decking area which is home to a wonderful hot tub – a welcome tonic after a long bout of outdoor activity. The deck is also the perfect setting to view the night skies. There’s very little light pollution (if any) in this area of the Scottish Borders. Set within private land, you are welcome to explore the grounds, keeping an eye out for deer and other wildlife on your strolls. 

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

  • Bedrooms - 1 double with en-suite shower and WC and 1 twin bedroom

  • Bathrooms - En-suite shower and WC and bathroom with shower over the bath and WC

  • Kitchen - with gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher

  • Utility room - with washer/dryer

  • TV/DVD in lounge and Gas effect fire 

  • Bed linen and towels included

  • Electric and central heating included

  • Wi-Fi included

  • Private covered hot tub on decking

  • 2 dogs welcome

  • Shops, pubs and restaurants 2 miles away

  • Arrival: 4pm


Located close to the Scottish Borders town of Hawick (1.5 miles) which is a frequent winner of the national floral awards. Hawick is known as a producer of textiles and everywhere you go in the town, you will find shops selling knitwear and cashmere garments. Local attractions include the Borders Textile Towerhouse, Wilton Lodge Park, The Hawick Museum and Scott Gallery, and the Borders Distillery. You can also make use of Hawick for its shops, banks and petrol stations. Fishing and golf are hugely popular pursuits in and around the Hawick area too. Take your rod and reel down on to the banks of the River Teviot or the Tweed to catch a fine specimen. Hire a mountain bike and visit the pretty villages of Bonchester Bridge (14 miles) or Denholm (5 miles) and the rest of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Hop the border into England and find out what the Kielderhead National Nature Reserve has to offer visitors. Birdwatchers will love it here as its one of the best places in the British Isles to see ospreys after a 200-year absence from the area. Kielder Salmon Centre is one of the largest conservation hatcheries in the UK and it is free to visit. Spot the elusive pine martin while walking in the Kielderhead National Nature Reserve, a diversity of habitats, it’s a superb place to go for a nature walk with your loved ones.

This property is personally managed by Gavin.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 17 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Kaye 9th November 2019

Fantastic relaxing break at Cavers. Hot tub was lovely and a bonus that it was covered so we still used in wet weather. Lovely walk around the estate. Not much to do or round about but just a short drive in to Hawick and not far from visiting surrounding areas/towns that has plenty to see and do. Just what we were looking for. Will be back!

Reviewed by Andrew 19th October 2019

Excellent choice of accommodation. Very helpful and easy to use site.

Reviewed by Rebecca 24th August 2019

Perfect family holiday! We arrived home yesterday after a week at Glen moray lodge. The lodge is a home from home, and brilliantly equipped. The location was just right, 5 minutes drive to the town and supermarkets, and lots of castles, museums and attractions within easy reach, also. There is a lovely walk from the lodge, to some old ruins of a maRead morenor house hidden in the trees, that is a must see! The hot tub was our favourite! Many hours relaxing, and taking in the peacefulness, simply heaven! Hide

Reviewed by Brian 22nd June 2019

The lodge is in a small complex of lodges. Would say that it is OK for two adults, but not for four adults. Bedrooms are small.

Reviewed by Sean 8th June 2019

Such a brilliant people and fantastic hosts as always. This is our third visit here. I describe it as going home.. such a lovely location hosted by fabulous people that really cant do enough for you. Looking forward to going back

Reviewed by Janice 25th May 2019

Kate was amazing from the outset, with a lovely bottle of bubbles to greet us as I had mentioned we were celebrating my Dad's birthday. The cottage has all amenities and is very spacious and well presented. The location is great, just a short drive into Hawick town centre and perfect for exploring the borders region of Scotland. Highly recommended,Read more we had a wonderful stay Thanks Kate & Phil Hide

Reviewed by Paul 16th March 2019

Quietd and relaxing location - very pleased with our stay, very enjoyable

Reviewed by John 8th March 2019

Second time I have visited this lodge it's perfect for a wee getaway and chill out , relaxing in the hot tub or going for a walk in the lovely surrounding areas. You are not far from Hawick where you can eat out in in some of the lovely wee restaurants or pop in to one of the very friendly pubs . I will be back again!

Reviewed by Carole 28th February 2019

Perfect stay. Location is quiet and secluded- what we were looking for. The hot tub was lovely and well maintained. One of the days the weather was pretty bad, but you would never have known from inside as its well insulated. Hot tub is also covered so the weather didnt stop us using it during the rain and winds, made even more perfect by two deer Read morethat appeared. The owners are lovely and welcoming, and kindly provided breakfast and bubbly. Will definitely return. Amazing stay. Thankyou!! Hide

Reviewed by Gary 9th February 2019

Excellent cottage

Reviewed by Anne Marie 19th January 2019

The cabin was perfect. We were met outside the site & lead up to the property. Everything we needed had been supplied, and we were treated to a lovely welcome gift of bubbly & chocolates to start our honeymoon. The thoughtful supplies of bread, butter & milk were gratefully appreciated. The surroundings were peaceful & immaculate and being only 5 mRead moreinutes drive from the town was perfect. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Glen Moray & hope to be back before long. Hide

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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