Secluded in the Scottish Borders, this fairy tale castle of turrets, towers and Victorian splendor is the perfect, very private get-away and is available to hire for events.  Clients may also want to use the wider Estate for team-building and other activities.   The House caters comfortably for a maximum of 48 people at a sit down meal and more if it’s buffet style.  It is also possible to hire marquees for larger events.  Suppliers for events and catering are sourced locally and use produce from the garden, when available.

Enquiries, please contact:
The Administrator, Glen House
+44 1896 830 210
Or email us
Photo Credit:  Kelly Rigg

• Board Meetings
• Secluded Retreats
• Team-Building
• Product launches
• Special Lunches or Dinners
• Family Gatherings
• Anniversaries

Art: The Clock Tower Gallery

The idea for the Clock Tower Gallery was conceived by Bill and Tessa, and seeks to catalyse conversations about Scottish arts and culture.Exhibitions will be arranged by guest curators. The gallery is open by appointment only.

The first show is one in a series giving greater exposure and recognition of the hidden treasures in the works of Scottish artists. It is a small but comprehensive exhibition focussing on the early expressionist landscapes of Sheila Mullen. They have lain almost forgotten by the public in an old steading. The show has been curated by artist and critic Andrew Brown who ran Edinburgh’s reknowned 369 Gallery in the eighties.

The SHEILA MULLEN exhibition runs from 12 November 2017 to 28 February 2018.
Visits by appointment only, call Andrew Brown 07913 025 022 or email us

Alder-Pool / 36x29" / Oil onboard
Kinney at Hartfield, Again / 37x20" / Oil on board
Kinnel / 11x22" / Oil on board
Pool-on-Kinnel / 27x31" / Oil on board
Skemrigghead / 39x24" / Oil on canvas
Springwells / 24x36" / oil on canvas
Springwells II / 36x48" / Oil on canvas
The Tod / 30x16" / Oil on board
Lunan's Leap / 34x40" / Oil on board
St. Anne's Snow / 24x27" / Oil on board
Sheila Mullen's studio 2017
Steading treasures