Decorated and furnished to a high standard, this lovely property offers not only comfortable accommodation, but also wonderful meadow views.
Situated in the grounds of the seventeenth century Press Castle Estate, Meadow lodge is one of four timber dwellings, three miles west of the village of Coldingham. With two ground floor double bedrooms sleeping up to four people, and a lovely sitting room with a dining area and cathedral style roof, this cottage can be enjoyed throughout the year. Whether you plan on enjoying a cool drink on the veranda in the height of summer, or a lovely hot chocolate, curled up by the wood burning stove in winter, this quaint little lodge is ideal for families and friends alike. Note: Unless arranged otherwise with the owner in advance, this property only accepts children of 8 years and over from September to June inclusive, due to the woodburning stove.
Amenities: Electric convection heaters throughout. Wood burning stove. Electric fan assisted oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/small freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer & dishwasher. 42” HD wall mounted TV with Freeview and DVD Player, Radio/CD player, a selection of books, games both indoor and outdoor. Hair Dryer etc. Electricity and complimentary fuel pack for wood burner inclusive in rent. Bed linen and towels inc in rent Outdoor table, chairs and benches for relaxing and enjoying the outdoors, wildlife and views. Off road parking for 2 cars. Sorry no pets or Smoking. Village Shops, Post Office, Restaurants and Pubs 3 miles. Town – Berwick upon Tweed 12 miles. Sleeps 4
Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam.
Town: Nestled in the rolling farmland of Coldingham Bay, the village of Coldingham itself enjoys great views over the sheltered golden beaches of the Berwickshire coastline. With excellent local surfing and canoeing facilities, the settlement also offers a wide choice of local shops, pubs and restaurants. Only three miles away is the sleepy fishing village of St. Abbs, a picturesque location with a well-known nature reserve, renowned for its large variety of birds and marine life. Fishing and diving excursions can be purchased here and SCUBA divers come from all over the world to explore the local waters. For those who would rather spend their time on dry land, the area also has a wide selection of riding, golfing and walking opportunities, as well as the shops and attractions of the nearby Scottish capital, Edinburgh.