In Scotland we have wakened to a glorious day. A hard frost, now becoming a rare event, has left the ground white and sparkling. The birds have been u
It is 250 years to the day since Sir Walter Scott was born and the Scottish Borders are buzzing with commemorative events for the writer and advocate.
We love hearing our guests reports of what they have enjoyed about their holiday at Bemersyde. For one recent large family group it was the birds at t
We hope you have all stayed well during the last year and look forward to welcoming you back to Bemersyde some time in the future. We have some vacanc
Bemersyde guests rave about housekeeper Margaret and the goodies that come out of her larder. We are building a new, professional kitchen for her so t
Andy Britton has won the Bemersyde Trophy with a 32lb salmon. The fish, which was caught at Tweedmill Beat, near Coldstream, secured Mr. Britton’s awa
February seems like a long time ago, when the water came up to the steps of the hut, leaving us repairing the gravel. Trees came down, including acros
A kitchen garden glut can be overwhelming, however, housekeeper Margaret is both undaunted and highly inventive and has been turning a tower of Bramle
One of the joys of staying at Bemersyde is that guests are welcome to pick the fruit and vegetables in the kitchen garden.
The Bemersyde harvest is w
Here we are already in August, but it seems like no time since we started back fishing after lockdown.
It's been an interesting couple of months on t
Well, what a week we have had at Bemersyde.
First of all, congratulations to every one catching the fish in not the best of conditions for most of th
IT’S GOOD TO BE BACK
Well, here we are back on the river once again after a long lock-down. We started off on Friday 29 May with ITV Border coming to
The winners of the annual Bemersyde Trophy, which honours the largest salmon landed on a fly on the River Tweed have been announced: Jonathan Murray f
The Opening Day on Saturday the 1st of February was a well attended get-together.
Pies and Sausage Rolls where on offer for those hardy folks that ma
Will Hinchcliffe from The Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh recording the dimensions of the Castanea sativa (Sweet Chestnut) tree.
The tree is to be e
Here at Bemersyde Margaret Stewart produces a wide array of produce all homegrown.
The pride she takes in growing and wasting nothing is a joy to beh
On Saturday the 26th of October we held the annual Syndicate Dinner at Bemersyde House. A fantastic evening was had by all.
The River is in good order and the Autumn colours on the trees are magnificent. Its a great time of year to be out and about and fishing the Tweed.
Farr Side to 20th September 2019
Good water heights last week for the beat even with the beer colour we managed 6 fish for the week could of been mor
After a very big flood last week the water is now settling currently 2 foot 4 on gauge. There has been some good fishing last few days with Sea Trout
Here we are at the end of July, it’s been a mixed month with the weather seeing water most weeks up to 2 ft 6, it carried a lot of beer colour which s
The recently refurbished Tennis Court is available for use by guests staying in Bemersyde House.
The old Tennis Court at has undergone a massive makeover in recent months.
A fantastic addition to the many activities available at Bemersyde.
Junior Bemersyde Trophy Winner Harry Gotzheim enjoyed his day fishing Bemersyde and managed to catch this beautiful Brown Trout out the Stream.
There are a few fish about at the moment both Sea Trout and Salmon.
A good time to book your Autumn Fishing!
George with a fish out of Woodside just above the Boat. Caught on a Stoats Tail Size 14 14lbs
Chris Bryce 12 lbs Boat Pool
That's the sp
Syndicate and Long Standing Patron of Bemersyde Calum McCready catches a 6lb Salmon 2nd May 2019. A further Two Salmon where caught, another by Calum
Our Head Ghillie Ian Farr attended the Scottish Parliment debate in regards to the falling salmon stocks in Scottish rivers.
The Bemersyde Trophy (Senior & Junior) where presented to this year’s winners by Sir Johnny Scott. Harry Gotzeim (Junior) and Craig Duncan (Senior
In 2019, International Year of the Salmon, The Tweed Foundation is starting a new study to track the migration of our Salmon Smolts down the river to