Cove 0.5 miles.
This charming, upside-down, semi-detached cottage is situated on a non-working farm near Cove on the Berwickshire coastline.
In a quiet hamlet with panoramic sea views, this lovely coastal cottage sleeps four and is ideal for families and friends, or even couples, looking for a relaxing break.
There are two bedrooms on the ground floor, one double with an en-suite bathroom and a twin that can be made into a king-size double on request.
A spacious shower room completes the ground floor accommodation, before moving upstairs to the kitchen, sitting room and dining area, all with superb open views of the coast.
At the front of this delightful coastal cottage is a small garden, where you can sit and relax looking out over the sea, as you plan the day ahead.
Walkers will delight in the range of superb walking opportunities nearby, from coastal walks to Pease Bay, to the Southern Upland Way and the John Muir Way.
The town of Dunbar is the birthplace of John Muir, with its harbours, golf course and beaches making it an ideal day out.
The St Abbs Head Nature Reserve is only 10 miles away along the coast, a great spot for divers and surfers alike, while Edinburgh is less than an hour away.
This wonderful coastal cottage has something to tempt the visitor, whatever the time of year.
Over two floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin (can be king-size double on request). Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. First floor kitchen. First floor sitting room with dining area.
About the location
Cockburnspath 1 miles; Dunbar 8 miles; Coldingham 10 miles.
The picturesque hamlet of Cove and Cove harbour are situated on the South East coast of Scotland on the border of Berwickshire and East Lothian approximately one mile from the village of Cockburnspath. Cove is ideally placed for visiting the local towns of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Dunbar, North Berwick and Eyemouth as well as the villages of Coldingham, St. Abbs and Burnmouth with their small harbours and Nature Reserves. The geologically world-famous site of Siccar Point is situated just a mile or two along the coast from Cove, and the area also boasts strong historical art connections with The Glasgow Boys, who painted prolifically here in the mid-1880s. There is a regular main line train service running from Dunbar station giving easy access to Edinburgh, with its impressive shops and history. A little further afield lie the castles of Northumberland, including Bamburgh, Holy Island, Chillingham and the famous Alnwick Castle and Gardens. There are many links golf courses in the area as well as surfing at Thornton Loch and Pease Bay and diving at St Abbs. This is a superb location with plenty to see and do.