The Old Larder offers a unique opportunity to enjoy the history, beauty and peace of the spectacular Glen Estate, Peebleshire which is located in its own magnificent glen in the Border's Tweed Valley.
Accommodation: 2 bedrooms, 1 double, 1 twin (sleeps 4)
A rare opportunity to enjoy the history, beauty and peace of the wonderful Glen Estate, Peeblesshire which lies in its own exceptionally pretty glen in the Border’s Tweed Valley. Glen House, a Scots Baronial marvel, dates back to the 1850s and its 5,000 private acres encompass classic, nationally listed parklands, sweeping moorland, hills and lochs as well as delightful gardens - a real refuge from the busy world outside. Next door to famous Traquair, the oldest inhabited house in Scotland, this part of the Scottish Borders is a delight both visually and historically.
The Old Larder is as stylish, classic and beautiful as you would expect from this great house with original features such as a vaulted brick ceiling, stone flagged floors, shutters and a stone staircase as well as the all the modern facilities you want - from WiFi to tempting claw foot bath - it is a gem of a house. Furnished with antiques from the Glen House collection, this is a special place and offers great privacy with its views through woodland walks and its own entrance and parking. Whether it is a quiet week away from the city or a romantic retreat for a weekend, the Old Larder is a perfect self catering holiday choice.
Seasonal trout fishing is available by arrangement with the Estate.
Extra refundable cost: Good Housekeeping Deposit £250.00.
Open plan sitting/dining room with French doors to cobbled yard. Kitchen with vaulted ceiling. WC. Door to courtyard.
Gallery, Double bedroom with 4 poster bed and en-suite shower room with WC, and WHB. Twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom with bath, hand held shower, WC and WHB.
|The Old Larder||£550 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.