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Little Swinton, Coldstream, TD12 4HH
From £200.00 - £550.00 per week
2 Units sleep 1-7

These Cottages are designed to accommodate wheelchair users and less able guests featuring bathrooms with handrails, all immaculately cared for by owner, Sue. All cottages have full central heating throughout and the kitchens are equipped with the latest appliances.

Little Swinton Cottages are located 4-miles from Coldstream with easy access to Kelso, Berwick-upon-Tweed and Duns - the area is relativity undiscovered, and just over the border is a very historic region, where many a battle and skirmish has taken place.

Outdoor lovers are spoiled with fishing, walking, golf, and horse riding. With plenty of beaches nearby, many visitors have also taken trips to Bamburgh Castle or Coldstream Museum, whilst sports fans can enjoy a day at Kelso races. Cyclists can get pleasure from numerous country roads.

Well-behaved pets welcomed.

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“The cottages are situated in beautiful countryside. Well equipped, quiet and peaceful and comfortable beds. Car is necessary but an ideal base for walking and exploring. Very pet friendly, just had another wonderful week with usual warm welcome from Sue. Highly recommend”

“We stayed in August 2015. I have mobility problems and Cottoneaster Cottage was perfect. Quiet location with horses for company. Really well equipped, they really have thought of everything. Cosy, quaint and homely ideal for chilling out after exploring Scotland. Beds are comfy and with a dishwasher and washing machine it was perfect. You can order online from Asda and they will deliver on your arrival day. Sue is very welcoming and friendly and there's lots of info about places to go. Most places of interest weren't very disabled friendly and are very hilly, however we hired a mobility scooter from a nearby town and it managed the hills very well. Jedburgh Abbey is lovely and well worth a visit Planning to go back in 2017.”