Very few properties enable you to sit out on your own private patio and gaze out on a historic monument like The Temple of the Muses. A stay at Dryburgh Steading Three puts you at the heart of the tranquil glory of the Scottish Borders, with some beautiful scenery and architecture, literally on your doorstep. A five-minute walk away is the inspiring ruin of Dryburgh Abbey, while even closer is the River Tweed, which you can cross via a pedestrian suspension bridge.
The interior of the property gives you plenty of space for your ideal holiday, with a generous living area downstairs and three large bedrooms upstairs. Each bedroom has its own television and complimentary sherry for guests to enjoy nightcaps. The comfortable and stylishly furnished sitting room has french doors that open straight out onto the patio, with far-reaching views of the countryside beyond. A separate open-plan area with a kitchen and dining table as well as separate, comfortable seating creates flexible accommodation so you can truly unwind and enjoy your own space.
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 Four (sleeps four guests) . A short distance away are Dryburgh Stirling One (sleeps four guests) and Dryburgh Stirling Two (sleeps four guests).