Forming part of a gorgeous barn conversion, The Granary enjoys stunning views of the countryside surrounding the village of Morebattle in the Scottish Borders.
The interior is tastefully finished and is simply perfect for groups of four wishing to venture through the breath-taking countryside that this area abounds.
This high-quality retreat benefits from traditionally Scottish reverse-level accommodation; the ground floor comes with two very smartly finished bedrooms, the double room features wonderful picture windows looking across the countryside.
Also on this level is a contemporary family bathroom, finished in black and white with stylish tiles.
A modern wooden staircase takes you up towards an open-plan living room; its up-to-date furniture, welcoming sitting area and well-equipped kitchen make it the perfect layout to kick back and relax when you're not out exploring this fine region.
To the outside of The Granary lies a lovely peaceful garden; both a lawn and a gravel area provide plenty of seating to enjoy a drink or an alfresco meal under the sun.
Take the soothing stroll into Morebattle where you will find a butchers, a useful convenience store and a superb pub serving food with fine rural views.
Close by, the towns of Kelso and Coldstream benefit from a range of different amenities whilst both offering a number of things to keep you busy.
Fascinating day trips are promised in Northumberland as it has the Northumberland National Park, Bamburgh and Alnwick, with the lively city of Newcastle also within driving distance.
An attractively converted barn proving to be a fabulous base for touring this wonderful region.
Two ground floor bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC. First floor open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Kelso 7 miles; Coldstream 13 miles
This quaint little village rests peacefully in the Scottish Borders and north of the Northumberland National Park. Morebattle provides a butchers, a village shop and a hotel serving fine ales and food. The 62-mile long St. Cuthbert's Way footpath passes through the village. Nearby, a wider range of amenities can be found at the two charming towns of Kelso and Coldstream, the former dominated by its dramatic abbey ruins whilst Coldstream has its own museum. A trip further afield can bring you to Northumberland's most popular places including Berwick-upon-Tweed, Bamburgh and Alnwick. The bustling shopping city of Newcaslte is also within driving distance.