Nestling in the Dumfriesshire countryside just outside Lockerbie, but with easy access to the M74, is Nether Boreland. Formerly an old coach house and the village Inn it was once a mecca for local farmworkers and shepherds until the licence was withdrawn sometime before the second World War. Sadly, the licensing authorities thought such places were too remote for police surveillance and they were closed! The Coach House now has comfortable and stylish Bed and Breakfast accommodation in lovely countryside with traditional Scottish home cooking!
The farmhouse is now also home to the Chariots of Fire Driving Centre. Email us on for information on accommodation and all our activities.
We have two double rooms (1 ensuite, 1 private bath) and one twin (ensuite). All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, TV, clock radio, hair dryer etc. After a freshly cooked Scottish breakfast you can explore the Borders countryside or take part in one of the many sports available locally including golf, fishing, stalking and quad bike riding.
Carriage driving and riding lessons are available at the Driving Centre. The farm is on a number of walking and cycling routes, including a well travelled Land's End to John O'Groats route if you are feeling energetic! You are welcome to bring your dog. You can even bring your horse and we will provide stabling in our extensive yard (which also has a small indoor school for exercise).