St Boswells 3.5 miles.
This cosy, stone bungalow rests in a wonderful rural spot in the Scottish Borders, three and a half miles from the village of St Boswells.
Its lovely living areas and excellent woodland location make Beech Cottage perfect for a family getaway.
Enter the property and turn right where you will arrive at the lovingly furnished living/dining room, with comfortable leather seating, a TV and a fabulous woodburning stove, accompanied by a delightful bay window providing views towards the nearby woodland.To the back of the property sits the galley kitchen.
The two bedrooms at Beech Cottage are immaculate, cosy rooms complete with characterful, period fireplaces to create the perfect homely spot to get your much-needed rest.
The interior of the cottage is topped off with a stylish family bathroom, ideal for a long, relaxing soak in the bath after a day of trekking the nearby countryside.
Let your dogs and kids run and play on the extensive lawn area to the front of the property, or alternatively, go for a stroll through the woods.
St Boswells is a short drive away and offers a small range of places to shop and eat, making it a pleasant village to base your holiday.
The village provides great access to the surrounding area, with the wonderful market town of Kelso nearby providing a wider range of amenities and the beautiful Floors Castle.
Cross over the border for some elite facilities for walking, cycling and scenery at the Northumberland National Park.
Beech Cottage is a high quality stone bungalow in a wonderful area of the Scottish Borders.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Melrose 5 miles; Kelso 10 miles.
St Boswells sits on the south of the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders. There is much evidence of Roman occupation, dating from almost two thousand years ago. Today, St Boswells is known for being on the route of St Cuthbert’s Way, the long distance path from Melrose Abbey to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. The village boasts a hotel, café, several shops, post office, butcher and a garage. As well as spectacular salmon and brown trout fishing on the River Tweed, the local riverside walks take in attractive scenery. An ideal venue for walkers and cyclists, St Boswells is surrounded by the gorgeous Borders landscape. If you want to venture further afield, Edinburgh is approximately an hour away, as is the Berwickshire coast.