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The sitting room - cosy by the fire

The Guest Sitting Room

Gaia Wind Turbine at Cormiston Farm

The Gaia wind turbine generates most of the electricity for the farm, barn and house


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Cormiston Farm is a family run bed and breakfast in a Georgian farmhouse surrounded by the rolling hills of the Clyde Valley in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It lies within 2 acres of mature garden and woodland, surrounded by farmland, some 2 miles from the town of Biggar.

Just 15 minutes from the M74 at Junction 13, a peaceful place to break your journey or stay and visit the many attractions of the Clyde Valley. Ideal for visiting the World Heritage site of New Lanark or as a base to visit Glasgow and Edinburgh.

The energy used by the farm is all generated from renewable sources. We have a Gaia wind turbine to generate most of our electricity, and our hot water and heating is provided by two bio-mass boilers.

Online Booking is quick and simple. If your choice of rooms is not available online or you prefer to talk to someone just give us a quick call on 01899 221507 or send an email. We are always happy to answer questions or provide further information.

Weekend Break - Midweek Getaway is Take advantage of our special offers for two nights (Friday and Saturday) or Midweek (Sunday to Thursday).

Dinner is a seasonal three course menu of local produce from the walled kitchen garden and from local farms. The emphasis is on good ingredients cooked in a simple way. We have a small list of excellent wines to accompany your meal and great beers from the Broughton Brewery. We are licensed to serve alcohol. There are some good local pubs in Biggar and Coulter if you prefer to dine out. Dinner must be booked in advance.

The House was built in the 1790's, with additions in 1900, it retains many of the original Georgian and Victorian features. The farmhouse and large Georgian Steading to the rear are B Listed by Historic Environment Scotland. Guests can relax peacefully in the sitting room in front of a log fire, or enjoy afternoon tea in the walled garden.

Star Rating Our bed and breakfast accommodation and services are rated "4 Star" by Visit Scotland (Scottish Tourist Board): "An excellent standard of facilities and services." Although we aren't a hotel we offer many facilities and services not often found within bed and breakfast accommodation.

Parking There is ample free parking for cars at the front of the house, and plenty of extra room for trailers, horse boxes or larger vehicles in the farmyard at the back.

Families are welcome at Cormiston Farm. Cot and high-chair available.

Television: HD TV & DVD with Freeview in guest bedrooms.

Free WiFi is available in the sitting room for your laptop, mobile or tablet.

Cyclists are welcome. We provide secure sheds for your bikes, washdown facilities (including jetwash if needed) as well as laundry service and drying. Glentress is probably the best biking centre in Britain having won several awards, just 22 miles from Cormiston.

Walkers and Cyclists Welcome


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Rennie MAckintosh style Bedroom overlooking the Southern Uplands

Bedroom inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh

4 Star B&B Biggar

"An excellent standard of facilities and services"

Culter Fell seen from Cormiston Farm Bed and Breakfast

Culter Fell from the front lawn

Cormiston Farm from the air

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