Duns 3 miles.
This fabulous detached cottage is in the grounds of the owners' home near Duns in the beautiful Scottish Borders.
This lovely cottage provides spacious, quality accommodation and is perfect for families or friends looking for that special break in a lovely part of Scotland.
You enter via the former stable which has been converted into a boot/bike room.
The ground floor of this stunning cottage is L-shaped and open plan with the kitchen leading into a superb dining area and through to the sitting area which is centred around a woodburning stove.
A second sitting room is visible through the kitchen hatch making it an ideal place for children to play or to escape with a book and a cup of coffee.
Upstairs are three spacious bedrooms, each of which can be set up as either a twin or a king-size double.
This delightful cottage shares 27 acres of grounds with the owner’s property and is the ideal spot to walk and enjoy the country atmosphere, plus you're welcome to ask the owner to pick home-grown vegetables for you when in season.
Explore the historic Duns Castle or visit the Jim Clark Room commemorating the former Formula 1 racing driver.
With Duns three miles away and the spectacular Berwickshire coast just twelve miles to the east for superb coastal walks, this cottage is ideal for outdoor pursuits.
There are lots of walking and cycling paths in the area, and with stabling available, excellent riding too.
The border county of Northumberland is less than a half hour’s drive, with the historic city of Edinburgh just over forty miles away, easily accessible by train or car.
This fabulous cottage has something for everyone, whatever the time of year.
Three king-size double bedrooms (zip/link, can be twin on request). Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Sitting room/snug. Boot room.
About the location
Berwick-upon-Tweed 15 miles.
The small border town of Duns is set in a wide valley known as The Merse and was once the capital of the Scottish Borders, when the current capital, Berwick-upon-Tweed, was under English rule. The town offers a good range of shops, including an award-winning butchers and quality delicatessen, pubs and restaurants, whilst the Jim Clark Museum is open to the public in honour of the famous racing driver who lived in the area. Duns Castle sits within a nature reserve with well-marked woodland lakeside walks through the castle estate. There are many castles and historic houses scattered throughout the surrounding area, including Manderston House (home of Lord Palmer), Floors Castle and Gardens, the largest inhabited house in Scotland, Norham Castle situated on the River Tweed, Mellerstain House and Paxton House and Country Park. A short drive to the east coast offers the opportunity to explore the dog friendly beaches at Coldingham or for the more adventurous why not learn to surf at the local surf school. Widely acclaimed golfing is available at Duns and nearby Dunbar whilst fishing for trout and salmon on the Tweed and Whiteadder River is also available with permits available locally. The nearby walled town of Berwick-upon-Tweed is well worth a visit with weekly markets, town trails and a cinema. A short hop to Eyemouth to feed the resident harbour seals, enjoy award-winning fish and chips or take a boat trip for some coastal exploration. The sights and excitement of Edinburgh are just 45 miles away and numerous other destinations are within a short driving distance of this fantastic location providing a great base at any time of the year for exploring the beautiful Scottish Border region and the picturesque, exhilarating North Northumberland regions.