Kelso, Scottish Borders, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Kelso

Home/Apartment
5br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceEdmondston House is very spacious and comfortable with a log fire and oil central heating. It is just three miles from Kelso, a lovely market town. A warm welcome is assured at Edmondston House. A well equipped and very comfortable house with 5 bed rooms and 3 bath rooms, sun room with wonderful views adjacent to the sitting room. Log fire and a large pile of logs and no charge. Sky tv with large screen. Wifi. Tennis court, croquet, table tennis. Huge garden, river walks and fields to amble across. There are otter, kingfisher, barn owl, deer, foxes and many birds to admire. Walk into Kelso for lunch or dinner. There are some lovely eating places or light up the bar b q! Short lets or longer lets. It is 3 miles from Kelso, a delightful market town. Ground Floor: The lounge has an open fire and reclining chairs and extends into a sun room with panoramic views over the beautiful Border countryside. The kitchen is adjacent to the dining room, with a serving hatch. Also downstairs is a twin room + 2 single beds = 4 singles, TV, WC and large shower, utility room, porch and spacious hall. Upstairs: There are 4 bedrooms - one king size bedroom with en-suite bathroom, one king size bedroom with one king size bed + 2 single beds , a double room, and a twin room. There is a second bathroom and an airing cupboard. Guest AccessLarge garden, BBQ, all weather tennis court, organic farm with lovely river walks. Interaction with GuestsI live 3/4 mile away so I can be contacted at any time. The NeighborhoodPeace and quiet, wonderful views, river walks and wildlife and Kelso is just 3 miles away. Getting AroundBuses from Ednam, just 3/4 mile away. Trains to Berwick station (20 miles away) and buses from Berwick to Kelso. Other Things to NoteEdmondston has 5 bedrooms sleeping 10 however there are two single beds in the ground level bedroom so it can sleep 12.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceA romantic little cottage for 2. It has a delightful beamed living room with a sumptuous Laura Ashley sofa beside the wood burning stove and sky TV. French - windows lead out to the south facing patio garden with BBQ and garden furniture. Well equipped galley kitchen with dining table. Bath room with overhead shower. Spiral stairs wind through the wooden beams to the sunny bed room, with a king-size Austrian sleigh bed, french windows and small balcony. Enjoy the sun rising and huge starry skies and admire the beautiful views across rolling farmland to the Cheviot Hills on the horizon. Plum Braes is on an organic Farm with an idyllic setting - The Cheviot hills are on the horizon to the south and the Eildon Hills and Hume Castle south and West. Berwick Train station is 30 minutes drive. There are taxi's to bring you to the cottage or you can hire a car. Guest AccessThe key will be in the door so guests can arrive at their leisure. An estimated time of arrival is helpful. In winter the log burner will be on. Interaction with GuestsI live at the other side of the farm so happy to help with anything and also on e-mail and phone. The NeighborhoodThe peace and quiet yet only 3 miles from the lovely market town, Kelso, with its Abbey and Castle, cobbled square and unique and special shops and eateries. two lovely garden centres also with restaurants of quality. Tennis court, lovely river walks through our organic farm, bird watching and wildlife. Lots to see and do only if you want to! Getting AroundTrain to Berwick and bus from there. Buses around the Borders. Kelso is only 3 miles so walking is fine as there is a good path all the way. Other Things to NoteAny length of stay is welcome. The cottage has folders with things to do in the Borders.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGarden Bank is a 4 star cottage on an organic farm with beautiful views just 3 miles from Kelso. View out over fields from Garden Bank Garden Bank Cottage is a self catering cottage with one double room and one twin room (both en suite with showers and no bath). Ground floor. It has a contemporary open plan living room with a small kitchen / dining area, wood burning stove and French - windows out to the decked garden. It has uninterrupted views over beautiful rolling countryside to the Cheviot hills. It has a double bed room with a King size Austrian sleigh bed en - suite shower room and a twin bedded room + shower room. Garden furniture, charcoal bar b q, new all weather - tennis court, river walks and wild life. Kelso has unique shops and lovely eating places. It has easy walking access and is disabled (wheel chair) friendly. One small dog welcome. Garden Bank Cottage is on ground level with lovely views across lovely countryside to the River Eden and the Cheviot Hills on the horizon. Garden Bank has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. (showers and no baths). The double is an en suite with an Austrian sleigh bed. The large wet room is adjacent to the twin bedroom. The beds are prepared and towels are provided. The sunny sitting room / kitchen has south facing french windows, with a wood burner and a dining table and chairs for 4. The kitchen is new for 2015, with a fridge and freezer, microwave, electric cooker and slow cooker. The new south facing patio has un-interrupted views over Cliftonhill. The views are special. Relax on the recliners. Garden table and chairs. Charcoal barbeque. Garden Bank is wheel chair friendly. The Laundry has a washing machine, iron, ironing board, soap powder and all cleaning stuff. There is a huge pile of logs from fallen trees – help yourselves. There is a basket in the cottage to start you off. Guest AccessThe key will be in the door so guests can arrive at their leisure. An estimated time of arrival is helpful. In winter the log burner will be on. Interaction with GuestsI live at the other side of the farm so happy to help with anything and also on e-mail and phone. The NeighborhoodThe peace and quiet yet only 3 miles from the lovely market town, Kelso, with its Abbey and Castle, cobbled square and unique and special shops and eateries. two lovely garden centres also with restaurants of quality. Tennis court, lovely river walks through our organic farm, bird watching and wildlife. Lots to see and do only if you want to! Getting AroundTrain to Berwick and bus or taxi from there. Buses around the Borders. Kelso is only 3 miles so walking is fine as there is a good path all the way.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceOld Nenthorn Cottage is a cream coloured former Dairy Building (more recently used as a stable) that has been lovingly developed into a spacious one bedroom cottage. The accommodation comprises: *Large and light Kitchen/Living Room with double ceiling height so really attractive *Designer fully fitted kitchen with brand new appliances including dishwasher, gas hob and electric oven, integrated fridge with small freezer section, microwave and all the utensils your stay will require *Washing machine/tumble dryer *Wooden flooring *Gas central heating plus a new Charnwood (top of the range) woodburning stove with logs for your stay *Two wall mounted TVs *Attractive sitting area with views through double glazed doors towards garden and rolling countryside *Sofa bed if required next to woodburning stove *Large bathroom with new 4 piece suite including comfortable bath and overhead waterfall shower *Large Feather and Black mattress and bed - extremely high quality *Designer light fittings This is a very comfortable property which has been thoughtfully designed and created, specifically for holiday letting purposes. Upon arrival you will be greeted with a welcome pack and from then on we hope your stay will be a wonderful and memorable one. Guest AccessThe guests drive past the main house and then park in the parking area provided next to the cottage. The cottage has its own private garden with direct access to the stream. The guests are welcome to walk past the main house and up the driveway should they wish or can simply cross the paddocks situated directly in front of the main house. Interaction with GuestsThe guests will be greeted upon arrival (unless other arrangements have been made). The owners will assist them with any queries they may have and try to make their stay as special as possible. The NeighborhoodTucked away in a hidden oasis of glorious Scottish Borders countryside this idyllic country cottage is truly a remarkable place to stay for a few days or even longer. Situated in a small hamlet in the heart of rolling countryside with a small stream running along the foot of the garden (down a gentle bank) this really is a charming hideaway for nature lovers or those wishing to 'get away from it all' for a couple of days. Even better is the knowledge that Kelso is only a short drive away should some light shopping or dining out be desirable! There is an attractive and spacious garden leading down to the stream as well as a terraced area with stylish outdoor furniture for those wishing to relax or dine outside. This is extremely private and not overlooked. We own woodland nearby and you don't need to use a car to enjoy the multiple walks in the surrounding area. You can leave on foot and return after hours of exploring, without needing to go on a main road. The countryside is varied and beautiful with flat ground for those who prefer it or lots of hills for those wanting something more rigorous. The cottage is situated in an exceptionally beautiful part of Britain, surrounded by stunning countryside and with access to some of the best fishing in Europe on the River Tweed. There is an abundance of fascinating history in the area and Floors Castle, with all its amenities, is only 2 miles away. For the more commercially minded, Springwood Park and all the events held there are only a short drive away. Walking, biking, birdwatching, historic forays, horse riding (there is a riding school in Nenthorn Village), excellent golf courses (The Roxburgh is just outside Kelso), outstanding fishing and much much more is all readily available. And not forgetting that Edinburgh and all it has to offer is a mere 50 mins drive away ... Getting AroundRegular buses run from Kelso to Berwick-upon-Tweed (train station and the coast), Edinburgh to the North and to the South. A short taxi to Kelso will cost no more than £7.00 and this can be arranged for you on request. We allow 40 minutes to get to Berwick for the train or Edinburgh airport is an hour and 10 minutes away. Other Things to NoteThe cottage is in the process of completion and is not available to let until May 2015. We are taking bookings now as the inside is complete, however there is still some landscaping and external rendering to finish prior to occupation. The furnishings and fittings are of the highest quality with a Farrow and Ball paints, Feather and Black bedroom furniture, linen curtains and a Charnwood wood burning stove. This has been an exciting project and we are delighted with the results.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Gym
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceOur premier room is located just 15 minutes walk from the town square where there's a good selection of bars and restaurants. The room is located at the side of the main house. It has its own private entrance and en-suite shower room, there is a smart TV mounted on the wall giving access to full Free-View channels & catch up TV. You will receive a key on arrival and you are welcome to come and go as you please. The rear of the property is South East facing so captures the full morning sun. We have provided a small outdoor sitting area accessed direct for your room. There is a small table and chairs ideal for those who wish to have there continental breakfast out-doors. We offer a continental breakfast, this is on a self-service bases and is included in the price. Breakfast: There is separate breakfast/games room, tea and coffee making facilities, toaster, microwave oven. A good selection of cereals, bread, pastries, yogurt and fruit available. Guest AccessYou will have access to our breakfast/games room. This room is fully central heated and located at the foot of the rear garden, it houses a second shower room with WC & wash basin, gym equipment, full size snooker table, dart board, seating area with music radio/CD Player selection of music CD's, 40" TV Free Veiw, Wii games console with Wii fit board. We only have one letting room so you will only ever share this space and its facilities with our-selves. This is a great space to chill out, and have fun. Interaction with GuestsThe snooker room is used by myself each Wednesday evening with friends, you are more than welcome to join in. The NeighborhoodWe are situated in a small private residential estate mostly made up of bungalows, just 15 minutes walk from the town centre where you will find many Bars and Restaurants. The local supermarket is just 5 minute walk. Getting AroundThere is a local bus service, which runs between the main Border Towns. The nearest railway station is Berwick upon Tweed this is 20 miles East of Kelso. Other Things to NoteSecure space is available for your walking equipment, fishing gear, Golf equipment, Motorcycle/Cycles Etc.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceCockle Kitty Cottage is a perfect place to stay providing excellent facilities for cottage self catering in the Scottish Borders near Kelso! Spring,Summer, Autumn or Winter! It is situated in a quiet corner of the Scottish Borders on an organic farm. It has a comfortable sitting room/dining room with sky TV, two sofas and a tub chair beside the wood burner and a round rose wood table to enjoy meals sourced from the wonderful butchers and fish shop in Kelso. The hemmel arch window allows the morning sun to bathe the sitting room/dining room in light. Starry skies are a delight also. The kitchen is well equipped and has a door onto the patio where you can relax on the new recliners and light up the barbeque and enjoy a magical view. One field away is the Eden water perfect for relaxing by, paddling, fishing and birdwatching. Play tennis on the lovely all weather tennis court or book some coaching for beginners or experienced players.LTA qualified coaching. Kelso is only 3 miles away and is a lovely market town with lovely shops an Abbey and Floors Castle (that offers wonderful meals in the cafe terrace). I live on the organic farm and I am here to offer suggestions where to go and must do's in the area. Guest AccessWifi, Sky TV, all heating included in rate and it is a very warm cottage. Logs, river walks, lovely views, organic farm, fresh eggs, all weather tennis court. Interaction with GuestsI live on the farm and I am always please to suggest eating places and attractions to visit. The NeighborhoodPeace and quiet. Views. River walks. Kelso,a beautiful market town is just 3 miles. It has an Abbey, Floors Castle, lovely shops and eating places. Getting AroundBus, taxis, Other Things to NoteCottage wifi (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
house
Excellent
9 reviews
3br house
    Our holiday homes are centrally located in the beautiful market town of Kelso. It is an ideal central base for Fishermen, Golfers and Walkers or anyone wishing to stay in Kelso. Goshen Cottage offers a modern and stylish feel with a fully equipped and high standard kitchen for all your entertaining needs, a wood burning stove for those chilly nights and a beautiful walled & decked garden to sit out and enjoy during the warmer months complete with seating and a BBQ area. Goshen Cottage comfortably sleeps 5 people in our feature Double Room with an adjoining single room next door. A unique pull-out double bed in the lounge area and a further single room. Our homes are exceptionally equipped to a high standard to ensure your stay is a pleasant one. In addition the property provides a dishwasher, washing machine & tumble dryer and free wifi. It is a real home from home and you'll come away with lifelong memories to share with your family and friends The area is renowned for its beautiful scenery which can be sampled on the many walks in all weather conditions. A unique self catering centrally located property, ideally situated just a few minutes walk from the town centre of Kelso. Recently renovated with a homely feel, making it a relaxing place to stay. Guests will receive a complimentary welcome pack making a great start to your self catering holiday.
    cottage
    1br cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    DOG LOVERS IDYLL. Old Nenthorn Cottage is a cream coloured former Dairy Building (more recently used as a stable) that has been lovingly developed into a spacious one bedroom cottage with its own private garden leading down to the Eden Water. Wonderful walks from your doorstep! The accommodation comprises:*Large and light Kitchen/Living Room with double ceiling height so really attractive*Designer fully fitted kitchen with brand new appliances including dishwasher, gas hob and electric oven, integrated fridge with small freezer section, microwave and all the utensils your stay will require*Washing machine/tumble dryer*Wooden flooring*Gas central heating plus a new Charnwood (top of the range) woodburning stove with logs for your stay*Two wall mounted TVs*Attractive sitting area with views through double glazed doors towards garden and rolling countryside*Sofa bed if required next to woodburning stove*Large bathroom with new 4 piece suite including comfortable bath and overhead waterfall shower*Large Feather and Black mattress and bed - extremely high quality*Designer light fittingsThis is a very comfortable property which has been thoughtfully designed and created, specifically for holiday letting purposes. Upon arrival you will be greeted with a welcome pack and from then on we hope your stay will be a wonderful and memorable one. There is so much to see and enjoy in the area. Within the local area you have: * Floors Castle (5 minute's drive away) - this is the largest inhabited castle in Scotland is one of the leading visitor attractions in the Scottish Borders and home to the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe and their family. * Mellerstain House (a brisk walk or short drive away) - this is the grand design among Scotland's finest stately homes, has been open to the public for over 50 years. Discover the history of Mellerstain and enjoy the fabulous paintings, embroidery, china and furniture collections and be inspired by the friendly atmosphere and romantic location of one of Scotland's greatest Georgian houses. Complete your visit with a stroll through the beautiful gardens and around the Mellerstain Lake. * Manderston House - this is the supreme country house of Edwardian Scotland, boasting 56 acres of stunning grounds and the only silver staircase in the world. Here you'll find a house that was extensively rebuilt and remodeled between 1901 and 1905 on an unlimited budget: and what emerged was the very best available at the time. * The newly refurbished and locally celebrated Abbotsford House (the home of Sir Walter Scott) * Harestanes (a fantastic outing for all the family) * Paxton House - Originally built for Patrick Home, Laird of Wedderburn and his intended bride, Sophie de Brant, Paxton House has a sad and interesting history. The house boasts a restored Georgian Kitchen, a renovated children's nursery full of Victorian and Regency era toys and games and the largest private picture gallery in Scotland.
    apt. / condo
    Excellent
    4 reviews
    4br apt. / condo
      Centrally located in Kelso, Scottish Borders above a town centre bakery. The Bakehouse provides boutique style accommodation with a feature double bedroom with a French Style Rococco Bed, with an additional smaller feature room with a 4ft bed and two further single rooms. Newly refurbished with a modern kitchen fully equipped for all your entertainment needs. With a small outside courtyard you can enjoy an early morning coffee with freshly baked bread from the bakery or a chilled glass of wine in the evening. Ideally located for anyone wishing to visit the town of Kelso.
      cottage
      2br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      Cockle Kitty Cottage was converted from a barn and is in a quiet and very beautiful part of the Scottish Borders with the River Eden meandering through our organic farm. It is heated with a wood biomass and a log burner. The spacious sitting room / dining area has an enormous arch-shaped French window facing East, perfect for basking in the morning sun. It is adjacent to the kitchen both south facing so very sunny. One double room and one The kitchen has a door leading out to the patio with garden furniture and breathtaking views over beautiful rolling hills. The double bedroom has a king-sized Austrian sleigh bed, and in common with the twin room next door, sunny south facing views over to the Cheviot hills twelve miles away. There is one bathroom with an over-head shower. Cockle Kitty Cottage has a dishwasher, sky tv, dvd, .Linen, towels and logs provided. Shared washing machine, washing line, iron and ironing board on site. Relax on the recliners and admire the view and enjoy the peace and quiet! It is special. I am a local lass so very happy to recommend places to visit also good places to eat. We live at the other end of the farm so handy for any advice. 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, , Tweedside Tackle, Lee's Butcher and delicatessen, Wylie the butcher , fish shope, many clothes and shoe shops 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. Cockle Kitty is a lovely cottage on an organic farm in the Scottish Borders only 3 miles from Kelso, converted from a barn. 4 stars.Wood burners. Private garden with recliners, BBQ and lovely views. Sky TV, All weather tennis court. Lovely river walks, birdwatching. Cockle Kitty,a lovely cottage on an organic farm,wood biomass,log burner.Lovely views, walks. Tennis,fishing
      farmhouse barn
      5br farmhouse barn
        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! o book on line please go to my website (website: hidden) or 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.
        cottage
        2br cottage
          Garden Bank Cottage was converted from a barn with two ensuite bedrooms.One double room and one twin room. Showers. All rooms are on the ground level. It has a contemporary open plan living room with a small kitchen / dining area, wood burning stove and French - windows out to the south facing decked garden with wonderful views over the Tweed valley to the Cheviots on the horizon . Garden Bank is a really warm cottage with oil central heating and a wonderful log burner fire making Garden Bank a great choice for winter breaks. There is always a pile of logs with no charge. Garden Bank is on Cliftonhill Farm which is organic and we produce oats and sheep. Garden furniture, charcoal bar b q, new all weather - tennis court, river walks and wild life. Kelso is 3 miles away and has a pavement all the way in to Kelso. Sir Walter Scotts once described it as 'The most beautiful, if not the most romantic town in Scotland' It has easy walking access and is disabled (wheel chair) friendly and children friendly too. 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, , Tweedside Tackle, Lee's Butcher and delicatessen, Wylie the butcher , fish shope, many clothes and shoe shops 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. Garden Bank Cottage, near Kelso, is on an organic farm in the Scottish Borders. It has wonderful views across the Tweed valley. A perfect cottage for fishermen and families. It has a wood burning stove, bbq, oil c / h, garden furniture and all weather tennis court.
          barn
          1br barn
            If you want to find a secret and quiet corner then visit Plum Braes Barn. On the West of the Barn there is a charming cottage for two. From the bed you can look out of french windows to rolling countryside and the Cheviots on the horizon. Heated by wood biomass and log burner - so cosy! Spiral stairs. The Scottish Borders Fall under the spell of the beauty and enthralling history of the Scottish Borders. Discover a gentler pace of life amid the sweeping valleys, emerald forests and heather-clad moorlands of this outstanding part of the world. With excellent local food and drink, a range of outdoor pursuits and a flourishing cultural scene, the Scottish Borders will captivate you from the moment you arrive. Lose yourself amongst the spectacular scenery of the Scottish Borders and experience a wonderful array of things to see and do. Take in the dramatic history and vibrant culture of the land of Sir Walter Scott at ruined castles and exciting festivals, uncover a wonderful arts and crafts scene, witness the Scottish Borders Common Ridings, enjoy delicious local produce and explore miles of rolling hills, leafy valleys and the beautiful Berwickshire coast. Relax on the sumptious pink Laura Ashley sofa by the log burner or on the sun trap patio with wonderful views over our organic farm to the Cheviot Hills on the horizon. Play tennis, enjoy river walks and wildlife. Breathe in the clean air and starry skies. Wifi, sky TV. We grow organic oats and grass for lambs. Open all year. Perfect for winter breaks as so cosy with the biomass heating.
            house
            Excellent
            2 reviews
            5br house
              Our rooms are recently refurbished with individually designed en suite facilities. Most of our furnishings are antique and are chosen to reflect the original style of this Georgian riverside house. Each room is named after the river or one of it's tributaries. All rooms are equipped with TV, DVD and CD/Radio alarms. Up to ten people can sit around the oak dining table in front of the period marble fireplace. We accept dogs on the understanding that no dogs go on the furniture and that owners pick up after their dogs. If required we can staff and cater the property for an additional fee. Please note that school holidays will be charged at High Season rate of ÂŁ1600/week or pro rata - minimum stay 4 nights Kelso is situated at the confluence of the Tweed and Teviot rivers and is the site of the 12th century Abbey. The cobbled town square has a Flemish feel to it unique to the Scottish Borders. Situated on the outskirts of Kelso and open to the public, Floors Castle is the home of the Duke of Roxburgh. It provides a worthy experience for more than just a rainy day. The are many other country houses within a short drive including Manderston, Paxton House, and Traquair House. It is but a short drive to the historic fortified town walls of Berwick. Edinburgh is an hour away by car.
              house
              Excellent
              14 reviews
              3br house
                Claremont is a Victorian stone property with high ceilings and good sized rooms. Abbotsford Grove is a quiet area of the town, close the river Tweed and only a flat 2 minute walk away from all the amenities offered by this picturesque market town.It is an ideal base for fisherman, golfers, walkers, adventurers, shoppers, cyclists - indeed anyone who feels like a break in the historic Scottish borders. There is a gym close by.Recently refurbished, Claremont is a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom property, with parking for 3 cars and a small side garden and rear courtyard.The entrance hall leads to the spacious living room (TV, Freeview, DVD etc) which includes a double Chesterfield sofa bed and a coal effect gas fire. There is a dining room off the sitting room with a large table that seats 6 people. A spacious twin bedroom with en-suite shower room is also located on the ground floor.The kitchen is fully equipped and the back door off the kitchen leads to a small rear courtyard which leads to the side garden. The courtyard can also be accessed by the rear gate which in turn gives easy access to one of the local supermarkets. The entrance hall also gives access to the cellar.The staircase off the hallway leads to the second floor off which are the two further bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin ) each with its own bathroom. Prices include VAT. Kelso lies at the meeting point of the Tweed and Teviot rivers and is one of the most attractive and unspoiled towns in the Borders. Notable features are the 12th Century Abbey, the Flemish style cobbled square, Floors Castle and the old bridge across the Tweed. The town has good sporting facilities and many quality shops. The area has much to offer those interested in country pursuits with fishing on the Tweed and is an increasingly sought after location within the Borders. Located just over the Border in Scotland, Kelso is 1 hours drive from the A1 north of Newcastle and South West of Berwick upon Tweed. Many east coasts trains stop at Berwick station which is 30 minutes by road (taxi or hire car) from Kelso. It is also approximately 1 hour by road from Edinburgh airport. Sir Walter Scott called Kelso the 'most beautiful, if not the most romantic' town in Scotland. Kelso currently has a population of just over 6000. It has many great shops (traditional & modern) varying from delicatessens through to countryware, supermarkets etc. You can virtually buy anything you need in Kelso and it’s a great place to shop for unusual gifts. There is a gym close by. Kelso also has a number of good eating places and takeaways as well as a surfeit of good pubs. The historic Ednam House Hotel, just 2 minutes from Claremont is worth a visit, particularly if you are a fisherman as it is steeped in salmon fishing history. Kelso also has 2, 18 hole golf courses, an ice rink, rugby, cricket and football clubs, as well as one of the oldest and friendliest race courses in the UK. More information on what’s going on in and around Kelso can be found at the following website: http://www.kelso.bordernet.co.uk/ Claremont is a recently refurbished Victorian semi detached Scottish Villa located within a short walk of Kelso town centre and the River Tweed. Being a west facing property Claremont enjoys good natural light throughout the day.
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                3br cottage
                  Millsyde, special & spacious with a relaxed country style, has soothing space for six. Tucked away in a blissfully peaceful corner of our family farm, between the River Tweed and Eden Water, just a couple of miles downstream from the delightful market town of Kelso. Millsyde is surrounded by walks, wildlife and wonderful views. In easy reach of the Border hills, the spectacular Berwickshire and Northumberland coast; there are Castles and Keeps, Abbeys and Great Houses, Gardens and Countryside, Rivers and Golf Courses to explore nearby! Whether you are exploring, fishing, cycling, walking, riding, or just looking for some-where to relax - Millsyde is special! In a great position for discovering both sides of the Border country, hills, coast, or having a day in Edinburgh, about an hour away! We have lots of photos both inside and out on our own Hendersyde web site. For best prices & up to date availability visit (website: hidden) Prices include - All linen and towels. Fuel and Wi-Fi. If you have any questions - don't hesitate to get in touch - I'll be happy to help - Sue. Kelso just has to be one of Scotland's most attractive country towns! Standing at the junction of The Tweed and Teviot Water, the cobbled market square is surrounded by a great selection local shops, galleries, places to eat and delightful river side walks. There's always a buzz about the town with a great variety of events at The Border Union Show Ground. Activities and attractions at Floors Castle, National Hunt Racing, Kelso Civic Week, musical gatherings and the farmers market. Nearby golf courses abound! The Roxburghe Championship Course, Kelso Golf Course and Race Course are just at the end of the farm road! The Hirsel Course and Country Park are only 8 miles away, at Coldstream. You're always welcome at Hendersyde, our family farm, which lies between the River Tweed and Eden Water near Kelso. The 4 Star holiday cottages all stand in peaceful spots, surrounded by walks, wildlife & wonderful views to Northumberland - perfect exploring & relaxing! For inspiration, offers and availability, look on our Hendersyde web site.
                  cottage
                  Excellent
                  12 reviews
                  1br cottage
                  • Pets Allowed
                  Burnbrae set in the heart of the Scottish Borders, is quiet and peaceful yet only 3 miles from the historical town of Kelso with its majestic abbey, delicous restaurants, large cobbled square. The self catering one-bedroom cottages were sympatheticaly created by conversion of our farm steading. Each cottage is all on one level, light and airy with plenty of space,ideal for 2 extra beds available, please ask, generously equip for 2 or 4. From the dining area of the living room, there is direct, level access to a south-facing conservatory with magnificent views across the secluded garden, river and the Tweed valley to the Cheviot hills and the border between Scotland and England. Watch the fantastic native wildlife including deer, hares, our resident heron and woodpecker from your cottage. The light and airy living room has a wood burner for which we supply wood. Come and cosy up infront of the fire after a great day out exploring the local historical houses and gardens. Come and cycle the quiet Border roads or explore the beautiful area walking direct from your cottage. The cottage has a heated drying room and on site is a lockable cycle shed. Any start day any length of stay. Prices quoted are for 7 or 3 nights please contact us for other lengths of stay. Prices are for 2 people and include Wi-fi, electricity, heating, wood for wood burner, bed linen and towels. ÂŁ5 per night per extra person. Burnbrae is located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, 3 miles from the picturesque, abbey town of Kelso. Kelso is regarded as one of the most charming and beautiful towns in the Scottish Borders complete with cobbled streets, large market square, elegant Georgian buildings and of course the River Tweed and Teviot which are well known for their spectacular fishing. Kelso has many fantastic restaurants and a farmers market. The farmers market and musical events are held in the square. The local area has many golf courses including Kelso, the Roxburgh and the Hiersel. The Kelso Race course is between Burnbrae and Kelso, near Floors Castle. The Border Union Show Ground in Kelso has many different types of events. Kelso Civic Week is held in July each year. Warm and spacious one bedroomed self catering holiday cottage, all on one level. Burnbrae provides everything for a perfect Self Catering Holiday. Located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, 3 miles from the picturesque, historical town of Kelso and the River Tweed. Self catering 1 bedroomcottage is ideal for 2, private south facing conservatory with fantastic rural views.
                  cottage
                  Excellent
                  19 reviews
                  3br cottage
                  • Pets Allowed
                  Kersmains Cottage is a beautiful 4 star self catering cottage set within its' own private garden on our farm. Spacious and homely with a touch of luxury, Kersmains provides the ideal rural escape with a modern twist. Just 3 miles from the quaint town of Kelso. A very warm welcome awaits you......... With Floors Castle, Scotland's largest inhabited castle nestled nestled on the outskirts of Kelso among acres of stunning estate land, it provides a must-see attraction for visitors to the area, along with its' delectable little cafe, garden centre and gorgeous gardens. The Scottish borders also boasts many of Britain's best cycle routes, country houses and of course our famous 4 abbeys steeped in ancient history. During the Spring and Summer months, the River Tweed is alive with fishermen making the most of some of the world's best salmon fishing spots, and the walks along the riverside will just take your breath away. The famous Melrose Rugby 7s tournament takes place in April and brings teams and spectators from around the world to battle it out for the much coveted title of Melrose 7s Champions, and the town is also host to the well known Borders Book Festival in June bringing many famous authors and entertainers to Harmony Garden. Kelso as a market town hosts a farmers market in the cobbled square on the last Friday of every month where you can sample the finest foods from local producers and of course take some home! There is so much to do and see in the Scottish Borders at any time of year that visitors are very rarely disappointed.
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                  2br cottage
                    Just over 2 miles downstream from the delightful market town of Kelso, in the heart of The Scottish Borders. East Cottage at Hendersyde Farm, is a perfect spot to relax & unwind, in peace & tranquillity. One of a trio of traditional farm cottages, standing on their own lane, surrounded by walks, wildlife & wonderful views over The Tweed Valley to The Cheviot Hills in Northumberland. The cottages are in a great position for exploring both sides of the border! You can walk the walks, golf the courses, cycle the side roads, fish the rivers, visit a host of historic buildings or just relax in a real home from home at Hendersyde! Bring bikes, golf clubs or fishing rods - there is storage space in the secure out-houses. Fishing is in easy reach The River Tweed is only two fields away, golf courses abound in the Borders and there are a myriad of cycling and walking opportunities over hundreds of square miles of forests, woodland, heather-clad hills and 1,200 miles of quiet country roads to explore! Our own Hendersyde web site has information about all the activities and places to visit in the area! You'll not have to go far to discover both sides of the Border Country, Coast & charming Border towns such as Kelso, Melrose, Peebles and Berwick-upon-Tweed - all easily reached along quiet country roads. You'll be close enough for a day in Edinburgh too! Alnwick in Northumberland (where Harry potter was filmed!) is under an hour away too! There are also castles such as Floors, at Kelso and great houses like Traquair, Mellerstain, Abbotsford, the fairy-tale home of Sir Walter Scott to visit. Wonderful picnic spots command the most incredible views of the Tweed and Eildon Hills. Or you could head to the stunning coastline, for miles of golden sands and secluded rocky coves that remain almost deserted, even in the summer months. Some of our favourite spots include the stunning beach at Bamburgh, miles of pristine sand, popular for walking, riding and surfing; the magnificent views from the cliff top walks at St Abb's Head and the Holy Island of Lindisfarne....the list goes on ! There are baskets full of information, inspiration & routes to travel in the cottage, as well as the chance to use our web site as a guide - Wi-Fi is provided in all the cottages! For best prices & up to date availability visit (website: hidden) Prices include - All linen and towels. Fuel and Wi-Fi If you have any queries don't hesitate to get in touch - I will be happy to help Sue The Scottish Border country offers great opportunities for walking or riding over this land of rivers and hills; strolling through glorious gardens such as Dawyck, Kailzie by Peebles, where Osprey are shown live on web-cam. Or popping over the border to visit Alnwick Castle and Gardens in Northumberland, Cragside, Bamburgh, Lindisfarne and the beautiful Northumberland coast. You can feel the history of castles, abbeys and great houses. Have a day in Edinburgh - or Newcastle. Cycle quiet roads or hurtle down the mountain bike runs at Glentress, you'll certainly feel the glow! From the stunning coast, St Abbs Head, Lindisfarne, The Farne Islands and Bamburgh Castle, to the Border Hills, the space, light and views will take your breath away! On a creative note - the Borders oozes creative talent! Craftsmen working with cashmere, wool, wood, glass, clay, metal, pencil and paint have found inspiration here. Over 80 local craft workshops, galleries and exhibitions welcome you! See the Crossing Borders link on our web site. At the end of the day you can return to the warmth and comfort of Hendersyde, a genuine home from home!
                    b&b
                    Excellent
                    34 reviews
                    1br b&b
                      Our private boutique B&B offers a peaceful haven for couples to relax and unwind in spacious and comfortable surroundings. With its' own private entrance, library lounge with log burning stove and light bright conservatory overlooking the beautiful farmhouse garden, The Bothy offers the feel of a private cottage with the luxury of B&B service. Whether you are after a romantic retreat or a simple escape to the country, The Bothy has just what you need. Just 3 miles from the quaint cobbled market town of Kelso, and riverside walks in stunning countryside on the doorstep, The Bothy never fails to impress. The quaint cobbled market town of Kelso is just 3 miles from Kersmains, and offers a host of unique boutique shops, award winning restaurants and of course the famous Kelso Races ('Britain's friendliest race course'). Floors Castle and Kelso Abbey offer some ancient history as well as breathtaking sights, and visitors just love watching the salmon leap along the River Tweed from Teviot Bridge. If golfing is your favoured sport- then the championship Roxburghe Golf Course lies just across the river, and is a short 10 minute drive from Kersmains.
                      cottage
                      3br cottage
                        If you are looking for a peaceful place to stay in the Scottish Borders, where you'll be surrounded by walks, wildlife and wonderful views - Hendersyde might just be the place for you! Millsyde is a new Contemporary Country 'cottage' - with soothing space for six - where you can relax in comfort and style! We also have a trio of Traditional Farm Cottages, which sleep four, with discounts for couples. Availability displayed here is for Millsyde. To find farm cottage availability please see our own Hendersyde web site or send me an enquiry, I'll be happy to help!. Five minutes downstream from the delightful market town of Kelso, the cottages are in a great postition for exploring The Scottish Borders and Northumberland or having a day in Edinburgh. Standing in blissfully peaceful positions at the end of their own lanes, between the world famous River Tweed and Eden Water, they are a perfect base for relaxing, wandering across the farm and by the waterside. For masses of information, inspiration, photos, up to date availability, prices and offers have a look on our own Hendersyde web site In Millsyde - the contemporary country cottage - we welcome 3 night short breaks or longer! Entry days are generally Friday, Monday or Tuesday. In the Traditional Farm Cottages - any day - any length of stay - you'll be welcome! For full price lists, discounts, up to date availability, with the option to book online see our own Hendersyde web site. (website: hidden) 3 miles East of Kelso, south of Edinburgh and north of Newcastle. Maps and directions on our (website: hidden) web site
                        cottage
                        Excellent
                        2 reviews
                        1br cottage
                        • Pets Allowed
                        Begrum cottage is a well equipped, light & airy, spacious holiday cottage in the heart of the Scottish Borders, peaceful spot 3 m N of Kelso. Easy reach coast, hills, Edinburgh. Private, south-facing conservatory, garden and patio with views to Tweed valley & Cheviots. Log burning stove. Free Wi-Fi. Begrum cottage has one bedroom with twin beds which can be arranged as a 6" double bed in the bedroom and a double sofa bed in the living room. Heating throughout & log burner in living room. All of the rooms are on the same level, with level access from the large, private car park. You can bring your car close to the main entrance of each cottage for loading. Relax in your private south-facing conservatory, or in a recliner on the patio, watching the wildlife, admire the garden, walk in our fields and along the riverside or snuggle-up in front of your cosy log-burning stove. Begrum cottage has a living room with ample space for comfortable seating and also dining. The separate kitchen is well equipped with fridge freezer, hob and combination oven. The bathroom has a shower over the bath. There is a lockable cycle shed and a separate laundry with washing machine and tumble drier for the use of guests. Each cottage has a heated drying room. We again scored 100% (5 star excellent) for cleanliness and management when inspected by Visit Scotland. Burnbrae is within 60 minutes drive from Edinburgh, & 50mins drive from fishing villages, superb coastal scenery, Border towns, Cheviot and Ettrick hills. Ideal for visiting the many abbeys, gardens and stately homes which are found nearby (Floors Castle and Mellerstain are just a few minutes away). Just 3 miles from Kelso with its splendid square, magnificent abbey ruins and individual shops and a wide selection of places to eat. The quiet country roads are a joy for motorists and cyclists alike. More adventurous mountain bikers can test their nerves on the Glentress trails. For the less daring, the Borders offers a wide variety of golf courses, fishing, horse-riding, walking - from strenuous hikes up the Cheviot to peaceful strolls amongst the splendid Borders scenery - or admiring the textiles, pottery, woodwork and paintings on show in the numerous studios and galleries to be found within the area.....and you can return to relax in the peace of Burnbrae. The owners live on site and enjoy helping guests with information and other assistance. We hope to have the opportunity of welcoming you to Burnbrae. Price quoted is for 2 people in one cottage and includes Wi-Fi, electricity, heating, wood for wood burner, bed linen & towels, unless otherwise stated. Extra person ÂŁ5 per person per night. Begrum has a 4 ft wide sofa bed in the living room. ÂŁ10 per dog per stay (max 2) Please pay upon arrival for your dog. Burnbrae is located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, 3 miles from the picturesque, abbey town of Kelso. Kelso is regarded as one of the most charming and beautiful towns in the Scottish Borders complete with cobbled streets, large market square, elegant Georgian buildings and of course the River Tweed and Teviot which are well known for their spectacular fishing. Kelso has many fantastic restaurants and a farmers market. The farmers market and musical events are held in the square. The local area has many golf courses including Kelso, the Roxburgh and the Hiersel. The Kelso Race course is between Burnbrae and Kelso, near Floors Castle. The Border Union Show Ground in Kelso has many different types of events. Kelso Civic Week is held in July each year. Begrum Cottage is a one bedroomed warm & spacious well equipt cottage, all on one level from car park. It has a south facing, private conservatory from which to watch the wildlife, & admire the fantasic views over the cottage garden, Eden Water to the Cheviot Hills. Well behaved dogs are welcome in Begrum cottage. They must not be left unattended in the cottage or garden.
                        cottage
                        Excellent
                        1 review
                        1br cottage
                          Thairn cottage is idealy located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, quiet and peaceful yet only 3 miles from the historical town of Kelso with its majestic abbey, delicious restaurants, large cobbled square. Thairn has private, south-facing conservatory and patio overlooking, the cottage garden with views to Tweed valley & Cheviots. Log burning stove. Free Wi-Fi in your cottage. Thairn cottage is all on one level, light and airy with plenty of space, (ideal for 2, extra beds available, please ask,) generously equip for 2 or 4. There is room in the bedroom for an extra bed or travel cot. Or the extra bed can bed in the large living room. Thairn cottage has one bedroom with an extra long double bed. There is central heating throughout & log burner in living room. All of the rooms are on the same level, with level access from the large, private car park. Cars can approach close to the main entrance of Thairn cottage for loading. Relax in your private south-facing conservatory, or in a recliner on the patio, watching the wildlife, admire the garden, walk in our fields and along the riverside or snuggle-up in front of your cosy log-burning stove. Thairn cottage has a light & airy living room with ample space for comfortable seating and also dining. The separate kitchen is well equipped with fridge freezer, hob and combination oven & conventional oven. The bathroom has a separate shower & bath. On site there is a lockable cycle shed and a separate laundry with washing machine and tumble drier for the use of guests. Each cottage has a heated drying room. We again scored 100% (5 star excellent) for cleanliness and management when inspected by Visit Scotland. Within 60 minutes drive of Edinburgh, & 50 mins drive from fishing villages, superb coastal scenery, Border towns, Cheviot and Ettrick hills. Ideal for visiting the many abbeys, gardens and stately homes which are found nearby (Floors Castle and Mellerstain are just a few minutes away). Just 3 miles from Kelso with its splendid square, majestic abbey ruins and individual shops and a wide selection of places to eat. The quiet country roads are a joy for motorists and cyclists alike. More adventurous mountain bikers can test their nerves on the Glentress trails. For the less daring, the Borders offers a wide variety of golf courses, fishing, horse-riding,(riding stables next door), walking - from strenuous hikes up the Cheviot to peaceful strolls amongst the splendid Borders scenery - or admiring the textiles, pottery, woodwork and paintings on show in the numerous studios and galleries to be found within the area.....and you can return to relax in the peace of Burnbrae. Price quoted is for 2 people in one cottage and includes Wi-Fi, electricity, heating, wood for wood burner, bed linen & towels, unless otherwise stated. We charge ÂŁ5 per night per extra person, Burnbrae is located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, 3 miles from the picturesque, abbey town of Kelso. Kelso is regarded as one of the most charming and beautiful towns in the Scottish Borders complete with cobbled streets, large market square, elegant Georgian buildings and of course the River Tweed and Teviot which are well known for their spectacular fishing. Kelso has many fantastic restaurants and a farmers market. The farmers market and musical events are held in the square. The local area has many golf courses including Kelso, the Roxburgh and the Hiersel. The Kelso Race course is between Burnbrae and Kelso, near Floors Castle. The Border Union Show Ground in Kelso has many different types of events. Kelso Civic Week is held in July each year. Thairn cottage is one bedroomed, warm & spacious, in the heart of the Scottish Borders, peaceful spot 3 m N of Kelso. Easy reach coast, hills, Edinburgh. S-facing conservatory, garden and patio with views to Tweed valley & Cheviots. Log burning stove. All on on 1 level. Thairn cottage is pet free & smoke free.
                          cottage
                          Excellent
                          1 review
                          1br cottage
                            Mungo's Well cottage is a well equipped, light & airy, spacious holiday cottage in the heart of the Scottish Borders, peaceful spot 3 miles N of Kelso. Easy reach coast, hills, Edinburgh. Private, south-facing conservatory, garden and patio with views to Tweed valley & Cheviots. Log burning stove. Free Wi-Fi. Mungo's Well cottage has one bedroom with a 6" wide double bed which can be arranged as twin beds. There is heating throughout & log burner in living room. All of the rooms are on the same level, with level access from the large, private car park. Cars can approach close to the main entrance of Mungo's Well cottage for loading. Relax in your private south-facing conservatory, or in a recliner on the patio, watching the wildlife, admire the garden, walk in our fields and along the riverside or snuggle-up in front of your cosy log-burning stove. Mungo's Well cottage has a light & airy living room with ample space for comfortable seating and also dining. The separate kitchen is well equipped with fridge freezer, hob and combination oven. The bathroom has a shower over the bath. On site there is a lockable cycle shed and a separate laundry with washing machine and tumble drier for the use of guests. Each cottage has a heated drying room. We again scored 100% (5 star excellent) for cleanliness and management when inspected by Visit Scotland. Within 60 minutes drive of Edinburgh, & 50 mins drive from fishing villages, superb coastal scenery, Border towns, Cheviot and Ettrick hills. Ideal for visiting the many abbeys, gardens and stately homes which are found nearby (Floors Castle and Mellerstain are just a few minutes away). Just 3 miles from Kelso with its splendid square, majestic abbey ruins and individual shops and a wide selection of places to eat. The quiet country roads are a joy for motorists and cyclists alike. More adventurous mountain bikers can test their nerves on the Glentress trails. For the less daring, the Borders offers a wide variety of golf courses, fishing, horse-riding,(riding stables next door), walking - from strenuous hikes up the Cheviot to peaceful strolls amongst the splendid Borders scenery - or admiring the textiles, pottery, woodwork and paintings on show in the numerous studios and galleries to be found within the area.....and you can return to relax in the peace of Burnbrae. The owners live on site and enjoy helping guests with information and other assistance. We hope to have the opportunity of welcoming you to Burnbrae. Prices quoted are for 3 nights and 7 nights. Please enquire for other lengths of stay. Price includes Wi-Fi, electricity, wood for wood burner, bed linen and towels. Burnbrae is located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, 3 miles from the picturesque, abbey town of Kelso. Kelso is regarded as one of the most charming and beautiful towns in the Scottish Borders complete with cobbled streets, large market square, elegant Georgian buildings and of course the River Tweed and Teviot which are well known for their spectacular fishing. Kelso has many fantastic restaurants and a farmers market. The farmers market and musical events are held in the square. The local area has many golf courses including Kelso, the Roxburgh and the Hiersel. The Kelso Race course is between Burnbrae and Kelso, near Floors Castle. The Border Union Show Ground in Kelso has many different types of events. Kelso Civic Week is held in July each year. Mungo's Well is pet free & smoke free.
                            cottage
                            2br cottage
                              Owl cottage is a newly restored mid terrace former farm cottage built around 1895. Situated near a working farm in rolling Borders countryside and only a few miles from the Scottish/English Border. The property is an ideal base for exploring the Scottish Borders and stunning Northumberland coast. The delightful market town of Kelso with the world famous Junction Pool is 5 miles away and the magnificent festival city of Edinburgh is just over an hours drive. The surrounding area is a walker and cyclists paradise with lovely walks right from the cottage door. The property is 3 miles from Kirk Yetholm which is at the end of the renowned Pennine Way. Come and toast your toes at our log burner..... Have a look round inside Owl Cottage by viewing our video on our Lowland Lettings site. Short break prices are as follows: 3 nights 70% of weekly price 4 nights 80% of weekly price 5 nights 90% of weekly price 6 nights 95% of weekly price. All prices and availability can be found on our Lowland Lettings website. Please contact us for an individual quote and ask about any special offers we may have.
                              Bedroom
                              Bedroom
                              • Wifi
                              • Breakfast
                              • Parking
                              The SpaceLovely bedroom with access to kitchen and help yourself continental breakfast. Guest AccessEnjoy a spacious house with sun room and panoramic views, kitchen, fridge, Interaction with GuestsI live down the road about 1/2 mile and always pleased to advise where to eat locally.
                              Bed & Breakfast
                              2br Bed & Breakfast
                              • Wifi
                              • Breakfast
                              • Parking
                              The SpaceWe are a traditional B&B you will be staying in our home as we like it and hopefully so will you! The rooms have tv and hostess trays. Free range hens are always around, the Donkeys come in from the fields in the morning for their breakfast, and of course lots of sheep of several different kinds. When I have time I spin so several hand spun blankets about the place. Guest AccessThe garden is large with a pond for newts, frogs, toads and any thing else you can spot. I do try hard but every year the weeds get ahead of me. A lane to the side of our fields makes a nice walk to a wood and of course Hume Castle is in walking distance. Interaction with GuestsAs much as our guests would like, we are always around. The NeighborhoodHume is a very pretty little hamlet with its Castle on the hill. Kelso is 7 miles away with all the amenities you would need. Getting AroundThere is no public transport we are in a rural location your own transport is essential. Other Things to NoteEntrance not before 4pm unless a request has been made, leaving around 10am on the morning of departure.
                              Bed & Breakfast
                              1br Bed & Breakfast
                              • Wifi
                              • Breakfast
                              • Parking
                              Abbeyside is a large comfortable bungalow, in a secluded wall garden, on the original grounds of Kelso Abbey. Just two minutes walk from town centre, river tweed.
                              b&b
                              1br b&b
                                SPECIAL OFFER... A three night break at £145 There's a cleaning charge of £12 per stay. Cost of one night £55 + £12 + Site Charges. Cost three nights £145 + £12 + Site charges. This deal can be offered if you contact us with your dates and we will send you a quote which you can accept and save. Our premier room is located just 15 minutes walk from the town square where there's a good selection of bars and restaurants. The room is located at the side of the main house. It has a large zip & link bed which can be made up as a large double or twin beds, choice is yours. It has its own private entrance and en-suite shower room, there is a smart TV mounted on the wall giving access to full Free-View channels & catch up TV. You will receive a key on arrival and you are welcome to come and go as you please. The rear of the property is South East facing so captures the full morning sun. We have provided a small outdoor sitting area accessed direct for your room. There is a small table and chairs ideal for those who wish to have there continental breakfast out-doors, more information and pictures can be obtained by visiting our website. We offer a continental breakfast, this is on a self-service bases and is available in the breakfast/games room. Breakfast: There is tea and coffee making facilities, toaster, microwave oven. A good selection of cereals, bread, pastries, yogurt and fruit available. The breakfast/games room is located at the bottom of the rear garden this is available to our guests, we only have one letting room so the games room is only shared by our selves and we don't use it very often. This is a great space and you will find something in it to keep you occupied for some time. Previous Guest Review: Janet & Allan are great hosts, nothing was to much trouble. They are there if you require anything, but not hovering about you! The bedroom and bathroom are spotless and have all you require, the bonus is their games room which you have the use of. There is a full sized billiard table and dart board and a kitchenette with fridge for the beers. Once you have enough of the games there is a good sized T.V. Sandie and I really enjoyed our stay here and hope to return when next in the area.
                                Home/Apartment
                                3br Home/Apartment
                                • Wifi
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                                The SpaceThe Turret House offers you a fabulous opportunity for self-catering rental accommodation in a holiday cottage of tremendous character and history, refurbished by the National Trust and beautifully restored to a charming and welcoming home. 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. 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. Guest AccessGuests have full access to all of the property Interaction with Guestsowners are available for help advice The NeighborhoodIf you wish simply to unwind and relax in a holiday cottage of character then the Turret House is the perfect choice. However, it is also an ideal base for the many activities and events that take place in and around Kelso and the Scottish Borders. Fishing, golf, cycling, walking, riding, curling and ice-skating are all available locally and in addition the town hosts a lively and varied programme of events throughout the year. Getting AroundOne hour by car from Edinburgh to the North and a similar distance from Newcastle to the South. Nearest railway stations are Berwick-upon-Tweed on the East Coast mainline from London to Edinburgh, or Tweedbank on the new Borders Railway (from September 2015). Approaching Kelso from the South, cross the old Rennie Bridge over the River Tweed (you’ll see Floors Castle to your left). Take the first left after the bridge (opposite Kelso Abbey) into Abbey Court, where you will find unrestricted parking. The Turret House is on your left. Other Things to NoteHistory of Turret House The Scottish Borders is an area studded with reminders of its turbulent and often bloody past. Castles, abbeys, towers and fortresses punctuate the now peaceful landscape where in years gone by the infamous Border wars raged. Because of its position at the meeting place of two beautiful rivers, the Tweed and the Teviot, Kelso has always held an important place in Borders history. Springing up around the 12th Century Kelso Abbey (just around the corner from the Turret House), the town developed into a thriving market place. 'Horsemarket' and 'Woodmarket', two of the cobbled streets radiating from the town's elegant main Square are reminders of some of the trades that were once carried out there. Today the horse sales have moved out of the town to nearby Springwood Park but the clatter of horses' hooves on cobbles can still be heard during the town's annual festival week in July when several 'ride-outs' to the surrounding countryside take place. The Turret House sits comfortably in this old market town and has its own story to tell. As John Palmer, a boatman and the original occupant, carved his initials above the front door in 1678, he could never have imagined what changes would take place to his humble single-storey cottage on the banks of the River Tweed, over the next 300 years. During the next century and a half two further storeys and the imposing stone turret were added. These and the many other original features in the Turret House are protected for the enjoyment of generations to come by an agreement with the National Trust. Boatman John Palmer has of course long gone, as have many of the other past occupants that came after him and called the Turret House home, including James Kirkwood, a school teacher in the late 17th Century and Katie Bennet who opened a sweetie shop in the ground floor in the 1920s. Restored by the National Trust for Scotland, Turret House, KelsoA self-catering holiday allows you to take a place in the Turret House time-line where, even with the comfort of the modern conveniences that today's visitors expect, you will still feel the sense of history as soon as you pass under the lintel that John carved all those years ago. Visitors will find more details of the past occupants of the Turret House when they arrive and there is a selection of local history books for you to browse through. We hope that you will leave your own memories of this very special holiday cottage in our guest book and record for posterity your part in the history of the Turret House.
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                                The Space5 bedrooms which can be let out as one or up to 5. Guest AccessBedroom, kitchen, sitting room, sun room, dining room, garden, Interaction with GuestsI live down the road so happy to passion local knowledge! The NeighborhoodPanoramic views over the Scottish Border countryside. Organic farm. Peace and quiet. Tennis court. Getting Around3 miles from Kelso, a wonderful market town, with great eating places. Other Things to NotePublic places are shared with other guests.
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                                  Central Apartment Kelso offers accommodation in Kelso. The unit is 46 km from Bamburgh. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. The kitchen comes with a dishwasher. Towels and bed linen are featured at Central Apartment Kelso. Berwick-Upon-Tweed is 33 km from Central Apartment Kelso, while Seahouses is 49 km from the property. The nearest airport is Edinburgh Airport, 70 km from Central Apartment Kelso. We speak your language!