Welcoming tourers and motorhomes to our fantastic facilities, boasting 38 hard standing fully serviced super pitches each with their own illuminated bollard with a 16amp electric hook up, T.V aerial connection point and fresh water tap.
Each pitch has a grey water disposal drain. With more than enough room for a car, awning and for a B.B.Q in those warm summer days. We are also a pet friendly park and allow pets on the park free of charge.
Renowned for its excellent upkeep and superb facilities. The amenity building is modern, warm and is constantly being maintained to a high standard. Sheltered and lit dishwashing facilities are also available free of charge.
Both the ladies and Gents toilets are equipped with sinks, toilets, shower cubicles, hairdryers and bathtubs – all included in the price of your stay.
We also have baby changing facilities as well as a disabled access shower room.
Nightly rates from £27.50 (including electricity and water)
Stay for the season
1st March 2020 – 8th November 2020
Seasonal Tourer Pitch Fee £1,799 (to include £100.00 of metered electricity)
Winter Storage fee £200
Fully Serviced Super Pitch Features
Hard standing super pitches
Grey water disposal drain
Illuminated bollard with 16 amp electric connection, T.V aerial connection & fresh water tap
Pets and awning free of charge
Free use of toilet, shower, bath & washing up facilities
Enjoy Discounted Golf
Bar & Restaurant with regular entertainment
Stay with us here at Lilliardsedge in your touring caravan, motorhome or tent and explore the beautiful Scottish Borders.
The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled a range of new restrictions in order to combat the rise in Covid-19 infections.
Government regulations on COVID-19 are changing frequently. Before you travel, you need to ensure you have checked and understood the relevant regulations applicable to you, your location, your destination and the make-up of your party and it is your responsibility to comply with such regulations.
We have set out below our understanding of the regulations relevant to party size and regional restrictions for Scotland as of Tuesday 24th November 2020.
Please note that the below is not legal advice and you must make sure you familiarise yourself with the relevant government regulations.
The main announcements in the First Ministers statement to parliament were as follows:
There will be a new five level system for Scotland has come into place from Monday 2nd November at 6am.
Nicola Sturgeon the First Minister of Scotland has stated that the level a local authority will be placed in will be reviewed on a weekly Basis. The proposals will be put to Parliament every Tuesday and the changes will take effect every Friday. Premises will therefore have three days warning of changes coming into effect.
We Can Confirm that Scottish Borders remains in Level Two
The next update will be Tuesday 1st December 2020, changes will come into effect from Friday 4th December 2020 and it will follow that pattern weekly thereafter.
There will be no automatic application of a single statistic – the First Minister said these only inform and guide and the Scottish Government will, at first, be deliberately cautious. The hope is to slow rate of new cases and the overall aim is to get every Council area to level 1 then level 0 of the framework.
The Scottish Government do not rule out further restrictions – including closure – if guidance on hygiene, facemasks, social distancing are not complied with.
Visiting other households indoors are still not permitted in Scotland including Self Catering Accommodation’s & Caravan Parks.
Check current travel restrictions in your area below
The ASSC has obtained legal clarification from the Scottish Government that the bans on visiting other households indoors has now been extended to self-catering accommodations. This is also the case for all private dwellings: hotels, hostels, members clubs, boarding houses or bed and breakfasts. The new restrictions apply to people’s homes and commercial accommodation businesses.
Self-catering businesses, like others within the tourism and hospitality sector, remain open to receive visitors if existing guidelines are adhered to.