Originally the grain store for a flour mill, Duncanhaugh Granary sits near the Bowmont Water a mile from Yetholm and 7 miles from the popular town of Kelso.
Beautifully refurbished to the highest standards, the cosy sitting room has a wood burner to supplement the oil-CH, a stylish dining kitchen and an elegant double bedroom with en suite shower. It makes a charming retreat for a couple in search of a relaxing holiday amid superb scenery. Outside there is a delightful suntrap garden (furniture).
St Cuthbert's Way, which runs between Melrose and Lindisfarne, crosses the hill opposite the cottage, and the Pennine Way ends just a couple of miles away at Kirk Yetholm. Good walking country, then, and also great for cycling, riding, fishing and touring.
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