Gorrenberry House

Gorrenberry House is a traditional farmhouse built in the 18th and 19th centuries. situated in the wild and beautiful valley of the Hermitage Water. It is a very well-appointed, spacious house lying within scenic Gorrenberry Estate whose attractions include a working farm and a major ecological restoration project Jubilee_Wood. Centrally heated throughout the house is extremely comfortable in all seasons. It has five double bedrooms of which four are ensuite, two public rooms, a large conservatory/dining area which seats ten, a games room with pool table, a large farm kitchen, a family bathroom, an additional shower room/utility room, a cloakroom and a boot room. It has extensive barns with ample secure storage for bicycles and other equipment, kennels and a table tennis room.

The area is of great cultural heritage interest, chronicled by many writers including Sir Walter Scott. The Reivers Way runs through the valley and there are many historic sites nearby including Hermitage Castle where Mary Queen of Scots visited the wounded Bothwell, riding over the moors from Jedburgh, dropping her time piece on the way in the Queen’s Mire which is on the hill above the house. There are splendid hill walks starting right at the door, and less challenging walks along the burns, through ancient woodland carpeted with primroses in May. Langholm Moor is protected for its hen harriers, and there is an abundance of bird life in the valley and on the hills.