Cormiston Farm

A Sustainable Wedding Venue in the Clyde Valley near Biggar - Self-Catering or Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

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Cormiston Farm is surrounded by the rolling hills of the Clyde Valley in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. The farm house lies within 2 acres of mature garden and woodland, surrounded by farmland, some 2 miles from the town of Biggar.

Sustainability Policy: It is the aim of Cormiston Farm to meet the present needs to run the business without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs

The Barn at Cormiston

The Georgian Farmhouse at Cormiston

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.

Wind Energy  We have a Gaia wind turbine to generate most of our electricity. It produces about 30,000kwH per year. This is enough to power 7 average houses, and we export unused renewable energy to the grid.

Bio-mass Boilers provide hot water and central heating. The central heating system was fitted in 1900, and we have retained most of the original piping and radiators. The bio-mass used is sustainable, and is delivered 10 tonnes at a time to reduce transport pollution.

Accommodation Bed and Breakfast or Self-Catering - you can choose.

Parking There is ample free parking for B&B guests at the front of the house. 

Event Parking for up to one hundred cars, is on the front field.  Clear signs help guests find their way. There is plenty of extra room for trailers, horse boxes, VW campervans, Catering trucks, or larger vehicles and deliveries in the farmyard at the back.   


The Barn - long tables laid for reception

Culter Fell seen from Cormiston Farm Bed and Breakfast

The farm is surrounded by views of the Clyde Valley. To the South - Culter Fell from the front lawn

Cormiston Farm from the air

The Farmhouse, barn and garden from the air

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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