Anne's Cottage and Craig's Cabin

Roberton Mains offers visitors two self-catering properties, both outfitted with comfort and relaxation in mind. Whether you are looking to visit the historic attractions of Lanarkshire and the Scottish Borders, the countryside of the Southern Uplands or just relax on the farmland of Roberton Mains, Anne's Cottage and Craig's Cabin offer a cosy base from which to explore.

Anne's Cottage is a single story property, built in a traditional style, separated from the rest of the farm by a paddock and the pond. The cottage is very private but still benefits from the rural atmosphere of the farm. The cottage has its own log fire, two tastefully decorated rooms, and can sleep up to four people.

Craig's Cabin Self Catering

Craig's Cabin enjoys beautiful panoramic views of the Borders and Lanarkshire countryside. The cabin has high ceilings, wooden floors, king size beds, and a light, airy feel. The Cabin has three relaxing bedrooms and can sleep up to six people. The master double bedroom has an ensuite shower room attached.

Nearby Attractions

Located only one mile from Dolphinton, Roberton Mains is a great base for exploring Southern and Central Scotland. Edinburgh and Glasgow are only a drive away and the exquisite UNESCO World Heritage Site of New Lanark Heritage Village.  Biggar and West Linton are nearby, providing restaurants, pubs and shops.

For more information regarding rooms, facilities and prices, please visit the Roberton Mains Farm website.

 

From the South (Carlisle and M6, A74)

From the A702 at Dolphinton take a left, sign posted Dunsyre and Walston, and pass the church, approx. half a mile, once through the trees, the cottage is situated on the right, before the farm.

From the North (Edinburgh)

From the A702 half way through Dolphinton take a right, sign posted Dunsyre and Walston, and pass the church, approx. half a mile, once through the trees, the cottage is situated on the right, before the farm.

Tel: 01968 682256

Location: Roberton Mains Farm EH46 7AB

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