Scottish Borders Cottages

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    A luxury, detached studio-style cottage for two, set in an idyllic rural location near Duns. Panoramic views, WiFi, pet-friendly, open plan, woodburner, garden. Duns 6 miles. (Ref. 946703)

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    7 nights from £339

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    Cosy detached log cabin set in the owner's grounds near Jedburgh in the heart of the beautiful Scottish Borders. Ideal romantic retreat. Jedburgh 2 miles. (Ref. 26541)

    7 nights from £271

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    One of our Scotland cottages. This wing of a 19th century farmhouse boasts views of the Galloway Hills. Haven for birds and wildlife. Newton Stewart 1 mile. (Ref. 492)

    7 nights from £289

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    Beautifully presented, detached stable conversion near Chirnside in Scottish Borders. Quality accommodation. Pet-friendly, enclosed garden. Ideal for walking, cycling and exploring. Chirnside 1 mile. (Ref. 934595)

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    7 nights from £242

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    Outstanding cottage with stunning views. Short walk to local amenities and the beach. Beautifully-presented with two woodburning stoves. (Ref. 931252)

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    7 nights from £404

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    A cosy semi-detached cottage in the village of Lanton in the Scottish Borders. All ground floor with one double bedroom and a wet room. Pet-friendly, WiFi. Patio area. Jedburgh 2 miles. (Ref. 949007)

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    7 nights from £259

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    Superb Grade II* listed 17th century house on the Quay Walls in Berwick-upon-Tweed. Fabulous views, woodburner, gorgeous interior. Pubs, restaurants and art shops two minutes' walk. (Ref. 934152)

    7 nights from £394

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    Charming single-storey cottage near Biggar. Annexe to owner's large Georgian villa. Woodburning stove, walled garden, beautiful scenery. Ideal for walking and cycling. Biggar 8 miles. (Ref. 927592)

    7 nights from £252

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    Charming lodge house on a working farm, near Berwick-upon-Tweed. Four poster bed, pet-friendly, open fire. Walking from the doorstep. Great base for touring the Borders. Berwick-upon-Tweed 5 miles. (Ref. 940731)

    7 nights from £239

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    Harbour side cottage in charming fishing village of Isle of Whithorn. Rear garden with sea views. Woodburning stove. Pets welcome. Ideal base for exploring the peninsula and Dumfries and Galloway. Newton Stewart 20 miles. (Ref. 946045)

    7 nights from £263

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Just show me Scottish Borders Cottages

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in the Scottish Borders.

Immerse yourself in rural Scotland and try a Scottish Borders cottage holiday.

Sweeping moors, gentle hills, peaceful valleys and extensive plains; not to mention the rugged Berwickshire coastline - the contrasting landscapes of the Scottish Borders happily sit side by side. And as you might expect, this is a fantastic place for enjoying the 'Great Outdoors'.

For walkers, over 1500 miles of paths and trails thread through the countryside. Areas worth a mention include in and around the River Tweed, Liddesdale, Teviotdale and the hills of Moorfoot and Lammermuir - the latter an incredible sight come autumn when displays of heather flush deep purple.

Cycling, too, is a great way to explore the Borders, with lots of suitable off-road trails for beginners and adrenalin-pumping downhill tracks for the avid mountain biker.

Like horses? Whether it's active participation or the fun of spectating, this is a great equestrian centre. Horse riding highlights include the 57-mile Buccleuch Country Ride, while point-to-point, national hunt and horse trials all appear on the calendar. Another spectator sport not-to-be-missed is rugby and there's a team in every main town.

More mellow pursuits include freshwater and sea fishing, as well as golf. Top class 18-hole courses include Eyemouth whose fairways unfurl to the sea and Cardrona, affectionately known as 'Gleneagles of the south'.

Those keen to delve into the mysterious past will find a dramatic and often turbulent history has left a trail of castles, abbeys, mansions and ruins scattered across the region.

Wherever your interests lie, a Scottish Borders cottage holiday will more than meet your expectations.