This 110-acre woodland park is near the charming villages of Jedburgh, Melrose and Kelso in the Scottish Borders. This dog-friendly getaway not only offers a chance unwind; it also has a nine hole 18-tee golf course, a restaurant, bar and function room.
There is also an on-site shop for all your necessities. If you aren’t on the golf course, taking a woodland amble or enjoying a soak in your own private hot tub, you can explore the region, which includes ancient ruins, stately homes and walking trails.
These luxury lodges, set in lush woodland, cater for between two and eight guests and each comes with its own open-air, yet secluded hot tub.
Beds are made up for your arrival, fluffy hot tub towels are provided and there is a complimentary welcome pack.
The lodges cater for all types of breaks – from the cosy Luton perfect for couples to the spacious A-frame two-storey Parkview for family or golf holidays.
Free Wi-Fi, central heating, double-glazing and private hot tubs come standard with all the lodges. Some have wheelchair access.
Two pets are welcome per lodge and there is a charge of £49 per week per dog. Wide open spaces abound giving your best friend plenty of room to explore.
Or visit Edinburgh, just over an hour’s drive from Jedburgh – it’s renowned for being one of the UK’s most dog friendly cities after all.
Here we look at these terrific lodges, places you can visit and what activities are available.
Lilliard's has four bedrooms, sleeps eight and comprises two double bedrooms, both en-suite, two twin rooms and shared bathroom. Patio doors open out onto a large decking with stairs leading to a lower decking where the luxury hot tub awaits for a good soak under the stars.
Roxburgh has two bedrooms, sleeps four and comprises master bedroom with en suite and one twin bedroom, bathroom and patio doors leading out to outdoor decking with its own secluded hot tub.
Luton has one bedroom and is ideal for a romantic break away from it all and when you aren't clinking your glasses in a luxurious hot tub, you can still find time to play a bit of golf or take a starry-eyed stroll through the woodland near your lodge.
Overall rating - 88%
Location & surroundings - 94%
Helpfulness of staff - 89%
Value for money - 92%
Overlooking Luce Bay, and with the charming village of Glenluce nearby, there are plenty of local pubs, restaurants and attractions for you to try.View property
You might be forgiven for wanting to luxuriate in your lodge’s surroundings and not venture beyond the gates, but you’ll never forgive yourself if you don’t. This enchanting slice of the Southern Scottish borders has so much to see and do.
The 17th century town of Jedburgh is on the doorstep and the neighbouring villages of Melrose and Kelso are also worth a visit.
This region is steeped in history and ancient architecture. If this is your bag then there is a rare chance to experience Jedburgh Abbey’s mix of Romanesque and early Gothic style. Wander through the aromatic herb garden to really imbibe how it was to live back in medieval times.
You might want to take your pooch on one of the many nature trails in the area. There are 13 routes to choose from and vary in distance from a mile to 25 miles.
Lilliardsedge Holiday Park is an excellent choice to “stay, place, relax and unwind” – the holiday park’s very own motto. From a romantic meal in the resort’s top class restaurant to a game of golf for dad, while the teens take it in turns playing pool, there is something for everyone.
The choice of lodges means that you can enjoy the company of kith and kin as well as the family’s pets.
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