Old Seed Store
Set over four floors, this charming mews house will be ideal for those seeking cosy home comforts with all the advantages of town living. It is a super base for sightseeing or enjoying the vibrant local events programme.
Charming mews house set over four floors
Fishing parties have the added advantage of prime Tweed beats right on the doorstep and just a short wander to the micro-pub for a fine craft ale or a wee dram after a busy day on the river.
Sitting over four floors, the property opens up into a large boot room with rod racks, ideal for outdoor gear and fishing kit. This leads to the first floor living area which comprises a spacious sitting room with smart plaids and country detailing, and separate galley style kitchen/dining space with a lively limited-edition McCoo artwork adding a bright pop of colour. A small shower room is also situated on this floor.
On the second floor are two double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms each comfortably appointed with crisp linens and calming neutrals, while the third floor has a characterful coombed ceiling, yet still generously proportioned for adults. The addition of a TV and beanbags means that it is sure to be a hit with teenagers too!
Boot room/utility with living and sleeping space for dogs, hanging rail, spacious storage area for outdoor gear and wall mounted rod racks for fishing rods. Washing machine, dryer and sink.
Additional secure storage for bikes can be made available on request.
Kitchen/dining area with electric cooker with oven and grill, ceramic hob, integrated dishwasher, large fridge/freezer, microwave, a further separate gas hob and electric oven. Dining table with seating for six. Flat screen TV and Bose Bluetooth speaker.
Sitting room with large corner sofa and two armchairs, gas fire, large flat screen TV with Freeview, Blu-ray DVD player. Small selection of DVDs, books and games.
Small family bathroom with shower, basin and WC.
Bedroom one with fixed 4’6” double bed, side table, double cupboard with hanging space and storage. Wall mounted flat screen TV.
En-suite bathroom with corner shower, basin and WC.
Bedroom two with fixed 4’6” double bed, side table, chest of drawers, double cupboard with hanging space and storage.
En-suite bathroom with bath, corner shower, basin and WC.
Bedroom three with 3’ twin beds, coombed ceiling, Velux roof windows with blackout blinds, 2 beanbag cushions, flat screen TV. Please note that this bedroom may not be suitable for younger children due to the steep stair.
There is no private outside space at the Old Seed Store.
The property sits in a narrow lane off Kelso Square with no private parking provision. While guests can use the access road for off-loading/loading, off-street parking can be found just around the corner.
Babies & Children
A travel cot, highchair and stair gates are available on request.
One well-behaved dog permitted at a cost of £25. Another dog may be permitted on request by prior arrangement only. Dogs must be kept to the ground floor area and are not permitted upstairs in the living area or in the bedrooms.
Bed linen and towels are supplied. A hairdryer is supplied in each bedroom. Guest toiletries and hand soaps are provided.
Wi-Fi & Mobile Coverage
Wi-Fi is provided. Mobile reception can be variable depending on the network and the location within the property.
Gas central heating throughout - thermostatically controlled. Gas fire in the sitting room.
Old Seed Store is a mews style property which sits in a narrow lane just off the market square of Kelso and as a result there should ordinarily be limited associated street noise. However, it is important to note that the town can get busy during special events in Kelso. Please contact us for further information should you have any concerns.
Sitting right in the centre of Kelso overlooking the town hall, guests can enjoy all the amenities of this busy market town with its pretty Flemish style square and rich Georgian and Victorian architecture. You will find excellent local amenities here with plenty of pubs, restaurants and coffee stops to choose from as well as a fine range of independent shops where you are guaranteed a warm welcome.
For provisions the town is served by two excellent butchers’ shops, a fishmonger, a super deli, and a number of bakeries, while two large supermarkets sit nearby for all of your holiday needs.
For dining-out, the Cobbles is highly regarded for its food and friendly atmosphere, or for light lunches you will find plenty of tempting treats in the many cafes - including 'Off The Square'; the Hoot ‘n Cat; Cafe U or the Terrace Cafe at Floors Castle. Alternatively why not indulge in a little bit of food heaven in the Roux Restaurant at the nearby Roxburghe Hotel.
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- One dog is welcome at a cost of £25. Another dog may be welcome on request.
- Typical arrival day: Flexible
- Arrival time: 4pm
- Departure time: 10am
"The lively limited edition McCoo artwork adds a bright pop of colour to the kitchen dining area."Avril, Crabtree & Crabtree