- Off road parking
- Broadband / WiFi
2 Customer Reviews
"Very nice, clean and comfortable flat."
Great communication from the owner and really felt like a home from home. Hope to be back soon.
"What a lovely little find in a great location!"
The hosts of this flat had thought of every comfort, from fleecy throws for chilly toes to plentiful mugs and a lovely welcome pack. The village is ideally located to explore the area in all directions, the port down the hill is so beautiful. I’ve never lived in a flat so hearing others took a bit of getting used to but nothing of note. A few tweaks (dustpan and brush to clean the floor especially after a swim and Sandy toes/clothes, maybe softer bulbs in the lamps) but these are very minor on what is well thought out accommodation with home comforts galore. And the shower…. Hot and powerful to thaw frozen fingers (I do a lot of sea swimming!!) this was a last minute find after our pre booked cottage was cancelled on the day of travel and I have to say I was utterly delighted with our stay. And the neighbours are so so friendly too. The pub round the corner served the best gluten free fish and chips I have had for years. All in all a marvellous stay: and a big thank you to the hosts (I won’t mention the free potato picking post harvest on our walk, my back is still in recovery lol)
Thank you for your comments and so glad I was able to help and that you enjoyed your break. I am just sorry I didn't respond as quickly as I should have. I do hope you are able to stay again in the future. Sharon x Property Owner
- First-floor apartment
- Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin
- Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
- Living/dining room
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven, gas hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher
- Smart TV, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off-road parking for 1 car
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 2.1 miles, pub 0.1 miles
- Note: There is no garden
- Note: The property is accessed via a set of stairs which may not be suitable for guests with lower mobility
Eyemouth 2 miles away; Ayton 2 miles; Berwick-upon-Tweed 5.8 miles away.
Burnmouth the beginning of Scotland.
Burnmouth is a small fishing village on the Berwickshire coast in the Ayton parish.
Known for its harbour where lobster boats moor.
It has a pebble beach in a super cove at the bottom of the hill with quaint fisherman cottages which are right on the walkway next to beach and sea.
Burnmouth is the FIRST and LAST fishing village of Scotland which the local pub/restaurant takes its name from.
EYEMOUTH Over in the historic county of Berwickshire part of the Scottish Borders region, is the fishing village of Eyemouth, not far from the larger town of Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Home to local shops, several pub’s restaurants and cafes, a swimming pool, a golf course, a fishing port with harbour, and small supermarket.
This fishing village can offer everything you need for the essentials during your stay.
Why not feed the seals in the harbour the locals do. AYTON Ayton Castle dominates the town, and is built around a peel tower, it was built in the 1850s in the Scottish Baronial style in red sandstone, and is well worth visiting and walking around the lovely grounds.
Around 7 miles away is the coastal town of Berwick upon tweed. BERWICK UPON TWEED Berwick-upon-Tweed the mouth of the River Tweed known for Salmon fishing and its fortress walls.
With sandy beaches and beautiful riverside and fortress wall walks on offer, wander around one of the lovely parks or browse the Berwick Museum & Art Gallery for the afternoon and visit the High Street for some shopping.
Alternatively visit the Maltings for the cinema, theatre and café.
Lots of great eating places in Berwick upon Tweed with a train station too.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250.
About the location
Eyemouth 3 miles; Berwick-upon-Tweed 6 miles.
Over in the historic county of Berwickshire part of the Scottish Borders region, is the small village of Ayton, not far from the larger town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Home to a few local shops, a pub/entertainment venue, and a town hall with a clock tower, this village can offer everything you need for the essentials during your stay. Ayton Castle dominates the town, and is built around a peel tower, it was built in the 1850s in the Scottish Baronial style in red sandstone, and is well worth visiting and walking around the lovely grounds. Around 10-miles away is the coastal town of Berwick-upon-Tweed with sandy beaches and beautiful riverside walks on offer, wander around one of the lovely parks or browse the Berwick Museum & Art Gallery for the afternoon. Ayton is a delightful village perfectly situated for enjoying the Scottish Borders.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute