There are a few B&B, Guesthouses and Hotels in Jedburgh, four miles away, the nearest Big town to us. Tourist Board accommodation list here.
Our Village of Ancrum
Our Local Pub & Restaurant The Ancrum Cross Keys Inn is two miles along the road. Serving brilliant local beer (including the Big Tree Society / Scottish Borders Brewery collaboration Wild Harvest brews ), great food, great craic. We usually adjourn there at the end of the course day for a pint !
There is also well stocked village shop with cracking coffee and bacon rolls.
Ruberslaw Wild Woods Camping : Denholm
The Scottish Borders has no other camp site like Ruberslaw Wild Woods Camping. The 500 acres of unspoilt upland is set in the heart of a newly proposed Special Landscape Area, giving official recognition to our wonderful landscapes.
Wild-camp on the slopes of Ruberslaw, Hide away in the woodland clearings, or enjoy the seclusion and comforts of the walled garden, close to the hub around which it all revolves.
Everything you need to know to arrange a special camping stay is here
The Big Tree / Buy Design Gallery Vicinity
There are great walks all around our gallery and workshop venue here at Harestanes. We have Border Abbey Walks, St Cuthbert's Way, Pennine Way, Southern Upland Way and loads of really great woodland, river and wee hill walks right at Big Tree itself. So there's plenty of space for partners, family or friends who are not on a course with you to enjoy the great walking, cycling, running, canoeing and mountain biking space the area has to offer.
Big Tree pals Avril and Alan are the fantastic hosts at Roulotte Retreat is aimed at people looking for something completely different who love style and adventure and appreciate the tranquillity of the countryside www.roulotteretreat.com
Local Air BnB
And a couple of recommended local Air BnB's for you :
6 miles Old Howden, Jedburgh
2 miles Nisbet Mill Cottage