Westcote Glamping opened in the Spring of 2018 to provide a luxury, sustainable and enjoyable option for those wishing to visit the Borders region or simply those looking for a Scottish stay-cation.


The idea first came into conception, once Annette moved from her home in the North East of England to the Borders, Drew's home, and loved the area so much she wanted to share it with others. The scenery, the outdoor-lifestyle and, honestly, the alcohol of the region was enjoyed by family and friends and so they decided to share it with others. 


Westcote's location means that if you are looking to enjoy nature, prefer to browse the cashmere, or you want to experience the Reivers or ecclesiastical hertitage, you can do just that! How you experience the area can be tailored to you, and Annette and Drew will help you do just that both knowing the Borders, the Lothians and the North of England well!


So come join us soon to sit under the spectacular Scottish stars that fall just north of Europe’s largest dark sky reserve whilst toasting marshmallows and drinking your complimentary bottle of Prosecco.


In addition to the glamping accommodation Westcote is a working sheep farm, so you can see the lambs every spring; offers stabling facilities, so you can bring your own horses; has chickens, so you can pick your own eggs for breakfast; and has its on-site glen to explore!


Organic Farmhouse
Breakfast Hamper 
& Fire PitS
Outdoor Hot-tub
Eco Toilets
Electric Shower

“ The Showmans Hut was like a Tardis! Fully equipped and so comfortable. Can’t wait to return!!”

“The highlight for the kids was feeding the lambs & picking eggs from the chicken coop each morning.”

“Bella the pooch loved the freedom of a fully enclosed campsite and ran herself silly whilst we bar-B-q’d & chilled.”

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TEL: 07962 172094  

E-MAIL: westcoteglamping@gmail.com

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