Charming traditional period cottage, positioned just a stone’s throw from the famous River Tweed, one of the world’s great salmon rivers and a short stroll from the historic picturesque town square.
Set in the thriving market town of Kelso where the rivers Tweed and Teviot come together. Full of history and architecture, from the cobbled square with its bull ring to the Abbey ruins that sits across the water from Floors Castle. This busy market town offers many a good restaurant, traditional pubs full of character and an assortment of galleries, artisan and boutique chops. For the keen golfer there are two good course nearby Kelso Golf Club and the Championship course at Roxburghe. Other attractions close by include Heatherslaw light railway, the jail at Jedburgh Castle, the race course at Kelso and the Teviot Smokery and Water Gardens to name but a few. In the evening why not stroll into the town and enjoy a meal or a glass of wine after a busy day.
2019 Local Events (subject to availability/change):
- Borders Art Fair 15th -17th March 2019
- Kelso Civic week and ride outs 14th - 20th July 2019
- Folk Festival - 6th to the 8th September 2019
- The Great British Food Festival - Floors Castle 14th & 15th September 2019
- Oktoberfest 21st October 2019
The front hallway leads you into the traditional and charming period cottage, to the light and bright lounge with TV and DVD player, electric effect wood burner; a selection of DVDs, books, games and dining space with seating for five, from here you enter the well-equipped kitchen with gas oven and hob, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer, with access out to the church square. Heading up the cottage stairs you are met with the delightful bathroom, with hand held shower over spacious corner bath and WC. Next to the bathroom, also on the first floor is the double bedroom, with DAB radio and lovely views overlooking St. Andrews Church. Continuing up the traditional winding stairs to the second floor you are met with a charming twin bedroom.
Venturing outside there is a lovely cobbled area with seating at the front of the house, overlooking the delightful church square where you can sit and watch the world go by whilst having a drink, catching up and deciding what to do tomorrow! There is also a lovely garden at the church opposite which is open for public use. Ample roadside parking available.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.