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Cormiston Farm
Cormiston Road
Biggar ML12 6NS

Telephone: +44 7917 660377


Satellite Navigation:
55° 37 ’ 9” N 
3° 34’ 24” W

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Grid Reference: NT 010373


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Edinburgh Airport 35 miles (56km)
Glasgow 30 miles (48km)
Biggar 2 miles (3.2km)

Parking is easy and free at the front of the house, or in the farmyard through the back entrance for larger vehicles, horse trailers or boxes.


Riley on the Front Drive

Ample parking at the front of the house

From the M74 Exit at Junction 13
Follow the signs to BIGGAR on the A702. Pass through the village of COULTER.
Turn left into a country lane off the A702 after the "unrestricted speed limit" signs outside Coulter

Follow this small road until you come to a crossroads with a STOP sign. Go straight over the main road (A72), into Cormiston Road. Carry on along this road, up a steep hill. As you pass over the top of the hill you will see woods on the left, and a wind turbine in the field. 

Turn left through black iron gates, over a small cattle grid, into the drive of Cormiston Farm, just before the black and white sign saying CORMISTON. The entrance is quite narrow.

The short red gravel drive leads to the farmhouse. Park anywhere on the red gravel near the house.

From Edinburgh town centre / or Bypass
Leave Edinburgh on the A702 signposted Carlisle. Continue along the A702 to Biggar. After passing through Biggar turn right onto the A72 signposted GLASGOW.

Turn first right at farm buildings, past large green barn into Cormiston Road, signposted COULTER MOTTE HILL.

Carry on along this road up the steep hill.
As you pass over the top of the hill turn left through black iron gates, over a cattle grid, just before the sign saying CORMISTON, into the drive of Cormiston Farm.