Quirky and delightful period cottage, perfect for a romantic retreat with its wood burner for cosy nights in and a fully enclosed garden. Nestled in an idyllic rural position surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Scottish Borders.
Just a few miles from the border with England, this charming dog-friendly period cottage makes a tranquil getaway. Perfect for couples exploring a delightful part of Scotland, this quirky property offers warm and cosy accommodation for two human and two canine guests, and is a great base for keen walkers and cyclists discovering both the Scottish Borders and the Northumberland countryside. Featuring a warming wood burner and a fully enclosed garden, this lovely retreat is perfect for dogs and their owners enjoying breathtaking walks through miles of unforgettable landscapes.
The cottage can be accessed via a flight of external stone steps, leading through a vestibule and to a bright and pretty lounge/diner. With a smart TV, wood burner and plenty of seating, the lounge is a lovely space for snuggling up with a good book or a film in the evening. The dining area by the window is perfect for sharing a romantic meal for two which you can rustle up in the fully equipped kitchen. Going upstairs, the spacious and relaxing first-floor king-size bedroom has plenty of storage space and lovely rural views. There’s also an invigorating shower room. Stepping outside, the fully enclosed garden has plenty of space for your dogs to run, as well as a seating area perfect for a spot of al fresco dining. The garden is visited by an abundance of wildlife, and you may glimpse deer, rabbits, red squirrels and an array of birds.
The pretty towns of Jedburgh (5.5 miles), Selkirk, Melrose and Kelso (all within 17.5 miles) offer a wide choice of great dog-friendly places to eat and drink. There are miles of wonderful walks throughout the area, with popular highlights including the Whitelee Moor and Kielderhead National Nature Reserves (both 12 miles) on the Northumberland side of the border.