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63 Rosetta Road is a terraced cottage situated in the village of Peebles in Scotland. Hosting two bedrooms; a king-size and a twin, along with a family bathroom, this property can sleep up to four people. Inside you will also find a kitchen, and an open plan sitting and dining area. To the outside is off road parking and a small patio at the rear and a shared raised lawn.
Versatile self catering accommodation, book a room(s), an apartment, or the building. En-suite rooms in the heart of the Tweed Valley, a short stroll to cafés, shops, pubs and restaurants. Many walks from the door, advice and maps available. Proper drying room and laundry facilities. 35 miles to Edinburgh by bus or a bus to Border rail at Galashiels. Really no need to use a car if you do not want too. Great cycling area too on quiet roads.
An hour south of Edinburgh, set by the side of the beautiful River Tweed on the edge of the Border village of Walkerburn, this south-facing spacious holiday cottage enjoys uninterrupted views of the river and the hills beyond. Ideal for carefree family holidays or friends, it is very comfortably furnished with a good sized, enclosed garden surrounding. Take relaxing walks along the river or more strenuous hikes up into the hills from the doorstep.
Almost impossible to find, this delightful terraced cottage is tucked away in a quiet area along a short pedestrian lane, 5 minutes’ walk from Peebles High Street and only 23 miles from Edinburgh. There is a welcoming living room with a wood burner, a roomy kitchen with a farmhouse-style table, and a small sitting-out area to the rear of the house.
Beautifully situated in glorious rolling countryside with views eastwards down the valley towards Broughton Heights, this charming, detached holiday cottage is light, bright and spacious - a most welcoming retreat for couples and families in the Scottish Borders region. Ideal for birdwatchers, some 32 species of birds have been spotted in the pretty garden, and the historic market town of Biggar is just 3 miles away, with its large number of independent shops, cafés, restaurants specialising in local produce, and its vibrant arts and crafts culture.
Coachmans Cottage is a cosy retreat situated near the village of Peebles, Scotland. Hosting three bedrooms; two first floor twins, and a ground floor twin, along with a ground floor bathroom and cloakroom, this property can sleep up to six people. Inside you will also find a kitchen, utility, and a lounge/diner with a woodburning stove. To the outside is off-road parking, bike storage, and an enclosed south-facing garden with furniture.
Set on the edge of woodland, Maynes Lodge is privately situated just 4 miles from the charming market town of Biggar, and ½ a mile from Symington village where there is a local shop and a traditional country house hotel which serves food and welcomes non-residents. The detached, single storey cottage has a living room with a wood burner, a well-equipped kitchen/dining room and two good sized bedrooms, all furnished in a contemporary style.
Set in the midst of fabulous rolling countryside with far reaching views over the surrounding hills, this comfortable, contemporary, semi-detached apartment is adjacent to the owners’ home. Single-storey, it is situated on the edge of a smallholding with sheep, midway between the picturesque market town of Biggar and the small village of Broughton, 3 miles away and home of Broughton Brewery and a tea room, doubling as a local pub at the weekend.
Kintyre Cottage is a terraced bungalow in the heart of Broughton in the Scottish Borders. It has one king size zip/link as well as a bathroom, the cottage can sleep two people. Also inside there is a kitchen and a living dining room. To the outside there is a rear garden with a patio seating area and a shared lawn. Kintyre Cottage is homely and perfect for a romantic retreat in a delightful Scottish village.
East Lodge is a semi-detached house set in the village of Walkerburn in the Scottish Borders. It has three bedrooms including a king size, a family room with a double and a single and a zip link twin room, all with en-suite facilities and there is a cloakroom, the cottage can sleep seven people.
Conveniently situated on the edge of Skirling village, within the extensive grounds of the owner’s arts and crafts home, this pretty detached cottage, with lofty beamed open plan living space complete with cosy wood burner, also has a comfortable sun room which looks out into pretty woodland surrounding the garden. Very comfortably furnished and decorated to provide a welcoming base from which to enjoy this lovely area of rolling hills and fine views.
In a tranquil setting at the southern end of the Pentland Hills and just 22 miles from Edinburgh, this delightful holiday cottage is ideal for an ’away from it all’ break. Situated on a working sheep farm, there is hill walking from the doorstep. A wealth of local attractions include historic Traquair House, magnificent gardens at Dawyck and Kailzie, golf 3 miles, Peebles 11 miles, Biggar 8 miles and Clyde Valley 17 miles. Beach 30 miles. Shops, pubs and restaurant 5 miles.
Beautifully situated beside a pretty river wending its way through the lovely Borders town of Peebles and only 20 miles from Edinburgh. This cosy mid terrace holiday cottage is the perfect peaceful spot for watching the ducks, or as a base from which to enjoy the city and the excellent hill walking nearby. Wide variety of pubs and restaurants, interesting local shops, art galleries and craft shops in walking distance. Lovely circular walk along the River Tweed to Neidpath Castle, or mountain biking at Glentress. Renowned fishing locally.
Boasting stunning views over rolling countryside, this charming holiday cottage is situated in the lovely Tweed Valley between the picturesque towns of Peebles and Biggar. Ideally located to explore the Scottish Borders, Dumfries and Galloway, and South Lanarkshire, with the cities of Edinburgh, 30 miles, and Glasgow, 50 miles. Also ideal for exploring such attractions as the conservation village of New Lanark, Falls of Clyde, 20 miles, Glentress Mountain Biking Centre or Traquair House, 15 miles.
Sitting within the southern upland hills, this detached country cottage in a secluded rural location is the ideal base to enjoy a peaceful holiday and explore the countryside, with many walks right on your doorstep, yet Edinburgh is less than an hour by car. Biggar, 7 miles, offers craft and food shops along with museums. Peebles, 11 miles, has restaurants and theatre. Neidpath Castle sits by the River Tweed, which flows through the town. Shop, post office and bistro/pub 2 miles.