Holiday Homes and Cottages in
Northumberland, the Scottish Borders and East Lothian

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Byre Melrose, Scottish Borders

Elegant and light filled, this fantastic two bedroom barn conversion sits in a peaceful spot which is just perfect for relaxing. A stay at the Byre offers style, sophistication and plenty of comfort.

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Coledale Stables Kelso, Scottish Borders

Tucked in a private spot yet perfectly positioned in the heart of this charming market town, this light-filled stables conversion with stunning ceiling-suspended wood burner has instant wow factor. 

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Crailing Coach House Jedburgh, Scottish Borders

10% discount available on 7+ night stays over Christmas and New Year.

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Old Pickle House Kelso, Scottish Borders

The charmingly named Old Pickle House is a hidden gem tucked just a few steps away from the picturesque cobbled market square of Kelso.

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Braeburn Cottage Jedburgh, Scottish Borders

Set amidst beautiful countryside on a private country estate, a stay at Braeburn Cottage offers endless rolling hills, a toasty fire and peace perfect peace. 

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The Cowshed Slaggyford, Northumberland

Tucked away in the North Pennines, The Cowshed sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with stunning scenery and wildlife right on the doorstep. 

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Coldstream Coach House Coldstream , Scottish Borders

10% discount available on 7+ night stays over Christmas and New Year.

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Bowmont Cottage, Crookhouse Wooler, Northumberland

10% discount available on all remaining dates between now and 20th December 2019.

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Mallow Lodge Bamburgh, Northumberland

Evocative of the natural beauty of Scandinavian design, this fantastic lodge forms part of a unique development within an oh-so-striking setting, just two miles from Bamburgh and never-ending sands.

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Dryburgh Stirling Two St. Boswells, Scottish Borders

Built in the early 19th century, Dryburgh Stirling Two with its ornate orchard gate and turrets was originally part of the aristocratic folly of the 11th Earl of Buchan.

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