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About Broomhill House

The house

Broomhill House was first built in around 1750, extended in the 1830s and added to in the 1920s. The house stands in several acres of gardens and woodland, with an abundant variety of flowers and shrubs. The house is one mile to the North of Selkirk. It was the home of John McNairn the well known Borders artist, who spent over 40 years recording the ever changing features of the gardens.


After an 18 month period of renovation and sensitive modernisation the house opened to guests in Spring 2013. Broomhill House is a splendid listed Georgian farmhouse offering modern facilities. We offer two double rooms, each with their own private bathroom. The house stands in extensive garden grounds, including a wonderful walled garden and woodland. Our home grown vegetables and fruit are available in season.


The gin-gang (horse mill)

This structure, situated next to the house, would most likely have enclosed a horse mill. This horse powered mill would have driven a thresher. It is currently used for wood storage to fuel our wood-burning stoves.

John McNairn

JohnMcNairn.com (paintings)

Bourne Art Gallery Exhibition

BBC Your Paintings - John McNairn

Caroline McNairn

Broomhill House history

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