Welcome to Cleikum Mill Lodge
Providing value for money self-catering accommodation in the Tweed Valley.
Cleikum Mill lodge is the perfect basecamp for active visitors to the Scottish Borders. Whether you’re a cyclist, hiker or just visiting, Cleikum Mill Lodge provides the ideal accommodation in the Tweed Valley from which to start your adventure.
The surrounding area has countless walking/running, fishing, road and mountain bike opportunities and there are numerous fascinating events throughout the year. This includes traditional Highland Games, the popular Agricultural Show and a multitude of sporting events and festivals, making this a place to visit time and again all year round.
We are situated in the heart of Innerleithen with cafes restaurants, pubs, a supermarket, butchers, greengrocers, bakery and 2 bike shops all within a few minutes walk. (One cafe is next door on the opposite side of the road so is ideal for those early morning bacon baps.)
The vibrant City of Edinburgh is within easy driving distance, or take a bus trip from the door!
Downstairs we provide 3 ground floor ensuite rooms with a large shared lounge and a kitchen, washing machine, drying room and bike store.
Upstairs is a separate 2 bedroom apartment; 1 bedroom can be a twin or double, the other room has 2 single beds. The apartment has a well-equipped kitchen and lounge, making it ideal for small groups, families or couples.
What to do
The passion for mountain biking here is off the scale, with so many trails that it’s impossible to summarise the number and quality except to say that they attract people from all around the world, from Pros to novices. Just 7km along the railway cycle path is the famous Mountain Bike Trail and Visitor Centre at Glentress Forest. The path continues to Peebles and is popular with families cycling beside the River Tweed. Innerleithen also has its own DH, XC and Enduro tracks, just a few pedal stokes away.
We have a passion for – and are immensely proud of the area, so can share ideas for your visit. We can also advise on amazing road cycling routes to suit all abilities that are virtually traffic free and can make sure you pass some cafes enroute. There are local guides and MTB Schools to teach techniques and show you the trails to suit your ability, should you wish for extra advice. More detailed information can be found here.
The surrounding hills offer a wealth of walking and trail running routes to suit all abilities.
And there are plenty of options for a day out, just some of which are highlighted in this video from Visit Scotland (and see our ‘Out & About’ and ‘What’s On’ pages.