Enjoy a romantic getaway
Views towards this perfect romantic hideout
Relax in this luxurious micro lodge
Wonderful bespoke kitchen
Enjoy your getaway and admire the views
Fantastic stylish open-plan
Enjoy dining in
Lovely shower room
Fantastic shower
Watch a great film
Enjoy al fresco dining and admire the wonderful views
1 / 11  Enjoy a romantic getaway
2 / 11  Views towards this perfect romantic hideout
3 / 11  Relax in this luxurious micro lodge
4 / 11  Wonderful bespoke kitchen
5 / 11  Enjoy your getaway and admire the views
6 / 11  Fantastic stylish open-plan
7 / 11  Enjoy dining in
8 / 11  Lovely shower room
9 / 11  Fantastic shower
10 / 11  Watch a great film
11 / 11  Enjoy al fresco dining and admire the wonderful views

The Hideout - Stag

Biggar (1ml S), Glasgow and Clyde Valley
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
5 star
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Hot tub
Working farm
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Wonderful bespoke stylish micro lodge perfect for a romantic getaway
  • Relax and enjoy the magnificent countryside and valley views from the private hot tub
  • Amazing walking routes available directly from the property including the Crosscryne
  • Located close to the historical beautiful Royal Burgh of Biggar
  • Traditional New years Eve street party held in Biggar with bonfire, dancing and torch procession - a great way to see in the New Year!
  • Enjoy a trip to the fascinating museums of Biggar and Upper Clydesdale, Gas Works or the towns award winning Victorian Puppet Theatre
  • Pre-book a Virgin Balloon flight from near by Shieldhill which is perfect for a special occasion
Property code: 65806

Luxurious micro lodge perfect for a cosy romantic retreat with private hot tub to enjoy. Located close to all local amenities and a wealth of attractions, in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Surrounded by rolling hills and woodland landscapes, this remote area of Scotland is perfect for a romantic getaway. Explore the natural wonders that lie nearby, and visit the local villages and towns for a cultural experience. With an elevated position located on a family-run working farm, this lodge, that is one of two homes, boasts impressive panoramic views.

Quaint and charming, this delightful micro-lodge has been carefully and thoughtfully decorated to ensure a wonderful stay. With a tiled arched roof and lovely wood panel front, this lodge blends beautifully with its surroundings. Furnished in a country living style, this accommodation is cosy and provides a unique holiday experience.

Venturing into the lodge, there is an open-plan layout which makes effective use of space. On one side is a comfortable sofa, so you can sit back and watch the wall-mounted TV or socialize. Opposite is a lovely dining table that folds away if needed, for romantic dinners or casual meals. Bespoke and well-equipped, the kitchen has everything you need for your stay. Tucked behind the lounge with a partial screen is the double bed that enjoys tranquil views through the window, and is comfortable and cosy to ensure a good night of rest. Situated at the far end of the accommodation, the bathroom is more contemporary in style, with a rainfall shower and a WC.

Step back through the front door onto the private decked area, which has a seating area and a gas BBQ so you can dine alfresco and enjoy the fresh air and countryside views. As the sun begins to set, take a dip in the hot tub and try to spot the variety of wildlife such as deer, squirrels, owls and rabbits. Off-road parking is available next to the property.

  • 1 bedroom - double
  • 1 shower room
  • Two ring gas hob, fridge/freezer and microwave
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Private hot tub
  • Bathrobes and towels for hot tub provided
  • 4G available with most mobile providers
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Gas BBQ available
  • Regret no pets
  • Shops, pubs and restaurants, within walking distance
  • TV/DVD in lounge area
  • BBQ packs and beer packs available, pre-booking required directly with owners
  • Private water supply
  • Minimum 2 night stay

With the picturesque countryside at your door, there are a plethora of great walks, hikes and even cycling trails to explore. Hike up to the impressive Tinto Hill or Culter Fell, some of the highest hills in central Scotland. To appreciate the views from a new perspective, why not pre-book a Virgin Balloon flight and soar up into the sky.

Other opportunities for those who enjoy the outdoors, include visiting the Pentland Hills Regional Park that is situated 21 miles away from Biggar. Miles of open trails with a range of difficulties pass through meadows, farmland, woodlands, and across hills with spectacular views. A little closer to home, you'll find the River Clyde, with beautiful banks to walk along, as well as fishing and boat trips further downstream.

Biggar itself is a vibrant, historic market town, with a great selection of independent shops and eateries. Learn about the rich history by visiting the wonderful museums including the Biggar and Upper Clydesdale Museum, the Biggar Gasworks Museum and the Albion Museum. The town is well-known for its Victorian puppet theatre, as well as the annual arts festival that takes place every October, called the Biggar Little Festival. Another brilliant celebration that takes place annually is the Hogmanay bonfire that dates back to the pagan times, and is the Scottish equivalent of the New Year celebration. The evening includes a torchlight parade with pipers and drummers, as well as the huge bonfire.

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 Stephen 17th November 2019

Ideal for a few days away, great property, facilities and location. Highly recommended

Reviewed by C 11th October 2019

we enjoyed our stay, the pod was excellent, clean, fully equipped, warm and comfortable.

Reviewed by Clare 14th September 2019

great place for a relaxing break with fantastic views of the countryside. Owner was on hand for any issues and really friendly. Everything you need supplied and bed was extremely comfy.

Reviewed by Emily 9th August 2019

Had such a lovely and relaxing weekend. Loved being so close to a working farm and hearing the cows moo! Perfect amenities inside and a great size for just two people. Would definitely come back!

Reviewed by Peter 13th July 2019

Jill and Colin the owners are so welcoming and on hand if you need them but otherwise they just leave you to enjoy your holiday. the pods are amazing with everything you need in them from tea and coffee to utensils. great location great views lots of walks and biggar only 30 min walk for lots of shops. one of the best places ive stopped in. we willRead more definitely be returning its so peaceful and relaxing. Hide

Reviewed by Kate 14th June 2019

I can't rate this property highly enough, it was truly the most relaxing break I have ever had - so peaceful, incredible views and wonderful owners. The pod was immaculate and I'll never forget the magical sunsets from the hot tub!

Reviewed by Fiona 8th April 2019

A beautiful and peaceful setting for a relaxed get away. The accommodation was well equipped, very clean and cosy. The owners are friendly and helpful. Having your own hot tub was the icing on the top of the cake!

Reviewed by Stacie 3rd April 2019

Staff are extremely friendly. The place is lovely to get away for a break.

Reviewed by Samantha 27th March 2019

Absolutely amazing place. So relaxing and peaceful. Beautiful scenery, especially from the hot tub. The owners are lovely, so friendly and helpful. The prosecco left in the fridge for our arrival was such a lovely gesture. I can not compliment the lodge enough. Its such an amazing place, the pictures dont do it justice. It's a must to visit to realRead morely appreciate it for what it is. Truly 5 star Hide

Reviewed by Robert 22nd March 2019

Enjoyed a very quiet romantic weekend with my fiance who wanted to celebrate her 30th birthday in peace, this was the perfect location with beautiful views, great cabin and wonderful hot tub

Reviewed by Kerri-lee 13th February 2019

Absolutely loved this little hideout cottage, it was perfect! It had everything we needed, was beautiful and clean. They even had some milk in the fridge and a dressing gown. It was so warm and cosy with amazing views of the countryside. Definitely recommend this for a relaxing getaway!

Reviewed by Hasan 16th November 2018

We absolutely loved staying in the Hideout, it lived up to its name being secluded and hidden away. Perfect for a romantic weekend away. Facilities were awesome and everything you needed, I would highly recommend.

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