Things To Do

Biggar is a historic market town on the northern edge of the Southern Uplands. A royal burgh since 1451, Biggar still retains its medieval layout. The main street is lined with centuries-old houses and Biggar Kirk dates from the 16th century.  Biggar has associations with various historical figures, including William Wallace and Bonnie Prince Charlie. The fictional Midculter, which features in Dorothy Dunnett's Lymond Chronicles novels, is set here.

The Great Outdoors

Biggar Golf Club

A perfect place for any golf lovers staying at Tinto House, the course record is held by 99’ Open Champion Paul Lawrie, so you’re in pretty high profile company. A fairly flat course, you are surrounded by breath taking scenery on every tee.

Biggar Golf Club

Biggar Golf Club

Events

Lanark Agricultural Show and Livestock Sales

For up to date information please go to teh Lawrie and Symington website (link below).

Lawrie and Symington - Public Sale

Lanark Agricultural Show and Livestock Sales

Biggar Show

A day of livestock, stalls, highland dancing, dog show, food fair and children's entertainment. Saturday 23rd July 2016

Biggar Show

Biggar Little Festival

Festival of the Five Arts 20th - 30th October 2016

Biggar Little Festival

Biggar Little Festival

Guided Walk

Another chance to enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides to see the Garden emerging from Winter.

Places are limited for these popular walks so booking is essential.

Details here

Guided Walk

Borders Farmers Markets

You can experience the very best of Scottish produce at Farmers Markets up and down Scotland. When staying at Tinto House Hotel, why not visit Peebles Community Food Market on a Saturday from 9am-3pm on Pennels Close.

Borders Farmers Markets

Borders Farmers Markets
Tribute Nights at Tinto Hotel

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