4.6★ Sykes rating 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Pets Yes Features Off road parking Open fire Garden / Patio Washing machine Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews cottage (13) garden (7) lovely (6) warm (6) cosy (5) great (4) 17 Customer Reviews "We had a lovely week here." It was a very cosy place with a great back garden. It was an added bonus having free supply of coal and logs, very welcome. The only negative thing about this cottage is the television was far too small, like a portable size. We literally couldn’t see the picture and unfortunately with it not being a smart tv, there was no accessibility to catch up tv or iplayer etc. I think if this was rectified, I’d thoroughly recommend Briars cottage. Reviewed by Colette4.1★Oct 2023 "The cottage was ok, would benefit from a larger TV." Furniture needs updating an old desk in the bedroom not perfect for storing clothes. Couldn’t let the little dogs in the garden they could get out through the gaps in the fence. Reviewed by Lynda2.8★Sep 2023 "It would have been helpful to have had idiot proof clear instruction on the heating operation of the boiler." We only wanted the bathroom rad on but all came on. Reviewed by Ian5.0★Jul 2023 "Very enjoyable experience." Sat navigation a bit Ifield to go away from the property. But would recommend to anyone. Reviewed by Allan5.0★Jun 2023 "We've stayed af Briar cottage multiple times and it's always been perfect in every way,only thing I would suggest is a couple of chopping boards and a few extra cooking utensils ,we will definitely be booking again ." Reviewed by John5.0★May 2023 "A return visit, lovely cottage and enjoy the isolation and views." Hope to be back Reviewed by Amanda5.0★Apr 2023 "Briar Cottage was very comfortable,warm and situated in a very quiet area with many sights within easy reach." Excellent village shop a few miles away at Cornhill on Tweed and a good range of shops at Wooler. I saw roe deer and many hares in the field immediately in front of the cottage and several types of birds also. Reviewed by Paul5.0★Mar 2023 "This is the best dog friendly cottage I have ever stayed at,the courtyard and garden were fantastic." The house was warm and cosy with a big supply of logs and coal which you don't often get.Would definitely recommend. Reviewed by Kath5.0★Mar 2023 "Beautiful cottage, so warm, cosy & comfortable." Reviewed by Deborah5.0★Jan 2023 "Wonderful rural location, lovely warm cottage, ideal for dog owners as there is a spacious enclosed garden" Nov 2019 "Lovely homely cottage in quiet location." Everything you need to feel at home. Great views and a safe garden for the dogs. Would definitely come here again. Jan 2019 "Cosy cottage great for a firework free week with our two dogs." Open fire and oil central heating so lovely and warm. Lovely garden and great views. Good location for visitingsurrounding areas. Fantastic sunrises from the front bedroom in fact lying in bed you get a great view of the cows and sheep on the hill! Great new bathroom. Lots of info, maps, books, games etc & good Wi-Fi signal. Nov 2018 "Very comfortable with all the home comforts you need to make life easy." Loved waking up to seeing just countryside, and all the beautiful views as you drive around. Sep 2018 "This was a comfortable and well equipped cottage in a beautiful area." It was in very peaceful surroundings. Jun 2018 "A charming property in peaceful surroundings." A delightful garden, friendly neighbours, well situated for visiting the Northumberland coast, National Park and Scottish Borders. We had a very relaxing week in a great cottage. May 2018 "Good property in a good place for visiting the area." Sep 2017 "Briar Cottage was lovely." It was very well equipped and although we visited in the summer I was very impressed that it has oil central heating and an open fire. I am tempted to come back again in the winter as I imagine it would be really warm and cosy. Jul 2017 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more This property is part of the Northumbria Coast and Country Cottages collection. The number 1 choice and best value holiday cottages from the Northumberland specialists. Discover our beautiful county with us. Summary Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Kitchen/diner Sitting room with open fire Oil central heating with open fire Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine Smart TV, DVD player, Freeview, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for 1 car Enclosed garden with walled yard, lawn and furniture Three well behaved dogs welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop 5 miles, pub 3.7 miles The property Town Yetholm 4.4 miles. Briar Cottage is a charming Victorian cottage settled into the countryside of Mindrum, near Town Yetholm, the Scottish Borders, so explore Northumberland with this family holiday home. Upon arrival, be captivated by a picturesque stone cottage, with a border of shrubs and climbing plants framing the windows and adding a pop of colour, a truly beautiful feature of this property. Be welcomed into a homely sitting area, with a woodburning stove warming your feet from a traditional fireplace, a great spot to relax in an evening and enjoy a good book. The kitchen/diner has contemporary furniture and cheerful yellow walls, as well as all of the home-from-home amenities needed for you to cook up a storm, which can be served on the dining table. Two homely bedrooms can be found, a double and a twin, as well as a bathroom, making this property ideal for a family, and there is a wonderful enclosed garden to the rear of the property where alfresco dining can be enjoyed. Mindrum is a rural location resting beside the Scottish Borders, with plenty of local walks, bridal paths and the options of cycling and fishing in the local area, and from here you can reach a lot of local attractions, however for a pub lunch or a convenience store, head over to the town of Town Yetholm. From here it is easy to visit picturesque walks in the hilly countryside of Westnewton, or head over to the coast and spend a day at the beach at Tweedmouth. This property is a great base for touring the Scottish Borders and North Northumberland with its Heritage Coastline and National Park. Fall in love with the countryside of Northumberland with a stay at Briar Cottage. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150. View on map About the location TOWN YETHOLM AND KIRK YETHOLM Cornhill-on-Tweed 4 miles; Coldstream 6 miles. The two villages of Town Yetholm and Kirk Yetholm are situated half a mile apart on either side of the River Bowmont, at the north end of the Pennine Way. Once providing a route through the hills into England, the villages are named 'Yetholm' after the Scottish 'yet', meaning 'gate' and the Anglo Saxon 'holm' or 'ham', meaning 'settlement', essentially 'place at the gate'. Both villages boast good pubs serving excellent food, small shops and a gift shop. Within easy reach are Cornhill-on-Tweed, a small, agricultural village and the town of Coldstream, which lies on the northern bank of the world famous River Tweed, with both offering good, real ale pubs and a selection of shops. The major visitor attractions of north Northumberland and the Scottish Borders are within easy driving distance, including the vibrant city of Newcastle upon Tyne with its excellent shopping and night life, Edinburgh, Alnwick, with its famous Treehouse and Gardens, Bamburgh and its beaches, Holy Island and of course, the beautiful Northumberland National Park.