Greenlaw, Scottish Borders
A gorgeously cosy retreat with open-plan living, a wood burning stove and beautiful mid-century styling, nestled in the heart of the Scottish Borders.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 14 nights high season
Located in the small Scottish village of Greenlaw, Groom’s Bell is a wonderfully welcoming cottage in the stunning Scottish Borders. With a gorgeous wood burning stove, the interiors are wonderfully welcoming. Head out to explore the local area - with castles, beaches and moorland walks all within easy striking distance, it’s guaranteed to keep everyone happy.
The open-plan living, kitchen and dining area is perfectly put together. With comfortable sofas, a flat screen television (with Netflix and Freeview) and on-trend mid-century styling, it’s a gorgeously welcoming space. And the wood burning stove and array of board games makes for some quality family night’s in. There’s even toys and books provided for any younger guests.
The kitchen and dining area are well designed - with colourful prints adding plenty of character. Housing all the mod cons, you have all you need to cook up breakfast, lunch and dinner. There’s even a dishwasher, washer/dryer and Dolce Gusto coffee machine.
Upstairs, the two double/twin ensuite bedrooms are equally delightful with crisp white linen, cosy textiles and beautiful mid-century furniture. And yet more carefully selected prints and accessories add a lovely pop of colour. The ‘family’ bedroom has an ensuite with a bath and shower, whilst the second double ensuite has a shower. Both bathrooms are sparkling clean with a fresh colour scheme.
Outside is a pretty enclosed garden that takes in views over the larger grounds of Castletown House. With a lawn and sunny terrace, it’s a great little sun trap.
Location-wise, there is lots to do in the local area. With plenty of walks, you can choose from heather-filled moors or charming woodland strolls. Head a little further and challenge yourself to a hike up the Eildon Hills. For those wanting a slightly slower pace, there are plenty of castles and abbeys to explore. And for those in need of some retail therapy then the coastal town of Berwick-upon-Tweed is around half an hour’s drive away. With independent shops, galleries and restaurants serving up some fabulous seafood, it’s well worth a visit.
Edinburgh Airport - 36 miles
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