Gilkerscleugh Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast

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Gilkerscleugh Mains Farm Abington
ML12 6SQ

Gilkerscleugh Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast, Biggar

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Each room at Gilkerscleugh Farmhouse B&B has en suite bathroom facilities with shower and complementary toiletries. There is a TV hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities. The house has a garden and shared TV lounge and enjoys a peaceful location on a working farm with sheep cows horses and dogs.

The town of Biggar is around 14 miles away in the direction of Edinburgh which is just over 1 hours drive. Glasgow, Dumfries, and Carlisle are all within 40-60 minutes drive.

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