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Welcome to Broomholm in Scotland

Broomholm, nestled close to the ‘Muckle Toon’ of Langholm in Scotland, is an enchanting and beautiful residential fishing estate situated in an attractive woodland setting on the banks of the famous Border Esk river. The combination of a stunning Georgian house at its centre, built for the Earls of Nithsdale in the 18th century, parkland, mature specimen trees, rich flora and many different species of animal life including Oyster Catchers and red squirrels, make Broomholm a special place to visit for all fishermen and non-fishermen alike.

Our Cottages

Broomholm offers two newly renovated 3 bedroom cottages just a short walk from the Border Esk River and bicycle ride from the picturesque town of Langholm. The cottages can be rented throughout the year in conjunction with fishing on the Border Esk or on a standalone basis if you want to enjoy one of the many fantastic walks on offer in the area or play golf. The cottages are designed for people of all ages with children and dogs most welcome.



The Border Esk

The Broomholm Fishings extend to 1.5 miles of single left bank fishing. There are 14 named pools split evenly into the upper and lower beats with fishing huts for use on both. The upper beat is attractively wooded and includes a beautifully landscaped island with a connecting wrought iron bridge. Notable pools include the Island and Wash pools. The lower half of the fishing is more open and includes the Carrot Bed and Tarras Flat Pools.

The Local Area

Broomholm is located in a truly beautiful part of Scotland, the Borders area is rich in history with ancient castles, historic houses and beautiful gardens to visit.



For more information on the renting of our cottages and fishing please contact us by email at stay@broomholm.com or by phone on 013873 819 57.

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Accommodation - Gallery

Our beautifully refurbished cottages.

The Fishing - a Gallery

1.5 miles of single bank fishing on the Border Esk with 14 named pools.