Welcome to 9 Galabank
Recently renovated to a high standard, this listed 18th century cottage adjoins what was the old drover’s inn at Galabank ( where Robert Burns wrote the Braw Lads of Galawater) – now our home, and forms part of the group of listed cottages named Galabank. It has its own parking area to the front of the cottage, with French doors at the back accessing the garden which has a decked and barbeque area. The garden leads to a stile over the drystane dyke giving access to the hills behind and the Galawater valley.
The Scottish Borders…
Lying ½ mile north of the village of Stow in the Scottish Borders, it is on a direct route to Edinburgh 25 miles north and is an ideal base from which to tour the Scottish Borders with easy access to Melrose, and other Border towns.
The Scottish Borders offers a great variety of things to do and see, whether walking, cycling, mountain biking, visiting the Abbeys, Historic and Stately homes, golfing, fishing, horse riding or just relaxing and trying out different restaurants in the nearby towns.