- Hot tub
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Highchair available
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
7 Customer Reviews
"Absolutely wonderful cottage."
"An amazing cottage well laid out and kitchen aga is awesome."
Only slight blemish was not enough wod for hot tub apart from that very good indeed would definitely recommend and come again.
"Really lovely property with everything you need for cooking inside."
Lovely and warm and nice cosy sofas.
"We had a lovely stay!"
The hamper and bits in the fridge were a lovely touch. Would certainly recommend to others.
"Had a great week's stay at trefoil cottage, has everything you need , peaceful location good for attractions in the area ."
Hot tub was lovely and the hamper was a lovely touch . Would definitely stay there again .
"Lovely property in a nice quiet location."
Very nicely presented and all the appliances and utensils you need. The wood fired hot tub is a nice bonus.
"The WiFi was a bit hit and miss which wouldn't normally have been a problem but our daughter had an online meeting that she was unable to join."
Yes we did switch of and on multiple times. The cottage has a lovely cosy atmosphere with everything you would need and the welcome hamper just made us all smile. Hope to return sometime soon. Thank you.
Sorry to hear the WiFi let you down. Thank you for the feedback. As a result we have added a mobile broadband router to the cottage, so hopefully future guests can stay connected. Hope to see you again soon. Property Owner
- Two double bedrooms
- Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
- Living/dining room with electric fire
- Oil central heating
- Electric AGA with electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, kettle, toaster
- Smart TV, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off-road parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed front garden with gravelled area, furniture and wood-fired hot tub
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 6.5 miles, pub 6.3 miles
- Note: Occasional farm traffic
West Linton 6.4 miles.
A beautiful traditional stone-built cottage resting in Blyth Bridge near West Linton, Trefoil Cottage is a charming abode ideal for a family, two couples or a group of friends looking for a tranquil getaway to the beautiful scenery of the Scottish Borders.
Park off-road and be charmed by this delightful property, stone-built and with a sage door and backdrop of mature shrubs and farm buildings.
Unpack with ease into a homely living/dining space where guests can recline in the selection of furniture with a coffee and plan the day ahead of them, or enjoy a hearty meal cooked up in the kitchen, where there is a great range of home-from-home amenities.
Follow a hallway decorated with eye-catching purple tartan wallpaper and find a stylish shower room with colourful wallpaper and a walk-in shower for your refreshment.
The property houses two lovely double bedrooms, each with homely décor and storage for all of your belongings.
Here there is also a snug, a lovely tranquil spot to catch up on a good book.
In the warmer months, head outside the graveled area and dine alfresco, enjoying a glass of fizz in the countryside air, or take a dip in the hot tub.
Blyth Bridge is a small rural hamlet with beautiful countryside views of the Scottish Borders.
For a selection of eateries and a convenience store, head over to West Linton, where guests can stock up on essentials or dine at the Gordon Arms, The Pyet or Olde Toll Tea House, and here there is also a local golf course where you can try out a game or two, and access to countryside walks including Covenaters Grave and Little Sparta.
For riverside walks, shops and pubs, in addition to the historic Neidpath Castle and Tunnel, head to Peebles, or spend the day in Glentress, known for being a mecca for mountain biking enthusiasts, it offers Glentress 7 Stanes where you can also experience the Cycling World Championship if your stay aligns.
There is also Don Coyote Outdoor Centre and walks through Leadburn Community Woodland.
Head over to Edinburgh for a day spent in the city, where you will find a fantastic range of tasty eateries, bars, cafes, and independent shops, as well as the incredible Edinburgh Castle, museum, park walks and coastal walks at Granton Harbour and Newhaven Lighthouse.
Edinburgh also sports a fantastic zoo, Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh and its annual Edinburgh International Festival, a celebration of music, theatre, opera and dance.
All of this and so much more with a stay at the picturesque Trefoil Cottage.
EPC Rating: Band F
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250.
About the location
West Linton is a lovely, rural village settled between the historic cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, enjoying the stunning scenery of the Scottish Borders. The village offers a selection of eateries, as well as a convenience store, including The Pyet or Olde Toll Tea House, and there is also a local golf course where guests can try out a game or two. The village is nestled into lovely scenery, so visiting some of the local walks is a must, including Covenaters Grave, Little Sparta and Leadburn Community Gardens. Further from the village you will find Peebles, where there are riverside walks, shops, pubs and the historic Neidpath Castle and Tunnel. For a day spent in the city, head over to the incredible Edinburgh, where there is a fantastic selection of tasty eateries, pubs, bars, convenience stores and independent shops to browse at your leisure. Walk beside the sea at Granton Harbour and Newhaven Lighthouse, enjoying the sunshine at Portobello Beach, or learn more about local history and heritage at one of the museums available. Edinburgh also has a botanic gardens and zoo, both lovely afternoons out for everyone. All of this and so much more with a stay at West Linton.
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