Norham, Coldstream, Scottish Borders
Boathouse Cottage stands on its own by the banks of the River Tweed. At the end of a quiet country lane, this self catering holiday cottage is about half a mile from the centre of Norham village. Located between Berwick-upon-Tweed and Coldstream on the Scottish border it is an ideal holiday cottage for exploring the Scottish Borders and North Northumberland.
AccommodationYou enter Boathouse Cottage through an enclosed entrance porch giving direct access to a new and spacious kitchen and dining area. The kitchen is comprehensively equipped. The dining area has matching settings for six persons but is large enough to seat 8 to 10 persons with additional settings provided.
Sitting Room & Downstairs Bedroom - The lower ground floor is entered down two easy steps to an inner hall from where you can enter the living room, one twin bedroom, and one shower room with wash hand basin and loo.
The living room has stunning views both up and down the river. With a proper fireplace and comfortable seating, you can relax after an active day.
A DVD player and TV.
Board games and books.
Excellent river and woodland views.
Upstairs Bedrooms & Bathroom - An open work staircase leads to the upper floor with one double bedroom (with extra single bed), one twin room and a bathroom.
This gives sleeping accommodation for seven. All windows are double glazed and there is central heating throughout the house.
All guest rooms face the front and have views of the River Tweed and beyond.
It has its own garden and commands superb views to and across the river as well as up and downstream. Behind the cottage is a bank with mature woodland. Visitors stand a good chance of seeing a wide range of wildlife during their visit.
Visiting Norham & Exploring the Scottish BordersOur lovely cottage has easy access to a number of waymarked quiet country walks and footpaths along the Tweed and into the surrounding countryside. Enjoy seeing the local wildlife. Tweed defines the Border here so you can walk in England or Scotland. If you’re bringing bicycles why not try the Tweed Cycleway which you can join across Norham Bridge. Or you can hire bikes locally from Wilson Cycles Tel: 01289-331476. Norham itself has a rich Border History, with historic St Cuthbert’s church a “must see”. The village is dominated by the ruins of Norham Castle, scene of many famous events. There are two pubs, a village shop and a newsagent and an excellent butcher you’ll find most things you need in the village during your stay.
Short breaks from £270 - please enquire for details
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Rates: From £350 to £975 per week depending on the season.
Maximum of 7 people.
Children are welcome.
Off street parking.
4 Star Visit Scotland.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Pets Accepted
Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
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Call the owner, Susan & Alexander Dalgety on 01289 382300 or, send an email below.