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Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Ancrum a través d'Airbnb

Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Ancrum a través d'Airbnb

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Allotjaments a Ancrum

Allotjaments a Ancrum
Bookings suspended for April due to COVID19 travel advice Rustic,Rural and Relaxing. I think the reviews sum it up. I only advertise on Airbnb as i love the ethos!
Three Bedrooms with three standard double beds. Large family bathroom with both shower and original (deep) bath. The kitchen has been modernised with large gas range cooker and granite worktops. A relaxing living room with wood burning stove, large sofa and beautiful elevated south facing views over the garden , patio and Teviot . The cottage is the perfect retreat, yet centrally located in the Scottish Borders, just over an hour from both Edinburgh and Newcastle.Free WIFI , bed linen, towels and firewood included in the price.Well behaved dogs and obediant children welcome!
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Casa rural


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5


Dormitoris

3

Scottish Borders, Regne Unit

Self-built from scratch! Triple glazed, solar electric and water, heat pump, and a log fire. Mountain and road cycling possibilities, with lock-up and cleaning facilities, walking, riding, fishing, golfing, kayaking, climbing, and exploration. Lovely pubs and restaurants, all located in a picturesque and historic landscape. Used for family birthdays, reunions, baby showers, corporate business planning, surprises, retreats, the Fringe, overseas visitors and a half-way house for Scottish/English!
A friend once said that the Scottish Borders is a land for fairy tales. Our house is right in the middle of a quite magical landscape. The house is old and new, it looks old on the outside, but new on the inside. It can be as quiet as putting your head under a pillow, you feel your stress leaving in minutes. The dark skies at night show you galaxies and shooting stars. Lying on the lawn looking up at night is best. The deer are often seen in the field next door, with badgers, foxes, and many hare. Bats and house martins are busy catching the insects and keep the place remarkably clear. There are lots of pheasant and partridge too, and yes, we have two pear trees. We actively encourage the house martins as there is nothing better than sitting out with a glass of wine in the evening having them swoop over your head as they feed their young in their nests under the rafters. We have placed catch trays for droppings under the nests, but while you are there from time to time the birds may miss! We are in the country. Their cleanliness we can't always guarantee. On the 16th April 2020 the renowned ornithologist, Mike Pennington, on route to the Shetlands, in one day, counted many species of birds by walking around the garden with binoculars. They included Mallard, Red-legged Partridge, Common Pheasant, Feral Pigeon, Common Woodpigeon, Black-headed Gull, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Common Buzzard, Eurasian Jackdaw, Rook, Carrion Crow, Coal Tit, Eurasian Blue Tit, Great Tit, Eurasian Skylark, Sand Martin, Willow Warbler, Common Chiffchaff, Eurasian Wren, Common Starling, Eurasian Blackbird, European Robin, Dunnock, House Sparrow, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Pied Wagtail, Common Chaffinch, European Goldfinch, Yellowhammer, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Eurasian Sparrowhawk, Common House Martin, Grey Heron. Out of the 226 species that have been already seen in the Scottish Borders. Not bad for a stroll around the garden. The supermarkets are open till ten and are only a couple of miles away, a perfect combination of town and country. Buy your eggs from the neighbours, 100% fresh. And there are real farmers markets for great food. Family gatherings: Over the last few years the house has often been used for large family gatherings and events. Birthdays have been celebrated here from 30 to 80 years old. We use it for the same purpose. Open access, downstairs ensuite bedroom, huge kitchen and dining area where people sit chatting to the early hours. And in the summer, the same activity just moves to the patio. Self Builders - If you are thinking of self-build I am more than happy to explain the process. Yes, it was hard, but the end result is fantastic as you will find.
Brilliant App for the Scottish Borders - "SCOTLAND STARTS HERE", Apple or Android. Makes planning really easy. In the Borders, there is plenty for both the locals and visitors to enjoy as spring arrives. Mountain Biking Between Glentress and Keilder with lots of other off-road opportunities. As keen cyclists ourselves we can provide lock-up facilities, bike washing facilities and various tools. Golfing Golfers can play more than 20 courses on the best-selling "Freedom of the Fairways" pass: from the championship 18 holes at Roxburghe and Cardrona, to Britain's most extraordinary golf course, over the crashing waves of the North Sea at Eyemouth. For more details look for "scotlandgolfcourses" (slash) Scottish-borders (slash) on the web. More sports Archers have the opportunity to rove the forest to simulate hunting for prey, while clay-shooters can test their aim on the rapid-fire, realistic flushes. In gentle waters, fishermen can cast a fly in the hope of hooking the wild trout, grayling and salmon teeming in the Tweed, the queen of salmon rivers, and its tributaries. Whether you want to walk, run, ride, fish, rally, swim, cycle, sail, golf, abseil, kayak or climb, these are the adventures awaiting you in the contrasting local landscapes of hills, loch, moor, forest, meadow, river and coast. Out and about. Walkers can hike the Eildon, Cheviot or Lammermuir hills, and rock-climb the crags of Ruberslaw, yet also explore the beaches and coves of East Berwickshire. Road cyclists can discover the ranging countryside at their own pace on the quiet lanes of the many sign-posted cycleways, while mountain bikers can enjoy the world-class trails of 7stanes Glentress Forest in the Tweed Valley and also at Newcastleton. Off-roaders, rally drivers and even nostalgic holiday-makers in love with VW camper vans can find the freedom to roam the area's varied terrains. Motorcyclists ride the 3,000 km of roads that made local sons of speed Jimmie Guthrie and Steve Hislop champions. Horse-riders can canter and gallop through the woodland trails of Scotland's horse country. If history is your interest, there are a number of excellent historic properties to whet your appetite. I cannot recommend highly enough a visit to Abbotsford, home of Walter Scott. And for those youngsters looking for something a little extra, a number of venues run special activities to suit. And at the end of the day, exhausted, you can relax with delicious food and drink in a local eatery before you start something completely different the next morning. Selected works from the local paper, the Southern Reporter.
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Casa


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11


Dormitoris

5

Jedburgh, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Off grid offline and off the beaten track, Bedrule Hideaways. (self catering) Come stay in our converted horse lorry 'Auld Rusty' Enjoy peace and quiet and watch the wildlife. Relax in the wood fired hottub and watch the stars. Its camping with a little bit more luxury!
Our campsite is in a private location surrounded with trees. All facilitys included are just for you. access via a farm track and places to park your car right next to the site. The site is not connected to electricity or internet. Time to switch off, relax and get away from it all whilst enjoying fantastic views over the Scottish Borders closest thing to camping without putting up a tent! :) our campsite has a horse lorry which has been converted on Bedrule farm to sleep 4 and has a wood burning stove to keep our guests warm. the huts sleeping arrangments are 2 single beds and 1 double. Within this hut we have *lights powered by a solar panel - there are connections to charge mobile phones off this battery. some attachments available but reccommend bringing own cable to connect into USB port. (phone charge option depends on how much charge in the battery has been made from the sun) other things included in the sleeping hut *wind up torches *enough bedding for 4 people *fresh towels along side our horse lorry is a ponytrailer used as a cooking hut. within this hut we have *double ring gas camping stove *basic cooking utensils *pots and pans *kettle *tea towel *sponges and soap *mugs cups and plates *table and chairs *fresh drinking water there is a camping coolbox located back of hut Site has a 'composting toilet' due to the sites remote location - in its own hut separate from main sleeping hut. A hot shower is also available in its own hut powered by gas or woodburning stove depending on the season. outside we have a fire pit with grill to cook over fire pit *marshmallows provided The campsite also includes a woodfired hottub. *instructions for use of this hottub in the main hut. Please read. The hottub can take 3-4 hours to heat up to temperature. Up to 5 hours in colder conditions. *the hottub will be filled to correct level with fresh water before your arrival *unfortunately we will not be able to preheat the hottub due to the sites location *we supply plently of logs to use at no extra cost our campsite is dog friendly *1 sensible dog welcome - plastic dog bed provided (please bring dogs own bedding) Please note that the campsite is situated at the top of a farm track. You can drive to the top at your own risk or park at the bottom and walk up (5 to 10 minute walk) Fantastic views, private location and a unique camping experience
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Casa/pis sencers


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Caravana de fusta (Regne Unit, França)


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

1

Bedrule, Escòcia, Regne Unit

St Cuthbert barn is a lovely and cosy small converted barn that accommodates 4 people, the barn is ideal for walkers and for family getaways. Directly behind the barn we have the lovely ancrum pantry farm shop that serves breakfast rolls and we have cross keys pub/restaurant right next door too Perfect if your wanting to explore the lovely Scottish Borders and we are a pet friendly.
We have 2 beds in the bedroom area and we also have a pull out bed we can put in the middle, one step up to the living area where we have a day bed and another pull out bed. A small kitchen area with a fridge, kettle toaster and microwave grill and a table with 4 chairs and a TV. The bathroom has a shower, sink and toilet
Ancrum is such a lovely quiet friendly village, the local ancrum pantry shop is a brilliant shop with very friendly and helpful staff where you can get a tasty morning roll. Cross keys pub/restaurant has amazing food and are always happy to welcome you. Just outside ancrum you have harestanes which has a brilliant newly upgraded park and some nice walks there too
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Graner


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

1

Ancrum, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Violet Cottage Violet Cottage is a cosy three bedroom terraced cottage overlooking the village green in the village of Ancrum, four miles north of Jedburgh in the heart of the Scottish Borders.
Main features of this property are: • Large living room with woodburning stove and leather sofas, large flat screen TV, Wi-fi and i-pod docking station • Large kitchen with dual fuel range cooker, washing machine, tumble drier, dishwasher and microwave. • Dining area in kitchen and cosy corner overlooking garden • Three bedrooms - The first main bedroom is a King sized double, the second bedroom is a twin room, the third smallest bedroom has a double bed best used for single occupant but can be used as a double. Z bed also available • Pine floored bathroom with, shower and heated towel rail. • Large rear garden with seating area, BBQ, private access and bike storage. Included in the price of this property is gas central heating, logs for wood burning stove, luxurious bed linen and towels
Ancrum village has a friendly pub, The Cross Keys, and a well stocked village shop with post office, both an easy stroll from the cottage. Locally there is excellent fishing, golfing and walking, the beaches and castles of Northumberland are within easy driving distance and Edinburgh is within one hour's drive to the north and Hadrian's Wall to the south. Whether you are looking for a cosy relaxing weekend, a family break or an activity based holiday Violet Cottage can offer you unique, high quality accommodation.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Casa


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6


Dormitoris

3

Ancrum, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Casa sencera4 llits
Violet Cottage
Preu:€94/nit
41 avaluacions
Superhost
an old farmhouse with self contained flat attached .Sitting area, kitchen downstairs. bedroom and on-suite shower room upstairs. private parking,own front door use of large garden, 5 minutes walk to village shop and pub with meals ,bus service . Lovely views Guest Access Off road parking own front door completely self contained flat. Undercover parking for motorbikes and bicycles Interaction with guests Host will be on site to welcome guest and give general information on the area
The neighbourhood In the heart of the Scottish borders,very peaceful beautiful countryside.45 miles from Edinburgh,45 miles from Newcastle .Plenty of historical towns,castles and stately homes nearby This is ideal walking cycling, biking ,fishing countryside.Ancrum is the first stop on the St Cuthberts Way walk Getting Around Local bus service 5 minutes walk,train service to Edinburgh which takes 50 minutes and runs every half hour free parking after a 15 minute drive to Tweedbank Station. About an hours drive to Northumberlands wonderful beaches,Farn Islands,Lindisarne,Bamburgh Castle.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Pis


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Ancrum, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Apartament sencer1 llit
townhead
Preu:€67/nit
44 avaluacions
Superhost
Wester Cottage is a 150-year-old farm cottage situated just outside St Boswells. We enjoy living in this lovely part of Scotland and look forward to welcoming guests to our home. It is an ideal base for exploring this area. It is also easily accessible to St Cuthberts Way which is just 1 mile away. We also provide a cooked breakfast. The guest room is comfortable and spacious with an adjacent shower room. It has its own separate entrance so you are free to come and go as you please.
The cottage is just outside St Boswells and is a centrally situated base for exploring the area and visiting the many historic abbeys and castles in the Borders. The landscape in the Borders is one of gently rolling hills of great natural beauty and the area is rich in not only in scenic attractions but also with great houses and an amazing store of literary, legendary and historic associations. The Cottage is an ideal stop-off for walkers on St Cuthbert's Way or the Borders Abbey Way. Sporting facilities in the village include a nine-hole golf course and tennis courts.
St Boswells is an old village on the banks of the river Tweed. One if its attractions today is the Mainstreet Trading bookshop and cafe which draws people from all around. In the village there is a McColls food store as well as two take-ways, a couple of hairdressers, a newsagent and post office. There are two eating places, the nearest being the Buccleuch Arms on the A68, about half a mile from our house, and Hunters Stables Italian restaurant in the centre of the village. The centre of the village is about one mile away from our house. There are also restaurants in Melrose about three miles away.
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Private room


Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Melrose, Regne Unit

Rural setting in a converted Steading only 1 mile from the historic town of Jedburgh, on the main A68 route from Newcastle to Edinburgh. We are just off the 4 Abbey ways route and st Cuthberts way. Modern accommodation ideal for travelling, walking, motorbike, golfing or cycling. With a large private sitting room with open fire for restful evenings. Breakfast is a help your self varied menu from toast to a full Scottish! A delightful, peaceful getaway with large garden available too.
There are 2 double bedrooms on the ground floor, also a sitting room, bathroom, shower room and shared kitchen with myself. There is a twin on the 1st floor. If bedrooms are booked the sitting room has a sofa bed in it so the house can sleep groups up to 8. The large garden is also available with seating etc. Modern and clean, the house offers a great break in the countryside just 5 mins from town.
The house is in a peaceful location, within 20 minutes walk to the centre of Jedburgh. My neighbours run a equestrian centre so we have horses and dogs around us. There are plenty of walking/cycle routes around. Jedburgh is very historic and is a great place to explore from. An hour from Edinburgh, Newcastle, Carlisle, Alnwick etc etc
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Private room


Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

8


Dormitoris

3

Jedburgh , Escòcia, Regne Unit

Experiències populars a Northumberland i les Scottish Borders

Experiències populars a Northumberland i les Scottish Borders

Allotjaments populars

Allotjaments populars
Located on the ground floor of an historical building, the flat is a perfect gateway for two people. Just two minutes walk to the High Street, where you can find bars, shops and the main attractions of the town. Jedburgh is the perfect base to discovering the beauty of the Scottish Borders. The apartment, modern and minimalist, has been recently refurbished with a decoration and furnishing of a high standard, beautiful Canadian wood floor in all rooms gives bright and style to the apartment.
Double bedroom with big wardrobe for practical storage, the en suite bathroom has a bath with overhead shower, wash hand basin, WC and toiletries. The living room has a sofa bed that can be used for a third guest. A separate kitchen well equipped, fridge, dishwasher and with a breakfast table for two. The house has large windows allowing plenty of natural light to come through especially during summer. Parking available on the street.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Pis


Capacitat

3


Dormitoris

1

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Recently renovated about 2 years ago we class our house as very cosy comfortable and relaxing. We like to think our guests would experience that feeling too. We also have a second room for anyone wanting to book for bigger parties ( listed separately on airbnb).
Cosy comfortable sunny double room , tea and coffee supplied and shared bathroom (if other room occupied). Ideally situated for sight seeing, walkers, cyclists and people looking to fish the tweed. You can enjoy our stunning scenery. Easy access to the Eildon hills, and 2 mile walk to the beautiful town of Melrose . There you can visit the historic Abbey and enjoy lots of lovely coffee shops, bars and restaurants and join The Southern Upland Way walk leading through lots of border towns. You can also join the St Cuthbarts way walk at the back of the house enjoying a lovely stroll along the river tweed. There is a bus stop situated across from our house with services to various different villages and towns and directly to Edinburgh. A short drive away in Tweedbank you will find the train station that travels to Edinburgh Waverly which takes about an hour also stopping at other destinations on the way.
Very quiet and relaxed village with beautiful scenery all around. Shop and local pub within 5 minutes walking distance.
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Private room


Tipus de propietat

Pis


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Newtown Saint Boswells, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Occupying a superb elevated position with views over the town and Jedburgh Abbey, this former 19th Century coach house has been given a new lease of life to create a delightful holiday home full of warmth and character. For those looking to combine the benefits of small town living with calm, peaceful surroundings, this will be a super choice. Carefully redesigned to take full advantage of the views, the open plan living area is a wonderfully inviting space filled with natural light, balanced with original reclaimed doors, beams and flooring which respects the integrity of the original building. The soft neutral colour scheme of the sitting room is enhanced by high quality furnishings and natural textures, including a deep double sofa and two buttery leather armchairs positioned to take advantage of both the cosy woodburner and the lovely open outlook over the terraced garden beyond. In the kitchen, an original oak beam has been positioned to great effect to separate and define the living space from the kitchen area, yet it remains a sociable space for families and friends to cook, entertain, unwind and relax together. Upstairs, ceilings and exposed beams have been painted white to maximise light and space and includes a generous master bedroom with charming Juliet balcony and lovely views, a twin bedroom and a large family bathroom. Outside, there is a raised patio with garden furniture for relaxation or a summer barbecue, and a leisurely 5-10 minute walk from the bottom of the garden will take you to Jedburgh Abbey and directly into town. Accommodation The property sits on two floors and comprises:- Ground floor Entrance door leading directly in to the kitchen/open plan living area. The kitchen is fully equipped with a double oven, ceramic hob, integrated fridge, small dishwasher and microwave. There is an adjoining utility room with freezer and washing machine. The sitting room has two large feature windows with double doors leading out to the patio terrace. There is a double sofa, two armchairs, a dining area with seating capacity for six, and a woodburning stove (initial basket of logs supplied). Technology includes a 43” flat screen TV with Freeview, Blueray DVD player, radio and docking station. Cloakroom - with WC and basin. First Floor Bedroom one - master bedroom with zip and link beds which can be configured to 6’ superking or 3’ twin beds. Juliet balcony with views overlooking the garden and town. Chest of drawers, dressing table, built-in wardrobe. Bedroom two - with 3’ twin beds with zip and link option which can convert to a 6’ superking as required. Velux windows, small wardrobe, side tables, dressing table, chest of drawers. Family Bathroom Large double shower unit with rainforest head, small bath with hand-held shower, basin, shaving point and WC. Heating Gas central heating throughout the property. Woodburning stove in the sitting room - initial basket of logs supplied. Wi-Fi and mobile coverage Wi-Fi is available. Mobile coverage is good with 4G capacity. Storage There is an adjoining garage to the side of the property but this is not available for guest use. Owner access to the garage will be required during the period of any guest stay. Please contact us if you have any concerns. Lockable storage for bikes and outdoor gear is available. Garden and grounds Doors from the open plan sitting room lead out to a raised decked patio with garden furniture and seating for four. A barbecue is available. The bordering grounds of the owner comprise a lovely terraced garden which can be accessed from a side gate on the patio. Guests are welcome to use this space to pick fruit and veg from the garden when in season. There is also a gate at the bottom of the garden and a leisurely 5-10 minute walk will take you to Jedburgh Abbey and directly into town Parking There is shared driveway with private parking to the front of the property for two cars. Guest amenities A hairdryer is supplied in each bedroom. Hypoallergenic duvets and pillows are provided. Bath sheets and hand towels are provided for guests along with guest toiletries. Babies and children A travel cot and high chair are available. Welcome pack A small welcome pack is provided. Dogs Regrettably dogs can not be accommodated at the property. Guest privacy Boundary Bank is a completely separate building lying adjacent to the owner's property but is not overlooked. While the owners are on hand to help guests with any aspect of their stay, they are completely respectful of guest privacy.
The historic market town of Jedburgh with its magnificent 12th century abbey has a small selection of independent shops, including an excellent butchers shop and bakery as well as two small supermarkets for essential provisions. A drive of ten miles will take you to the picturesque town of Kelso where you will find a number of large supermarkets and also a monthly farmer’s market. For eating out, the Capon Tree has a super varied menu with its popular steak night on a Thursday or the Caddy Mann Restaurant sits just outside Jedburgh (3 miles) and has an excellent reputation for excellent local fayre and warm ambient surroundings. Alternatively you can enjoy a cosy fire and a fine cask ale at the Cross Keys Inn at Denholm, or a little further down the road will take you to the Roxburghe Hotel where you can experience a little bit of food heaven in the newly established Roux restaurant. For a coffee and cake stop. the Woodside Garden (4 miles) and Main Street Trading are both lovely spots to while-away a few hours. The property is incredibly well positioned for exploring attractions north and south of the border. The historic market town of Jedburgh with its magnificent 12th century abbey ruins is a fantastic spot for sightseeing. Here you can enjoy a cultural afternoon following in the footsteps of Bonnie Prince Charlie, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns and William Wordsworth all of whom walked its ancient streets, or visit the 16th century Bastel house of Mary Queen of Scots or the fascinating 1820 Castle Jail. You will find a leisure pool and fitness centre just a five minute walk from the property, and the town is home to an 18 hole golf course. There are walks to suit all levels across the area from the relatively short town trail to more high energy treks with links to the Borders Abbey Way, Dere Street and the Southern Upland Way. A short 3 mile drive will take you to Harestanes Visitor Centre which features a busy events programme, art exhibitions, a craft centre and coffee shop, and a lovely selection of woodland walks and cycling trails from relaxed ambles to more energetic climbs. There are four walks which start and finish at the centre including access to St Cuthbert's Way, the stunning long-distance walking route which follows the legend of St. Cuthbert on his journey from Melrose to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne; or for amazing panoramic vistas across the Border heartlands, walkers can take a hike to Penielheugh, a 150 foot tower built between 1817 and 1824 to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo. A little further along the road, the grounds and gardens of Monteviot House sit on the banks of the River Teviot where gardening enthusiasts will delight at the arboretum, rose garden, herbaceous shrub borders and water garden. The Woodside Garden Centre sits nearby which has a kitchen garden as well as a super RSPB wildlife garden. Heading south, the Kielder Water and Forest Park is an easy drive (24 miles) and is home to the largest man-made lake in northern Europe. There is something for everyone here including water sports enthusiasts, cyclists, walkers, naturalists, artists, families and photographers. A highlight is the star gazing treat at the Kielder Observatory where you can view the outstanding dark skies of the Northumberland National Park using powerful telescopes and may be lucky enough to see passing comets or a stunning meteor shower. Alternatively, a half-hour drive from the property will take you to Newcastleton, home to the outstanding 7Stanes mountain biking centre and Rock UK outdoor centre where you can experience a vast range of cycling trails, family adventure days, canoeing, climbing, zip rides, abseiling, walking and fishing. Ten miles miles and thirteen miles will take you to two of the most picturesque towns in the Scottish Borders - Kelso, home to majestic Floors Castle, or Melrose with its charming array of independent shops, pubs and restaurants and the evocative remains of Melrose Abbey as the stunning backdrop. For day trips slightly further afield, the cashmere mills at Hawick and Selkirk offer a good day out and the stunning Northumberland coast is an hour's drive away with miles of pristine sandy beaches to explore. Alternatively, the Georgian splendour of Edinburgh is an easy day trip by car.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, Regne Unit

Casa sencera3 llits
Boundary Bank
Preu:€75/nit
13 avaluacions
Superhost
Old Bridge end sits on the banks of the Jed Water with wonderful views and walks nearby. A Three minute walk will bring you into historic town with the must do sights as well as many eating and drinking options.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Casa sencera1 llit
Old Bridge End
Preu:€72/nit
25 avaluacions
Superhost
Static caravan in the Scottish Borders, 5 miles from Jedburgh. Is in a lovely setting in the holiday park, overlooking the golf course. The caravan has a balcony with gazebo for outside space. There is a shop, bar/restaurant that has entertainment during the summer season, easter, Halloween, Christmas and New Year. There is a Laundrette on site, 9 hole golf course and lots to explore nearby. There is also a park in front of the bar for small children (up to approx 10), and some green space
The caravan is slightly elevated, has a balcony front and one side with a gazebo and a pleasant view overlooking the golf course - it is ideal outside space for sitting out with a drink or a meal
5 miles from Jedburgh, an hour 45 mins from Edinburgh/Newcastle. A short drive from St Boswell’s and Galashiels
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Casa


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Jedburgh, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Located in the heart of Melrose, this quirky loft conversion is just a 2 minutes’ walk from the centre of the historic town of Melrose. You have your own private entrance, small internal area for coats, shoes etc then up to the bright studio where there is a large double bed, two lovely armchairs, a dining table with 2 two chairs, a fully equipped kitchenette as well as a bathroom with shower/wc and basin.
This studio is presented to a high standard and is an ideal base for sightseeing, walking, cycling and fishing (on the nearby River Tweed). While set in the heart of Melrose, it's secluded and private location gives you a peaceful setting in which to relax. Bikes, fishing tackle, walking gear etc can be stored in the garage. Bikes are available if you'd like to travel around and a travel cot is also available on request.
You are 2 minutes’ walk from the centre of the historic town of Melrose, the birthplace of rugby sevens. It is one of the prettiest towns in the Borders, positioned at the foot of the triple peaks of the Eildon Hills (the most distinctive single landmark in the Scottish Borders). The ruins of Melrose Abbey (dating from 1136) is a very popular tourist attraction. Melrose has a lovely selection of unique shops, restaurants and cafes just a 2 minutes stroll from the accommodation.
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Pis


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2


Dormitoris

0

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Mulberry Cottage is a unique place to stay in the lovely quaint village of Bowden, only 3 miles from the beautiful market town of Melrose. The cottage has been thoughtfully decorated with a lovely Arts and Crafts design throughout. Rooms painted in deep colours, echoed with gold finishes and stunning statement pieces. Two wonderfully comfortable super king beds with one bed zip & link converting into 2 singles. Art Deco style bathroom upstairs and a wonderful large shower downstairs.
Mulberry Cottage is certainly unique. Interior styled, warm colours and arts and crafts inspired. Cosy but spacious. A patio outside for dining on summer evenings.
Bowden is a lovely quaint village only 3 miles from the lovely market town of Melrose. Melrose offers all the things you need. A wonderful and well renowned Butchers, Martin Baird which is found on the high street. Hendersons, a beautiful garden shop. Micheal V, a stunning Interior Design shop. Greenhouse, for the a coffee and scone & The Provender, for a delicious lunch & dinner. Beautiful walks from your door will take you directly to The 3 Eildons.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

27a Castlegate is a fully equipped Ground Floor Apartment, the perfect location in the Heart of Historic Jedburgh, nestling in the Beautiful Scottish Borders. The Apartment has a Double Bedroom, a Shower Room, Open Plan Living/Lounge Area with Kitchen and a Dining Table for 2. There is parking on the street outside or various side streets, there is also a Public Use Car Park 500 Yards away. We have recently added a voile to the living room window to add some privacy when the blind is up.
A Travel Cot and High Chair can be provided for an infant. This must be confirmed at the time of booking. We are happy for your dog to join you on your stay, after-all they are part of the family too. Please note only well behaved dogs allowed and they must not be left alone in the property at all.
The historic town of Jedburgh is a small, quite town lying 10 miles inside the Scottish Border, situated halfway between Newcastle Upon Tyne and Edinburgh. Set admist the stunning countryside of the Borders, Jedburgh has much to offer visitors. There are charming shops, pubs and award-winning family run restaurants to enjoy nearby, as well as historic attractions such as the fascinating Mary Queen of Scots Visitor Centre and the imposing Abbey, which towers over the Town and dates back to 1138.
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Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Apartament sencer1 llit
27a Castlegate
Preu:€61/nit
53 avaluacions
Superhost
Come and enjoy the peace and tranquility that the countryside has to offer with our offgrid converted horse Lorry. We have created a camping experience with a twist. At the site nests a converted horse lorry that sleeps five and a converted pony trailer that houses all your cooking needs. Theres a separate composting toilet and an outdoor shower with heated water. Theres also the option of cooking on the fire pit or just laze beside the flames under the stars.
'Field Of Dreams' is situated in one of the fields part of Sunny Bedrule Farm with stunning views of the rolling hills of the Scottish borders. The farm works with cows, sheep and red deer and we offer the chance to take a tour on the farm to see these up close and personal with more details when you arrive. During your stay you would be welcome to explore the hills and fields of the farm with the chance of spotting all sorts of wildlife from badgers, wild deer to buzzards. The site also sit nexts to a popular walking route called the Abbeyway walk that takes you to our local towns of Jedburgh and Denholm.
Bedrule is a hamlet in the historic county of roxburghshire in the Scottish Borders. With only a handful of cottages and houses that are dotted around Bedrule Church. The very popular Abbey Way walk passes right through bedrule linking the towns of Jedburgh and Denholm where you would find shops, pubs and restuarants.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Caravana de fusta (Regne Unit, França)


Capacitat

5


Dormitoris

2

Bedrule, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Bright and airy double room in a quiet neighbourhood in Kelso. The perfect spot to use as a base to explore the beautiful towns and countryside of the Scottish Borders.
The room is equipped with a comfy double bed with fresh linen and towels, television with DVD player, coffee pod machine, large chest of drawers and hairdryer. Adjacent to the bedroom is a shower room which you will have exclusive use of during your stay and a spacious well equipped kitchen which you are also welcome to make use of. If you have bicycles they can be stored securely in the garage. Wifi is available free of charge too. Also living in the house is a very friendly cockapoo named Mabel. She doesn't shed so is hypo-allergenic and loves visitors!
The house is located in a quiet cul-de-sac 5 minute walk from Borders Exhibition Centre and 10 minute walk from the centre of Kelso. The town centre has lots of good quality restaurants, cafes and pubs and a great array of independent retail stores. There is a large supermarket nearby and town landmarks including Kelso Racecourse and Floors Castle. Excellent countryside walking routes can be found nearby including the St Cuthbert's Way and the start of the Pennine Way. The area also has lots of historical landmarks including the Abbeys of Kelso, Dryburgh, Melrose and Jedburgh which have a way marked cycle route between them.
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Private room


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

School Cottage is located in the picturesque village of Gattonside, a 10 minute walk from the centre of the historic town of Melrose. Ideally situated for sight seeing, walkers, cyclists and people looking to fish the Tweed. You can enjoy the stunning scenery with access to the Eildon hills. A short drive away is Tweedbank where you will find the train station that travels to Edinburgh Waverley. The journey takes about an hour also stopping at other destinations on the way.
The cosy Cottage has an entrance hall which leads into the living room, kitchen and dining area. The living room has a wood burning stove, comfy sofa and tartan chair. The kitchen is well equipped with a dining table. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one double the other single along with a recently renovated bathroom.
Gattonside has two award winning restaurants and Melrose several cafes, hotels, restaurants and shops.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Casa rural


Capacitat

3


Dormitoris

2

Gattonside, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Abbey Mill Perfectly located near the ancient ruins of Melrose Abbey (perhaps the name gives it away!) and the River Tweed, Abbey Mill is built in a quiet cul-de-sac with plenty of open space. Shops and restaurants are only a few minutes’ walk away, but if you prefer to go by bike, the safe lock-up garage provides the perfect storage. Lots of lovely walks including the three peaks of the Eildon Hills right from the door.
EPC rating = C
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Casa


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5


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3

Melrose, Escòcia, Regne Unit

A delightful cosy cottage situated in the quaint village of Nisbet (3 miles from Jedburgh), this generously appointed 3-star country retreat will provide your family with comfort, spectacular riverside fishing and walks near your doorstep. Feel free to indulge yourself in classic country attire and explore what the Scottish Borders has to offer.
Peacefully tucked away in Nisbet, our child-friendly cottage is unique in its offerings... Kitted for fisheries, families and children, enjoy your plentiful stay with pet-friendly bedrooms and remarkable views. The newly-renovated spacious dining room is a brilliant way to spend the evenings of your family holiday. Dine in style by a cosy fire, or relax in the enclosed garden on a picnic table under the dazzling Border skyline.
Nisbet is a small village just 3 miles from the historic town of Jedburgh, with many landmarks such as Mary Queen of Scots' house, and the infamous Romanesque Abbey. Plentiful opportunities to fish in picturesque rivers nearby, and storage for your catch in the sizeable dining room of the Schoolhouse.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Casa rural


Capacitat

6


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3

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

During this difficult period we are only taking booking from key workers. As the accommodation is separate from our home we are able to offer self check in and can communicate with you by phone (we will wave from our garden).
Only one party will use the accommodation at any time. We are adhering to Air B&B cleaning policy and advice. The property will remain unoccupied for 72 hours after visitors depart. The kitchen will be available to cook your own food. We will provide breakfast staples. If you are work colleagues we assume you will have a regime for safe distancing in communal areas. Any questions at all please contact us.
There are many lovely walks from the door. Including two footpaths to Kelso.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Bed and breakfast


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Kelso, Regne Unit

Tweed Cottage is a holiday cottage set in private maintained gardens with stunning views overlooking the historic town of Jedburgh. The accommodation is suitable for short or long stays and includes all the facilities for up to four people. It has two bedrooms, one with a double bed, one with two singles, a bathroom/toilet and an open plan living space with a fully fitted kitchen, dining table and chairs, sofas, TV, DVD Player, Bluetooth and Wifi. There is a cot. Outside there is a veranda.
The cottage is only five minutes walk from the center of Jedburgh. Please note, because of the cottage's prominent location overlooking the town access is via a series of steps and quite steep paths that might prove difficult for guests with limited mobility. A cot and toys are available for guests with very young children.
Jedburgh is a historic Scottish Borders town with a world famous Abbey, a Castle, Mary Queen of Scots House and lots more to see. It boasts a wide range of restaurants from Fine Dining, Pub Meals, Asian and traditional.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Accommodation The living accommodation sits on two floors with a ground floor bedroom and bathroom. Ground floor Access hallway leading into: Drawing room - generously proportioned room with the original coach house windows offering a wide open aspect onto the private courtyard. With two large sofas, flat screen TV with Freeview, extensive library which guests are welcome to use, writing desk with Wi-fi hub. Large open fire - initial supply of logs provided. Kitchen/dining room - with ceramic hob, electric oven, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee machine. Please note there is no microwave. Dining area with seating for six. Adjoining utility/boot room with large fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and plenty of additional cupboard space. Bedroom one - with zip and link beds which can be configured to 6‘ king-size or twin as required, side tables, built-in wardrobe. Bathroom one - bath with shower over (rainforest head and hand-held mixer), heated towel rail, basin and WC. First floor Bedroom two - with zip and link beds which can be configured to 6‘ king-size or twin as required, side tables, double built-in wardrobe. Bathroom two - bath with shower over (rainforest head and hand-held mixer), heated towel rail, basin and WC. Heating Central heating throughout the property. Open fire in the sitting room - logs provided. Guest amenities Bed linen and towels are provided for guests along with guest toiletries. Hairdryers are not provided. Babies and children A highchair can be made available on request, but please note that a travel cot is not provided. Important - there is a large ornamental pond on the lawn in the courtyard area which has been covered by wire mesh. It is recommended that children are closely supervised in this area. Dogs Two dogs are permitted but must be clean and dry before access into the property and thereafter kept to the large utility/boot room and kitchen area only. Important - Elliston is a working farm with livestock in the adjoining fields and it is imperative that dogs are kept under control and on leads whilst outwith the main courtyard and when walking in the immediate area. Guests can walk on the drive outside the courtyard but cannot walk in the surrounding fields with livestock. Wi-Fi and mobile coverage Wi-Fi is available but please note that speeds can be slower due to its rural location. Mobile reception is generally good. Garden and grounds There is a small patio area with garden bench to the front of Coachman’s which extends into a large shared courtyard with lawned area and ornamental pond. The gate to the main courtyard area must be closed at all times. Guests can walk on the drive outside the courtyard but cannot walk in the surrounding fields with livestock. Storage There is secure storage available for fishing and outdoor kit in an adjacent steading. Parking There is ample private parking to the front of the cottage. Guest privacy The courtyard is shared with Byreman’s Cottage (sleeps 6) which sits nearby. No smoking Strictly no smoking.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Casa


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4


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2

St. Boswells, Scottish Borders, Regne Unit

Ideal location for walkers, cyclists hill climbers, people looking to fish the Tweed and people who want to sight see the area. Also an ideal pit stop for travellers venturing north or south. We also have a second room for anyone wanting to book for bigger parties. ( listed separately on airbnb)
Cosy quiet attic conversion with tea and coffee facilities and storage and hanging space. There Is a separate bathroom which maybe shared if we have other guests .
Very quiet area with great views lovely walks and access to village pub and local shop. On Saint Cuthberts way. A 2 mile walk to Melrose where you will find Melrose Abbey, lots of coffee shops, bars and restaurants. You can also pick up The Southern Upland Way Walk leading through various border towns. You are also on the door step of the River Tweed if you are looking to do a bit of fishing. All borders Abbeys with easy reach. Local transport passes the door and 5 min drive away at tweedbank you can get the train to Edinburgh which takes about an hour Borders general.hospital is only a short distance along the road
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Private room


Tipus de propietat

Pis


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Newtown Saint Boswells, Escòcia, Regne Unit

A quintessential country hideaway, Garden Cottage rests gently on the edge of the original walled garden on the Teviot Bank Estate amidst glorious scenery. For those craving a little of the good life, this pretty cottage will hit the right note for fishing, walking, and cycling pursuits along tranquil river valleys or simply cosying-up with a good book in front of the dancing flames of a real fire. When a lazy lunch beckons, the charming village pub is just a mile from the door. The beauty of this cottage is the peaceful country setting together with the simple tranquility of its interior. Warm and inviting, the cottage benefits from an open plan sitting room with woodburner and dining space leading to a bright, sunny kitchen, while a separate sitting room adds a dash of Nordic elegance for relaxed socialising or just a little time-out. The bathroom on the ground floor has a plentiful supply of hot water whilst upstairs, two double bedrooms (one double, one twin) have delightful combed ceilings and scenic views out towards Ruberslaw Hill. Crisp linens from the White Company, gorgeous furnishing fabrics from Scottish design company Inchyra, along with sumptuous goose down duvets and pillows should help to ease you into a restful sleep. The front of the cottage looks out over arable land leading down to the River Teviot while a pretty garden to the rear is an idyllic spot for sunshine days watching the comings and goings of wandering wildlife passing on by. Accommodation The cottage sits on two floors. Ground floor Small front porch - with bench seating and hanging space. Open plan living/dining/kitchen - with double sofa and armchairs, wood burning stove, and dining space for 4. The kitchen is well equipped with oven, ceramic hob, fridge, freezer, 3/4 dishwasher, and microwave. Please note that there is a step down from the living area to the kitchen which may be a consideration for guests with restricted mobility. There is a washing machine and dryer in a storage cupboard to the rear of the property. Sitting room - with two large sofas, Smart TV, DVD player. Selection of books, games and DVDs. Bathroom - bath with shower-over and a separate handheld shower, heated towel rail, basin and WC. Rear hall with hanging space with door leading to a patio garden. First floor Bedroom one with 5‘ king size bed, side tables and chest of drawers. Bedroom two with twin beds and two small chest of drawers. There is storage space with hanging rail on the landing between the bedrooms. Guest amenities High quality White Company linen, along with Goose down duvets and pillows. Hairdryers are supplied. Bath towels are provided along with luxury guest toiletries. Welcome pack A small welcome pack awaits guests on arrival. Heating Electric heating throughout the property which is thermostatically controlled. Woodburning stove in the sitting room/dining space. Open fire in the formal sitting room. Logs are provided. Wi-Fi and mobile coverage Wi-Fi is available. Mobile reception is generally good. Babies and children A travel cot and high chair are available on request. Dogs Dogs are not permitted at the cottage. Garden and grounds There is a small garden to the front of the property and a large lawned area to the side aspect. A pretty patio sits to the rear with garden furniture and barbecue overlooking mature planting and woodland. The rear garden is fully enclosed. Parking There is private parking for two cars to the front of the cottage. Privacy The cottage is detached and benefits from a private location on the Teviot Bank Estate and is not overlooked. Smoking The property is strictly no smoking.
The picturesque village of Denholm sits just 1 mile from the cottage where you will find an excellent butcher, post office, two pubs serving good food, two cafes and the charming ‘Denholm Meet’ with a cafe/bistro on the ground floor and antiques and interiors shop upstairs. A little further afield will take you to Ancrum (8.5 miles) for superb gastro pub dining at the Cross Key Inn along with a fine craft ale from multi-award winning microbrewery 'Born in the Borders' You will find a more extensive range of amenities in Hawick (5 miles) including a deli, butchers shops and a number of large supermarkets for stocking up on those everyday essentials. The location of Garden Cottage means that it is perfectly placed for walking, cycling and exploring the great outdoors. There are thirteen designated walks around this area from short 2 mile stretches to more demanding 8 mile hill hikes taking in beautiful countryside and rolling border hills. The Borders Abbeys Way is a circular walk which takes in the spectacular remnants of four 12th century abbeys and the route passes nearby - a pretty stretch which follows the course of the River Teviot and ends at the historically significant Horse Memorial in Hawick which celebrates the ‘callants’ victory in the 1514 Battle of Hornshole. You can also follow the Ruberslaw Circular Route, a 5 mile hike where you will be rewarded with breathtaking views to the Cheviots, or the 6 mile Minto Hills route which starts and finishes at Denholm Village Green - a perfect spot to enjoy tea and cake after the day’s exertions! Similarly, there is some fantastic cycling and mountain biking to be had here from family friendly leisure routes to more challenging hill terrain including the NCN Route 1, Four Abbeys Cycleway, Tweed Cycleway, and Borderloop tour. Local trails includes the Denholm Circular (14 miles), Cavers & Stobs (19 miles), and Vertish Hill Loop (7 miles). For dedicated mountain biking trails, The 7Stanes centre at Newcastleton is 25 miles away, and the Kielder Forest Park is 23 miles. The nearby town of Hawick is home to the finest quality Scottish cashmere and knitwear, where guests can follow the Textile Trail which includes visitor centres and museums as well as factory and retail outlets, with everything from finest quality cashmere, unique sample pieces or perhaps just some rather natty woolly socks! For a little bit of history or maybe even tracing your Scottish ancestry, head to the Heart of Hawick, a superb new arts and heritage project which includes the Textile Towerhouse Museum, as well as the Scottish Archive whose registrar and genealogy services can help you on the path of re-connecting with your Scottish roots. For wet-weather fun, the Teviotdale Leisure Centre has a pool and other activities to keep children happy and entertained, and the Tower Mill Hub has a cinema, theatre and cafe. A short drive will take you to ‘Born in the Borders’, a super new visitor centre with shop, cafe/ restaurant, riverside walks and micro-brewery bringing together the very best of all things produced and created here. Next explore the pretty Border towns of Melrose, Kelso and Jedburgh where you will find an excellent range of independent shopping, the magnificent ruins of Border Abbeys, the elegance of Floors Castle, and the grand stately homes and gardens of Abbotsford, Mellerstain, Manderston and Bowhill. The outstanding cultural city of Edinburgh is an easy day trip - just over an hour by car from the property. Not to be missed are some of the events and festivals running during the course of the year - our historic Common Ridings and Cavalcades, Border Rugby Sevens, National Hunt Racing at Kelso, the epic Borders Book Festival as well as Food Festivals, Music Festivals and Walking Festivals. For golfing, the 18 hole Minto course lies approximately1.1 miles north of the property, a gem of a parkland course with wide challenging holes and the very aptly named ‘Everest’ at the 12th. Across the wider area, you have a vast choice from stunning parkland tracts to PGA courses, including the Roxburghe Championship course at Kelso. There is clay shooting at Braidwood and fishing and shooting days can all be arranged nearby. For riding, the area has rich historical connection dating back to the Border Reivers in the 13th and 14th century and the Ian Stark Equestrian Centre and Broomhill Riding Centre both have an illustrious reputation for training those new to the sport through to advanced riders looking to refine their technique and skill set. Fishing for salmon, trout and grayling can be arranged directly with the owner, within season, on Teviot Bank's own 1.5 mile stretch of river just minutes from the cottage where reputedly the largest salmon on the Teviot was caught. Permits are also available on behalf of Hawick Angling Club providing access to an extensive fishing area on the Teviot and its tributaries, including 3 lochs at Williestruther, Ackerknowe and Barnes.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Denholm, Scottish Borders, Regne Unit

Casa sencera3 llits
Garden Cottage
Preu:€81/nit
1 avaluació
Superhost
You cant get more central to this contemporary flat in the picturesque town of Melrose.A 2 bedroom flat on the first floor with your own private entrance and a small bright garden space opposite with table & chairs. Inside it is modern & has been recently refurbished to a high quality. Main bedroom consists of a zip and link Superking bed which can be changed to 2 singles.The 2nd bedroom is a double.Bathroom has a large shower. Kitchen is fully equipped with all essentials and nespresso machine.
Fun & unique with an 'Apartment' feel to it! Exposed brick wall and many other design features.
Melrose is the most picturesque market town in the Scottish Borders. Voted in 2018 the best place to live in Scotland with many attractions including: Melrose Abbey, Abbotsford House, Eildon Hills with many popular walks passing through and its central location is an ideal place to enjoy the Borders with its numerous sites. In addition, the new Borders railway runs to nearby Tweedebank (approx. 2 miles) which has regular trains to Edinburgh (very handy to enjoy the fringe festival).
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4


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2

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Our caravan is located on a popular golf resort in the heart of the Scottish Borders. Explore the area attractions. Historic sites such as Jedburgh, Dryburgh and Melrose Abbeys. Abbotsford house the home of Sir Walter Scott. Salmon Fishing on the River Tweed. Chic and sophisticated, this Holiday Home has an open plan living area infused with touches of modern design, crafting a stylish ambience that melds with the excellent level of specification to create a highly desirable home from home.
Lovely view from sitting lounge area. Decking area & outside seating area for when weather permits. Launderette machines are also available on the holiday park site.
Restaurant, Bar, play park, walks, small shop, a 9 hole, 18 tee golf course onsite.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Xalet


Capacitat

6


Dormitoris

2

Jedburgh, Regne Unit

Cobblestone Corner. Great for long business stays & short leisure retreats, our Grade B listed first floor studio flat is 1 min walk from Kelso town centre. Guests have SOLE USE of flat inc FREE WI-FI. Fully equiped modern kitchen. Bathroom with shower over bath. Comfortable bright living room, original sash window with duel aspect outlook, TV/free view/DVD & small dining table/work space. Bedroom area, full length mirror, wardrobe. All windows have blackout blinds. Usually 2 night minimum.
We bought this studio flat at the end of 2017 and renovated it with care trying to carefully consider the needs of guests, both business & leisure travellers. It is comfortably furnished with easy seating area, eating/working table, modern kitchen and bathroom. It is in a prime location in the centre of Kelso which allows easy access to the many restaurants and activities but with convenience for business travellers to local & regional towns & businesses. As a self catering stay guests will appreciate the great food suppliers within walking distance, including Coop, (1mins walk), or Sainsburys 5 mins by car. If you want to pop out for breakfast there are several bakers on the square who do delicious take away bacon rolls! Happy to discuss reduction for longer business stays please get in touch. This is a first floor flat.
Roxburgh Street is on the periphery of Kelso town. Just a few minutes walk from many independent shops and restaurants. Easy access in foot to BORDER UNION SHOWGROUND where many local & national events are held, including, KELSO RAM SALES/BUAS/SCOOTER RALLY/ANTIQUES AUCTIONS Also close to KELSO RACE COURSE & FLOORS CASTLE who also host many large local & national events including FOOD FESTIVAL. For those with green cars you'll find an electric charging point in the square.
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Pis


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

1

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Stone-built, semi-detached cottage with an abundance of charm and character , coal fire and central heating .The cottage is quite deceptive and the main rooms are spacious. It has a lovely cottage garden overlooking the Malt burn, which is bounded by the woods on the base of the Eildons. Ground floor, bathroom; sitting room (with digital/free view tv and fireplace); small bedroom; dining kitchen; and upstairs, the main bedroom and one further small bedroom.
Situated just yards from one of the listed pedestrian routes to the Eildon Hills, Number 27 is superbly positioned as a “base camp” for casual or keen walkers as well as those who are content to take the short stroll into town and avail themselves of the various wining and dining establishments or other places of interest. Time spent in the sitting room can be quiet and contemplative, with a glass or cup of something, a book and the glow of an open fire or guests can tune in to the digital tv for television or digital radio. The bedrooms are quiet and comfortable. The dining kitchen is good-sized and equipped with the main appliances (halogen hob; fan oven; fridge/freezer; microwave; dishwasher etc) and utensils and crockery. Outdoors, there is a small patio /terrace just outside the back door or guests can enjoy the landscaped and terraced garden overlooking the Malt Burn and the woods at the rear. The primary sounds being the Malt Burn in spate and the calls of woodland birds. The cellar room, with lighting and power, is accessed from the garden and offers storage suitable for bikes , golf clubs , walking boots etc The washing machine is located here and a clothes drying line (on retractable reel) is positioned outside, at the cellar door.
Melrose is a magnet for those seeking cultured relaxation or outdoor pursuits. At the foot of the iconic Eildon Hills, Melrose is home to the world-famous Greenyards rugby ground and ancient Melrose Abbey. The annual book festival has become a popular fixture, attracting the great and the good every year. Melrose is now served (via the station at nearby Tweedbank) by the Waverley line to Edinburgh. The town is well served by a variety of privately run shops, hotels, pubs and restaurants. There are also library; museum; tennis courts; parks; gardens; and a co-op supermarket. For those needing retail park outlets ; swimming pool; cinema etc, Galashiels is located only about 3.7 miles away by road. (Alternatively the short rail trip could be taken from Tweedbank to Galashiels). The cottage is literally a few steps from the signposted St Cuthbert’s Way footpath leading to the Eildon Hills. From the front door, Melrose Abbey can be seen in the near distance and it, together with all of the amenities and attractions of Melrose, are within easy reach.
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Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

3

Melrose, Scottish Borders, Regne Unit

Bright airy caravan, separate kitchen dining area. Main bedroom en suite toilet. Full size cooker, integrated fridge freezer.
New 6 berth caravan. Decking with furniture. Tavern bar with restaurant. Pay and play 18 hole golf course. Launderette on site. Children's play area.
Ideal for exploring the Scottish Borders. A popular area with walkers and golfers.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Caravana o autocaravana


Capacitat

6


Dormitoris

2

Jedburgh, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Converted stable block adjoining main house provides basic yet cosy self contained accommodation. A snug and quirky space with own entrance, comprised of a downstairs area with lounge, kitchenette, dining table, WC and shower. Upstairs bedroom has two single beds. Private off road parking directly outside the property. Books, wifi and digital radio to keep you entertained but no TV. In the heart of the village of St Boswells, a perfect base for exploring the Scottish Borders.
The shower is directly off the main living space, see photos for reference. The bedroom is at the top of a set of narrow and steep stairs so may be unsuitable for those with limited mobility. Kitchen area includes kettle, toaster, two ring induction hob and fridge freezer. Breakfast - cereal, milk, tea and coffee provided
St Boswells has been named as one of the top ten places to live by the Sunday Times. This beautiful village in the heart of the Scottish Borders features the award winning bookshop/deli Mainstreet Trading, and award winning coaching inn, The Buccleuch Arms, with it's excellent pub and restaurant. Other amenities include Italian restaurant, chip shop, general store, butcher shop and more.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Minicasa


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

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