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A flexible country home beside the meandering River Tweed, lovely Dryburgh Farmhouse is certain to put a little spring back into your step.
A charming bothy on the banks of the River Tweed perfectly located to enjoy the simple pleasures of country life.
Built in the early 19th century, Dryburgh Stirling Two with its ornate orchard gate and turrets was originally part of the aristocratic folly of the 11th Earl of Buchan.
A meticulously renovated farm steading beside the River Tweed which blends rural tranquillity, historic interest and access to great walking.
Steps from the River Tweed and dramatic Dryburgh Abbey, this converted red-sandstone steading will suit walkers, history-lovers or anyone after rural quietude.
Facing the Temple of the Muses, this converted sandstone steading offers families, history fans or nature-lovers a wonderful riverside base.
A beautiful Borders base offering comfort after days of historical sites, hiking or boutique shopping.
Nestled gently on the banks of the River Tweed amidst the rich dramatic beauty of the landscape made famous by the writings of Sir Walter Scott, this really is an enchanting spot.