Honey Cottage Caravan park is a family run holiday park on the banks of Ettrick Water in the heart of the beautiful Ettrick Valley. We are surrounded by rolling hills, meandering rivers and deep forest
The town of Selkirk is a Royal Burgh and a hidden gem just an hour away from Edinburgh. Selkirk is famous for its “braes and wynds” and jaw dropping views. The area has a rich history waiting to be discovered. Selkirk Common Riding is recognised as one of the oldest of the Border festivals and dates from the Battle of Flodden in 1513! If history isn’t your thing there are plenty of opportunities for hiking and biking, shopping and browsing, eating and drinking and much more.
The Scottish Borders is a golfer’s paradise boasting no less than 21 courses from parkland to moorland to spectacular cliff top links courses. There are at least 12 courses within half an hour of our park. A “Freedom of the Fairways” package gives exceptional low cost golf on a different course each day.
includes kingfishers, peregrines, osprey, goshawk and oyster catchers. There are also deer, fox, red squirrels, hares and badgers. Located 2 miles south of Selkirk, Hare Moss reserve has an area of open water and the birds can be viewed from a hide on the reserve.
We are surrounded by some of the best walking, hiking, cycling and mountain biking terrain and scenery to be found anywhere in the country. We are close to the Southern Upland Way and the Captain’s Road Walk provides an interesting way of visiting the area’s beauty spots such as St. Mary’s Loch and Grey Mare’s Tail Waterfall.
Selkirk Caravan Park and the surrounding areas are an angler’s dream. The Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys host some of the best and varied fishing in the UK. The Ettrick Water has 12 miles of mainly double bank fishing with 80 named pools. The water is easily covered from the banks and the whole river offers excellent fly fishing conditions.