Duns 4 miles.
This detached B-listed, former shepherd’s cottage is tucked away within the rolling hills and woodlands of the Scottish Borders, between the towns of Greenlaw and Duns.
This superb retreat is perfect for a friends or family gathering for those looking to explore the area steeped with spellbinding castles, a picturesque coastline and a magnitude of activities to suit all ages and tastes.
Rest your muddy boots and rain coats within the spacious hallway before stepping into the wonderfully presented property, boasting a clever blend of traditional charm and contemporary styling.
Find a well-equipped kitchen where you will find all the necessities to cater your own delicious evening meals for you and your loved ones.
Settle down for your meal within the dining area, where you will be delighted by the quirky sitting arrangement to plan the days ahead over a meal or a glass of wine.
After dinner, look forward to sinking into the plush sofas which rest in front of the open fire, or if you are visiting with any budding pianists, they can make the most of the traditional piano that awaits them.
As the evening draws to a close, drift off to sleep within one of the brightly decorated bedrooms, comprising of a double bedroom with an en-suite, a double bedroom and a twin bedroom.
Each bedroom has been designed with a refreshing interior to ensure that you wake up each morning within serenity.
From the south-facing double twin bedroom, feast your eyes on the glorious view towards the Cheviot Hills.
Spend a moment or two within the delightful garden area, where you can soak up the sun whilst your canine companions stretch their legs on the spacious lawn.
Venture into the centre of Duns, where you will find a traditional pub, a choice of restaurants as well as shops for picking up any essentials.
Whilst visiting the town, you will also find a grand 14th century castle, a swimming pool and a golf club.
Further afield attractions include the Berwickshire coast where you find the picturesque harbour ports of Eyemouth and St Abb's, or walk along the coastal path to discover some of the highest cliffs in Britain.
The great Border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed is within easy reach by car as are the delightful towns of the central Borders, Melrose, Kelso and Jedburgh, famous for their ancient ruined abbeys, among much else.
The Southern Upland Way passes a few miles away through the Lammermuir Hills, and Edinburgh is only an hour away by car.
Polwarth Crofts Farmhouse is an idyllic base to spending time with your loved ones.