Stunning Safari Lodges, set in over 500 acres of woodland in the absolutely breathtaking area of Hawick in the Scottish Borders.

Stunning forest setting, surrounded by miles of excellent walking in every direction. Choose from lush and dense forest, hills and valleys or local village walks. There's something to cater for every need and preference at Ruberslaw.

There's nothing quite like having your own private forest, and that's what it feels like at Ruberslaw when you find your tent surrounded by nothing but trees on every side. 


Leave everything behind (even the car!) as you take in the scenic walk to your tent, that's tucked away in the forest.

This really is back to nature glamping.

Enjoy the wonderful safari lodges with gas fire for those cold nights, and a handy gas hob for cooking and cups of tea.

Forget about the phones for the night though, as there's no electricity in the lodges (though you can charge them at the hub), instead cosy up under the blankets and set the scene with a warm campfire or by lighting paraffin lamps. 

Get social with Ruberslaw's Hub, where you can sit down, relax and plan your day ahead. All the while charging your phones at the free charging point.

Complete with log burning fire !

Don't forget the communal kitchen, where there's everything you need to cook a meal or store your food.

Got leftover food at the end of your stay? Why not leave the last of that milk for someone else who's forgotten, or donate any unopened food to the salvation army, in the box provided !

Go on, admit it. Everyone of us has forgotten something at some point. Well there's no need to worry what you've left behind when you get to Ruberslaw.

There's a dog bowl and poo bags provided in your tent, and you can buy dog biscuits at the on site shop! Pawsome.

Dogs are very welcome at Ruberslaw

IIt costs just £1.50 per dog, per night to bring your dog with you to Ruberslaw.  Dogs are welcome everywhere, and all that is asked is that dogs are kept on the lead and under control (especially around children and livestock), and of course that you pick up after your dogs!  

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