Broadmeadows comprises the principle part of Broadmeadows House, a stunning late Georgian country mansion constructed in the Palladian style set in the scenic Yarrow Valley four miles from the historic mill town of Selkirk.
Stunning late Georgian mansion
The well-presented accommodation has been fully-renovated throughout and is perfect for memorable family get togethers and special occasions with ample entertaining space. There’s a grand entrance hall ideal for drinks receptions, a sleek, contemporary kitchen with all the latest mod-cons, a magnificent, vast drawing room with open fire, a stylish dining room and cosy games room with half size billiard table.
Upstairs four original principle bedrooms have been beautifully renovated to form incredibly spacious bedroom suites. Boyd, Laing and Napier have en suite bath or shower rooms and the Pringle suite is ideal for a family, comprising a double bedroom and cosy single bedroom sharing a family bathroom.
Impressive large entrance hall.
Stairs lead down to a boot / drying room below with a washing machine and dryer and a cloakroom with two WCs.
Extensively equipped kitchen with electric double oven with 5 ring gas hob, fridge / freezer, dishwasher, ample storage, two walk in cupboards one with an additional freezer and central island with breakfast bar (seats 5).
Dining room with oak table and chairs (seats 10).
Vast drawing room with open fire and ample seating around the fire and in a separate corner seating area.
Games room with half-size Riley billiard table and TV.
Boyd bedroom with zip and link beds which can be set up as a super king double or twin as required.
Boyd dressing room (also suitable for a cot).
En-suite bathroom with freestanding clawfoot bath, walk in shower, basin and WC.
Laing bedroom with king size bed.
En-suite shower room with walk in shower, basin and WC.
Napier bedroom with zip and link beds which can be set up as a super king double or twin as required.
En-suite bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and WC.
The two Pringle bedrooms and bathroom listed below have a door separating them from the other accommodation thereby forming a private suite for a family if required.
Master Pringle bedroom with king size bed.
Katy Pringle single bedroom with 3’ single bed and pull out single truckle bed if required.
Family bathroom with bath with freestanding clawfoot bath, walk in shower, basin and WC.
Broadmeadows sits within large, attractive grounds with ample lawned areas for children to play and an outdoor seating and barbecue area. Please note that the garden and grounds are not for the exclusive use of guests at the house and may be used by occupants of the other apartments. Parents of young children should be aware there is an unfenced pond in the grounds.
There is ample parking available at the side of the property.
Children & Babies
A full size wooden cot, two travel cots and two high chairs are available on request. Parents of young children should be aware there is an unfenced pond in the grounds.
Regretfully Broadmeadows is not suitable for pets.
Individual hand soaps and top quality bed linen and towels are provided for all guests. Duvets and pillows are a mixture of feather and down and the best quality hollowfibre. Hairdryers are provided in each double bedroom.
Wi-Fi & Mobile Coverage
The house is equipped with Wi-Fi. Please note that due to the thickness of the walls, the signal is only strong in the drawing room. There is good reception with O2, Vodafone and Orange cell masts just a few hundred metres away. Please be aware that coverage diminishes when going further up the valley or across the hills.
Broadmeadows has biomass central heating in addition to the open fire in the drawing room. A complimentary large basket of logs is provided on arrival. Thereafter baskets can be refilled for a small charge.
Broadmeadows comprises the major part of Broadmeadows House, including the main entrance and first and second floor principle rooms of the house which are raised above ground level (please see images) and are therefore not overlooked. The adjoining apartments are entirely separate units formed from the former servants’ quarters below and attic rooms above. The owners live in one of the apartments and are on hand to ensure guests get the best from their stay but are equally keen to protect the privacy of guests. Please note that the gardens and grounds are not for exclusive use of guests at Broadmeadows as the other occupants of the house also have access.
There is plenty of exploring to be done in the beautiful surroundings of the Yarrow Valley with endless opportunities for walking, mountain biking and riding as well as river kayaking. Keen wildlife watchers and photographers will have no end of possible subjects amongst the abundant local wildlife including the majestic ospreys that have recently returned to the region.
Nearby Selkirk is a traditional Border's town famous for its textiles with many of the original woollen mills still in operation today. The beguiling town of Melrose is also nearby, home of rugby 7s and offering some of the best shopping in the Borders with a good selection of unusual, independent shops, boutiques, antique shops and galleries.
Just 30 minutes away is the 2,500 acre mountain biking Mecca of Glentress Forest - the UK's leading mountain biking centre – offering a wide variety of trails and challenging downhill runs. The fantastic championship golf courses of Roxburghe (woodland course) and Cardrona (woodland/parkland course) are both nearby whilst the famous links courses at Gullane, Muirfield and Dunbar are all within an easy day trip. There are also tennis courts in Selkirk.
Explore the nearby Bowhill Estate boasting the internationally renowned Buccleuch art collection and even its own theatre, visit the majestic Floors Castle at Kelso, elegant country houses such as Abbotsford House, the fairytale home of Sir Walter Scott and the evocative ruins of the abbeys at Melrose and Dryburgh. Further afield, the Georgian grandeur of Edinburgh is an easy day trip.
For country sports enthusiasts, the legendary River Tweed is within easy driving distance and closer still are the Rivers Ettrick and Yarrow which run through magnificent wild moorland and remain very lightly fished. Shooting Times & Country Magazine recently described the River Ettrick as, "one of the best-kept secrets in the fishing world". Pheasant and grouse shooting can be arranged at the nearby 46,000 acre Bowhill Estate, with the pheasant shoot a regular in the Shooting Times' Top 10 Shoots list.
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- Sorry, dogs are not allowed.
- Typical arrival day: Flexible
- Arrival time: 4pm
- Departure time: 10am
"The grand entrance hall is ideal for drinks receptions."Emma, Crabtree & Crabtree