The Scottish Borders region is all about the great outdoors—whether it's ancient castles being buffeted by the winds, forests and woodlands teeming with wildlife, or farmers planting their crops and tending their animals. Pull on your wax jacket and get involved courtesy of this week's Escape to The Farmhouse at Kirk Yetholm.
- You reap what you sow, so for a two-night stay for up to four on what was once a working farm, and is now a friendly country retreat on the edge of the Pennine Way, you'll need to plant £80 (up to a £160 value).
- Alternatively, plough on a little longer with the same package for three nights for £115 (up to a £230 value).
- Lay your boots in a self-catering annexe with two double rooms—converted from stables and a workshop, it's a spacious spot that comes complete with fully fitted kitchen; living room with dining table; one bedroom with shower room and one with Jacuzzi bath.
- Wine, chocolate, fruit bowl, and a toiletries gift box will be waiting.
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Enjoy By 28 March, 2013