A two bedroom cottage with a double and twin bedroom and a bed settee in the living room. The cottage is accessed by way of steps to a private balcony leading to the front door and a large living/dining room which is fitted out to accommodate six people. There is a panoramic window looking out to the abbey and the countryside beyond. There is a digital flat screen TV/radio with iPod docking and a DVD player - separate music centre. A half flight of stairs leads to a fully fitted kitchen which includes a gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer amongst other things. On the other side of the hall is the bathroom with a bath and shower over. A half flight of stairs takes you to the two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes. All bedlinen and towels are provided. This cottage has it's own pergola with garden furniture for outdoor eating and entertainment. On-site parking.
The Scottish Borders offers an unhurried way of life. Our wonderful countryside offers quiet roads, history and heritage, castles and country homes. In addition, glorious sandy beaches and an awesome rugged coastline are all within an hours drive.
Come and stay for a few days or longer at Larkhall Burn 4* the perfect base for a visit to the Scottish Borders and beyond. A wealth of things to do and see within an hours drive, encompassing Edinburgh and the Highlands to the north, Hadrian's Wall, Alnwick Castle and Gardens to the south, Holy Island and St Abbs Head to the east, and St Mary's Loch to the west.
Our self-catering cottages are situated on the hillside each with it's own balcony, affording views of the town and surrounding countryside. Each cottage is purpose built offering modern comfortable accommodation, which is fitted out to the highest standards and includes gas central heating and double glazing.
The location is within minutes walk of the town centre and all its amenities and facilities, so you can leave the car behind in the on-site car park and enjoy a choice of restaurants, pubs, (some with local evening entertainment) a fitness centre with 25m swimming pool, tennis and squash courts.
There are regular farmers and continental markets held in the town centre; annual festivals include the Jedburgh Callants Festival at the end of June and the beginning of July; Jedburgh Half marathon in October and rugby at The Riverside. There is an excellent Gateway Visitor Centre for information of, " What to see and do", during your stay. The cottages provide seclusion and privacy. Local visitor attractions include a 12th century abbey, Mary Queen of Scots house and a Georgian Reform Jail, as well as waymarked walking and cycling routes - (bicycle hire nearby).
The perfect base for a short or long stay holiday to enjoy the wonderful open countryside.
Our cottages may not be suitable for people with walking difficulties.
Free parking and Wi Fi.