Lauder Timber Chalets
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Site Address: Lauder Club Site, Carfraemill, Oxton, Lauder, Borders TD2 6RA
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Open Dates: 1st April 2015 - 26th October 2015
Prices: From £40 to £70 per night*
Booking number: 024 77 678 496
Recently refurbished, these four simplistic and rustic timber chalets are set in a peaceful valley in the heart of the Scottish Borders.
There are 4 self catering chalets at Lauder Club campsite offering a great home from home.
All chalets have new kitchens and laminate flooring to the kitchen/lounge area.
Externally all chalet had new disabled ramps installed and all external cladding and windows have been re-painted.
The chalets also have a veranda with outdoor seating which provides a great alternative to the indoor seating area when the weather is good.
Self Catering facilities
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Please note: Own bed linen and towels are required.
You can read more about the other site facilities and information by viewing the Lauder campsite page
Lauder campsite is a great base for walking and exploring the Scottish borders. With Lauder just a 4 mile drive away you have easy access to parklands and Thirlestane Castle, again a great place to explore when staying at Lauder.
With the campsite in a rural setting you'll be sure of a relaxing break supported by the range of modern facilities the site has to offer. There are also a couple of pubs nearby which are popular with people staying on the campsite.
Dogs are welcome on site and there is a designated dog walk.
Things to do around Lauder
- The town of Lauder is four miles away. It offers a blend of history, scenery and sightseeing. The Common Riding Festival is held at the end of July.
- Walkers can enjoy the Southern Upland Way, passing near the Site, and the Lammermuir Hills.
- Thirlestane Castle is one of the seven great houses of Scotland and hosts a motoring extravaganza in June.
- Archaeological excavations at the Augustinian hospital at Soutra Aisle have found traces of medicinal products from all over the world.
- Scottish capital Edinburgh is a bus ride away. Visit the castle and see the medieval buildings along the Royal Mile or enjoy the Tattoo, Festival and Fringe Festivals in the summer.
- Edinburgh Zoo is the only zoo in the country with koala bears.
- Edinburgh’s heart is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features a medieval Old Town and Georgian New Town.
- Sunday markets are held at Kelso and Haddington.
- Take the bus to Jedburgh, and Melrose where you can visit its famous Abbeys.
- Kelso and Dryburgh also have abbeys which are worth a visit.
- The hotel next to the Site serves good food – including breakfasts.
- The village of Oxton is just over a mile from Site.
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