Bartlehill is a delightful, traditional, stone built semi-detached cottage situated in beautiful rural countryside in the heart of the Scottish Borders. Overlooking the Cheviot Hills, the cottage sits in a quiet, elevated position and affords stunning views over the surrounding rolling countryside.
Set between the lovely Border towns of Kelso and Coldstream, Bartlehill is located along a private road and is the perfect haven to visit with family, friends and/or pets and explore all the borders has to offer.
The cottage, which can sleep up to six guests, has been furnished to a high standard, and is exceptionally well equipped to ensure our guests have all they need for a comfortable and relaxing stay.
Games room with French windows out to views over the Cheviots with full-size table tennis, darts board, and table football. Tennis court available on request.
The living area downstairs is open plan but retains its features and cosiness with its the log burning stove (logs supplied), and ample comfortable seating; there is a 32″ TV and DVD player and free Wi-Fi; a large DVD library suitable for all ages, and a selection of board games, books and local maps to plan trips and walks.
Greenloaning is a delightful traditional semi-detached cottage situated on the edge of the peaceful conservation village of Allanton.
With a large enclosed garden and views over the surrounding countryside it has recently been completely renovated and is traditionally furnished to a high standard. It is very well equipped and offers full central heating as well a log burning stove.
The cottage is perfectly located to enjoy all that the area has to offer including walking; golf; fishing; cycling; riding; the local historic houses and castles such as Alnwick Castle (Harry Potter), Bamburgh Castle on the beach, Floors Castle and Manderston with its silver staircase; the stunning coastline with the pretty harbour at St Abbs, and the lovely beach at Coldingham with its surfing facilities, as well as locally based quad biking, sailing, canoeing, and clay pigeon shooting etc.
In the village itself, and a very short walk away, is one of the best local pubs/restaurants in the area serving real ales and wonderful food (and recently voted in the Times newspaper as one of the top 50 pubs for alfresco dining).