Stroll along the banks of one of Scotland’s most evocative and beautiful rivers. Cross the chain-link bridge and wander through a landscape made famous by the novelist Sir Walter Scott. Then come back to your fairy-tale-style holiday property for a relaxing evening enjoying a meal in glorious surroundings. A stay at Dryburgh Stirling Two is to be enjoyed and treasured.
The property is tucked away at the end of a no-through-road so is naturally secluded – you won’t hear much more than the babbling river and birdsong. The turrets and crenelated roof make this property feel very special indeed, and the furnishings inside are equally impressive, with deep and comfortable sofas, flat screen televisions and a wood-burning stove. The owners have kindly provided logs for the stove, and you’ll also find a large choice of books, games and DVDs to keep you all entertained.
Also available to book at this site is Dryburgh Stirling One (sleeps four guests). A short distance away 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); Dryburgh Steading Three (sleeps six guests) and Dryburgh Steading Four (sleeps four guests).