Hendersyde Farm Cottages
Sleeps: 6 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
Link to owner's web site
You are always welcome at Hendersyde - our family farm, which lies between the River Tweed and Eden Water, just two miles downstream from delightful Kelso, one of Scotland's most attractive market towns!
Hendersyde has three holiday cottages to chose from, sleeping 2, 4 and 6 people.
Blissfully peaceful & new to Hendersyde - Millsyde is a very special, spacious, single storey holiday home for six. Two of the double bed rooms share a family bath room, with double ended bath and shower. The master bed room has its' own ensuite shower room with discounts for couples. Have a look at our web site for more photos and information.
The trio of traditional farm cottages stand in a peaceful spot, at the end of their own lane, in the middle of the farm, looking over the Tweed Valley to the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland and to the Eildon Hills near Melrose. Again we offer discounts for couples on all bookings.
The cottages are warm, comfy and very well equipped with central heating and a cosy open-fire. The private, enclosed gardens are a perfect place to relax and enjoy the sights and songs of the border countryside.
To see lots more information about the cottages, Hendersyde, Kelso and The Scottish Borders and Northumberland, have a look at our web site.
Surrounded by walks, wildlife and wonderful views. Walking across the farm you might see otter by the waterside, deer wandering between the woods, or salmon leaping in the Tweed. We actively encourage wildlife and birds and are always delighted if you hear the sky larks singing, see barn owls hunting and buzzard wheeling overhead.
Quiet country roads weave through the rolling Border hills leading to small country towns and villages, each with their own character and charm.
The stunning coast line with cliff top walks, sea-bird colonies, sandy beaches, rocky coves, the Farne Islands, Lindisfarne and castles such as Bamburgh are all within easy reach.
Keeps, castles, great houses, and ancient abbeys are part of the landscape and fascinating history of the Borders. Hendersyde is in a perfect position to explore both sides of the border. The stunning new garden at Alnwick Castle, in Northumberland is under an hour away, Edinburgh is just over an hour.
Whether you have nerves of steel revelling in mountain biking at Glentress, or the gentler pace of local cycle trails?! Fish for salmon on the world famous Tweed, walk the hills or waterside savouring the space and light; golf the courses, from the Roxburgh championship course or over the rich variety of settings of the many local courses; ride the hills or along the beach, you'll be spoilt for choice!
The Scottish Borders inspires a rich selection of wonderfully talented craftsmen working with textiles, wood, glass, clay, paint and pencil, there are over 80 creative workshops and galleries to visit in the area!
If I can be of any help, don't hesitate to get in touch. We would love to welcome you to stay at Hendersyde!
Millsyde Soothing Space in The Scottish Borders
Room to Relax Inside & Out
The Trio of Traditional Cottages Overlooking the Tweed Valley
Peace and Quiet Inside and Out
|Accommodation & Facilities
Cot Available: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes.
Well behaved dogs & considerate owners are welcome in West Cottage
Smoking Allowed: No.
Linen Provided: Yes.
Linen, towels, bath mat, tea-towels, oven gloves are all provided.
Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: Yes.
Disabled Facilities: Yes.
Millsyde is a single story, level entry, holiday home, with room to manouver.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes.
Out house for storing, bikes, golf clubs, fishing rods - all very popular in The Scottish Borders.
Kelso, 2 miles away has a great selection of local shops, supermarkets, places to eat, swimming pool, gym, golf club, National Hunt Race Course.
Millsyde: £650 - £1100 ( £1200 Festive season). Sleeps 6.
Take the A698 towards Coldstream
From the round-about, at the end of the Hunter Bridge (Kelso by-pass) travel 2 miles
Turn left - as the park wall which runs alongside the road, takes a sharp turn, up our small farm road.
There is a brown tourist - board sign, to the farm.(Hendersyde Farm Self Catering)
The farm - house is half a mile up the road, at the top of the hill on the left, the cottages are on the right.
Take A 697 towards Greenlaw
After about a mile turn left onto the A698 to Kelso
Travel through Birgham village
Hendersyde is the 6th turn on the right after Birgham!
It is sign posted, (as a double check, the high park wall runs up the side of the farm road).
The farm - house is half a mile up the road on the left, the cottages are on the right.
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