A brief history of Brown Rigg.

Brown Rigg has played many roles in the past. It started life as a school, built in 1938 by the National Camps Corporation to bring children out of polluted industrial towns and cities to give them fresh air. It has subsequently been used as a horse riding school, and even a film set before being turned into the holiday accommodation that exists today.

Brown Rigg Timeline

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Cool Timeline

Guest Rooms

A £200k development of the former school sick bay saw the opening of six brand new twin/double ensuite guest rooms.

“Just back from Browrigg for the fourth year in a row and it was another fantastic visit. The new single en-suite rooms are absolutely great. Warm, comfortable and with the most powerful shower I’ve had the pleasure of using! The owners couldn’t have been more helpful and the booking process was entirely painless and fast.”