Recently awared a Gold Award!
Of the 40 Gold Award B&B's in Scotland and of that 40 some there are ONLY 3 in the Scottish Borders, Crosshall Farm is one of them.
~ Crosshall Farm House
Crosshall Farmhouse is close to 200 years old
and over looks the cheviots, complemented by
a large garden surrounded by some of the
most beautiful countryside that the Scottish Borders has to offer with
tranquility in abundance.
Crosshall Farm is a working family-run arable
farm with mostly sheep and cattle.
The area where the cross stands is known as Headrigs, receiving its name in commemoration of a great battle that was fought there.
Local tradition states that the cross marks the spot where a governor of Hume castle was killed in a skirmish, however as the cross is unmarked the purpose of the cross is somewhat a local mystery.
"A haven of peace and beauty -We will hasten back."
Rosemary & Alan Murdoch
"Thanks, Judy and Jim for your hospitality and friendship, which we will not forget."
Barry and Amanda Jackson
"Feels like home."