Lodging, Bed and Breakfast, Guest Accommodation, Holiday Rooms, Pensions and Hotels in Jedburgh
Violet CottageProperty number 57813
6 guests in 3 bedrooms
Built five years before the battle of Culloden this beautiful cottage has recently been full renovated and refurbished to a high standard whilst retaining many of the original features and character. Main features of this property are: Large living room with woodburning stove and leather sofas, large flat screen TV, Wi-fi and i-pod docking station. Large kitchen with dual fuel range cooker, washing machine, tumble drier, dishwasher and microwave. Dining area in kitchen and cosy corner overlooking garden. Three bedrooms - two main bedrooms can be made up as either doubles or twins, third bedroom has double bed. Z bed also available. Pine floored bathroom with bath, shower and heated towel rail. Large rear garden with seating area, BBQ, private access and bike storage. Included in the price of this property is gas central heating, logs for woodburning stove, luxurious bed lined and towels. Ancrum village has a friendly pub, The Cross Keys, serving good beer and food and an well stocked village shop with post office, both an easy stroll from the cottage. Locally there is excellent fishing, golfing and walking, the beaches and castles of Northumberland are within easy driving distance and Edinburgh is within one hour's drive to the north and Hadrian's Wall to the south. Whether you are looking for a cosy relaxing weekend, a family break or an activity based holiday Violet Cottage can offer you unique, high quality accommodation. Location: The pretty market town of Jedburgh is dominated by the ruins of the magnificent Augustinian Abbey. Visitor attractions include Mary Queen of Scots House and the Jedburgh Jail & Dungeons. There are numerous cafes, pubs and restaurants to sample. The Borders is made for cycling. Quiet country lanes and open countryside between the Border towns and villages. The mountain bike center at Glentress is 40 minutes drive from Ancrum. Golf So many courses and so little time from the championship course at The Roxburghe, the challenge of the scenic local courses at Minto and Jedburgh to the links courses of the Lothian and Northumberland coasts. Fishing The Tweed and its tributaries are the life blood of the Borders defining the countryside, villages, towns and the people. The river stretches over 97 miles and there are many opportunities to fish the Tweed, it doesn’t have to be expensive. Our properties at Ancrum and Kelso are well located to fish both the Tweed and Teviot. There are many other rivers and stillwaters to tempt you and sea angling on the Lothian and Northumberland coast.
LocationScottish Borders, Jedburgh, Southern Scotland, Britain
Near Golf, Near Restaurants, Fishing, Night Life Garden View