Border Cottage, Norham

Border Cottage Crabtree and CrabtreeBorder Cottage is a charming, period house offering spacious accommodation for 6 guests in the delightful village of Norham with a pub and excellent village amenities in easy walking distance and superb walks from the doorstep. Perfect for beats on the Lower Tweed

Downstairs the spacious, light-filled sitting room has an open fire and sumptuous sofas. A cosy snug with wood burner adjoins the eat-in kitchen and offers a more informal space for spending convivial time with family and friends as well as providing an ideal play room for younger guests.

French doors lead from the kitchen to a terrace which provides a sheltered spot for outside dining. The fabulous walled garden is a particular highlight. South facing and with extensive planting, it is a delightful spot to relax and is fully enclosed providing privacy as well as a safe environment for children and dogs. At the rear of the garden is a gravelled parking area accessed via a track with open fields behind.

There are excellent walks from the doorstep both from the rear of the property into a network of walks around fields behind the house and from the front of the house there are riverside walks which run for miles both up and down stream. More information.

 

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