Introduce the family to farming life whilst staying at this cottage, located on a working farm, you can watch the lambs frolicking, walk down to one of the many ponds and watch the wildlife including birds, buzzards, deer and badgers.
The cottage is centrally located to explore the Scottish Borders, Hadrian's Wall, Edinburgh and Newcastle.
Jedburgh is the historic gateway to Scotland and is only 10 miles from the border of England, located in the south eastern corner.
The magnificent 12th century Augustinian Abbey dominates the town and there are a numerous restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea.
Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, and the English cities of Carlisle and Newcastle are all within an hours drive where shops, theatres and fine dining can all be enjoyed.
The cottages (Wild Rose Cottage and Owl Cottage) are located on a working farm which consists of 1100 acres and home to 2000 sheep.
Nestled below The Cheviots just south of Jedburgh, the cottages are in an area of peace and tranquillity surrounded by rolling countryside, part of the farm is in a conservation scheme to encourage ground nestling birds, explore on foot and meander up to one of the many ponds to watch the local wildlife including buzzards, deer and badgers or walk one of the farm trails.
Wild Rose Cottage has an open fire and large garden area is furnished and equipped to a high standard with oil central heating and comprises:
Lounge with open fire, TV, DVD, video, CD players and a selection of books, games, videos and DVDs. Kitchen with electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge, microwave and washer/dryer. Bathroom with shower over bath, hand basin and WC. First Floor: Double bedroom Triple bedroom.
About the location
Kelso 12 miles; Melrose 13 miles; Peebles 37 miles.
The historic town of Jedburgh is a small, quiet town lying 10 miles inside the Scottish Border, situated halfway between Newcastle upon Tyne and Edinburgh. Set amidst the stunning countryside of the Borders, Jedburgh has much to offer visitors. There are charming shops, pubs and award-winning, family-run restaurants to enjoy nearby, as well as historic attractions such as the fascinating Jedburgh Castle Jail, Mary Queen of Scots House and the imposing abbey, which towers over the town and dates back to 1138. Great fishing can be enjoyed on the Teviot, Tweed and Jed Rivers and there are 21 excellent golf courses to choose from. The Borders also offer some superb walking and cycling over breathtaking hillsides or amongst the enchanting Border Forests, and along St Cuthbert's Way, a 62 mile trail between Melrose and Lindisfarne, which passes Harestanes Countryside Visistor Centre. The towns of Melrose, Kelso and Peebles are just a short drive away and are a joy to explore at leisure.