An immaculately-presented first floor holiday apartment located in the village of Tweedbank near the towns of Melrose and Galashiels, in Scotland's beautiful Borders countryside.
This comfortable and well-equipped Melrose holiday apartment is ideal for couples or families who wish to enjoy time together exploring one of the most beautiful and varied parts of the country.
All first floor and with one king-size double bedroom and one double bedroom, this holiday apartment near Melrose has a fitted kitchen and a spacious sitting room with a dining area and French doors leading to a Juliet balcony with open views towards the hills beyond.
This Borders holiday apartment also benefits from off road parking in on-site car parks and is a short stroll to a shop and a licensed restaurant/bar, which sit beside the man-made Gun Knowe Loch.
Tweedbank Station is less than half a mile from Weavers Linn, and the last stop on the reopened Waverly Line, now The Borders Railway.
The line connects Tweedbank to the centre of historic Edinburgh; with a short train journey of less than an hour winding its way through picturesque Borders countryside, some of the most beautiful in the UK, you can easily enjoy a day shopping or exploring this beautiful, lively city.
The line also includes some steam journeys, just as much fun to watch as to ride on!
Tweedbank is an ideal starting point for exploring nearby Galashiels, Melrose and the Borders countryside.
Abbotsford House, the stunning home of Sir Walter Scott is less than a mile away, and with the Southern Upland Way and the Borders Abbeys Way providing superb walking, this Melrose holiday apartment has something for everyone.
All first floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double (zip/link can be 2'6" twin on request), 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and French doors to Juliet balcony.
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.