Nestling in the quiet Ale Valley among the green hills of the Scottish Borders and right alongside the Alewater, is Burnfoot Cottage, a charming, semi-detached holiday home which has been converted from a former farm worker's cottage.
It stands in its own secluded, fenced garden and perhaps its most delightful feature is its conservatory dining room which overlooks the river behind and from where you can enjoy the delightful surroundings whatever the weather.
With Burnfoot you get all you would expect from such a charming wee cottage and even more besides, for it is full of character. With its multi-fuel stove (that supplements the oil-fired central heating), exposed rough stone fireplace and comfortable furnishings, the cosy sitting room will be a pleasure to return to after an active day.
The layout of the practical, modern kitchen ensures you will have everything to hand, while the dining conservatory makes a very memorable place to enjoy lazy meals.
There is one light, bright double bedroom downstairs and one upstairs with coombed ceilings. They have both been cleverly designed to make the utmost of the space available. Also upstairs is the family bathroom with bath and separate shower.