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Gatehouse Lodges: Self-Catering Accommodation at Castle Craig

The gatehouse lodges were formerly gatehouses to the Castlecraig estate and the original buildings are Grade II Listed.

Our newly renovated lodges are carefully designed to complement the style of the original gatehouse buildings. They comprise six self-catering cottages situated round a pleasant courtyard, near the entrance to Castle Craig. Four of the lodges have three twin bedrooms, and two have two twin bedrooms.

Inside each lodge:

  • Sitting room/dining area with a French window opening out onto garden areas,
  • Twin bedrooms with shared bathrooms,
  • Fully-equipped kitchens.

We provide:

  • TV, DVD player & Wi-Fi broadband internet,
  • Iron/ironing board,
  • Bed linen and towels,
  • A small amount of food items: bread, milk, butter, eggs, tea, coffee, cooking oil,
  • The ‘Essential Guide to the Scottish Borders’ & sightseeing information leaflets.

Shared Accommodation

Unless you wish to rent a whole cottage to yourself, the Lodges are available on a shared basis - there could be other visitors in the Lodge in which you are staying.  All guests have separate lockable bedrooms but the rest of the facilities are shared.

Standard Rates & Discounts

Please contact us for our current rates. Discounted rates apply to family members who are visiting for family therapy.  If you wish to be accommodated in one of our cottages for more than 3 nights, then please contact us about a discount.  If you are a member of the Friends of Castle Craig, you are also eligible for a discount although this offer does not apply during our annual reunion.

For more information or to make a booking please contact:

Our Head of Housekeeping, Olga Olesheva:

+44 (0) 1721 722763  

o.olesheva@castlecraig.co.uk

Booking confirmation

Once you have made a booking we will send you a confirmation letter with other useful details such as information on visiting a relative at Castle Craig, local taxi companies, nearby shops, and local tourism highlights.

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