|Short breaks||From £175||Prices||view details|
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||Yes|
Quarry Green is a link terraced bungalow located at the western end of the pretty village of Bowden within the heart of the Scottish Borders. It provides cosy and well presented holiday accommodation for couples and is the ideal base for exploring this delightful region of Scotland- a region rich in heritage, history and legend and a deservedly popular holiday destination. The relaxing lounge complete with Freeview TV, coupled with the therapeutic effects of the wood-burning stove ensure a restful start and end to the day. The modern kitchen is well equipped and the double bedroom tastefully decorated.Read more about Quarry Green
The accommodation is all on ground floor level, has a wood-burning stove, electric storage heaters and comprises:
Lounge: with wood burning stove, Freeview TV and DVD.
Kitchen / diner: with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice-box and washing machine
Bedroom: with double bed
Shower room: with shower enclosure, WC and wash basin
Box room: Contains a shortie bunk bed suitable for toddlers. Note there is no window in this room
All electricity included. First supply of fuel for wood burning stove. Bed linen and towels provided. Cot and highchair available.
Enclosed, lawned area within rear garden, rotary dryer and views over open countryside. Off road parking for one car.
Please note there is an Access Statement available for this property. If required please call 01228 406731.
|Nearest town||Newton St Boswells||Shops||2.5 Miles|
|Distance||2.5 Miles||Restaurant||2.5 Miles|
|Nearest railway station||Berwick upon Tweed||Pub||2.5 Miles|
The Scottish Borders are an excellent destination for cyclists and there is storage within the property capable of safeguarding up to two bicycles. It is also renowned walking country and one of the major attractions of this property is its close proximity to the St Cuthbert’s Way- a long distance walk of 62 miles stretching from the delightful and historic border town of Melrose all the way to Holy Island off the north-east coast of Northumberland, considered to be the birthplace of Christianity. The village lies on the route of the walk allowing easy access to this superb trail and one that is growing in popularity year on year. Those who appreciate old buildings positively dripping in history should visit the awe-inspiring abbeys at Melrose, Jedburgh and Dryburgh. But there is so much more to see and do besides: a visit to nearby Kelso Races for example is a fun day out and the Border Book Festival held at Melrose during each June is well worth a visit. By way of contrast, why not visit the ‘Athens of the North’- the beautiful city of Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city, and less than forty miles away.
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