Self-catering availability enquiries for
Barns Tower, Kirkton Manor, Peebles, Scottish Borders
Bedrooms 1 kingsized double. Sleeps: 2. Short breaks. Pets welcome.
Barns Tower self-catering holiday rental prices:Read more
Low Season (Jan, Feb, Mar, Nov, Dec)
Week - £650, Short Break x 3 nights - £340
Mid Season (Apr, May, Jun Sep, Oct)
Week - £690, Short Break x 3 nights - £380
High Season - Easter, July, August
Week - £770, Short Break x 3 nights - £400
Week - £800, Short Break x 3 nights - £520
Extra 2 beds - £50 each per stay
Dogs - £20 each (maximum 2)
There is firewood provided for a fire each day of your stay, but if you require more we can arrange it for a small extra charge of £10 per bag.
We can offer tours of Neidpath Castle; free tour if staying for a week or more, £20/group if staying for less than a week.
August 18 - We have loved every moment of our stay in Barns Tower. The walk in to Peebles was great! Thank you for the welcome pack.
May 17 - Just wanted to say a big thank you again for another wonderful stay at Barns, its a truly amazing place and myself and Gill really enjoyed our stay again.... Its been really tough re-adjusting back to normal life after such a relaxed break!
Finally another big thank you to Katarina once again Barns was spotless and very cosy and welcoming when we arrived.
November 16 - I just wanted to say how much we enjoyed our stay at Barns Tower, it really was wonderful. Yesterday the scenery was particularly spectacular as everything was covered in thick frost, it was so beautiful. Our long weekend was the perfect retreat for us. We hope to return!
August 16- I just want to say that you have done a fabulous job, it’s beautiful rustic charm is wonderful. Hopefully we’ll be back soon and we will most definitely recommend to others.
May 16-We had a fabulous week at Barns Tower. We are so glad we booked and the week in Scotland was bed-rocked on your property and all it has to offer. First class.
June 15 -I’m usually not one at a loss for words but our stay at Barns has left me so! We are now in London and back to the world of our jobs but the tower stay was restorative and special beyond our expectations. We even got a glimpse or two of sunshine and escaped the hurricane-related issues in New York. Since I am a museum director I’m often involved in building preservation issues and I am in awe and admiration with the vision and sweat that it took to accomplish the tower project.
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