One bedroom cottage Ideal for Romantic Getaways, close to great pub
- english, french
About Christine Ward
John and I have had many years involved in tourism and now own a small group of high quality self catering properties. John is an active composer and musical conductor. and has founded a local choir. Christine is a national committee member of the professional body for Self Catering in Scotland, ASSC, representing South of Scotland and is a committee member of the Tourism Business Partnership We love music, holidays walking, our dog Tess, and visiting our four grandchildren and son and daughter. We also enjoy eating out and sampling real ales and good wine.
Christine Ward purchased this Cottage in 2009
Why Christine Ward chose Berwick-upon-Tweed
This little cottage is well designed and equipped for two people. Its location, near to the Tweed is great for dog walking or site seeing and yet it is only a very short drive to the coastline The village is quiet yet has a thriving inn and restaurant. Ideal for cycling(secure shed provide) The cottage has free WiFi and has the benefit of two tvs. The Welcome Basket is a lovely surprise for our guests The excellent pub means that there is no need to drive
What makes this Cottage unique
Quality graded and hosted by owners who understand tourism and the needs of the guests Many guests return time and again to this lovely area and charming cottage
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 10:30 am
Children not allowed
We want you to have a wonderful time and not to have lots of rules and regualyions. Treat the cottage with consideration and enjoy your selves. We are only a phone call away if there is any problem
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date.
It Takes a Village
Sweet little unit with everything you need that is so reflective of the local village that you will immediately feel apart of it. Local pub is great!
Thank you for taking the time to review Tweed Cottage in Paxton. It is really helpful for prospective guests. Come again soon
It is a little tricky to find but worth the effort. We were met at the cottage by a welcome basket & Richard was there too & provided info about the cottage & area. The cottage is small but perfect for two. Would stay here again without question if visiting the borders.
Thank you for your booking and review. This cosy cottage is ideal for two and pet. The attraction of a conservation village and area is the quiet small lanes so great for walking and cycling.The pub which is only 2 minutes away means you can eat out if you don't wish to cook.
Very pleasant cottage has everything you need. Handy for access to anywhere in the area and the local pub is a big bonus.
There are many stately homes and gardens within a short drive,Manderston and Paxton House and gardens are open to the public. a visit to the area should include a trip to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne which is access via a tidal causeway. The racing driver Jim Clark originated in the area and there is an excellent dislpay of trophies in Duns , 8 miles away. Stroll along the sandy beaches of Coldingham and Spittal or watch the birds at St Abbs head. As there is a Marine conservation area near Coldingham there is plenty of diving and equipment hire.
Cycling is now very popular in the Scottish Borders and there are plenty of cycle routes such as The Sandstone Way .The roads are quiet and relatively car free.
A trip to Edinburgh is easy and travelling by train from berwick is recommended. There is a frequent service and the journey to Waverley station in Edinburgh is only 45 minutes away.
For the golfer there are numerous courses of varying standards. East Lothian can be reached in 35 minutes giving access to Championship courses such as Gullane, Muirfield, Dunbar, and North Berwick. Good links and parkland courses are within ten miles
Many people also visit the Borders in order to research their ancestry or to find out about the Border Reivers and the |Border Clans.
Please ask if you want information on any aspect of our varied area.