When you return from your outdoor pursuits, whether they be shooting, fishing, rambling or a visit to the nearby championship golf courses at Roxburghe or Cardrona, you can relax in the carefully manicured gardens and soak up the last of the sun's rays.
At Reiver's Tower the owners have carefully integrated beautiful furniture and fittings into this historic building, such as the splendid oak dining table above. Every need is catered for and no expense is spared to gain the desired effect. For more formal dining the Tower possesses a second, professional standard kichen and dining hall. Should you wish you can bring in the caterers to create the perfect breakfast, lunch or evening meal.
Each of the five bedrooms is decorated to the highest standard with individual touches to set it apart. Above is the Buccleugh room with tiny holes under the windows through which arrows could be launched.
After your meal you can retire with your guests to the great hall. It is here that Reiver's Tower comes into its own. We are confident you will be impressed by the luxurious furninshings and the exquisite rugs, but it is the rare jogged lintel fireplace which dominates this space and gives it its link to the past. As you relax and create your memories in front of the flames you do so in a truly evocative setting.
Or perhaps you would prefer to relax in the Laird's Study over a glass of wine or whisky. The dimensions and solidity of this characterful little room lend it a timeless, contemplative feel. Many luxury holiday houses have a library for visitor's use, but few can boast the immediate historical resonance of the selection you will find here.