At Burnbrae we have 3 spacious 1 bedroomed self catering cottages. All on ground level. Lunch in your private conservatory whilst enjoying the splendid view to the Cheviot Hills and abundant native wildlife. Walk or cycle from your cottage.
Breakfast in your south-facing conservatory while watching the abundant native wildlife, and magnificient views across the cottage garden, river and large pond to the Cheviot Hills. Wander through 10 hectares of pasture beside the stream or along the riverside path. Share with us peace and quiet of Burnbrae.
Each cottage is generously equipped for 2-4 people for self catering. For those who require them, we can provide additional beds for each cottage. All of the rooms are on the same level and reached from the car park without any step up or down. Cars can approach close to the main entrance of each cottage for loading. Suitable for guests with mobility difficulties. There is a large, private car park adjacent to the cottages. Each cottage is light and airy with plenty of space. From the dining area of the living room, there is direct, level access to a south-facing conservatory with splendid views across the secluded garden, river and the Tweed valley to the Cheviot hills and the border between Scotland and England. In each cottage is a heated drying room., Proprietors live on site and are pleased to help guests with information and other assistance. Dogs welcome only in Begrum cottage. Mungo's Well and Thairn cottages are pet free. Heating throughout is supplemented by a log burner in living room.
Burnbrae is situated 3 miles north of the abbey town of Kelso with its cobbled square quaint shops and fantasic restaurants. We are located within 40 minutes drive of Edinburgh and the east coast fishing villages, superb coastal scenery, Border towns, Cheviot and Ettrick Hills. Ideal for visiting the many abbeys, gardens and stately homes (Floors Castle and Mellerstain nearby). This is an ideal area for those who enjoy walking and cycling with secure bike storage and a heated drying cupboard in each cottage. Not only are there some lovely short walks within Burnbrae but there are also walks that start directly from the site with a wide choice of walking to suite all levels, where you can take in the spectacular scenery. Cycling is a particular pleasure with a good network of quiet lanes around Burnbrae. In the hills there are plenty of tracks and the Glentress Forest provides extensive cycle tracks which are separate from the walking paths (mountain bikes can be hired at the main entrance to the forest). Horse riding is a very popular past time in the Scottish Borders, as is fishing and golf, with numerous courses within easy reach of Burnbrae. The Scottish Borders also has a wealth of culture and history and many beautiful gardens and historic properties to visit. For those happy to travel a little further afield, the Northumberland border is just six miles away and the Northumberland National Park is twelve miles.
There is free WiFi in each cottage and a heated drying room. We have a lockable cycle store, barbecue, washing machine and tumble drier available for guests use. There is a travel cot & a high chair available for use in any of the cottages.
All prices are for 2 people and include electricity, heating, internet, wood for wood burner, bed linen and towels. Also photography, textile art and embroidery workshops held in the studio at Burnbrae - programme on our website.
Visit Burnbrae to enjoy a memorable treat.
For further information please phone or e-mail. We are always pleased to help. We are flexible with day of arrival/departure and length of stay.