Lovingly converted former granary providing spacious self catering accommodation whilst retaining all its character and charm.
Situated on a quiet minor road with plenty of private off-road parking and set in the wonderful Borders countryside with superb views from the elevated sitting room.
As featured in "SCOTLANDS HIDDEN PLACES" travel guide.
All newly refurnished.
Mountain bikes available for guests.
With a woodburning stove, timber beams and floors.
Beautiful cottage in rural location 15min drive from Jedburgh and 20min from Hawick. Set in two acres of mature gardens enjoying superb scenery and views. Including covered parking, barbeque, outside furniture and children's swings.
Large paddock for exercising dogs.
Accommodation comprises of a double bedroom with a new ensuite shower room. This was the former cart house and has a wonderful large arched window. A twin bedroom next to the family bathroom(shower over bath), a farmhouse style kitchen with 5 steps up to large sitting room,(all rooms have been completely refurnished in new solid oak), utility room with automatic washing machine and freezer.
Everything we can think of is provided-please let us know if you have any requests and we will do our best to accommodate.
The Steadings self catering cottage is the perfect place for a quiet relaxing break in the country, whilst only just over an hour away is Edinburgh, Carlisle and Newcastle, we are well placed for visiting the Border towns of Jedburgh (7miles), Hawick (10 miles), Kelso, Selkirk, and Melrose as well as Northumberland with Hadrian's wall, Kielder Water and Forest and the towns of Hexham, Alnwick and Corbridge.
HAWICK is most well-known for its annual Common Riding, which combines the annual riding of the boundaries of the town's common land with the commemoration of a victory of local youths over an English raiding party in 1514. The long forgotten Hawick Ba game was once played here by the 'uppies' and the 'doonies' on the first Monday after the new moon in the month of February. Although the Ba game is no longer played at Hawick, it is still played at nearby Jedburgh.
Jedburgh lies on the Jed Water, a tributary of the River Teviot, it is only ten miles from the border with England, and is dominated by the substantial ruins of Jedburgh Abbey. Other notable buildings in the town include Mary, Queen of Scots' House and Jedburgh Castle Jail, now a museum.