A newly refurbished, bright and airy first-floor apartment set in the thriving market town of Kelso, 14a Bridge Street is the ideal choice for a well-located break to the beautiful Scottish Borders.
Whether you’re heading off with friends or family, this light and modern apartment is a great choice.
Sleeping four adults, the apartment boasts a sitting room with seating for four.
The cosy kitchen has an oven, gas boiler and large fridge-freezer.
There are two bedrooms, one a generously sized double with a leather headboard and views over the back of Kelso Abbey, and the second a large room with two twin beds.
The modern bathroom features a shower, basin and WC.
The property overlooks a pretty street of shops, and there is a single parking space allocated.
Access to the property can be easily gained through a small, secure covered alley.
Located in the heart of Kelso Scottish Borders, with its many shops and restaurants, 14a Bridge Street is perfectly placed if you want to enjoy a relaxing break without much driving.
There are a variety of shops and pubs close to the property and many attractions nearby, such as historic Kelso Abbey, Floor Castle or Mellerstain House and Gardens, just 7 miles away.
Venture further out on a day trip to see the bright lights of Edinburgh, just an hour’s drive from Kelso.
If your idea of an ideal escape is staying in a picturesque cobbled market town while still enjoying all the mod cons of a contemporary apartment, make 14a Bridge Street your next holiday destination.
About the location
Jedburgh 14 miles; Wooler 16 miles.
Kelso is a lovely tranquil Borders town at the meeting point of the Tweed and Teviot rivers, with a cobbled town square and streets, and an array of stunning Georgian buildings, and a wealth of gorgeous countryside around it. Take time out to visit Floors Castle, a very prominent Stately Home with restaurants and gardens, designed by William Adam. Also close by are Mellerstain House, Kelso Abbey and the Kelso races. Mellerstain House is a stunning example of Georgian architecture at its finest. Designed by the architect William Adam and his son Robert in 1725, it is the residence of the 13th Earl of Haddington. The house is located within 80 acres of luscious rolling parkland and is in walking distance of Smailholm Tower, the ancestral home of Sir Walter Scott. Great fishing can be enjoyed on the Teviot, Tweed and Jed rivers and there are many excellent golf courses to choose from. Watch the spectacular and historic Common Ridings, held at Hawick, Selkirk, Langholm, Lauder and others, with long histories. The Borders also offer some superb walking and cycling, be it on the coast, over the breathtaking hillsides or amongst the enchanting Border forests. The towns of Coldstream, Jedburgh, Kirk Yetholm and Wooler are just a short drive away and are a joy to explore at leisure.