The perfect rural getaway; panoramic views of the Liddesdale countryside, dog friendly, WIFI, enclosed garden, real fires. Sleeps 8 in 3 dble rooms with 3 bathrooms. Close by is the village of Newcastleton; restaurants, cafe and activity centre.
Yethouse is a spacious luxury self catering farmhouse cottage on the outskirts of Newcastleton village, located in the southern Scottish Borders - the middle of nowhere but centre of everywhere. It has three large bedroroms and three bathrooms sleeping 8. 2 well behaved dogs are welcome during your stay, Yethouse has enclosed secure gardens. FREE WIFI.
Only 2 hours drive time from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester (3), Birmingham (3) or London (6).
Offering superb panoramic views with easy access to local forests and habitats. The world class 7stanes mountain bike trails are on your doorstep. Rock UK activity centre are our neighbours for those looking for more adventurous persuits; abseiling, water walzers, swimming, rope walking, climbing bike hire and many more.
Luxuriously furnished and equipped to the highest standards, Yethouse has a new fully fitted kitchen, FREE WIFI, large screen 3D HDTV with blu ray DVD player. Three large bedrooms sleeping 8 each with their own bathroom. A large comfy lounge and parlour both with real fires, separate dining room - loads of space to chill out, relax and unwind. Two dogs are welcome during your stay.
The village offers all local ameneties; 2 hotels, 1 pub, 2 cafes - open all year round for food and drinks.
Cycling or Mountain Biking - spolit for choice with an abundant range of cycling & mountain bike trails surrounding us; 7stanes MTB are on our door step. If you prefer a more leisurely ride, try the cross border routes between Newcastleton and Kielder. The roads are quiet with stunning scenery if you prefer the road routes. We offer secure lock up and washing facilities.
Walking - Newcastleton Forest offers plenty of variety with varying degrees of difficulty all with stunning views. If you rise early enough you might be lucky and see deer or hare. The badger hide at Newcastleton forest is available all year - take a warming flask and your binoculars and settle in for a few hours and watch them at play at dusk.
Water & Wildlife - Kielder Forest and Water Park is only 30 minutes drive away - there you can see Osprey, take a boating and trip as well as beautiful walks, an observatory and forest art gallery. Try their new bike trails which now cover nearly 30 miles of track or you can cycle through to Kielder from the trails at Newcastleton.
Golf- The village has a challenging nine hole golf course - there are never any queues, except maybe on a Sunday when the members play their medal competitions! Travel further afield and play at other Borders courses using the freedom of the fairways pass.
Historical - The Borders is infamous for its savage warring families who fought and foraged for generations across the region. The best way to understand its history and see famous sites is to follow the Reiver Trail. Hermitage Castle is our local historic site which is a must.
Genealogy - did your ancestors live in the Borders? Visit the Heart of Hawick and search out your family connections in the state of the art genealogy centre. For a small fee it is amazing how much the experts can uncover - it would be wise to book this in advance of your stay.
There is a lot to see whatever time of year you decide to visit, or if you prefer, you can just shut the door behind you and lock the world out for a few days.
Yethouse has loads of space; a master bedroom with king size bed and en suite. The Captains Room has twin or a double plus a day bed with a trundle under, ideal for children to share, or perfect for a couple. It has its own family bathroom with shaver point. The Maids Room, has a zip/link 6 foot double - or twins, is accessed via its own staircase and overlooks the walled garden and courtyard. The maid's room has access to the downstairs cloak room and walk in shower room.
Living space is all on the ground floor.