1 Bridge Street, Kelso, Roxburghshire, TD5 7HT
T: +44 (0) 1573 226711
Coach House introduces a new offer...
Beautifully appointed, Coach House is perfectly positioned for both coast and country and offers a perfect retreat to indulge family, friends or corporate guests to a stay in luxury surroundings. Formerly the old coach house for the Lesbury Estate, a great deal of thought has gone into the development of this property and the result is a perfect fusion of comfort and elegance with meticulous attention to detail.
For most of the year, Coach House is offered as a 4 bedroom property sleeping 8 guests. However, throughout 2017 the owners will be offering a low occupancy version for two or four guests in low season (throughout January, February, March, November and December - excluding the festive weeks).
For two guests making use of one bedroom, the weekly rental price is £600.00 and the short break (Fri-Mon or Mon-Fri) is £450.00.
For four guests making use of two bedrooms, the weekly rental price is £900.00 and the short break (Fri-Mon or Mon-Fri) is £675.00.
The ground floor has immediate impact opening up into a generous open plan living space which flows seamlessly from the high spec catering kitchen with granite surfaces, walnut bar and wine fridge to a superb dining space which seats eight comfortably.
With high vaulted ceilings, the property has grand proportions yet retains warmth and intimacy with a double-sided wood burner connecting the dining area to the sitting area, all beautifully balanced with original stonework, rich oak floors and beams, vintage leather and Harris Tweed to introduce warmth and texture to this incredibly atmospheric space.
Sitting on the banks of the River Aln in the picturesque hamlet of Lesbury, there is a village shop for essential provisions, and a gentle five minute stroll from the property will take guests to the charming Coach Inn for good hearty food and real ales in warm, ambient surroundings.
To check availability and to book your stay, please visit the Coach House property page.