Newcastleton 4 miles.
This superb detached cottage with a hot tub rests near the village of Newcastleton in a rural location with beautiful open Borders countryside all around.
Fully refurbished and finished to an excellent standard, this lovely traditional stone cottage offers the perfect country getaway for family and friends.
Stepping inside, discover the splendid lounge, appointed with two sofas so you can curl up after a long day of exploring, plus a lovely woodburning stove to keep you toasty during the winter months.
Move through to the refined kitchen/diner, boasting attractive units and an array of quality appliances, including a Belfast sink, electric oven, dishwasher and even a washer/dryer, ensuring you are fully catered for.
Take the evening outside to the rear garden where a barbecue and set of table and chairs await, providing a great opportunity for alfresco dining amidst the tranquil countryside.
Pour yourself a glass of prosecco and head for the alluring hot tub, perfect for a bubbly soak under the stars.
When it comes to catching some sleep, there are three homely bedrooms to choose from; on the ground-floor lies a king-size, whilst upstairs there are two twins, each presented in neutral colour tones with fresh white bed linen.
Serving the bedrooms is a sumptuous bathroom with a roll-top bath, perfect for a lazy soak at the end of your day, along with an additional shower room.
An ideal base for exploring this historic and beautiful region, Netherraw is perfect for walkers and cyclists with tracks leading off from the door.
Along the Liddesdale Valley is the village of Newcastleton with its array of hotels, pubs and shops, as well as the Copshaw Common Riding, a scenic golf course and the traditional music festival held in early July.
Visit spectacular Hermitage Castle and explore its dramatic and romantic history when Mary Queen of Scots secretly visited her lover here.
There is an abundance of walking, fishing and mountain biking nearby with the superb Kielder Forest Park, as well as the 7stanes trails.
Just under half an hours drive away lies the borough of Landgholm, described as ‘The Beautiful Gateway to Scotland’, it is set in the unspoilt country area with the Eskdale Prehistoric Trail within easy reach, along with many nearby sites of interest.
Wherever you choose to explore, Netherraw provides a sumptuous base to return to each evening.