A warm, well-presented, town centre property ideal for families, groups and fishing parties with excellent amenities on the doorstep.
A spacious home away from home
Ideally placed for golfing in the stunning parkland setting of The Hirsel; salmon fishing on prime lower Tweed beats; scenic walking in the National Park and just a twenty minute drive from the stunning Northumberland heritage coastline.
The Antlers’ spacious accommodation is presented in a cosy country style with a comfortable sitting room and convivial dining kitchen opening onto a small, sheltered patio garden with outside dining area.
Upstairs are four individually-styled bedrooms which provide good flexibility with two rooms offering zip and link beds in addition to two double rooms. Two of the bedrooms are en suite and the other two share a family bathroom with feature bath. Children will enjoy spotting the antlers which feature throughout the house in many different guises!
10% discount available on all remaining 7 night stays in July.
Sitting room with 'living flame' effect stove, deep leather armchairs and a comfortable sofa. flat screen TV with Freeview and DVD player. Selection of DVDs, games and books provided.
Spacious dining kitchen with large range cooker with two ovens and 5 ring gas hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, plenty of storage space, dining for 8 guests, door to the patio garden. CD stereo system.
Large under stair cupboard with gun cabinet.
Bedroom one with zip and link beds which can be configured as a super king or 3’ twin beds, wardrobe and chest of drawers.
En-suite shower room with walk in shower, basin and WC.
Bedroom two with 4’ 6” bed, large fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers.
En-suite shower room with walk in shower, basin and WC.
Bedroom three with 4’ 6” bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers. Views over the rear garden.
Bedroom four with zip and link beds which can be configured as a super king or 3’ twin beds, wardrobe and chest of drawers. Views over the rear garden.
Family bathroom with clawfoot bath with handheld shower, basin and WC.
There is a small fully enclosed, patio garden to the rear of the property with furniture for outside dining.
There is free on-street parking on the High Street very close to the cottage. There is also a free car park directly opposite and another further down the High Street.
Children & Babies
Two travel cots and one highchair are available on request.
Regretfully The Antlers is not suitable for dogs.
The beds are made up with hypoallergenic duvets and pillows. A hairdryer is supplied in the master bedroom. Bath sheets and hand towels are provided for all guests. Guest soap and shower gel are provided.
Wi-Fi & Mobile Coverage
Wi-Fi is not available. Mobile coverage is good on most networks with most receiving 4G.
Gas central heating throughout.
The Antlers is in the centre of Coldstream with excellent amenities on the doorstep and the degree of privacy and background noise as one would expect from a town centre property. The ground floor is double glazed which minimises any noise from the street.
Coldstream is a quaint but bustling little town sitting on the north side of the River Tweed right on the Scottish/English Border. It has an incredibly rich past, giving its name to The Coldstream Guards, the oldest serving regiment in British military history, and sits close to Flodden Field, site of the infamous battle of 1513.
Surrounded by superb countryside with wonderful views, yet with Coldstream’s shops, pubs and cafes right on the doorstep, guests to this area get to experience the best of both worlds. The shopping here is small and friendly with a good mix of independent outlets running the length of the High Street.
The Coldstream Gallery is a lovely spot to browse art, ceramics and jewellery by local artists and designers, or pop into Calico Interiors for lifestyle gifts and accessories before coffee and cake at the charmingly named ‘Mad Hatter’ nearby. There is a family butchers, bakery and small Co-op supermarket for holiday provisions, or head to the Cornhill Village Shop (1.5 miles) for scrummy picnic lunches, hampers, local produce and home baking. More extensive shopping and amenities can be found in the picturesque town of Kelso (9 miles) which is also home to the 12th Century Abbey, Floors Castle, the Roxburghe Championship Golf Course and National Hunt Racing.
For eating out, you will receive a cheery welcome at The Besom Inn on the High Street for traditional pub fayre, or The Collingwood Arms at Cornhill is an elegant setting for lingering lunches or fine evening dining. A little further afield, the Allanton Inn at Allanton or the Wheatsheaf at Swinton are both renowned for serving dishes full of fresh local flavours amidst relaxed, convivial surroundings.
For general recreation and walking, The Hirsel Estate and Country Park is a gem of a spot sitting just on the edge of the town with artisan workshops, a small museum, cosy tearoom and lovely waymarked walks around the lake and through estate parkland. In springtime, acres of snowdrops and daffodils blanket the grounds, and The Dundock Path is particularly stunning in late May or early June when the rhododendrons and azaleas burst into glorious colour. The woodland and riverside trails are wonderful in all seasons with an abundance of bird-watching and wildlife spotting opportunities including otters, kingfisher and over 170 different bird species. Visit in autumn and you will be rewarded with sensational colours and the sight of thousands of geese, ducks and gulls making their way to overwinter on The Hirsel Lake.
There are eight other designated walking routes around the area ranging in length from 1.5 miles to 11 miles, taking in town features such as the Coldstream Museum, Henderson Gardens, Flodden Memorial and panoramic viewpoints over the River Tweed. For those seeking high energy treks or mountain biking, a short drive of 6.5 miles will take you to the edge of the Northumberland National Park where you can experience the endless traffic-free trails and dramatic landscape of the Cheviot Hills.
With prime Lower Tweed beats just a few minutes' drive from the house, including Birgham, The Lees, Learmouth, Tillmouth and Lennel, the property is an ideal base for fishing parties. Salmon fishing - day rods or weekly lets - can be booked through FishTweed, and permits for brown trout and grayling fishing are available from the newsagents in the town or the Cornhill Village Shop. For golf fans, The Hirsel is an 18 hole, par 70 course in a scenic parkland setting on the outskirts of the town and features wide generous fairways but with some tricky hazards which will both challenge and delight! Visitors are very welcome and golf packages can be tailored to suit all requirements.
For sightseeing, the property is an ideal base for exploring the Tweed Valley, with its magnificent countryside steeped in a turbulent and romantic history and punctuated by imposing castles, including Floors, Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh, Thirlestane and Alnwick, the evocative ruins of abbeys at Kelso, Melrose and Dryburgh and the grand stately homes and gardens of nearby Paxton, Manderston and Mellerstain.
The stunning Northumberland coast is just a twenty minute drive with miles of pristine sandy beaches perfect for rest or play. With plenty of family-friendly activities, including horse-riding, body-boarding, canoeing, surfing or a simple game of beach cricket, there really is something for everyone. Edinburgh is within easy driving distance, just over an hour by car or 45 minutes on the train from nearby Berwick-upon-Tweed.
From the lush green uplands to shimmering sea, the area boasts a hugely diverse and enticing landscape that is perfect for exploring on foot. From gentle rambles to long-distance hikes, there are a vast array of trails and waymarked routes for newbie walkers or experienced alike.Find Out More
Children and families
Here at Crabtree & Crabtree, we like to think we’ve pulled together some rather nifty ideas to keep tots to teens happy and entertained during your stay.Find Out More
Welcome to the realm of the king of fish, the mighty River Tweed. Every year thousands of Atlantic Salmon make their way up river, an annual odyssey that is one of nature's miracles.Find Out More
There are 40 golf courses in Northumberland, and another 21 in the Scottish Borders offering visitors an incredibly wide and varied range of golfing options.Find Out More
Historic houses and castles
With more stately homes, castles and historic sites here than you can shake a proverbial stick at, visitors are quite simply spoilt for choice.Find Out More
If your passion is beautiful gardens a visit to our area will not disappoint. Spend a little time here and discover some spectacular gardens through the ever changing vista of the seasons.Find Out More
Museums, galleries and culture
Our museums tell the story of Borders people and provide a unique insight into our region’s heritage and culture, such as the turbulent past of the Border Reivers or the tragic tale of exiled Mary Queen of Scots.Find Out More
Cycling & mountain biking
Whether you ride fast or slow, on-road or off-road, there is something uniquely special about enjoying some outdoor time on two wheels. Here in the region we have something for everyone from high-energy mountain biking blasts to gentle forest paths the whole family can enjoy.Find Out More
For sheer variety alone Northumberland and the Scottish Borders are irresistible to any gun.Find Out More
Shopping, arts and crafts
We are extremely fortunate to have a region where independent shops are king, and to have an area flowing with creativity through its talents in arts, crafts and textiles.Find Out More
Horse riding is intrinsically linked to the history and heritage of the area and goes right back to the 13th and 14th centuries where townspeople would ride the clan’s boundaries to protect their common lands. Thankfully our riding pursuits today are not quite so dramatic!Find Out More
Local food and drink
Our region is a delectable foodie heaven! From quality local producers to fine dining experiences, there is an outstanding array of choice on offer and everything in between.Find Out More
Our region is home to outstanding scenery which boasts emerald forests, pristine lochs and rivers, heathery hillsides, sweeping moorlands as well as a picture perfect coastline.Find Out More
Classes at your holiday home
Enjoy art, cookery, photography, flower or chocolate classes or whisky tasting in the comfort of your own holiday home...Find Out More
Ancestral history research
Crabtree & Crabtree know that tracing the history of your family can be a wonderful journey of discovery. Here are our top tips for starting your family tree.Find Out More
Spas and beauty treatments
Everyone needs a little time-out to relax and for many that may involve a little pampering, the chance to experience new therapies, or simply some dedicated ‘me time’ to enjoy or practise disciplines which bring a sense of well-being and good health.Find Out More
If you love a challenge or just crave a little excitement away from the day-to-day bustle of working life, we have lots to offer - whether it be watery pursuits, muddy blasts or thrill seeking, adrenaline-charged adventures.Find Out More
Cooks and Chefs
Our region is a natural larder so it’s really no surprise that we are fortunate to have such a wonderful choice of first class chefs and cooks on hand.Find Out More
Award yourself a real break and let us provide a pair (or more) of helping hands.Find Out More
Babysitting and Nannies
Relax, explore the local area, enjoy a long lunch or a romantic evening out by hiring one of our fully qualified registered and experienced nannies or babysitters to come to your house.Find Out More
Our experienced dog sitters will look after your furry friends whilst you are out exploring.Find Out More
Fresh cut flowers delivered to your holiday home.Find Out More
Beauty and spa treatments
Everyone needs some pampering, whatever the occasion.Find Out More
Family holidays, reunions and honeymoons kindle priceless moments that deserve preserving.Find Out More
Crabtree & Crabtree have teamed up with Corney & Barrow one of the longest established independent Wine Merchants in the UK to offer a bespoke service.Find Out More
"We had a fabulous time at The Antlers. The house is spacious enough for 2 families and is in a good location for visiting different places in the Borders. Thank you again and we would definitely recommend The Antlers to our friends."Ross family
"We had a wonderful stay at the Antlers, the cottage was beautiful and cosy with all the added extras we needed."Sewell family
"We had a really nice stay in the property. Very clean and everything you could need was provided. Welcome gifts for our children and food items were lovely."Mackay family
"We had a lovely stay at the Antlers. The property had everything we needed and was spotlessly clean. The owner made a lovely gesture by leaving prosecco, scones and crisps. Would definitely stay again if we were visiting the area."Taylor family
"We had a very enjoyable time at The Antlers. It is very homely accommodation and the array of festive decorations were very beautiful."Mrs Watson
"We had a wonderful time in The Antlers, the house was perfect, location was perfect & the owners were very helpful!"Mr Graham
"We were a group of 7 adults and found the Antlers House an excellent base to explore the Borders. we could not have wished for a nicer place to stay, the house was very clean, spacious, and very well stocked,the welcome pack was a lovely touch. We would have no problem recommending the Antlers to any of our friends or relatives. We will certainly be in touch next time we are in the Border area. thank you for a wonderful stay."McGrath Family
- Sorry, dogs are not allowed.
- Typical arrival day: Flexible
- Arrival time: 4pm
- Departure time: 10am
"The selection of local, independent shops and galleries available on the doorstep."Amanda, Crabtree & Crabtree