Leisure

Ideally located for a vast array of leisure activities, Fenton Tower is the perfect base from which to explore the Borders. Fly fishing, shooting and golfing are just a few of the ways to pass the time during your stay in the tower; on the golfing front there are over 100 courses within 30 miles of Fenton!

Golf

Fenton Tower is an ideal location for your Scottish golf vacation, whether you are a player or a spectator! There are over 100 courses within 30 miles of Fenton Tower, and 15 of these are within 10 miles! These include Gullane, North Berwick, Luffness & Muirfield, the host of the 2002 British Open. Fenton Tower boasts its own helicopter-landing pad, so getting to wherever you want can be made that little bit easier.

Country Pursuits

Parties may arrange game shooting, depending on the season, in the locality. River and loch fishing are both available locally, a highlight being salmon fishing on the River Tweed. Horse riding can be arranged on neighbouring estates, and a trip to the Musselburgh Races makes for a great day out.

Nautical Pursuits

The team will be happy to help arrange boating/fishing trips from North Berwick, just 2 miles' drive from the tower. Why not take a trip across the water and spend an afternoon exploring St. Andrews during your stay at Fenton Tower?

Racquet Sports

Tennis and squash facilities are accessible in North Berwick, just 2 miles away, and the local beaches are often quiet enough to enjoy a game or two.

Walking

Go hill walking amongst the Lammermuir Hills, or spend a day exploring the local historic monuments at Dirleton Castle, a splendid Medieval castle with stunning gardens, Haddington Priory or Tantallon Castle.

Cycling

Whether you want to spend your day pacing the winding roads and hills around Fenton, or chasing adrenaline in the nearby trail-centres, the Scottish Borders offer a great terrain for cycling enthusiasts, no matter the discipline.

Edinburgh

The capital of Scotland, and a culturally diverse hot-spot, is just 20 miles north of Fenton Tower. Close enough for easy access, but far enough away for you to enjoy the Scottish countryside in its purest form.