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Tweedside, Milne Graden

Coldstream , Scottish Borders

With unrestricted views over the gentle curve of the River Tweed, Tweedside is everything a cottage should be, petit and perfectly formed, furnished in a wonderfully fresh country style with a cosy open fire.

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With unrestricted views over the gentle curve of the River Tweed, Tweedside is everything a cottage should be, petit and perfectly formed, furnished in a wonderfully fresh country style with a cosy open fire.

A perfect retreat surrounded by nature's best landscape

Earthy colours and neutrals feature throughout the open plan ground floor with a stylish sofa upholstered in hydrangea highland tweed and plush velvet cushions, high-backed armchairs in herringbone recycled wool and a lovely casual dining space in soft limed oak.  

Upstairs, the restful Skimming Stone colour scheme continues into the two compact but comfortable bedrooms - one zip and link, and one double. Headboards have been given a plush new look with carefully selected Royal Oak Lewis & Wood fabrics, matched with shades from Fermoie, Jim Lawrence pendant lighting, and punctuated by textured linen cushions from Oka. 

Outside guests can enjoy amazing 180-degree views of the river from the garden while a private path leads directly down to the banks of the Tweed where you may be lucky enough to spot the odd deer, otter, kingfisher and occasional leaping salmon along the way.

Property details

Ground floor

Open-plan living/dining/kitchen:

Sitting room with a large double sofa and two armchairs, open fire (ample supply of logs provided), large flat-screen TV with Freeview.

Dining area with seating for four.

Fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel electric oven and hob, dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, and microwave. There is a small utility/boot room adjacent to the kitchen with a fridge/freezer.

Bathroom with corner shower, bath with handheld shower mixer, basin and WC.


First floor

Bedroom one with zip and link beds which can be set up as a 6' super king double or 3' twins as required, dressing table and storage space.

Bedroom two with 4'6" double bed, side table and wardrobe.

Cloakroom with WC and basin.


Tweedside is a semi-detached cottage with a large open garden to the front leading down to the River Tweed with a lawned garden to the rear. The garden is enclosed with a picket fence. Please note, a barbecue is not provided at this cottage and the use of barbecues is not permitted anywhere on the estate.


There is a gravelled parking area to the rear.

Electric Vehicle Charging

For safety reasons, we do not permit electric vehicle or hybrid car charging at this property. If you’re travelling by EV, discover your nearest electric vehicle charging point here.

Babies & Children

A travel cot and highchair are available on request.


One dog is welcome with a charge of £25. A second dog may be considered on request. We would ask that dogs are kept to the downstairs, uncarpeted areas of the house. Cats are not permitted.

Guest amenities

All bed linen is the highest quality 100% Egyptian cotton. There is a hairdryer provided in each bedroom. Towels are provided for all guests.

Any requests for additional mid-week housekeeping and linen changes require at least 14 days notification and are subject to additional cost.

Wi-Fi & Mobile Coverage

Wi-Fi is available at the property but please note this can be slow and intermittent due to the rural location. Mobile reception is generally good. There is a landline available which can be used for incoming calls or emergency outgoing calls. 



Tweedside has electric radiators in addition to the log fire in the sitting room. An ample supply of logs is provided. Additional logs can be purchased from local service stations in Coldstream or Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Fishing on site

Salmon fishing is available on the Milne Graden Beat on the River Tweed. This is organised through FBR Seed.
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Trout fishing is organised through Coldstream & District Angling Association.

Guest Privacy

Tweedside sits in a hamlet with three other properties - School House sleeping 6, Hamilton House sleeping 6 and Swan's Nest sleeping 4. Tweedside adjoins Swan's Nest.

Additional Accommodation

For guests looking to holiday together, there are three other properties making up the hamlet of Sunnyside - Hamilton House sleeping 6, School House sleeping 6 and Swan's Nest sleeping 4.

There are also four other properties on the estate - Garden House sleeping 4+2, Park End sleeping 2, West Lodge sleeping 2 and North Lodge sleeping 2.


Scottish short-term lets licence number: Pending

The current EPC rating for this property is band G, a copy of the certificate can be found here.


Head to Norham (4 miles) for a fantastic selection of quality local produce, including meats, pies, and cheeses from Foreman’s, or the Cornhill Village Shop (5 miles) for coffee, cake and scrummy picnic lunches. It is also home to the highly regarded Collingwood Arms for elegant evening dining, or a short drive will take you to the Allanton Inn (6 miles) which has a superb reputation for serving excellent locally sourced food amidst relaxed, convivial surroundings.

Alternatively, Coldstream is a quaint but bustling little town with a rich history sitting on the north side of the River Tweed right on the Scottish/English Border. The shopping here is small and friendly with a good mix of independent outlets running the length of the High Street, including a family butchers, bakery and small Co-op supermarket for holiday essentials, as well as a super art gallery and interiors shop for lifestyle gifts and accessories.

More extensive shopping, restaurants and amenities can be found in the picturesque town of Kelso (12 miles) which is also home to the 12th Century Abbey, Floors Castle, the Roxburghe Championship Golf Course and National Hunt Racing.


The local area is packed with interest. Hike through the Cheviot Hills or stroll across stunning beaches. Go kite-surfing or coastal kayaking. Marvel at the silver staircase at Manderston House. Take a boat trip to the Farne Islands, home to thousands of seabirds and a grey seal colony. Or treat yourself to lunch at the Terrace Café at Floors Castle, nominated as one of the top ten cafés in Scotland.

With the Tweed on the doorstep, this is an ideal base for fishing parties. The estate’s own beat which is available to guests at additional cost (subject to availability) extends to about 1.4 miles of single bank fishing. Milne Graden is primarily a salmon beat but has good runs of grilse and sea trout through the summer months. Other prime beats include Tillmouth, Lennel, Ladykirk and The Lees. If you can tear yourself away from the view, the local area has plenty of other delights in store.

From here you can explore a historic landscape, punctuated by imposing castles like Floors, Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh, Thirlestane and Alnwick, the evocative ruins of abbeys at Kelso, Melrose and Dryburgh and stately mansions at nearby Paxton, Manderston and Mellerstain. Head to the coast for miles of golden sands and secluded rocky coves. Some of our favourite spots are the stunning beach at Bamburgh, the magnificent views from the cliffs at St Abb’s Head and the mystical Holy Island of Lindisfarne.​

On the way home, pop in for a pint of local ale at The Black Bull at Etal, Northumberland’s only thatched pub. Or let us arrange for dinner to be delivered to you, light the fire, pour yourself a glass of something nice and relax.

Edinburgh is only an hour’s drive or 45 minutes on the train from nearby Berwick upon Tweed.


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“As ever totally perfect, we love Milne Graden - our 3rd visit. First time at Tweedside, spotless, cosy, so relaxing - thank you everyone we will be back.”

Crabtree Party - April 2023

"Another fabulous break, just what we needed to unwind and recharge. Everything was perfect as usual. This is our tenth year of staying with you."

Beecham Family - February 2023

"Really enjoyed our 2 weeks at Tweedside. Wish we could have stayed longer but looking forward to coming back in 2023."

Mrs Lingard, June 2022

"Excellent cottage. Was very clean and comfortable. Excellent for a relaxing week away."


“We really enjoyed staying at Milne Graden Estate. Beautiful location, cottages are perfect - we cannot fault anything at Tweedside cottage and we look forward to returning next year.”

Mackenzie Party, February 2022

"We had a great stay, we loved the house and the estate. Beautiful walks, lovely house, well equipped. Thank you so much for the hamper, such a nice gift - we loved it and our dog as well"

Mr & Mrs Schotte, December 2021

"Tweedside is the most amazing cottage to relax and unwind! Walks from your doorstep, spotting salmon in the River tweed, and wildlife including birds & deer. Every window of the cottage gives amazing views. Already looking for dates to return to this amazing cottage on the Milne Graden Estate."

Mr & Mrs Tynan, November 2021

"Very good stay. Beautiful cottage and very comfortable - booked for next year! The lemon drizzle cake was delicious. Thank you."

Mr Lilley, August 2021

"Lovely location and fab cottage. Superb views of the mighty River Tweed from front and side of the cottage."

Lees Family, July 2021

"We would like to share how much we enjoyed our stay, property most comfortable, well equipped and the riverside location superb. Lovely walks from the door around the estate and riverbank, spotted a deer in the field behind and a resident hare was around most days. Would love to come back some day!!"

Mr & Mrs Deakin, June 2021

"Lovely cottage, very comfortable. Extremely dog friendly - excellent fenced garden, helps provide a relaxed stay not having to be with the dog every minute. Thanks for the voucher and dog treats."

Mrs Scott, October 2020

"We had a beautiful, comfortable and cosy weekend here celebrating 30 years of being together.”

Mrs Forester-Melville, September 2020

"As usual we had a wonderful time staying at Tweedside. For me Tweedside and Milne Graden is all about peace and quiet with the opportunity to fish in the mornings and evenings and not surprisingly Tweedside delivered a quality break for us. Top of my list was managing to land a Salmon with my trout rod, never done that before, very exciting a fine fish that we duly returned to the river, ironically after that I barely caught a thing but well worth it for a brilliant experience. Always looking forward to spending time there and many thanks for the excellent service that you provide, whenever we've met any of the maintenance staff we've always had a friendly and interesting chat with them, lovely people up there."

Mr Beech, July 2020

"Excellent - house very comfortable and beautifully situated. New fencing is a great idea for kids/pups."

Mrs Harrison Family, July 2020

"As ever we had a fabulous stay at Tweedside, only downside being it ended all too soon. After not understanding why we keep coming back, my son and his girlfriend who lives in London and travels the world, stayed with us for the first weekend. We picked them up and he got out the car, looked around and just said "Now I get it". I thought it summed it up perfectly. Hopefully see you next year."

Mrs Beech, June 2019

"Perfect in everyway! Setting is idyllic and cottage superbly equipped. Felt like home as soon as we stepped through the door. Will definitely be back.”

Smith, August 2018

"The perfect place to escape the stresses of everyday life and find calm. This is our 3rd visits to Tweedside and we are always sorry to leave."

Mrs Moran, September 2019


Location On the private Milne Graden Estate - 3.5 miles from Norham, and 5 miles from Coldstream.
  • One dog is welcome with a charge of £25. A second dog may be considered on request.
Arrival / Departure
  • Typical arrival day: Friday with the additional option of Monday out of high season.
  • Arrival time: 4pm
  • Departure time: 10am
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Tweedside with a cosy interior and open fire, Milne Graden Estate, Coldstream.
The little things we love...
"Tweedside is a popular family choice. The very comfortable Harris Tweed sofa was chosen specifically with families in mind - curl up in front of the fire to watch your favourite film."
Gina, owner of Tweedside
email us or give us a call on 01573 226711 for details.

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