Holiday Homes and Cottages in
Kelso, Jedburgh and Surrounding Area

An ideal base for guests fishing on the Tweed & Teviot

The picturesque Abbey town of Kelso lies at the junction of the Rivers Tweed and Teviot and is a favourite with fishermen. The town’s spacious square is home to a wide range of specialist shops and the graceful five arched bridge over the Tweed was the model for London’s Waterloo Bridge. A visit to Floors Castle, Scotland’s largest inhabited house, should not be missed for its outstanding collections of paintings, furniture and porcelain. The historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh is located just 10 miles from the English Border and has played a central role in cross Border raids. The magnificent red sandstone Jedburgh Abbey takes centre stage in the town and Mary Queen of Scots House dating back to 1566, is a house where Mary stayed and now tells the story of her tragic life. A browse amongst the independent shops in the colourful renovated buildings of the Market Place and Canongate is recommended.  

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Old Nenthorn Cottage Kelso, Scottish Borders

Surrounded by acres of pasture and glorious Borders countryside, Old Nenthorn Cottage offers guests and their four-legged friends peace, tranquility and sublime walks from the doorstep.

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Millsyde Kelso, Scottish Borders

Offering the best of both worlds, newly-converted Millsyde nestles amongst rolling farmland in a peaceful, secluded position, yet is only three miles from the charming market town of Kelso.

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Ardgowan Kelso, Scottish Borders

Set in a peaceful location close to the River Teviot and overlooking the Roxburghe Championship Golf Course, yet with amenities close by, Ardgowan offers guests the best of both worlds.

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Monteviot Stables West Jedburgh, Scottish Borders

Monteviot Stables West enjoys a beautifully set position gently connecting to the rich woodland trails and inspirational gardens of Monteviot House, fringed by the graceful curve of the River Teviot.

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Mill Dowrie Gordon, Scottish Borders

Certain to be a favourite with friends and families, Mill Dowrie is a generously proportioned 19th century byre conversion sympathetically restored to embrace the tranquility of the country.

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Harebell Cottage Birgham, Scottish Borders

Blending Scandi style with cosy country charm, Harebell Cottage sits on the edge of the pretty village of Birgham, close to the River Tweed and mid-way between the market towns of Kelso and Coldstream.

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Heiton Mill House Kelso, Scottish Borders

A stunning 18th century converted watermill in an idyllic setting on the tranquil banks of the River Teviot at the end of a quiet no-through lane.

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Junction House Kelso, Scottish Borders

A stunning three bedroom town house on the banks of the River Tweed in Kelso with magnificent 180 degree views over the river to open countryside beyond. 

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Head Gardener's House at Floors Castle Kelso, Scottish Borders

Meticulously restored by The Duchess of Roxburghe, this is an exceptional house in an exceptional setting. Sitting in the walled garden within the grounds of Floors Castle, it encapsulates the best of country living.

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Woodman's Kelso, Scottish Borders

Perfect for two, this quaint, cosy cottage is a warm, restful haven for those seeking a relaxing change of pace. 

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