Little Swinton Holiday Cottages
Swinton, Coldstream, Scottish Borders
Little Swinton Holiday Cottages are a pair of period properties outside the village of Swinton. The village is a 10 minute drive from Coldsteam, a historic town that is popular for its Coldstream Civic Week each August. Our cottages are in an ideal location for touring the beautiful Scottish Borders.
About The AccommodationOur cottages are within a tranquil location of unspoilt beauty. Outside is plenty of space where guests can relax, enjoy BBQ’s and dine al fresco. Being situated in the countryside allows you to escape the stresses of modern life.
The Courtyard accommodates up to 5 people. Ideal for a couple or a family as there is a double and a single bedroom plus a double sofa bed. It is very spacious allowing for free movement for wheelchair users. The bathroom has been adapted with a wheel in shower and cloakroom. A fully fitted kitchen includes all your home from home essentials. Should you need space for an extra guest, there is a double sofa bed in the sitting room.
Cotoneaster Cottage is also fully adapted and ramped for wheelchair users. It is spacious and bright and has three bedrooms and sleeps up to seven guests. The accommodation includes a king size bedroom, with an adjoining single bedroom. It is ideal for parents with small children. The kitchen is fully equipped and includes a microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer and fridge/freezer. In the sitting room you will find comfy seating, TV, Sky connection (bring your own box and card) and dining space for seven. The cottage has complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, so you can keep in touch with the office, or plan your next day of adventure. The cottage also has an open fire.
Visiting Swinton & Exploring Scottish BordersSwinton village centre is a short walk from the properties. It is an ideal base when exploring the Scottish Borders. Nearby attractions include:
Lake of the Hirsel.
The attractive town of Kelso, including Floors Castle.
The Scottish Borders has more than its share of interesting places to visit. When you arrive here you will be impressed by the beauty and peacefulness of it all. The River Tweed runs through this beautiful land of rolling hills and the occasional dormant volcanos. Popular with walkers the volcanos include Eildon Hills at Melrose and the Black Hill near Earlston. For the artist with canvas and paint there are endless subjects to capture. Trout and salmon fishing is a major attraction as the River Tweed and its tributaries are excellent for both.
Monks played a major part in the goings on of border folk. They built abbeys to live and work in throughout the borders and there are some fine ruins to see to this day. Roman artefacts and Forts are still being discovered with Trimontium Fort near Newstead being the source of many discoveries. There is a museum at Melrose Abbey where you can see many of the Roman artefacts found.
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Rates: From £190 to £550 per week depending on season & cottage.
Maximum of 7 people in the largest cottage.
Children are welcome.
Pets are welcome.
Disabled access. Fully adapted for wheelchairs.
Off street parking.
Wi-Fi/internet access in all holiday cottages.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Disabled Facilities
Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
Open / Log / Gas Fire
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Call the owner, Sue Brewis on 01890 882173 or, send an email below.