Cycling in the Scottish Borders

Cycling is a pleasure from your self-catering cottage at Burnbrae on the quiet Borders roads, with lots of routes to choose from. Whether it's a handful of miles or a day in the saddle, there's a route for you. For the thrill-seekers, we're a world-class mountain bike destination too.

You can hire an e-bike a wonderful way to explore the hills and valleys, cycling in the Borders countryside can be as challenging or as easy as you'd like. Stay on the flat and enjoy the views or take to the hills for thrilling mountain bike trails. You can take in all four of the great Border Abbeys by bike, and there are plenty of marked routes around and between each Border town.

On the way to Kelso, 2 miles from Burnbrae there is a mountain bike track Angraflats, open to all. Mountain bikers from all over the world come to Glentress, near Peebles, or there's the Red Bull Downhill to test your nerve at Innerleithen. And at the end of a weary day, you can be sure of a toasty welcome at your centrally-heated cottage at Burnbrae, with secure cycle storage, a drying room and clothes washing/drying facilities, and a hose pipe to wash down your bike. You will be all set to go again the next day.

We have a lockable shed to store your bikes while you are staying at Burnbrae Holidays
Exhilerating mountain bike track between Kelso and Burnbrae

Some useful links for biking in the Borders