Sleeps 8, relaxed elegance with classic furnishings with a superb view overlooking the River Tweed An impressive, Grade B listed, late 18th Century house located at the original Border crossing point over the River Tweed, on the outskirts of Coldstream. The house and garden offer magnificent views over the river and surrounding countryside. Private fishing is available.
Recently refurbished in period style, the property offers charming and spacious accommodation, including a light and airy sitting room with open fire. Period features such as the Venetian-style windows, original bread oven and wrought iron Regency porch enhance this special holiday home.
The house sits in a large, secluded walled garden with garden furniture, BBQ and two Regency summerhouses.
The pretty borders town of Coldstream has a museum dedicated to the Coldstream Guards and a good selection of shops and pubs. Just outside the village is The Hirsel Country Estate, picturesque home of the Douglas-Home family. The estate offers lovely woodland and lakeside walks, excellent birdlife, an estate museum, craft workshops and the 18-hole Hirsel Golf Course.
Visitors can enjoy excellent fishing, golf, riding, cycling and walking in the beautiful surrounding countryside. There is also racing at nearby Kelso and regular rugby tournaments held in all the Borders towns during the season. For history enthusiasts, the region offers a number of impressive castles and important historic houses to visit.
With the Scottish borders and North Northumberland easily accessible, this is a fantastic base from which to explore this superb area.