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    Type Self Catering
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    Units 1
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    Sleeps 2 - 7
  • £300 - £780 per week

Details

Tranquil and sheltered location overlooking river Tweed. A short walk from Norham Village Norham village with its Castle, magnificent Church, 2 Pubs and Shops.

A home from home, Boathouse Cottage nestles on the banks of Tweed with Otters, Kingfishers, Herons, Trout, Salmon and other wildlife "on the doorstep".  A focal point between the Scottish Borders and North Numberland, with amazing coastlines and spectacular countryside all around.  Visit Holy Island, St Abbs Head, Farne Islands, Cheviot National Park, Beaches, Castles, wonderful walks, and much to discover.  Sleeps 2 to 7 with bedrooms and bathrooms on both floors.  A quiet and restful retreat.

Ratings

  • SC Enjoy England 4 Star
National Rating
Visit England
4 * rating
  • Self Catering icon
    Boathouse Cottage
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    Sleeps 7
  • £300 - £870 per week
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The Lower Hallway and Living Room have been given completely new floors and walls. The floors have a stone effect tile covering.The Downstairs Twin Bedroom has been extended and it, together with the Shower Room have stone effect ceramic tiles. The Entrance Porch and Kitchen Areas have been given completely new attractive tile floors

Entrance, Modern Spacious Kitchen & Dining Area

You enter Boathouse Cottage up a gentle ramp to the Front Door into an enclosed Entrance Porch leading directly into a modern spacious Kitchen and Dining area, floored throughout with Italian style ceramic tiles. The Kitchen is comprehensively equipped. The dining area has matching settings for six persons but is large enough to seat 8 to 10 persons with additional settings provided.

Sitting Room & Downstairs Bed & Bathroom

The lower ground floor is entered down two easy steps to an Inner Hall leading to the Living Room, one Twin Bedroom, and a Shower Room with wash hand basin and loo.

The Living Room has stunning views both up and down the river. With a Multifuel Woodburning Stove and comfortable seating. This is a warm and cosy place where you can relax after an active day.

32” LCD TV and DVD
Board games and books
Excellent river and woodland views
Free Wi-Fi

Downstairs Twin Bedroom has a small extension providing a walk-in wardrobe or dressing room. Furnished with twin beds there is floor space for an additional “crash bed” if required.

The Shower Room has attractive tiled walls, a shower, loo and wash hand basin. It also has under-floor heating.

Upstairs Bedrooms & Bathroom

An open-work staircase leads to the upper floor with one double bedroom (with extra single bed), one twin room and a bathroom.

Over both floors sleeping accommodation for seven. All windows are double glazed and there is central heating throughout the house.

All rooms have views to the front looking to the River Tweed and beyond.

Rating:
4 star
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Additional Directions Information

Use your SatNav to find Norham.  From village centre (junction of Castle Street and West Street) follow West Street (aka B6470 and signed towards Swinton) until you pass Primary School on left. Where B6470 takes a turn to right, fork off left down Boathouse Lane (signed Boathouse and Norham Dene). Go to end of Boathouse Lane (approximtely 800 m or half a mile) and you see Boathouse Cottage.

Alternatively search Google Maps or StreetView for "Boathouse Cottage, Norham" or do same search on AA Routefinder. Brings you right to the Cottage.

Bus – Regular bus service thru Norham connecting to National Road and Rail Routes Perrymans Buses
Rail - Berwick-upon-Tweed station is on the main east coast line between Newcastle and Edinburgh with regular services from East Coast and Cross Country Trains
Air - both Newcastle and Edinburgh airports are located within 60 miles.
Sea by ferry to Newcastle
 

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