Accommodation for Newcastleton

    Newcastleton is based in historic Border Reiver country, known as "The debatable Land", home of the Armstrongs and Elliots.

    The village of Newcastleton was founded in 1793 by the Duke of Buccleuch around the handloom weaving community, situated a few miles away from Old Castleton located further up the Liddel Water.
    With neatly aligned streets and squares Newcastleton today is a picturesque rural village and offers leisurely times amongst friendly and hospitable people. The pace and life of Newcastleton has changed little over the years.

    There are plenty of hotels that are accustomed to accommodating visitors with outdoor interests many with facilities for storing bikes and drying clothes! This area also has some fantastic self catering cottages, village inns and B&B’s.



    • Woodbine Cottage
      Sleeps Up to: 8
      Business Type: Self Catering
      Woodbine Cottage is the perfect base for an action packed holiday or for a relaxing getaway. Situated in Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders, the cottage offers 4 bedrooms and a garden with bike...
    • The Liddesdale Hotel
      Business Type: Hotel Pub Restaurant
      The Liddesdale Hotel is located in Douglas Square at the heart of Newcastleton (sometimes referred to as Copshaw Holm); a 17th century village planned by the 3rd Duke of Buccleuch, set in the...