Upper Belmont is a stunning, semi-detached cottage based in Cockburnspath, Scotland, close to the North Sea.
The property has been renovated to a high standard, and decorated with your comfort in mind.
Stepping into the open-plan living space, you are greeted to a cosy dining area, where you can take advantage of the space and play games or plan the day's events.
The lounge has two lovely sofas with a TV on the window sill, to ensure there is no glare of a day, with a woodburning stove to keep you warm.
The kitchen has a wonderful set of contemporary fitted units and plenty of worktop space for preparing your meals.
It is sure to inspire some lovely home cooking, which can be enjoyed at the dining room table, with seating for four people.
The hallway has a large bookcase against the wall, stocked full with books and games to keep you entertained during your stay and encourage cosy family nights in.
There are two king-size bedrooms, both with zip and link beds, catering for any guests, and has been furnished with modern furniture and a lovely study area.
With a separate family bathroom and a choice of a bath and walk-in shower to prepare for your day in style.
Outside has a lovely enclosed lawned garden with decking and a table and chairs, perfect for sitting out and enjoying the evening sun.
Cockburnspath is a wonderfully appointed village, with easy access to many local attractions.
Take a trip to visit Manderston, a grand mansion, with stunning landscaped gardens and park.
With an Edwardian-style comfort and Georgian decor taste, this attraction is truly unique.
Set in 56 acres of land, with no expense spared, there is so much to discover here and is fun for the whole family.
Upper Belmont is the perfect property for remote holidays in Scotland.
About the location
Cove 1 mile; Dunbar 8 miles; Coldingham 10 miles
Cockburnspath is a small, beautiful and untouched village, situated just inland of the North Sea coast.
A perfectly serene base for surfers, cyclists and walkers, the breathtakingly-beautiful beach at Pease Bay is less than two miles away and the Southern Upland Way, Scotland’s longest official Long Distance Path, terminates here at the village’s thistle-covered cross.
An ideal starting point for those wishing to tour both the East Lothian and the Scottish Borders, the village centres on the market place around which it has developed over time, originally dating back to the 1500s.
Also dating back to the 16th century is the parish church, St Helens, with an interesting and unusual circular tower at its west end.
There’s a village shop where you can pick up supplies, as well as a Post Office, whilst the hamlet of Cove is just a mile away and boasts a picturesque harbour.
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, Cockburnspath is a great base for a touring holiday.
As well as a selection of pubs, there is a regular main line train service running from Dunbar, just 8 miles away, 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 also many links golf courses in the area as well as surfing at Thornton Loch and diving at St Abbs.
This is a superb location with plenty to see and do..