Nr Town Yetholm
The grain store for what was once an old flour mill, Duncanhaugh Granary sits nearby the Bowmont Water just a mile or so from the village of Yetholm in the scenic Scottish Borders and approximately 7 miles from the extremely popular tourist town of Kelso.
Refurbished to the highest standards, the cosy sitting room has a wood burner to supplement the oil-CH, a stylish dining kitchen and a spacious super-king sized bedroom with adjoining en-suite shower room. A charming retreat for a couple in search of a relaxing holiday amid superb scenery, Duncanhaugh Granary is sure to please.
Rural, peaceful and very beautiful, Yetholm is a thriving little community with a village shop, butchers, post office, garage, campsite and two pubs in which to relax after a day's walking one of nearly 40 public access routes in the area.
It is also an ideal base for exploring the wider Scottish Borders and north Northumberland with Holy Island being easily reached as well as the rugged coastline of Berwickshire. To the west are the famous border abbeys, Dryburgh and Jedburgh, as well as other numerous castles, stately homes and gardens.
Wildlife lovers will enjoy the nature reserve at Yetholm Loch which is home to otters and even the occasional osprey and nearby Hoselaw Loch, populated by migrating ducks and geese.
Bed linen, towels, oil-CH and electricity INCLUDED. Sorry, no pets or smoking.
Accommodation (sleeps 2):
- Sitting room with TV/DVD, iPod dock and wood-burning stove.
- Kitchen/dining room with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washing-machine etc.
- Double bed room (super-king can convert to two singles.)
- Shower room with double shower, WC and basin.