The immaculately presented Dryburgh Steading Four has been refurbished to an extremely high standard, making the most of the ample amount of space in the original building to create a generous holiday property. Downstairs, the property boasts a large, open-plan living area with kitchen and dining room, as well as a separate sitting room with cosy wood-burning stove and french doors that open onto the garden. On the first floor are two bedrooms with their own en-suite, as well as a television and complimentary sherry for those who enjoy a nightcap.
This charming property has enviable views which stretch across the rolling landscape to the woodland beyond, and if you’d like to get out and enjoy the scenery, there are footpaths right from your doorstep. The River Tweed is just a few minutes’ stroll away, and you can also easily walk to the beautiful ruin of Dryburgh Abbey as well as the National Wallace Monument. If you’ve come away with dogs, you’ll find a hosepipe on the patio to wash them down after they’ve been out exploring.
Also available to book at this site are Dryburgh Farmhouse One (sleeps four guests); Dryburgh Farmhouse Two (sleeps four guests); Dryburgh Steading One (sleeps six guests); Dryburgh Steading Two (sleeps four guests) and Dryburgh Steading Three (sleeps six guests). A short distance away are Dryburgh Stirling One (sleeps four guests) and Dryburgh Stirling Two (sleeps four guests).