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

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

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Allotjaments a Birgham

Allotjaments a Birgham
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/pis sencers


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Casa rural


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6


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3

Scottish Borders, Regne Unit

Orchard Hideaway is a perfect place for couples or a family. Panoramic views over looking the Tweed Valley to the Cheviots on the horizon. Open plan kitchen/ dining /sitting room / large windows, wood burner. The outside Hot tub is fired by wood and perfect for relaxation. The King size bedroom is spacious and the twin is compact. Shower room with excellent pressure. Kelso, a charming market town with Floors castle, Kelso Abbey - 4 miles. For days away - Bamburgh, Berwick, Alnwick, Melrose
Peace and quiet with panoramic views yet just 4 miles from Kelso, a lovely market town. Hot tub is freshly run for every guest and no need for chemical so extremely therapeutic and relaxing.
We are surrounded by beautiful countryside, Abbeys, many stately homes. The River Tweed and it's small tributory, the River Eden meanders through Cliftonhill, our organic farm and you can follow to the River Tweed, just 2 miles away.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Allotjament agrícola


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Cliftonhill, Escòcia, 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. 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/pis sencers


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Casa


Capacitat

11


Dormitoris

5

Jedburgh, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Take the chance to unwind in a wonderful situation with a stunning view with its own garden and log fire to curl up in front of during the winter months. There are 2 double rooms and a twin bedroom, a small bathroom, 2 sitting rooms and a well equipped kitchen and it is ideal for those who want to bring their own dogs for an additional cost. Do please inquire about price as for more than two nights for more than 2 people the price can change .
You can walk straight out of the door for a short walk perhaps down to the lake or for those who wish to be more strenuous numerous walks which can be of a variety of lengths. One intrepid visitor swam on January 1st under the waterfaThis cottage is about 100 metll in our nearby river...not for the faint hearted! there is everything that you should need to do self cater and have no other contact with people . Our guests can have full use of the cottage where there is a well equipped kitchen, 2 sitting rooms where there is a log fire.There is a spacious, very comfortable twin bedroom with a lovely view and one smaller double room and a large double room again with a lovely view, one bathroom with a lovely deep bath but no shower. It is very suitable for families and anyone wishing to bring their own dogs for which we charge a little extra. Do please enquire regarding the price as I can make special offers for more than 2 people in the cottage especially for more than one night. There is a completely secluded garden which is very sheltered. It is not fenced. It is best to contact me to find out the price. The garden is lovely for sitting out in if the English weather permits and we are about 30 mins drive from many historic castles both in England and Scotland There is an excellent riding school nearby who specializes in hill rides and rides onto Holy Island over the sands. The College Valley is a favourite walking destination, so please join a guided walk to enhance your appreciation of this beautiful and rugged valley and learn something of the farming, history, geography and wildlife of the place you are holidaying in.
tranquility
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Casa/pis sencers


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Casa


Capacitat

6


Dormitoris

3

Wooler, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Discounts available on stays of 3+ nights during October to February. Simply click on CONTACT HOST below to enquire. Our lovely holiday home, Mary's Cottage, is set in the beautiful North Northumberland countryside just a few miles from the Scottish Borders. In a peaceful village it offers country walks from the door, and combines tranquility and style with warmth and comfort. The perfect romantic, rural retreat at any time of the year.
Our cosy, romantic cottage has been renovated and insulated to a high standard. We've used gentle Farrow & Ball colours, comfy sofas and bed plus beautiful pieces of art by local artists to create a lovely, relaxing environment. The cottage is our own holiday home and as we don't live locally we employ a housekeeper to clean and prepare for our guests. This means you can expect a high standard of cleanliness and professionally laundered bedding and towels. LIVING/DINING ROOM: Comfy sofas to snuggle on, a log burner with fuel supplied and a cosy corner for dining. There's a wide range of books and DVDs (including some about the history of the local area), Country Living and Dog Friendly magazines, games and colouring books with coloured pens/pencils for time spent relaxing indoors. KITCHEN: Well equipped and modern, the kitchen contains a large fridge-freezer, a wine fridge, dishwasher, single oven with induction hob* and a microwave. Complimentary tea, coffee, sugar, sweetener, herb teas and a basic range of herbs, spices and cooking oil are supplied. (*Please note that the British Heart Foundation recommends that people with a heart pacemaker should get no closer than 60cm to an induction hob). UTILITY ROOM: The utility room houses a washing machine (washing capsules supplied) and separate tumble dryer, iron and table-top ironing board plus room for coats, boots/shoes and doggy paraphernalia (bowls for food and water, poo bags, tick remover and shampoo). A fire blanket, fire extinguisher, basic first aid kit, insect repellent, sunscreen lotion and torches are also kept in here. BEDROOM: Comfortable double bed with Egyptian cotton bedding, plenty of hanging/drawer space for clothes and remote controlled bedside lights. SHOWER ROOM: Modern shower/wet room with underfloor heating and a heated towel rail. We provide fluffy towels and quality toiletries including shampoo and conditioner, body wash and body lotion. TECHNOLOGY: Free wi-fi. Television with DVD player and eclectic mix of DVDs. Chromecast: enables you to 'cast' your favourite TV shows, films, music, sport, games and more from your phone or other mobile devices straight to our TV. Hepburn radio which enables you to play music etc from your mobile/tablet via Bluetooth by simply downloading the View Quest app. OUTSIDE: At the back of the house is a sunny south-facing area for sitting out, with table and chairs provided. The stone bench outside the front door is the perfect spot to sit on a summer's evening with a glass of wine to watch the sun setting. The side/rear area is gated and secure for dogs. Guests have access to a lockable outbuilding enabling secure storage of fishing rods, bikes etc. We have left our own bikes and cycling helmets in the outbuilding and guests are welcome to use them AT THEIR OWN RISK. We've also left folding chairs, a windbreak and a coolbox for picnics and days out at Northumberland's coast. The house is situated on a quiet road just a short walk from the centre of the village of Branxton with its charming village hall, beautiful 12th century church, the 'smallest visitors' centre in the world' and a way-marked walking route around the historic Flodden battlefield. The village, with just 60 dwellings and no shops or pubs of its own, is surrounded by farmland making it wonderfully free from traffic noise and unusually peaceful, especially in the evening. FACILITIES FOR BABIES: A high chair is available upon request. DOGS: Two small or one medium sized well-behaved dogs are welcome but, for the sake of our other guests we'd appreciate it if you would try to keep them out of the bedroom and off the furniture. We provide dog towels, bowls, torches for late night wee-walks and a supply of emergency poo bags. There's also a handy outside tap for cleaning up boots and paws after muddy walks. Please mention if you are bringing your dog at the time of booking so we can leave them some treats. PARKING: Parking on the quiet road right outside the cottage is free and unlimited. The area behind the property is our neighbour's access route to/from his garage so must be left clear at all times.
The peaceful village of Branxton is perfectly positioned for exploring the Northumberland National park, walking in the Cheviot Hills, fishing on the Tweed, or visiting Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle and the Farnes. It is just a few miles from the border with Scotland and roughly equidistant from the lovely market town of Kelso with its Flemish-style square and coastal Berwick-upon-Tweed. The cottage is also a perfect base for trips to explore the wonderful cities of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Edinburgh as they are both just over an hour's drive away. The village itself is rich in history being adjacent to site of the Battle of Flodden, fought in 1513. The battlefield trail, with interpretation boards explaining the stages of the battle which led to the tragic death of James IV of Scotland, provides a fascinating walk around the area with beautiful views over the village and across the countryside. There are many other lovely walks to be taken direct from the cottage or just a short drive away and OS maps of the area are provided for guests' use. We also provide a selection of books and DVDs about the history of the area, the Battle of Flodden and the Border Reivers who raided the entire Border country along the Anglo-Scottish border from the late 13th century to the 17th century.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Branxton, Anglaterra, 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


Tipus de propietat

Caravana de fusta (Regne Unit, França)


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

1

Bedrule, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Near Kelso ( 10 min drive ) , spacious first floor apartment in private wing of historic house, amazing views over parklands towards the Cheviot Hills.
Great for couples or solo travellers, close to the scenic towns of Kelso and Jedburgh with their ancient abbeys, cafes and shops . Fantastic area for walking , the ruins of Cessford Castle lie half hour walk away , and St Cuthbert's Way is close by . The area is also wonderful for horse riding , fishing and cycling. Morebattle village is 2 miles away, with a village shop, pub and butcher. Not suitable for young children .
Close to the towns of Kelso and Jedburgh ( 10 minute drive ) Melrose with its wonderful historic abbey is a 25 minute drive , and just outside Melrose the newly opened Borders Railway allows easy access to Edinburgh , one hour by train along a lovely scenic rail route.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Eckford, Scottish Borders, Regne Unit

Bed & Breakfast accommodation in a two storey "Upside down" house. Bedrooms are located on ground floor and share a bathroom. A shower room is also located on the first floor. The accommodation is not self contained, but guests staying longer than one night may use the kitchen if requested in advance..
The house was designed and project managed by me 15 years ago. It is built "upside down", ie the lounge & kitchen are upstairs to take advantage of the views over the River Tweed and Cheviot Hills. I have two double bedrooms available, both on the ground floor. You will have exclusive use of the ground floor bathroom while here but the shower is on the first floor. I serve a simple breakfast between 7:30 &9am -usually cereal or porridge/toast/fruit/yoghourt/Tea or coffee and occasionally do a cooked breakfast on weekends if you are staying for a few nights. Also included are towels /free wi-fi /car parking /secure storage for cycles/ out of site motorcycle parking. Tea/coffee making & use of kitchen (by prior arrangement) The house is about 1 mile from the A697 road to Edinburgh (48mls) and the Berwick -Galashiels bus stops almost outside. There are castles, stately homes, fishing, ruined abbeys and beautiful countryside and the area is good for walks, cycling or just relaxing. The beach is about 20miles away
This is a small but friendly village, 5 miles from Kelso & 3mls from Coldstream. Berwick can be reached by bus every two hours.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Bed and breakfast


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Coldstream, Coldstream, Regne Unit

Private room2 llits
Birgham-Borders B & B
Preu:€29/nit
146 avaluacions
Superhost

Experiències populars a Northumberland i les Scottish Borders

Experiències populars a Northumberland i les Scottish Borders

Allotjaments populars

Allotjaments populars
This historic restored cottage is located on the bank of the famous river Tweed & has stunning views. The lounge & dining room is comfortably furnished with 2 sofas, books and games & & an antique dining table, set for 4. There is a Smart Tv provided & WiFi. full central heating & double glazing makes a very cosy stay in the colder months. The kitchen has full oven & hob, dishwasher, fridge, and freezer, toaster & microwave. Up the oak stairs there are 2 bedrooms, each with ensuite wet room
Rosybank Cottage has been restored to the highest of standards with amazing attention to detail. The flooring on the staircase , upper landing and bedrooms has been finished in light oak. Both bedrooms have large beds, super-king or king. Each bedroom has an ensuite wet room with beautiful tiles and heated designer towel rail anbd is provided with underfloor heating. Naturally there are lots of towels and organic soap. There are razor points and hairdryers provided for each shower room. Both bedrooms have stunning river views There is a pack and play cot available with bedding if required and a safety gate can be fitted at the top of the stairs. Coldstream is a historic Border town with connections to the famous Coldstream Guards. It has a traduitional High Street with bakers, butchers, post office and small supermarket. Take away& sit in restaurants and pubs are within walking distance Golf, fishing and tennis can be arranged within the town. There are many stately homes, such as Floors Castle, Manderston, and Thirlstane, to visit within a short drive. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne, with its tidal causeway, is a must for visiting in this area. When visiting the coast there is a choice of the beaches of Berwickshire or Northumberland and little fishing villages like Seahouses or Eyemouth. Edinburgh is about one hours drive away
This is a historic residential part of the Border town of Coldstrea. There are a full range of shops pubs and restaurants within a short walk
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Coldstream, Regne Unit

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in a two storey "Upside down house". Ideal stop over for walkers, cyclists, Genealogical researchers, wedding goers and national & international travelers.
Ground floor bedrooms with shared bathroom on same floor. The shower room is on the first floor. The house is 13 years old and is built upside down, ie the lounge & kitchen are upstairs. The views from the Lounge are excellent. The views are spectacular across the River Tweed to The Cheviot Hills.
Birgham is a village of about 200 people, overlooking the Tweed Valley, and views to The Cheviot Hills.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Bed and breakfast


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Birgham, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Private room1 llit
Birgham- Borders B & B
Preu:€29/nit
73 avaluacions
Superhost
A charming cosy cottage with an Austrian sleigh bed, beams + balcony reached by spiral stairs. Sit up in bed and look through french windows over border countryside to the Cheviots on the horizon.Log burner, patio, garden,BBQ,tennis, river,WiFi. The cottage is heated by wood bio mass and is so cosy. Tennis court, river walks and farm walks on our organic farm and a 3 mile walk into Kelso, a wonderful market town + Floors Castle, the Border Abbeys and many stately homes and their tea rooms!
A romantic little cottage for 2. It has a delightful beamed living room with a sumptuous Laura Ashley sofa beside the wood burning stove and sky TV. French - windows lead out to the south facing patio garden with BBQ and garden furniture. Well equipped galley kitchen with dining table. Bath room with overhead shower. Spiral stairs wind through the wooden beams to the sunny bed room, with a king-size Austrian sleigh bed, french windows and small balcony. Enjoy the sun rising and huge starry skies and admire the beautiful views across rolling farmland to the Cheviot Hills on the horizon. Plum Braes is on an organic Farm with an idyllic setting - The Cheviot hills are on the horizon to the south and the Eildon Hills and Hume Castle south and West. Berwick Train station is 30 minutes drive. There are taxi's to bring you to the cottage or you can hire a car.
The peace and quiet yet only 3 miles from the lovely market town, Kelso, with its Abbey and Castle, cobbled square and unique and special shops and eateries. two lovely garden centres also with restaurants of quality. Tennis court, lovely river walks through our organic farm, bird watching and wildlife. Lots to see and do only if you want to!
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Kelso, Regne Unit

Welcome to my soul Retreats, a place to relax and recharge. It's a place for you alone to explore and grow, to recharge your batteries, work on issues and dilemmas, by yourself or with support. A place to nourish mind, body and soul. Accommodation is a cosy upper flat in a rural village setting. You have your own entrance and parking. It consists of a sitting room/Kitchenette, bedroom, with an electric bed for ultimate comfort, and a bathroom with shower cubicle. There are lovely rural view
This Apartment is a cosy escape with a double bedroom, kitchen/Livingroom and bathroom. Rural views from all rooms. It is an upper floor Aprtment with its own parking and entrance. There is also access to a Kabin in the garden for reflection, creative activities and there is a private patio to the rear for your exclusive use with a fire pit and a place to watch sunsets.
Set in a quiet rural part of the Scottish Borders. Surrounded by farmland, small Villages and the nearby towns of Kelso and Coldstream. Plenty of space for walking, visiting beaches and exploring the lovely unique towns and villages of the Borders. Enjoy our Common Ridings, Borders Unin Show and the book and food festivals. Not forgetting the Melrose 7's rugby.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Pis


Capacitat

1


Dormitoris

1

Kelso, Scottish Borders, 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.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Nestled into rolling farmland, this delightful former smithy exudes rustic charm with original features including exposed beams and the original smithy fireplace sitting alongside pretty fabrics, wooden floors, a fabulous handmade kitchen and warm Farrow & Ball paint colours. With flexible accommodation – the zip and link beds can be configured as a superking bed or two twin beds as desired – the cottage is an idyllic setting for couples or friends to enjoy a relaxed, cosy break. A sofa bed in the sitting room provides additional accommodation for friends to stay. Outside the garden at the front of the house has an open view across fields to the Cheviot Hills beyond. The accommodation is all on one level: Kitchen with dining area incorporating fabulous, handmade, fully-equipped kitchen with 5 ring electric hob and double oven, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine and dishwasher. There is an adjoining lockable outhouse with freezer. Sitting room with exposed beams and wood burner (logs are provided), sofa and double sofa bed. A sideboard provides the option for extra guest storage. There is plenty of indoor entertainment provided including HD television with Freeview, DVD player, iDock and a selection of books and board games. Wi-Fi is also available here. Bedroom with 6' double bed or two 3' twin beds, dressing table and built-in wardrobe. Shower room with rainforest power shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC. Wi-Fi There is Wi-Fi throughout the cottage. Garden and grounds To the front of the property is a private graveled garden area with picnic table and charcoal kettle barbecue. This leads on to a lawn stretching round to the side of the property. The front aspect of the property looks out over fields and offers guests privacy. The rear of the house looks out onto the driveway (the access to the property) and further afield towards the farm itself. Please note that the windows of the living areas of The Smithy all face away from the farm. External storage There is an adjoining lockable outhouse with freezer. The outhouse also provides space for storage of bikes, etc. Parking There is private parking to the rear of the house. Facilities for babies A travel cot and high chair are available on request. Dogs Two dogs are welcome at The Smithy. We would ask that owners adhere to the guidelines in the pre-arrival information with regard to dogs. Catering Home-made ready meals can be prepared and delivered to your property during your stay. Prices and further details can be discussed and arranged in advance by contacting the owner - detailed on pre-arrival documentation when booking the property. Alternatively further details can be found in the cottage during your stay.
The cottage sits just 3.5 miles from Cornhill-on-Tweed which has an excellent village shop selling a super selection of fresh local produce, including picnic hampers and scrummy home baking. It is also home to the highly regarded Collingwood Arms which has a pub as well as a superb restaurant for lingering lunches or fine evening dining. Alternatively, pop your wellies on and take a fifteen minute stroll over the field and woodland margins to the popular Bluebell Inn for a relaxing drink after supper. A more extensive range of shops, pubs and cafes can be found in the quaint market town of Coldstream (5 miles) where the shopping is small and friendly with a good mix of independent outlets running the length of the High Street, including a family butchers, fruit and veg shop, bakery and small Co-op supermarket for holiday provisions. The Coldstream Gallery is a lovely spot to browse art, ceramics and jewellery by local designers; or pop into Calico Interiors for lifestyle gifts and accessories before coffee and cake at the charmingly named ‘Mad Hatter’ nearby. A number of larger supermarkets, including a Marks & Spencers food outlet can be found in the historic town of Berwick-upon-Tweed (13 miles), or picturesque Kelso (14 miles) which has an excellent selection of independent shops set around a Flemish style market square. The cottage is located in the heart of North Northumberland and is exceptionally well placed for exploring the wider area. Seven miles in one direction will take you to the edge of the Northumberland National Park, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty with over 400 square miles of stunning landscapes, criss-crossed by over 700 miles of walking, biking and riding trails which follow the routes of ancient cattle drovers, taking in Iron Age stone fortifications and traces of Bronze Age hillforts amidst the tranquil and rugged landscape. Hop into your walking boots and you can join Northumberland Park Rangers for a guided walk from Wooler where you will learn much about the heritage and wildlife of the area, or follow sections of St. Cuthbert’s Way and enjoy some outstanding vistas along the route as it winds its way to the dune-fringed sands on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. For cycling, you will find everything from gentle low-level meanders to big hill country treks, including long-distance routes such as the Pennine Cycleway or the cycle challenges of the Wooler Wheel Hub. For families, the Breamish Valley is a popular area with pretty river picnic spots where children can paddle, followed by a walk to the lovely waterfall at Linhope Spout where you may even spot some wild Cheviot goats along the way. Alternatively, a warm welcome awaits you at Ford & Etal Estates (3 miles) which has a super range of family friendly activities with over twenty attractions to explore. Take a ride on Bunty on the very charming 15” gauge steam railway, follow the mouse trail around the Heatherslaw Corn mill or there is fishing, canoeing, cycle hire and a riding centre all nearby. For art lovers, a must-visit is the pre-Raphaelite murals at the Lady Waterford Hall, or explore the ruins of Etal Castle or the local heritage sites of nearby Flodden or Duddo Standing Stones, Northumberland’s equivalent of Stonehenge. The stunning heritage coastline is just a short half-hour drive away with miles of pristine sandy beaches, jolly pubs serving the freshest fish and chips, and picture postcard coastal villages with charming galleries and gift shops. Experience the exhilarating thrill of kitesurfing at Bamburgh, coasteering at Beadnell or perhaps just the simple pleasures of a picnic and a game of beach cricket on sands which remain almost deserted even in the summer months. History buffs will be enchanted by the rich heritage of the area, where dramatic castles and grand stately homes punctuate the landscape here, including imposing Bamburgh perched on its rocky outcrop above Bamburgh Beach; Alnwick, star of the Harry Potter films; or Chillingham, said to be the most haunted castle in Britain and home to the only wild cattle in the world. Fishing is available on the River Till about a ten minute drive and is one of the area's best kept secrets with an impressive sea trout run each spring said to be the best in the country. Trout permits are available for as little as £5 per day and rods, reels and waders can be hired locally.
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Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland, Regne Unit

Centrally located across from the town’s churchyard, Apartment two, Spread Eagle House is a modern, cosy getaway that’s ideal for families, with accommodation for up to four people. This ground-floor apartment is based in a lovely spot with peaceful views out onto the churchyard, making for a fabulous base when exploring the gorgeous market town of Kelso and the surrounding area. Not many apartments have a 12th century Abbey as a close neighbour!
Kelso is a bustling market town with lots going on and great to explore on foot. With the magnificent 12th Century Abbey as a neighbour you can walk to many fabulous eating places and places of interest. EPC rating = D
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Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Whippet Lodge is a beautifully cosy yet deceptively large, traditional stone cottage in the ancient village of Swinton. Once belonging to the Swinton family, and built from local 'Swinton Pink' sandstone, the cottage is steps from spectacular countryside - perfect for walkers, photographers, artists and nature lovers. There is a dog friendly pub serving quality food just across road. Dog friendly with a large enclosed rear garden, we are well located for both the Borders and Northumberland.
Whippet Lodge owners, Musician and Songwriter Gary and Illustrator and Designer Helen, find the cottage the perfect place to relax, work and be inspired. The peace and quiet is priceless, and they'd like to share their bolt-hole with you when they aren't using it. Gary and Helen are happy to be able to let out the whole house to up to four guests, and if you'd like to bring your pet, the charge is £10 per animal per stay. The décor is colourful yet relaxing, and reflects the surrounding area and wildlife, as well as the couple's love for vintage and the unusual. Whippet Lodge has many thoughtful touches such as a slow cooker, so that explorers can have a hot meal waiting for them when they return from their adventures, a Tassimo coffee machine (and otherwise fully equipped kitchen), doggy towels, bowls and blankets, spare duvets for those chillier evenings, remote controlled heaters so guests can have their room toasty warm before getting out of bed and a lovely old deep enamel bath to soak in. Other amenities include a fully working open fire, with a starter supply of kindling and logs, a selection of herbal teas, as well as a start up of milk, tea and coffee, a selection of DVD's, games and jigsaws, WI-FI, and an Amazon Firestick so that guests can log into their favourite TV and Film apps on the big screen.
Swinton dates to the 11th century or earlier, and is associated with the Swinton family, who took their name from the settlement. In 1769, the village was re-designed and a market was created, now marked by the market cross. (Whippet Lodge was built some time between then and 1865, which is as far back as records allow at present). A parish church was built and still stands today. In the churchyard, the Swintons have their own burial enclosure. In 1843, the Free Church of Swinton was built, but in the 1900s the spire was removed and it became the local village hall. According to oral tradition, the name of the village is derived from the number of wild boars the land was once infested with. Swinton House, 1 mile (1.6 km) west of the village, dates in its current form to 1800, and was the residence of many of the Swinton family. It was built to replace an earlier house, which was destroyed by fire in the late 18th century. Both the house and the nearby 18th century dovecote are protected as category A listed buildings. There is a very pleasant pub, The Wheatsheaf, which serves good quality food and drink, just across the road from The Green. A small children's play area, picnic tables and football nets are also on The Green, just outside Whippet Lodge in fact. Almost like having your own private park, with the kids in view and calling distance.
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Swinton, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Please note: There is a second room equal size ensuite that can be booked joint or seperately. If the listing appears taken, still message as a room may be available. Can accommodate 4 in total. The Old Schoolhouse is in the quiet village Birgham 5m from the Border town Kelso 3m from Coldstream. There are two double ensuite bedrooms available and a living room for TV and relaxation. In the centre of the village there is a highly recommended pub/restaurant only a few minutes walk from house.
The Old Schoolhouse was built in 1851 has all original fittings which adds character to this stone built house.
The river Tweed famous for salmon fishing runs through the village. Lovely walks on the river bank. Local pub serves great food and has friendly faces.
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Nr Coldstream , Berwickshire, Regne Unit

Private room1 llit
Old School House B&B 1
Preu:€45/nit
27 avaluacions
Superhost
This charming one bedroom cottage is tucked away with its own private woodland garden. A beautiful traditional stone built cottage with slate roof. The cottage sits in the heart of the historic Hirsel Estate, close to the Hirsel Lake. Fascinating craftwork shops, a countryside museum and a tea room serving delicious lunches and home baking are all a stones throw from the cottage. Way marked walks are available throughout the Estate.
The cottage is beautifully decorated and furnished and has a large living/dining/kitchen with wood burning stove, one double bedroom with ensuite bathroom with shower and WC. A cosy and romantic retreat with a lovely private garden.
The Hirsel Estate is part of the Douglas & Angus Estates - the Douglas-Home Family Estate Company. The Family has a legacy of long-term stewardship going back nearly 1000 years and it is our aim that all of our guests should be able to share and enjoy the unassuming excellence that the Scottish Borders and Northumbria have to offer in genuine homely comfort.
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Coldstream, Escòcia, Regne Unit

A cosy cottage converted from a barn. It is a perfect place to relax. Cockle kitty is on an organic farm just 3 miles from Kelso. Enjoy river walks, bird watching, swing on the wonderful garden furniture. Log burner and biomass heating ....Oh! Such a cosy cottage! Explore our organic farm, enjoy free range eggs and fresh fruit from The Orchard. Play tennis and coaching is available.
Cockle Kitty Cottage is a perfect place to stay providing excellent facilities for cottage self catering in the Scottish Borders near Kelso! Spring,Summer, Autumn or Winter! It is situated in a quiet corner of the Scottish Borders on an organic farm. It has a comfortable sitting room/dining room , sofa and chairs beside the wood burner and a round rose wood table to enjoy meals sourced from the wonderful butchers and fish shop in Kelso. The hemmel arch window allows the morning sun to bathe the sitting room/dining room in light. Starry skies are a delight also. The kitchen is well equipped and has a door onto the patio where you can relax on the new recliners and light up the barbeque and enjoy a magical view. One field away is the Eden water perfect for relaxing by, paddling, fishing and birdwatching. Play tennis on the lovely all weather tennis court or book some coaching for beginners or experienced players.LTA qualified coaching. Kelso is only 3 miles away and is a lovely market town with lovely shops an Abbey and Floors Castle (that offers wonderful meals in the cafe terrace). I live on the organic farm and I am here to offer suggestions where to go and must do's in the area.
Peace and quiet. Views. River walks. Kelso,a beautiful market town is just 3 miles. It has an Abbey, Floors Castle, lovely shops and eating places.
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Kelso, Escòcia, Regne Unit

17 The Green is a charming studio cottage in the middle of the ancient village of Swinton in the Scottish Borders.
Swinton dates from the 11th century or earlier, and is associated with the Swinton family, who took their name from the settlement. In 1769, the village was re-designed around the village green (one of only two in the Scottish borders) where the property is located. A market was created, now marked by the market cross. The village's symbol is a boar, which can be found on the market cross, above the door of the kirk, and carved in to the pulpit.
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Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

GROUND FLOOR Kitchen with a slimline dishwasher, Rangemaster cooker with grill, oven and 4 ring ceramic hob, microwave, fridge with icebox, Tassimo Vivy2 coffee machine. Small dining space with seating for four. Washing machine and dryer in an outside utility room. Sitting room with double sofa, two armchairs and a wood burning stove. Small TV with Freeview, DVD player, Wii, CD/digital radio, Bluetooth docking station and a selection of DVDs, CDs, and books. Bedroom one with 5' king size bed, built-in wardrobes and dressing table. Sits to the rear of the cottage towards the garden. Bedroom two - small double room with 3' twin beds with zip and link system which can be converted to super king if required, side table, hanging space neatly hidden behind part of the panelled book lined wall. Front facing. Bathroom with bath and electric shower over, basin and WC. OUTSIDE To the rear of the property is a south facing garden. At the end of the garden is a patio area with table, chairs, barbecue and charming summerhouse with patio doors, table and chairs. Please note that the garden is not fully enclosed at the moment. There is an outside utility room to the rear of the cottage which has a washing machine and a separate dryer. PARKING There is parking on the street in front of the property. BABIES & CHILDREN A travel cot and highchair are available on request. DOGS Two dogs are welcome at The Cottage. There is a charge of £20 per pet. We ask that dogs are kept off the furniture and out of the bedrooms. GUEST AMENITIES Bed linen and towels are provided for guests. A hairdryer is also supplied. WI-FI & MOBILE COVERAGE Wi-Fi is available at The Cottage. Mobile coverage is good on most networks. HEATING The Cottage has oil central heating. Wood burning stove in the sitting room - with initial supply of logs.
Branxton itself is a quiet spot, perfect for a rural idyll with hardly any passing traffic. The newly-opened Blue Bell Inn which offers excellent food is about 1.5 miles outside of the village, and The Red Lion at Milfield just down the road is also well worth a visit. Nearby Cornhill-on-Tweed offers a superb village store and coffee shop in addition to the popular Collingwood Arms bar and restaurant. Just over the River Tweed in Scotland is the historic town of Coldstream which has a good selection of pubs, cafes and local shops, including a butcher, baker and grocer. The charming, ancient towns of Berwick-upon-Tweed and Kelso are also nearby. There are excellent walks leading from the cottage, including routes across Flodden field and the Cheviot Hills. Just a few minute's drive from the cottage, the beautiful Tweed river valley also offers a network of beautiful walks and dedicated cycle paths. Or take a short trip to the coast and enjoy an invigorating walk or exhilarating horse ride along the 25 miles of stunning sandy beaches.
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Branxton, Northumberland, Regne Unit

Casa sencera3 llits
The Cottage
Preu:€65/nit
2 avaluacions
Superhost
My home is in the lovely border town of Kelso. A few minutes walk to the cobbled square town centre. There are lots of restaurants cafe's and bars to choose from offering a great selection for lunches and evening meals . Floors castle Kelso Abbey Kelso racecourse and river tweed side walks all close at hand. An ideal spot to visit the historic border towns and close by Edinburgh and Newcastle only an hours drive.
My house is in the beautiful town of Kelso in the Scottish Borders. Its an old town house near to the centre of town on the right and the River Tweed on your left. You will be staying in a beautiful good sized bedroom room with a big private bathroom.
It's a beautiful wee border town. With a very friendly atmosphere- Population of around 10,000 I feel blessed to of lived here for over 45years.
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Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Private room1 llit
10 Abbotsford Grove
Preu:€45/nit
29 avaluacions
Superhost
Abbeyside enjoys a wonderful location in the beautiful market town of Kelso. The property which is all on the ground floor makes for a delightful retreat for couples or solo travellers looking to relax. The spacious property is in a central position and is surrounded by beautiful gardens and stunning views to the 12th Century Kelso Abbey.
Abbeyside comprises a large open plan living space with two sets of patio doors leading out into the beautifully maintained gardens, an ideal spot for some al fresco dining or a place to have breakfast and listen to bird song whilst planning your day. The bedroom with shower room off, has a king sized bed ideal for long lie ins or just a place to admire the views to the garden and Abbey beyond. There is parking available outside or alternatively you are right next door to the large free Knowes Car Park – why not wander across to the Hoot and Cat Café and sample some delicious home baking and fresh coffee or take a stroll up to the famous Flemish style square for a spot of lunch in award winning restaurants. Whatever you decide to do Abbeyside is the ideal base to explore the beautiful Scottish Borders. The property adjoins the owners house and is separated by a locked connecting door in the hallway. When in residence the owners will be happy to help you with any aspect of your stay and will delight in sharing their love of this wonderful area with you. Accessed via its own private entrance then entering a spacious hallway which leads to the generous, all on ground floor accommodation. There is a small utility area with washing machine at the front porch. To the right is the bedroom with delightful views to the Abbey and a TV for relaxing. There is a large shower room off this room with a low profile shower tray, WC and sink. A heated towel rail warms the fluffy white towels that are provided for you. Next door is the spacious open plan living area with two sets of patio doors leading out to the delightful gardens. Garden seating areas are provided as are amazing views to the Abbey! Here you will also find a kitchen and dining area. The kitchen is fully equipped with dishwasher, microwave, hob and oven and the spacious dining table seats 4 with patio doors leading directly to the garden. Please note: There is an unfenced pond in the garden. What to expect from your stay Upon arrival at Abbeyside, you’ll be greeted with a welcome basket with locally-sourced produce to ensure you feel at home right away. We want to ensure you have the best possible time, so if you need anything else to make your visit complete, just ask. Enjoy!
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Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Bloc sencer1 llit
Abbeyside Kelso - ground floor annex
Preu:€65/nit
1 avaluació
Superhost
Beautiful bungalow in quiet and peaceful location near Kelso in the heart of the Scottish Borders. Goldilands offers ground level accommodation with en suite facilities to all 3 bedrooms. There is a comfortable lounge and dining area. Ample parking is right outside the door.
Ideally situated 3 miles from Kelso; perfect location to explore the whole of the Scottish Borders and Northumberland. Castles, country estates, historic houses & gardens, golf, racing and fishing are all on the doorstep and don't miss the stunning NE coastline, St Abbs Head, The Farne and Holy Islands.
There are many lovely walks from the door. Including two footpaths to Kelso.
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Private room


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Bed and breakfast


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2


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1

Kelso, 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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Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

The Yard Hideaway has a lot of natural light throughout the day and is a light, contemporary and modern space over two floors. It is a separate building attached to our own residence and has an adjoining soundproofed door which always remains locked.
Parking is on the main street and access to the property is located through large gates on Black Bull street inbetween the Black Bull Hotel and Reivers Fish Bar. The keys for the property are in a key lock box and the access code will be given upon booking.
Duns has various coffee shops, a garden centre with cafe, baguette bar, butchers and bakers. It also has a few unique gift shops and charity shops too. There is also a pharmacy, opticians and local doctors surgery. The closest supermarket is the Co-Op located 3min walk from the property. Duns has many parks and vast areas that can be explored on walks or bike rides. Duns is home to The Jim Clark Museum which has been new refurbished this year and holds memorabilia celebrating the career and life of Jim Clark the F1 Racing Championship Driver.
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Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Apartament sencer2 llits
The Yard Hideaway
Preu:€45/nit
30 avaluacions
Superhost
The picturesque village of Town Yetholm is known as The Gateway to The Cheviots and is an ideal base to explore the Borders. Overlooked by the Cheviots, Rubislaw's double rooms have a comfy chair, coffee and tea making facilities, hair dryer, flat screen TV, and wifi. The house is surrounded by gardens, and our comfortable, non-smoking home is shared with our two friendly dogs!
The cosy Garden Room has a comfortable double bed and looks out onto the patio garden and ajoining allotments. Garden room guests have use of our large family shower room. Continental breakfast is included, served in our bright family kitchen-dining room. Vegan, Dairy Free, and Gluten Free options are available (for special dietary requirements, please contact us in advance). An additional folding single bed or a baby travel cot are available on request in advance (NB will limit circulation space in your room. Toddler parents please note there is no safety gate on the stairs.) For the information of guests with ambulatory difficulties - Rubislaw has two steps on entry, and the Garden Room is on the ground floor. The shared family bathroom has a large walk-in shower. The utility room has shoe and airing racks for drying wet footwear and clothing. An iron and ironing board are available on request, and guests may have the use of washing and drying machines by arrangement. Guests have access to the garden seating areas - at the front with views to the Cheviots' Staerough Hill, and the rear garden smoking area. Bicycle covers are available on request, and car parking is off road in our private lane. We are dog friendly, up to 2 well behaved dogs are welcome in the Garden View room - please notify us in advance. You will find dog towels in the utility room, which is the ideal place for drying wet dogs!
Situated just a mile or so from the northern end of the Pennine Way, we are an ideal base for walkers, cyclists and drivers to explore the Cheviots, St Cuthberts Way, Four Abbeys Cycle Route and the beautiful Borders countryside. The village post-office/shop selling snacks and sandwiches, and local pub serving bar meals, are 2 minutes walk. A second pub which also serves meals, is a 10 minute walk.
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Private room


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Bungalou


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2


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Town Yetholm, Escòcia, Regne Unit

Sitting in the beautiful rolling farmland of the Till Valley on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, No. 9 is an ideal place to escape busy schedules and enjoy a tranquil break in a glorious setting. Light, bright and perfectly positioned, the cottage has been immaculately renovated throughout and is an idyllic spot for families or friends to rest, relax or take a leisurely break walking, cycling or exploring the great outdoors. The pretty interior is tastefully presented using a restful mix of heritage colours and neutral furnishings in a contemporary cottage style. The charming sitting room enjoys lots of natural light and features a toasty log burner for evenings in or chilly days, while two double sofas provide a snug area to unwind with a good book. There is a dining area for four guests and the kitchen comes well-equipped for holiday living. The cottage has two comfortable double bedrooms accented by pretty cushions and throws - one with zip and link beds which can be configured as a superking or twin as desired. The cottage sits at the end of a row of fine sandstone cottages tucked away on the peaceful surroundings of Crookham Eastfield Farm, with a pretty lawned garden to the front of the property which is ideal for sunny al-fresco dining in the warmer months. Accommodation The accommodation sits on one level and therefore may be suitable for guests with restricted mobility. Inner hall leading to a cosy sitting room with two sofas set around a wood burning stove (logs supplied). Flatscreen TV with integrated DVD player and a small selection of DVDs and games. There is a dining area with table and chairs for six guests. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric cooker and hob, fridge, small dishwasher and microwave. There is a washing machine in a separate utility room along with an iron and ironing board. A freezer for guests’ use is located in the outbuilding directly opposite the property. Bedroom one - with king size bed, chest of drawers, in-built wardrobe and storage, and a charming window seat overlooking the garden. Bedroom two - with zip and link beds which can be configured as a superking double or twin beds as required. Two bedside tables, small dressing table and large in-built wardrobe. Bathroom with large shower (no bath), basin, wc, heated towel rail. Guest Amenities Bed linen and towels included. Hairdryers in both bedrooms. Hand washes and soaps provided. Heating Gas central heating throughout. Wood burner in the sitting room - unlimited supply of logs provided. Wi-Fi & Mobile Network Wi-Fi is available. The mobile signal can be occasionally intermittent but is generally good. Babies and Children A travel cot and high chair are available on request. Please note that a working farm sits nearby and the road running to the side of the cottage is regularly used by farm traffic. Small children and dogs should be supervised in this area. Garden and grounds There is a private lawned garden to the front of the property which is enclosed for the safety of children and dogs. Garden furniture is provided. This is accessed via a gravel path running down the side of the cottage and through a side gate. There is a right of access to the cottage next door from the garden, however this is very rarely used and should not impact on guest privacy. Please note that a working farm sits nearby and this access road is in use by farm vehicles. Children and dogs should be supervised in this area. The rear of the property looks onto a log store and outbuildings which can be used for the storage of bikes and outdoor kit. A tumble dryer is provided in the outbuilding. The cottage sits at the end of a row of cottages but is not overlooked. Dogs Two well-behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept to the uncarpeted areas of the property and are not permitted on the soft furnishings. Parking The property has two designated parking areas - one to the rear of the property and one designated space which sits directly opposite the front garden on the left side of the access road to the cottage. Catering Home-made ready meals can be prepared and delivered to your property during your stay. Prices and further details can be discussed and arranged in advance by contacting the owner - detailed on pre-arrival documentation when booking the property. Alternatively further details can be found in the cottage during your stay. No Smoking Smoking is not permitted in the property.
The cottage sits just 3.5 miles from Cornhill-on-Tweed which has an excellent village shop selling a super selection of fresh local produce, including picnic hampers and scrummy home baking. It is also home to the highly regarded Collingwood Arms which has a pub as well as a superb restaurant for lingering lunches or fine evening dining. Alternatively, pop your wellies on and take a fifteen minute stroll over the field and woodland margins to the popular Bluebell Inn for a relaxing drink after supper. A more extensive range of shops, pubs and cafes can be found in the quaint market town of Coldstream (5 miles) where the shopping is small and friendly with a good mix of independent outlets running the length of the High Street, including a family butchers, fruit and veg shop, bakery and small Co-op supermarket for holiday provisions. The Coldstream Gallery is a lovely spot to browse art, ceramics and jewellery by local designers; or pop into Calico Interiors for lifestyle gifts and accessories before coffee and cake at the charmingly named ‘Mad Hatter’ nearby. A number of larger supermarkets, including a Marks & Spencers food outlet can be found in the historic town of Berwick-upon-Tweed (13 miles), or picturesque Kelso (14 miles) which has an excellent selection of independent shops set around a Flemish style market square. The cottage is located in the heart of North Northumberland and is exceptionally well placed for exploring the wider area. Seven miles in one direction will take you to the edge of the Northumberland National Park, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty with over 400 square miles of stunning landscapes, criss-crossed by over 700 miles of walking, biking and riding trails which follow the routes of ancient cattle drovers, taking in Iron Age stone fortifications and traces of Bronze Age hillforts amidst the tranquil and rugged landscape. Hop into your walking boots and you can join Northumberland Park Rangers for a guided walk from Wooler where you will learn much about the heritage and wildlife of the area, or follow sections of St. Cuthbert’s Way and enjoy some outstanding vistas along the route as it winds its way to the dune-fringed sands on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. For cycling, you will find everything from gentle low-level meanders to big hill country treks, including long-distance routes such as the Pennine Cycleway or the cycle challenges of the Wooler Wheel Hub. For families, the Breamish Valley is a popular area with pretty river picnic spots where children can paddle, followed by a walk to the lovely waterfall at Linhope Spout where you may even spot some wild Cheviot goats along the way. Alternatively, a warm welcome awaits you at Ford & Etal Estates (3 miles) which has a super range of family friendly activities with over twenty attractions to explore. Take a ride on Bunty on the very charming 15” gauge steam railway, follow the mouse trail around the Heatherslaw Corn mill or there is fishing, canoeing, cycle hire and a riding centre all nearby. For art lovers, a must-visit is the pre-Raphaelite murals at the Lady Waterford Hall, or explore the ruins of Etal Castle or the local heritage sites of nearby Flodden or Duddo Standing Stones, Northumberland’s equivalent of Stonehenge. The stunning heritage coastline is just a short half-hour drive away with miles of pristine sandy beaches, jolly pubs serving the freshest fish and chips, and picture postcard coastal villages with charming galleries and gift shops. Experience the exhilarating thrill of kitesurfing at Bamburgh, coasteering at Beadnell or perhaps just the simple pleasures of a picnic and a game of beach cricket on sands which remain almost deserted even in the summer months. History buffs will be enchanted by the rich heritage of the area, where dramatic castles and grand stately homes punctuate the landscape here, including imposing Bamburgh perched on its rocky outcrop above Bamburgh Beach; Alnwick, star of the Harry Potter films; or Chillingham, said to be the most haunted castle in Britain and home to the only wild cattle in the world. Fishing is available on the River Till about a ten minute drive and is one of the area's best kept secrets with an impressive sea trout run each spring said to be the best in the country. Trout permits are available for as little as £5 per day and rods, reels and waders can be hired locally.
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland, Regne Unit

Casa sencera3 llits
No. 9 Cottage
Preu:€69/nit
6 avaluacions
Superhost
The Pavilion Lodge is a unique stone lodge set in 1200 acres of tranquil parkland on the historic Duns Castle estate. This 2 storey, one-bedroom Gatehouse sits at the base of the high stone archway over the drive and has a cosy interior with an open fire and semi-circular rooms. It is close to the lake and just 1/4 mile from the town. Ideal for couples, bird-watchers, family holidays, walkers, fishermen and golfers. Access to walks in the extensive grounds which include woodland, hill vistas, a nature reserve, a splendid lake and a tennis court. Dinner available Duns Castle by prior booking £40pp (under 14s £20) Special outdoor activities including, croquet, tennis, falconry, fishing, archery, clay pigeon shooting and off-road driving can be arranged at cost by prior request. The village of Duns, offering a good selection amenities (supermarket, shops, restaurants, library, public swimming pool, etc), is only 5 minutes walk away.
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Duns, Scottish Borders, Regne Unit

For those with a sense of adventure and a passion for the great outdoors who love the idea of camping but when faced with the reality of a night under canvas crave their home comforts; a tweedy armchair in front of a roaring fire, lashings of hot water and a comfortable bed, The Bothy at Reedsford is the ideal compromise. A far cry from city life, the cottage lies in a sheltered, sunny spot in the remote and extremely picturesque Bowmont Valley, deep in the foothills of the Cheviot Hills. With stunning views from every aspect, The Bothy is an idyllic rural retreat offering unsophisticated elegance combined with the comfortable feel of a real home and although off the beaten track, visitors are in fact only a short drive from local shops, pubs and other amenities. The flexible accommodation at The Bothy makes it ideal for a couple or families. For couples, the larger second bedroom at the very end of the cottage can be shut off and a couple can be perfectly self-contained and cosy in the main part of the house. The large second bedroom is ideal as a ‘dorm' for children and during the summer months, two families holidaying together are welcome to set up camp for older children in the garden (see below for details). During the winter months, the large second bedroom at the far end of the cottage provides plenty of space for children to play without disturbing adult-time and a television and DVD player are provided. The garden is fenced so children can play safely and dogs can't wander off and the immediate area offers endless opportunities for families to explore whether on two legs, four legs or two wheels! A neighbouring barn provides a fabulous indoor games / picnic room for wet days complete with a wood burning stove, table football, pool and a full size table tennis table. The accommodation at The Bothy is all one level and sleeps a maximum of six guests in two bedrooms. Over the summer months two families can share the accommodation with children camping in the garden at additional cost. Please contact us for further details. Please note the central heating is via a log burner which is lit prior to arrival during the winter months. Please see below for full details. The system is surprisingly easy to use but please contact us if you have any concerns. Open plan kitchen, dining area and seating area Fabulous, handmade, fully-equipped kitchen with range oven with 5 ring gas hob, fridge and dishwasher. Large cupboard for food storage and plenty of additional storage. (Please note that a washing machine, tumble dryer and deep freeze are also provided elsewhere within the property). The convivial dining area has bench-style seating for many guests. Charming, cosy seating area with a log burner (logs are provided) sofa and two arm chairs. There is plenty of indoor entertainment provided including HD television with Freeview, DVD player, iDock and a selection of board games. Patio doors lead from the seating area to a decked patio with outstanding views across farmland to the hills beyond. Accessed directly from the main door is a hallway with ample space to hang coats and store boots beneath a bench seat. Bedroom one with 5' double bed and large, fitted wardrobe. Family bathroom with bath with handheld shower, whb and WC. Bedroom two with 6' double bed or two 3' twin beds. Television with Freeview and DVD player. Large cupboard for clothes and shoes, and chest of drawers. An additional 3' single bed with truckle bed (sleeping 2 children) are available for a charge of £50.00. Please ensure you state at time of booking if you require the additional beds or it will not be made up for your stay. En suite shower room with walk-in shower, whb and WC. Leading from bedroom two is a small entrance hall with additional storage space for outdoor clothing which is accessed directly from the outside thereby giving guests in this bedroom their own private access if required. Garden and grounds To the rear of the property is a decked patio area which leads to a gravelled seating area with a picnic table and children's swing. Beyond is a fenced lawned area with a paddock beyond with a rope swing. The patio area and garden are south facing and offer superb views over open fields to the hills. The rear garden is fully enclosed for the safety of dogs and children. A charcoal kettle barbecue is available for guest use. External storage Adjacent to the cottage is an outhouse with a sink, deep freeze and tumble dryer. It is lockable and ideal for storing bikes, tack and outdoor equipment. Paddock Beyond the garden is a paddock available to any guests wishing to bring horses with them. With sufficient notice, stabling can also be arranged in the barn adjacent to the paddock. Parking There is private parking for several cars to the side of the house. Games / picnic room A neighbouring barn provides an indoor games room / picnic area with picnic tables, wood burning stove, full size table tennis table, a pool table and table football. Facilities for babies A travel cot and high chair are available on request. Dogs Two dogs are welcome at The Bothy. We would ask that owners adhere to the guidelines in the pre-arrival information with regard to dogs. IMPORTANT - Heating and hot water Central heating at The Bothy is provided by a log burning stove. During the winter months the stove will be lit in advance so that the cottage is warm on arrival. The system is very efficient providing that logs are added a couple of times a day; each morning the fire needs to be flared up so that it is burning sufficiently for the pump to operate allowing hot water to circulate around the radiators. In the evening, the logs need replenishing before guests go to bed and with the vents closed there is sufficient residual heat to keep the fire alight through the night. If required, additional heating is provided by two oil-filled radiators. An immersion heater provides additional hot water if required. The system is surprisingly easy to use but it is important that guests contact prior to booking if they have any concerns. Wi-Fi and mobile telephone reception Wi-Fi is provided in the open plan kitchen, dining and seating area, however the signal can be intermittent and it is important to note that due to the thickness of the walls the signal may not reach other rooms of the property. Please note that there is no mobile telephone reception at The Bothy. There is however a landline at the property for guest use. Excess use will be charged back to guests. Catering Home-made ready meals can be prepared and delivered to your property during your stay. Prices and further details can be discussed and arranged in advance by contacting the owner - detailed on pre-arrival documentation when booking the property. Alternatively further details can be found in the cottage during your stay.
Superb walks from the doorstep range from leisurely rambles along the Bowmont Water and surrounding farmland to more challenging hill and moorland treks in the Cheviot Hills. With more than 600 miles of footpaths and bridleways to choose from in the National Park alone, walkers are spoilt for choice. Cyclists are equally well provided for with miles of marked routes and quiet country lanes to explore offering everything from meandering river valley saunters to wild open moorland blasts. Popular routes include the Pennine Cycleway and the Reivers Cycle Route, both of which run through the National Park. There can be no better way of enjoying Northumberland's beautiful scenery than from the back of a horse. The stables at Kimmerston just down the road offer riding in the Cheviot Hills as well as rides on the spectacular sandy beaches on nearby Holy Island. The paddock behind the cottage is available to guests wishing to bring their own horses and stabling can usually be arranged with sufficient notice. History enthusiasts of all ages will be enthralled by the area's rich and often bloody history that has left its imprint on the region, giving rise to a myriad of impressive castles to explore. Including imposing Bamburgh perched on its rocky outcrop above Bamburgh Beach, Alnwick, star of the Harry Potter films and Chillingham, said to be the most haunted castle in Britain and home to the only wild cattle in the world. Some of the cleanest and emptiest beaches in England can be found on Northumberland's spectacular Heritage Coastline; 25 miles of rocky coves and golden sands that remain almost deserted even during the summer months. The beach at nearby Bamburgh is well worth a visit at any time of the year whether for walking, kite-surfing, or sandcastle building. From nearby Seahouses, take a tour to the Farne Islands, to see the resident colonies of Grey Seals and an impressive array of birdlife including Puffins. One of our favourite attractions, popular with old and young alike, is the delightful miniature steam railway which runs from Heatherslaw to Etal. On arrival in Etal, the visitor is well advised to leave the train and spend an hour or two in the village, exploring the ruins of Etal Castle and its museum, visiting the Black Bull Pub, village shop, Tea Room, the Church, the pine furniture makers' showroom, or simply enjoying a walk or picnic beside the river, before catching a later train back to Heatherslaw. Here, on the other side of the bridge from the train station, the working water driven corn mill, café, and visitors centre are also all well worth a visit. Fishing is available on the Bowmont Water which runs within easy walking distance of The Bothy. The River Till is only a ten minute drive and is one of the area's best kept secrets with an impressive sea trout run each spring said to be the best in the country. Trout permits are available for as little as £5 per day and rods, reels and waders can be hired locally. For excellent local amenities, The Bothy is 9 miles from the charming ancient market town of Wooler which has a variety of local, independent shops including a butcher and grocer selling a good range of local produce, cafes, pubs and restaurants. The ancient towns of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Kelso and Duns are also nearby and Edinburgh is an easy day trip either approximately 1.5 hours by car or 45 minutes on the train from Berwick.
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

6


Dormitoris

2

Wooler, Northumberland, Regne Unit

Casa sencera5 llits
The Bothy at Reedsford
Preu:€87/nit
17 avaluacions
Superhost
This comfortable and peaceful one-bedroom annexe is the perfect retreat for a couple. Situated in the pretty conservation village of Gavinton, a few miles outside Duns, the property sits on a 50-acre organic farm. Our annexe is spacious and relaxing, the ideal romantic rural escape. Edinburgh is just 50 mins away and there much to see in the Borders.
With the rapidly developing Coronavirus crisis and an increasing number of people self-isolating, our property could be the perfect escape for those wishing to avoid contact with others potentially infected or self-isolating. Our normal daily life here on the farm is virtually one of self-isolation and days go by when we do not come into contact with anyone, yet still being on the edge of and part of a small village of 300 inhabitants. We have 50 acres of farmland that you can walk around and look at the animals and hear the wildlife, without seeing another soul. Isolated beauty spots, hill walking, quiet beaches and river walks and lots of cycling can also be found around and about our property, again without having to come into close contact with another human. The annexe cottage is self-contained with private parking and its own separate entrance and therefore is ideal for escaping social contact without feeling too isolated from life and human habitation. The annexe cottage is deep cleaned thoroughly after every visit using alcohol and hydrogen peroxide products. This includes cleaning of all door handles and hard surfaces in addition to all kitchen equipment being re-washed after every guest visit. In nearby Duns (less than five minutes by car) there is a superb fresh fish and delicatessen shop, award winning butcher, small Co-op supermarket, pharmacy, newsagents and wine store/ice cream parlour. All of which have continued to be well stocked in spite of the reported panic buying elsewhere. We would also be more than happy to assist with any shopping you may require during your stay if you require it. Our farmhouse annexe has been newly renovated to a high standard. With underfloor heating throughout, Egyptian Cotton bedding and Hungarian goose down pillows, in a tranquil rural environment, we are sure you will sleep well and enjoy your retreat here. We provide guests with complimentary organic free-range eggs, cake, tea/coffee, and milk on arrival. We have bookshelves filled with a selection of books and a number of board games to play. Our living room has an Aromatherapy Humidifier with lavender oil that guests can use throughout their stay. The farmhouse annexe offers a new kitchen with combi oven/grill/microwave, dishwasher, super speed Wifi, and outdoor seating area. Guests can enjoy the beautiful sunrises from the kitchen window (as shown in the photos). The living area has a Smart TV and a cosy wood burning stove with unlimited supply of wood. The bathroom has a powerful shower and bath and we provide soft, white, fluffy towels and lavender and geranium 'Faith in Nature' Shampoo, Conditioner and Body Wash. We provide maps, local tourist information and a walking route map of our farm. Guests have private off road parking right outside the annexe.
Alexa runs yoga classes at the yoga studio beside the annexe cottage on Mondays 9.45-11am, 6-7pm and Thursdays 6-7pm (£8 per class) which you are welcome to attend if there is space available. Private yoga lessons also available upon request. Gavinton has a number of beautiful walks and cycle routes nearby and is within walking distance (30 mins) of Duns, which is a lovely walk through the hills. The nearby River Tweed has excellent fishing and there are many horse riding stables nearby. In Duns there are a number of boutique coffee shops, pubs, takeaways, community cinema and restaurants. There is a lovely swimming pool with a sauna and fitness classes. In Duns there is plenty to do including a walk around and visit to the 14th Century Duns Castle, the Jim Clark Museum and the nearby Manderston and Paxton House. You can also visit the seaside town of Berwick-upon-Tweed which is a 25 min drive and has a train line to Edinburgh, Dunbar and Newcastle. Or simply relax and enjoy the slower pace of life.
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Suite amb entrada independent


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Scottish Borders, Escòcia, Regne Unit

My place is close to Kelso and the River Tweed. It's a spacious and modern property with great facilities with en suite and luxury bathroom. The accommodation is good for couples, solo adventurers and business travellers.
The property was constructed 13 years ago to modern standards and details which are still constructed today. It has been run as a bed and breakfast business, every bedroom with an ensuite and the usual facilities, fully-equipped self-contained accommodation for visitors. The accommodation is on a self-catering basis.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

1


Dormitoris

1

Kelso, Regne Unit

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