The lounge has an open fire and reclining chairs, a widescreen Sky TV, DVD player. It extends into a sun room which has panoramic views over the Eden and Tweed valleys towards the Cheviot Hills. The spacious kitchen has a large fridge and a round table. Next door is the dining room, accessible through a serving hatch. Also downstairs is a twin room / second sitting room, w.c. and shower, utility room, porch and spacious hall.
Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms; one king size bedroom with en suite bathroom; another king size bedroom with a view extending over farmland to the north leading the eye to Hume Castle ten miles away on the horizon; third double room; cosy twin room. There is a bathroom with an overhead shower and an airing cupboard.
This house is perfect for family get togethers, school or university reunions, parties of fishers, or any group looking for a private house in the countryside, within easy access to Kelso for shopping, eating out and local attractions. There is a colourful garden, tennis court, table tennis, croquet to enjoy. Plum Braes Barn is down the hill if you need extra bed spaces.
There is an on - line booking facility on my website (website: hidden)
Prices include Sky TV, beds prepared, towels, elecricity, oil c/h and logs.oil c/h, logs, fishing and tennis. No hidden extras!
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The booking conditions are also on my website.
Special booking requirements can be considered so please e-mail.
Arrival time is 4 p.m.onwards and departure is 10 a.m.
Last minute enquiries are always welcome.
We can accommodate all lengths of stay please let us know your requirements if it varies from the online booking requirement. I try to be flexible.
Kelso was described by Sir Walter Scott as 'The most beautiful, if not the most romantic town in Scotland'. It has a glorious setting, nestling in the Cheviots, with the River Tweed sweeping round the backs of pretty Georgian cottages and the unusual octagonal parish church. The 18th century cobbled square and handsome townhouses give Kelso the elegant air of a French market town. Today the cobbled square has a wonderful collection of shops...cashmere, finest tweeds, pottery, Honour Murray, Tweedside Tackle, Mitchells Butcher and Delicatessen, and a unique assortment of gift shops.
There are reminders of the towns magnificent medieval past in the ruins of its Romanesque Abbey, built for David I in 1128. It was one of the biggest abbeys in the area before it was razed to the ground in 1545 during Scotlands rough wooing by Henry VIII. Floors Castle is the largest inhabited castle in Scotland and you can wander through spectacular staterooms filled with priceless European paintings, tapestries and furnishings.
For action - new tennis courts, the Tweed cycle way, golf, rugby, racing, horse-riding, curling, ice-skating, fishing, walking, beaches.
For relaxing - several beauty salons, gardens, historic houses, the Border Abbeys, the quaint Roxy cinema.
For nourishment - several good pubs including the Queenshead bistro and the Cobbles, and a superb wine bar, Oscars, are all found in Kelso. Further out of town there is the wonderful Caddy Mans and the Teviot Smokery coffee shop on the Jedburgh Road. Plum Braes Barn has walking etc
Edmonston House is near to the River Tweed three miles from the market town of Kelso on an organic farm with lovely walks and panoramic views, sleeps 6 -12.. 5 bedrooms.Tennis court, table tennis,fishing,croquet, badminton, Sky TV, wifi, wildlife,extensive lawn, BBQ. Perfect for fishing parties, hen parties or a base for exploring the Scottish Borders. Weekends or weeks.