Pressmains Farm Cottages
A set of four characterful cottages tucked away onto the edge of Coldingham, elevated by acres of farmland with local wildlife, ducks and deer, along with farm animals. You can stroll to the beach in under an hour, with the whole location being ideal for exploring the Scottish Borders and Northumberland. Coastlines, excellent walking, golf, horse riding, cycling and fishing make for a wonderful afternoon in the area, before returning to the accommodation of your choice. Each retreat boasts its own enclosed garden, perfect for some time away from it all, each cottage even featuring its very own barbecue. Within our own valley, with the river Bere meandering through, it really is a working farm of 1150 acres, with tractors going by the front door often. We grow winter barley, spring barley for malting, wheat for distilling, oats for porridge and have a small flock of breeding sheep. We welcome walkers and also have stables for horses. Press Mains has in the past been voted as one of the finalists in Britain’s “Most beautiful Farm”. All cottages are designed with traditional furnishings, heart-warming décor and an abundance of character, setting the scene for a cosy night in. The living areas house sumptuous seating and a dining table, so you can enjoy a romantic dinner for two amongst the warmth of the open fire. Promoting a peaceful night’s sleep, the bedrooms are presented as charming four-poster doubles, with Castle Cottage also comprising of two stylish twin rooms. Whether you are wanting a cosy escape by yourselves or bringing friends along, there really is somewhere for everyone to feel right at home amidst the exposed stonework, original features and pleasant views. Walks can be experienced around the farm and its acres of land, and with a fabulous beach, excellent canoeing and surfing, the village also offers an array of local shops, pubs and restaurants. St. Abbs, a quaint and picturesque fishing village is less than 5 miles away and its Nature Reserve is renowned for its variety of birds and wealth of marine life, which attracts sub aqua divers the world over. Further inland, discover a multitude of abbeys, castles, stately homes and gardens. Berwick-upon-Tweed, with its Elizabethan walls is well worth a visit and within easy reach are Holy Island, the Farne Islands and the coastal villages of Dunbar, Craster and Seahouses. However you decide to spend your time, this group of cottages is not to be missed.
A stone built, semi-detached cottage, sitting on the edge of Coldingham, amongst a row of terrace retreats.
The cottage is very child-friendly, with ground floor facilities making it ideal for those with mobility issues.
Inside you will discover a twin bedroom located to the right of the entrance, complimented by a feature fireplace.
Adjacent, you will receive a warm welcome from the lounge, a cosy set up with a woodburner and dining table, ideal for an evening meal.
A neutrally finished kitchen features its own breakfast area, and a family bathroom completes the interior, in a stylish fashion.
The first floor benefits from a small reading area, two bedrooms including a master suite with beautiful countryside views, and a shower room.
Outside, you can enjoy the enclosed cottage garden with its barbecue and seating area.
Note: This cottage can be booked with Ref. 986249, 951556, and 951558, together they can sleep up to 14 people.
Three bedrooms: 1 x first floor king-size, 1 x first floor twin,
1 x ground floor twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table. Lounge/diner with woodburner.
About the location
Berwick-upon-Tweed 11 miles; Edinburgh 47 miles.
The village of Coldingham nestles in between rolling farmland above Coldingham Bay, a sheltered crescent of golden sand on the beautiful Berwickshire coastline. With a fabulous beach and excellent canoeing and surfing, the village also offers an array of local shops, pubs and restaurants. St. Abbs, a quaint and picturesque fishing village is one mile away and its Nature Reserve is renowned for its variety of birds and wealth of marine life, which attracts sub aqua divers the world over. Fishing and diving excursions can be purchased here. This area is ideal for exploring The Scottish Borders and Northumberland, with their spectacular coastlines and excellent walking, golf, horse riding, cycling and fishing. Further inland, discover a multitude of abbeys, castles, stately homes and gardens. Berwick-upon-Tweed, with its Elizabethan walls is well worth a visit and within easy reach are Holy Island, the Farne Islands and the coastal villages of Dunbar, Craster and Seahouses.