Attractive three bedroom home in a peaceful location close to the River Teviot and overlooking the exclusive Roxburghe Championship Golf Course. Walking, fishing & golfing on the doorstep. Roux Restaurant nearby. Kelso attractions 5 miles.
Beautiful bungalow in quiet and peaceful location 3 miles from Kelso. Goldilands bungalow offers ground level accommodation with en suite facilities to all bedrooms. Ample parking is right outside the door.
Charming two bedroom cottage with its own mill pond, set in idyllic country surroundings just five miles from the picturesque town of Kelso. Fabulous walks from the house. Well placed for sightseeing, sporting, fishing and outdoor pursuits.
A stunning five bedroom conversion of a former 18th century watermill in an idyllic setting nestled on the banks of the River Teviot. Watch the otters play and the salmon leap from the wonderful first floor decked terrace. Private fishing.
A very warm welcome awaits you at Kersmains. Choose from our 4 star self catering cottage which sleeps 6, or our luxury B&B 'The Bothy', a private self contained apartment for 2 with full cooked breakfast.
A luxury boutique B&B suite with double en-suite bedroom, private library lounge with log burning stove and beautiful sun lounge overlooking the walled garden. All this to yourselves, with the luxury of a delicious cooked breakfast!
Nestling under the southern edge of Bowmont Forest, 4 miles from the historic town of Kelso, 'Tiore' enjoys beautiful uninterrupted views southwards over fields and rolling hills to where Scotland meets England 25 miles into the distance.
Charming three bedroom Victorian villa based in a quiet area of Kelso yet only a 2 minute walk away from the shops and restaurants of this picturesque market town. Perfect for exploring the wider area. Prime Tweed fishing on the doorstep.
A spacious, detached five bedroom Georgian house offering guests the best of both worlds, The Elms is set in a delightful, private walled garden yet only minutes’ from Kelso's main square, Floors Castle and the famous River Tweed.