The Turret House offers a fabulous opportunity for self-catering accommodation in a holiday cottage of tremendous character and history, refurbished by the National Trust and beautifully restored to a charming and welcoming home.
With a 1678 carved lintel, its very own stone spiral staircase and views to 12th century Kelso Abbey, the Turret House is full of extraordinary period detail.
Spacious rooms, comfortable and well-equipped, with full central heating, free Wifi, and unrestricted parking in a quiet cul de sac a few steps away from the famous River Tweed – a perfect base to explore this delightful corner of Scotland.
Equally suited for couples or families, the Turret House, Kelso, is a self-catering holiday rental sleeping up to 6. In addition a cot for under two year olds is available on request.
The accommodation is on three floors.
Ground floor - Kitchen, Dining room & cloak room
First floor - Large sitting room, Double en suite
Second floor - Twin bedroom, Kingsize double (or second twin if required) and family bathroom
There is a pleasant and private little courtyard garden to the rear of the house. Unrestricted parking is available in Abbey Court.
The Turret House is situated in Abbey Court, a quiet and pretty no-through street in the Borders town of Kelso. Partially cobbled, a short path leads down to the banks of the River Tweed where you can watch anglers cast for salmon on the world famous Junction Pool. Even if the fish aren't biting you can always catch a glorious view of Floors Castle from this spot.