Melrose, Scottish Border, Northumberland, Countryside

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Large lawned garden with outdoor furniture and children’s play equipment and there is Road parking at the front for 1 car and private parking for 3 cars on a track to the rear. Bike Store

Downstairs Description

There is a Kitchen/diner with table to seat up to 6/8 guests and cosy living room with log burner.

The Master bedroom has king size bed and 2nd bedroom with flexible zip and link twin or superking beds ( limited headroom when superking due to sloping ceilings!) Please request at time of booking otherwise will be ‘as found’.

Family bathroom with bath and shower over and there is a hallway with utility cupboard with laundry facilities.

Windows Views Description

Views all around of hills and farmland

Other Notes

Limited headroom when using super king bed in second bedroom due to sloping ceilings! Please request at time of booking otherwise will be ‘as found’.

The stairs in this old cottage are quirky and a little steep so may be a little tricky for those with limited mobility but fine for everyone else

Child Friendly: The large garden with timber play fort and play equipment will keep children amused for hours, but this is set in the corner and does not dominate the garden if a child free environment is what you are seeking.
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Abbotsford : Home of Sir Walter Scott Visit website
  • Traquair House: Near Peebles, originally a hunting lodge for the kings and queens of Scotland and today the oldest inhabited house in Scotland Visit website
  • Mainstreet Trading Company: It is in St Boswells, Winner of Independent Bookseller of the Year in 2012, is an absolute must - as of course is the annual Borders Book Festival in Melrose, now firmly established as an important fixture in the literary calendar. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Burt’s Hotel In Melrose: Recently awarded Scotland’s Dining Pub of the Year by the Good Pub Guide 2013, is the epitome of Scottish-ness with its roaring fire, excellent range of ales and whiskies and fabulous food. Visit website
  • Marmion’s Brasserie: It is holder of the Scottish Borders Eating Out Awards’ ‘Best Newcomer 2008’ and ‘Best Informal Lunch 2008’ accolades, Marmions is one of the Scottish Borders’ favourite places to eat, drink and relax - open for lunch, dinner or simply for coffee. Visit website
Food Stores:
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Dryburgh Abbey Hotel: Guests are able to use the indoor swimming pool and sauna at a charge of £5 per adult and £2.50 for children. Professional river fly fishing guidance and instruction on the River Tweed with Wild brown trout, sea trout, atlantic salmon and grayling fishing. Visit website
  • Melrose Golf Club: It is a beautiful 9-hole golf course nestled at the foot of the Eildon Hills with scenic views of the surrounding countryside. Visit website