Tucked away down a quiet lane in the small conservation village of Midlem is Corrirowan Cottage, a charming house set in gorgeous gardens that makes a great base for discovering the many delights of the Scottish Borders.
This characterful cottage has been thoughtfully kitted out with everything needed for a comfortable and relaxing stay. The sitting room with its wooden beamed ceiling and wood-burning stove is sure to be the main place that everyone gathers together and doors lead from there through to the large, sunny conservatory/dining room from which the garden can be admired. A second wood-burning stove in the kitchen keeps it nice and cosy and it is well-equipped for creating some tasty meals.
The entrance porch provides a warm welcome and has room for storing boots and a spacious double bedroom is laid out on this level, alongside a family bathroom and utility room that complete the downstairs accommodation.
Steep stairs lead upstairs to a second attractive double bedroom, a shower room and a single room that has a full-size single bed but, due to limited head height, may be more suitable for a child or young adult.
Parking for up to two cars is up the drive right by the door and from there a gate leads through to the delightful patio which has plenty of seating and a picnic table. In the enclosed garden the mature plants and trees create a nice sheltered feeling and steps that lead up to the rest of the terraced lawn areas.