View towards this fantastic micro lodge with hot tub perfect for a romantic getaway
Step inside and relax in the stylish lounge area
Relax on the comfy sofas, admire the views and perhaps watch a movie
Enjoy romantic meals together
The well-equipped bespoke kitchen
Relax and cosy up on the comfy double bed
The lovely light and bright shower room
Enjoy al fresco dining and the private hot tub
Enjoy a dip in the spacious private hot tub and enjoy the views over Tinto
Enjoy al fresco dining amid stunning countyside views
Meet the Neigbours
Views over the farm towards the picture postcard town of Biggar
1 / 12  View towards this fantastic micro lodge with hot tub perfect for a romantic getaway
2 / 12  Step inside and relax in the stylish lounge area
3 / 12  Relax on the comfy sofas, admire the views and perhaps watch a movie
4 / 12  Enjoy romantic meals together
5 / 12  The well-equipped bespoke kitchen
6 / 12  Relax and cosy up on the comfy double bed
7 / 12  The lovely light and bright shower room
8 / 12  Enjoy al fresco dining and the private hot tub
9 / 12  Enjoy a dip in the spacious private hot tub and enjoy the views over Tinto
10 / 12  Enjoy al fresco dining amid stunning countyside views
11 / 12  Meet the Neigbours
12 / 12  Views over the farm towards the picture postcard town of Biggar

The Hideout - The Hare

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

  • Wonderful stylish and bespoke micro lodge, ideal for a romantic getaway
  • Relax in the private hot tub and enjoy the magnificent countryside and valley views
  • Nestled in an idyllic rural area close to the popular, historical Royal Burgh of Biggar
  • Fantastic walking routes available directly from the property including the Crosscryne
  • Visit the towns museums, including the Upper Clydesdale, Gas Works and Victorian Puppet Theatre
  • Pre-book a Virgin Balloon flight from nearby Shieldhill which is perfect for a special occasion
Property code: 74331

Stylish micro lodge perfect for a romantic getaway with private hot tub and splendid views to enjoy, close to all local amenities and a wealth of attractions, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

This super-stylish micro lodge offers a luxurious stay in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty near the historic town of Biggar. With a BBQ and a hot tub from where you can lie back and take in the superb views, this is the perfect romantic retreat.

Inside, the décor is immaculate and minimal, with contemporary soft greys and creams and natural wood finishes, creating a tasteful, relaxing environment. The underfloor heating ensures cosy nights and toasty toes in the morning.

Entering the lodge from the raised deck area, you come straight into the open-plan living area, with a large corner sofa and a bijou table for two where you can enjoy a romantic dinner before relaxing on the sofa in front of the TV. Further back into the lodge is the neat, well-equipped kitchen, opposite the cosy double bed which is partially screened off from the lounge area. In the morning, enjoy a hot shower in the light and airy bathroom at the far end of the lodge, before wandering out onto the deck with a cup of steaming coffee to contemplate the day ahead.

Outside, the stylish decked area is beautifully designed with twin chairs, a picnic table, a BBQ and a hot tub, neatly enclosed in one corner. Sit outside with a drink in the sunshine or cook up a tasty meal on the BBQ before enjoying a relaxing soak in the hot tub after a day out in the fresh air. There’s plenty of opportunities to spot local wildlife from here, including deer, squirrels, barn owls and hares.

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

There is an abundance of stunning walks and cycle routes directly from the lodge, but slightly further afield is Tinto Hill (6.5 miles), the highest point in central Scotland. Once at the top, on a clear day you can see as far as the Lake District and Northern Ireland. Enjoy a rewarding cup of tea in the Tinto tearoom on the way down.

Famous for its Victorian Puppet Theatre, the pretty market town of Biggar (2 miles) is a delightful place. Enjoy a stroll along the high street with its historic buildings before relaxing over lunch in one of the many eateries.

For a romantic day out, pack a picnic and head to the spectacular Dawyck Botanic Garden (10 miles), part of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Enjoy the stunning tree collection and take a leisurely wander along the Burnside Trail.

This property is personally managed by Gavin.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 18 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Evelyn 6th July 2020

A lovely peaceful location on a working farm with great views of fields ,hills ,pheasants, hares and big sheep. Ideal location to explore the Borders. The micro lodge was so cute and had everything needed- kettle, toaster, microwave, fridge/freezer and 2 gas rings. The shower was powerful and a lovely temperature. There was a lot of space, a nice eRead moreating area, sitting area and comfy bed. The addition of the picnic table outside was handy for better weather and the hot tub a great addition. Hide

Reviewed by Ahmad 15th March 2020

I have a very good holiday in this cottage and maybe I come back again This summer

Reviewed by Natalie 13th March 2020

Lovely clean and cosy! Views are stunning and the bed is so comfy! Hot tub was fantastic.

Reviewed by Caroline 22nd February 2020

We had an amazing stay at the Hare lodge celebrating my partners birthday!the lodge was very warm, cosy and very well equipped. The bed was amazingly comfortable.The hottub was a great added bonus along with the beautiful scenery. We enjoyed a peaceful walk around the grounds and a lovely meal from Taj Mahal. The owners where very helpful when needRead moreed. Would highly recommend to friends and family. Hide

Reviewed by Lee 9th December 2019

Lovely little cabin, was absolutely spotless. Views from the cabin were amazing, lovely spot and within travelling distance to manor cities. Very highly recommended.

Reviewed by Lauren 18th October 2019

Absolutely beautiful. Spotless. Well equipped and bed, duvet and pillows very comfortable. Lovely bottle of Prosecco was chilling for us on arrival! We will definitely be back here. Lovely views, nice, quiet and private. Pure bliss. Thank you for our stay.

Reviewed by Lisa 3rd October 2019

Cosy, quiet and lovely views, we stayed for 3 nights and twice walked into Biggar and back, the walk wasnt too long (30mins each way) and was an enjoyable walk. Everything you could possibly need was supplied by the owners and if you did need anything (we didnt) you could have asked. Would definitely stay again

Reviewed by Paul 11th September 2019

Lovely break away, really nice location and spotlessly clean

Reviewed by Karen 6th September 2019

Lodge was clean tidy and very comfortable. Views from the hot tub were amazing. It was very peaceful and quiet.

Reviewed by Irene 27th August 2019

If you want or need a little piece of heaven then choose either the Stag or Hare pod , our expectations were exceeded .

Reviewed by Lynda 26th July 2019

Lovely relaxing weekend away at The Hare Lodge, hot tub is fab and completely chilled out.

Reviewed by Lewis 21st July 2019

My girlfriend and I couldnt believe how well equipped the cabin was! The owners, in addition to being very helpful over the phone when needed, had thought of absolutely everything we could need! The prossecco already chilling in the fridge on arrival was a really nice touch too! The hot tub was fantastic and the seating area was a great spot to speRead morend the early mornings with a cup of tea! Overall we couldnt have asked for more from our time away! Well be back and we 110% recommend this retreat Hide

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