Located close to Harmony Garden, this peaceful cottage lives up to its name. The views look out over Melrose Abbey, a majestic 14th century ruin, and the Eildon Hills.
Opposite the historic ruins of Melrose Abbey in the Scottish Borders. Inside, original features include flagstone flooring, wooden panelling and original fireplaces in all rooms. As well as its own small paved garden, plant-lovers' paradise Harmony Garden is only a short walk away.
Accommodation details: 2 storey; 2 twin bedrooms; Sitting room; Kitchen; Bathroom with bath and hand-held shower attachment (first floor).
On street and pay & display parking nearby. Free parking in the winter season and evenings.
Additional accommodation can be booked at Harmony, which sleeps 12, and Pear Cottage, which sleeps 2. Both properties are less than a 5-minute walk from Harmony Cottage.
Melrose's history dates back to the Bronze Age. There is still a scattering of brochs in the countryside around the town, possibly a legacy of the Romans for managing the rich sheep grazing on the moors.
The town has a good selection of shops including those selling knitwear, tweeds, books and antiques. There is also a variety of restaurants serving classic Scottish fare in cosy surroundings.
There is no wifi available in this cottage.
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