About Rosybank Cottage
This fully restored riverside cottage has a fabulous view over the River Tweed, famous for salmon fishing. Coldstream is the home of the world famous Coldstream Guards.
Situated in the historic part of Coldstream, Rosybank Cottage makes a great location for a holiday or for visiting friends and family.It is close to the old market square and the Coldstream museum.
The cottage has an open plan living room and kitchen with dining area. The lounge has comfy sofas and a large Smart TV. Free WiFi is available throughout. The antique dining table is ready for an intimate Dinner . The kitchen is very fully equipped with dishwasher, fridge, freezer and full oven and hob. The washer dryer is located next to the larger bedroom.
From the entrance hall, where coats and shoes can be left, there is a useful downstairs toilet and sink.
The oak finished stairs take you to the first floor which boasts stunning views across the river. Sometimes fisher men and women can be see fly fishing or in a rowing boat with its own ghillie.
The oak flooring continues through to both the bedrooms. The larger bedroom has a superking bed and a second Smart TV. It has its own stylish wetroom with designer tiles and walk in shower. Lots of towels are provided.
The second bedroom has magnificent views across the Tweed. This bedroom also has its own designer wet room with walk in shower and underfloor heating.
The cottage is supplied with a special Welcome basket for adults and towels, treats and water bowls for the pet guest.
Parking is on road outside.
In the historic town of Coldstream there is a full range of shops, bakers, butchers, pharmacy, vet, and post office. Look into the White Fox gallery for some really super pictures and craft items. Pubs and take-aways are within walking distance. Nearby is the Hirsel Golf Course and the Hirsel Country Park.
When in the Borders take time to visit the new Visitor attraction in Duns, Jim Clark Motorsport Museum, and also Manderston House. Kelso has a lovely range of shops and the Floors Castle, the home of the Duke of Roxburghe. Another new attraction is to be found in Galashiels as the the home of the new Great Tapestry of Scotland. Thirlstane and Mellerstane stately homes are wonderful places to visit for guests interested in history.
On the English side guests are close to Northumberland National Park, the charming villages of Ford and Etal and the steam train. Going east towards the coast are the beautiful beaches of Berwickshire and of Northumberland. Most guests will want to visit the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Alnwick Castle or Cragside.
Edinburgh is about one hour's drive away or can be reached by train from Tweedbank, Galashiels or Berwick. Parking is easy at most stations
Short breaks are available all year round. In the Spring and Autumn there are special offers and late availability discounts are also available.