Outdoor lovers and couples will adore this charming cottage for two nestled in the heart of a picture-perfect Scottish borders village.
Braemar is a perfect cosy country retreat for couples and outdoor lovers such as walkers or cyclists who relish a pint, a bit of local banter and a crackling log fire in a friendly local pub after a long day out in the open air. Close to Edinburgh, Braemar is in walking distance of the wild and beautiful Pentland Hills, the Gordon Arms pub, the Old Bakehouse restaurant, and the very pretty village green and Old Toll Tea Room.
This traditional stone built cottage has oodles of character and charm. Step inside to the wonderfully inviting contemporary living space in heathery hues with an original fireplace and woodburner making Braemar ideal for relaxation, dining or toasty evenings in. Period features and a chic country style with natural wool blankets, soft sink-in sofas, tweeds and sprigs of heather. Next to the wood burner is a small dining table - just perfect for two.GROUND FLOOR
Please note that that this is a traditional period cottage and a number of rooms have lower level ceiling heights, particularly in the kitchen and the first floor bedroom which has a coombed ceiling. If you have any concerns, please contact us before booking.
Front door leads into a very small compact kitchen with 2 ring electric hob, fridge with small freezer compartment, and a worktop mini electric oven. Please note that there is no dishwasher and no washing machine.
Good sized sitting room with wood burning stove. Large double sofa with armchair. Small dining space for two. Technology includes TV with Freeview, an iDock and DVD player.
Bathroom with shower unit, heated towel rail, basin and WC.FIRST FLOOR
Important - please note that the stairs to the upper floor are very steep and narrow and will be unsuitable for guests with restricted mobility.
Double bedroom with 4’6” bed, two side tables, hanging hooks, two drawers for storage. Please note that the bedroom has a coombed ceiling which affects the overall ceiling height of the room.OUTSIDE
There is a small gravelled seating area to the side of the cottage with picnic table and bench seating.PARKING
There is on-street parking outside the cottage but no private provision.BABIES & CHILDREN
Please note that due to the size and configuration of the cottage, it is not suitable for babies or children.DOGS
Dogs are not permitted.GUEST AMENITIES
Bath sheets and hand towels are provided for guests along with hand soaps and toiletries. A hairdryer is supplied.WIFI & MOBILE COVERAGE
Wi-Fi is available. Mobile reception can be patchy inside the cottage but is good outside.HEATING
Wood burning stove in the sitting room with logs supplied. Electric storage heating in the sitting room and bedroom.
No Pets Allowed
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|Braemar Cottage||£375 Per unit per week|
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