Coledale Stables

Kelso - Scottish Borders

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"Rich heritage, outdoor activities and the gorgeous scenery of the Scottish Borders will tempt you to this stunning holiday home with room for eight guests"

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4

  Highlights...

  • Great for anglers and golfers, with top courses and salmon fishing spots in the area
  • Centrally located, close to Kelso’s pretty main square, bars and restaurants
  • Four en suite bedrooms with high-quality bathrooms and a spacious living area
  • Head to the coast, ancient abbeys or magnificent stately homes
  • Private location with courtyard, lawn and plenty of parking

  You should know...

  • Coledale Stables is not suitable for babies or infants
  • Dogs are not permitted at this property
  • The house is strictly non-smoking

The Details...

The charming market town of Kelso in the Scottish Borders is the home of Coledale Stables. This magnificent L-shaped holiday home sits facing a private courtyard in the centre of town, and its contemporary interiors incorporate luxurious touches you’re sure to love.

The accommodation covers two floors, with the four en suite bedrooms including one at ground level. You will be sleeping in style with 1000 thread-count linens and super king-size beds – one room can be configured as a twin. The four bathrooms are just as impressive, all with wet-room style showers and two with free-standing baths.

Underfloor heating throughout the house keeps it as warm as you need, with touch-pad thermostats in every room. An open-plan living area features bi-folding doors along the length of the room, allowing direct access to the courtyard – perfect for entertaining.

You will definitely notice the French wood-burner which provides a colourful talking point. You also have a 65” TV with Sky package for entertainment, plus a Blu-ray player and Bose sound system – and there’s a Mac if you need the internet. This property also offers plenty of parking including an open-fronted double garage, and privacy thanks to a digitally controlled gating system.

Let’s not forget that kitchen with two wine fridges, double oven, large fridge freezer and a central island/ breakfast bar. It all leads to the main dining area, where there is room for up to ten guests, and an irresistible chaise sofa to retire to after dinner.

This part of Scotland is renowned for its fishing, and if you’re coming for the salmon, Coledale Stables is within a few miles of the best spots on the Middle Tweed. There’s also a boot room to store all your kit. If golf is your thing, Kelso Golf Club is on the edge of the town, and the excellent Roxburghe Championship Course lies just three miles away.

Love Scottish heritage? You will be spoilt for choice with the likes of Kelso Abbey and Floors Castle within a short walk. The latter is one of several stately homes in the region – you could also try Manderston, Mellerstain or Abbotsford, the former home of Sir Walter Scott, all within around 30 minutes’ drive.

The beautiful coast where Scotland meets England is a similar distance away too, and countless walking and cycling routes will reward you with some stunning scenery. Kelso is a good-looking place itself, perfect for relaxing lunches and drinks on the Flemish-style cobbled square… and Coledale Stables provides the picture-perfect base for your stay.

Features...

Essential Features
  • Heating
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • No Dogs
  • No Smoking
  • Town/village Location
Living Spaces
  • Books
  • Open fire/Woodburner
Kitchen/Utility
  • Cooker gas/electric
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Highchair
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Microwave
  • Tumble dryer
  • Washing machine
Bed/Bath
  • Bath
  • Cot
  • Hairdryer
  • Shower
  • Towels (bath)
Tech
  • DVD Player
  • Satellite TV/Freeview
  • Television
Outside
  • BBQ
  • Garden/Outdoor Space
Also Available
  • Off road free parking

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. The set-up is also ideal for fishing parties with prime Tweed beats right on the doorstep and convivial pubs and restaurants just a roll-cast away. Set in an L shape configuration, the property has been carefully designed to ensure maximum guest privacy whilst taking advantage of its south-facing aspect. The open plan living area is an incredibly inviting space for socialising with impressive bi-folding doors extending across the length of the property which can be opened up for outside entertaining, yet allowing light and warmth to gently filter through on cooler days. The property benefits from all mod cons with underfloor heating throughout and touch controlled thermostats in every room, while the stylish French imported wood burner is a vibrant statement piece which gives the room immediate impact. The addition of a 65” TV with Sky package adds to the comfort when a little relaxation time beckons. The kitchen has a sophisticated, contemporary feel with integrated appliances, two wine fridges and large island unit leading into the dining area which can seat 8-10 guests comfortably. The four en-suite bedrooms (one ground floor) offer the perfect sanctuary, finished to the highest standard throughout with luxury 1000 thread-count bed linen, warming accents and high-end bathrooms. The first floor landing also benefits from a writing desk with Mac PC which guests are welcome to use for work or internet access. Outside, the property faces out into a large courtyard with adjoining lawned area which is accessed through a digital gated entry system ensuring complete guest privacy. There is ample private parking including open-fronted double garaging space and also a large boot room with plenty of storage for outdoor gear and fishing kit. In all, a fantastic space for families, friends or as a base for sporting parties. Enjoy! Accommodation The accommodation sits on two floors with ground floor bedroom which has a separate access door. This may be suitable for guests with restricted mobility and wheelchair users, depending on requirements. Ground floor Access door leading into the hallway with storage and hanging space. Integrated cupboard with washing machine and separate dryer. Cloakroom - with WC and basin. Kitchen - integrated appliances with double oven, separate grill, microwave, dishwasher, large fridge/freezer, two wine fridges and plenty of storage space. Island unit with bar stools for four. Wall-mounted 42” flat screen TV. Dining - large dining table with comfortable seating for 8-10 guests. Chaise sofa. Sitting room - with large corner sofa, high-backed armchairs, contemporary ceiling- suspended wood burner, 65” flat screen TV with basic Sky package, BluRay DVD player, Bose bluetooth speaker. Bedroom one - ground floor bedroom with zip and link beds which can be configured to 6’ super-king or two 3’ beds as required, side tables, chest of drawers, hanging rail, window seat, door to the courtyard, 42” flat screen TV. En-suite - wet-room shower with rainforest head and separate mixer, heated towel rail, basin and WC. First floor Upper hall landing with writing desk and Mac PC. Bedroom two - with fixed 6’ super-king bed, side tables, in-built wardrobe with hanging rail and storage space. Velux window with black-out blinds. En-suite - wet-room shower with rainforest head and separate mixer, freestanding bath, heated towel rail, basin and WC. Bedroom three - with fixed 6’ super-king bed, side tables, chest of drawers, dressing table. Window with Juliet balcony. En-suite - wet-room shower with rainforest head and separate mixer, freestanding bath, heated towel rail, double basin and WC. Bedroom four - with zip and link beds which can be configured to 6’ super-king or two 3’ beds as required, side tables, dressing table. En-suite - wet-room shower with rainforest head and separate mixer, heated towel rail, basin and WC. Heating Underfloor heating throughout the property. Wood burning stove in the sitting room - generous initial supply of logs provided. Guest amenities Highest quality 1000 thread count bed linen and luxurious towels are provided for guests along with guest toiletries. A hairdryer is provided in each bedroom. Babies and children Regrettably the property is not felt to be suitable for babies and infants due to the nature of the wood burning stove. Dogs Dogs are not permitted. Wi-Fi and mobile coverage Wi-Fi is available. Mobile reception is good. Welcome pack A guest welcome pack is provided. Garden and grounds The property faces out into a large private courtyard with adjoining lawned area which is accessed through a digital gated entry system ensuring complete guest privacy. Storage There is a large secure boot room with chest freezer, sink, and plenty of storage for outdoor gear and fishing kit. Parking There is ample private parking in the courtyard including an open-fronted double garaging space. No smoking The property is strictly no smoking.

Nearby...

  • Bird watching
  • Cooking classes
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Historical sites
  • Horse riding
  • Markets
  • Mountain Biking
  • Museums/Galleries
  • Pub/Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Supermarket/food shop
  • Swimming pool (public)
  • Tennis
  • Wildlife

Local amenities Sitting right in the centre of Kelso guests can enjoy all the amenities of this busy market town with its pretty Flemish style square and rich Georgian and Victorian architecture. You will find excellent local amenities here with plenty of pubs, restaurants and coffee stops to choose from as well as a fine range of independent shops where you are guaranteed a warm welcome. It's also just a short wander to the Scotland's first micro-pub for a fine craft ale or a wee dram after a busy day on the river. For provisions the town is served by two excellent butchers’ shops, a fishmonger and a number of bakeries, while two large supermarkets sit nearby for all of your holiday needs. For dining-out, the Cobbles is highly regarded for its food and friendly atmosphere, or for light lunches you will find plenty of tempting treats in the many cafes - including 'Off The Square'; the Hoot ‘n Cat; Cafe U or the Terrace Cafe at Floors Castle. Alternatively why not indulge in a little bit of food heaven in the Roux Restaurant at the nearby Roxburghe Hotel. Activities and attractions For outdoor sports, Kelso is synonymous with fishing, sitting on the confluence of the rivers Tweed and Teviot, and is a much loved destination for salmon anglers who come to experience world-class fishing on the prolific Middle Tweed salmon beats around this area - Rutherford, Makerstoun, Upper and Lower Floors, Junction and Hendersyde are all within a few miles of the property. For golf enthusiasts, Kelso Golf Club is an attractive parkland course resting on the edge of the town while the sublime Roxburghe Championship Course sits just 3 miles away - recently voted 6th best course in Scotland by readers of the country’s best selling golf title. There is a pro-shop and PGA golf academy here for those who are new to the game or wish to refine their swing, and if you’re feeling particularly energetic you may decide to finish off your day popping a few clays at the nearby shooting school. Floors Castle, the magnificent home of the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe is just a ten-fifteen minute walk from the property where visitors can take a tour of the castle led by knowledgeable guides who will introduce you to the history of this exceptional residence and its priceless collection of fine art, tapestries and porcelain. Indulge in an afternoon cream tea at the Terrace Cafe, take a wander through the beautiful grounds of the estate and the pretty walled garden centre, followed perhaps by a visit to the stately homes of Manderston,Mellerstain, Paxton House or Abbotsford which are all within a half hour drive. The area has endless opportunities for walking and cycling with hundreds of miles of quiet country lanes, way-marked routes and forest trails to explore from short gentle meanders to long distance trails, taking in the outstanding scenery of the Cheviot Hills, the Pennine Way and Dere Street. The Borders Abbeys Way takes in the magnificent monastic ruins of Kelso Abbey, while the Kelso to Roxburgh circular is a scenic 3 hour walking route taking in historic sites of interest and plenty of wildlife spotting opportunities along the way. For family friendly activities, Shedden Park has a play park, skate park and plenty of green open space for running around, while a swimming pool, fitness studio, gym, and tennis courts all sit just a five minute walk from the property. The town has an ice-rink which is open during the winter months for curling and skating, and a dance studio sits nearby with everything from hip-hop to jazz. A half-hour will take you to the wonderful heritage coastline with miles of deserted golden sands perfect for rest or play, while the cultural city of Edinburgh is just an hour’s drive where you can take advantage of events such as the vibrant Edinburgh Fringe Festival, exceptional Jazz & Blues Festival, or simply a day-out exploring the exquisite historical architecture of this beautiful city.

Coledale Stables

  Nearest Airport

1 hr from Edinburgh Airport

Detailed Pricing Information...

3 nights = 75% of the weekly rental
4 nights = 85% of the weekly rental
5 nights = 90% of the weekly rental
6/7 nights = 100% of the weekly rental

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