Berwickshire Cottages

Stonebank House, Lamberton, near Berwick, Berwickshire cottages

  • Sleeps: 10
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Pets: 2
  • For Berwickshire cottages this well-appointed property is just what is needed if you want a relaxing and charming base to explore all the delights of the Scottish borders and the stunning Northumberland coast. The traditional property oozes character and a rustic aura, although stepping through the doors you will certainly feel like you are entering another realm as that is where all the tradition stops.

    As soon as you enter the cottage you will see that a contemporary eye has been cast over the décor and furniture as all the rooms are stylishly furnished to a high and modern standard and all accentuate light, space and pure class. With neutral colours used throughout, this place is perfect for everyone who wants to relax in an environment that has been thoughtfully furnished.

    With beautiful sea views and lush countryside all around, this property has the best of both worlds- traditional features that highlight the property’s history, as well as a new contemporary feel throughout.

    In terms of rooms, there is a sitting area with a wood burner, a master bedroom with an additional sitting room and en suite shower room as well as another double bedroom. There are also two twin bedded rooms and a dining room that has a sofa bed that sleeps two also.

    This property provides bags of space for all the family to enjoy and has a sizeable and well equipped kitchen with breakfast area as well as a utility room and cloakroom and a bathroom and WC with separate shower cubicle.

    Weekly prices from £414

    West Lodge at Mellerstain, Berwickshire

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 2
  • In close proximity to the delightful Mellerstain stately home – one of the finest in Scotland –and set in parkland that surrounds it, West Lodge is one of three warm and cosy properties that are designed with comfort and relaxation in mind.

    As well as commanding great views and providing excellent opportunities for walking, the accommodation is also the ideal base for just sitting and enjoying the location.

    The charming cottage was built in the eighteenth century and is glorious both inside and out – the stone work is also in good condition and provides a great example of a traditional property stepping up to the mark and making a warm and nice place to stay.

    As well as comprising a cosy sitting room with an open fire, there is also a dining room, two bedrooms (one double and one twin) and a well equipped kitchen, the cottage is also a good property to choose if you like making the most of the summer evenings as it has its own garden with superb views towards the Cheviots.

    Weekly prices from £268

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