Melrose 2 miles.
This ground floor apartment is resting in the lovely village of Tweedbank.
Cosy and inviting, this charming retreat is perfect for couples or families wishing to escape from their busy lifestyle.
Inside you will find an open plan sitting area with a comfortable sofa and a TV so you can sit back and watch your favourite shows amongst the peace and quiet.
French doors open out to the Juliet balcony, ideal for a summers day, and a dining area is close by, perfect for enjoying those home cooked meals.
A well equipped kitchen holds a country feel, and is laced with warmth and style.
Here you can prepare breakfast and dinner at your own leisure.
Continue and you will arrive at a bathroom, classically arranged and well presented so you can get ready at ease.
Two bedrooms complete the formation; a double and a single, promising a relaxing nights sleep.
You are guaranteed to wake up feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead.
The village of Tweedbank sits between the historic Borders towns of Melrose and Galashiels, surrounded by excellent country and walking adventures, with the Southern Upland Way and the Borders Abbeys Way passing through.
Why not hop on the train at Tweedbank and visit the historic city of Edinburgh, a mere fifty minutes ride away?
Close by is Melrose, which hosts the Borders Book Festival in June.
There is plenty to see in this heart warming location.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
Melrose 2 miles; Galashiels 3 miles; Edinburgh 40 miles.
The Borders village of Tweedbank, as the name suggests, is situated near the River Tweed, which is one of Britain’s best salmon rivers. Started as a settlement in the 1970s, the village sits between the historic Borders towns of Melrose and Galashiels. Sir Walter Scott’s house, Abbotsford, and its visitor centre is less than a mile away. Tweedbank is surrounded by excellent walking country with the Southern Upland Way and the Borders Abbeys Way passing through the village itself. Close by is Melrose, which hosts the Melrose International Rugby Sevens Tournament each April, and also the Borders Book Festival in June, which is one of Scotland's top literary events and features some of today's most entertaining writers and personalities.