Greystones is a stylish former steading for 6/7 on the fringe of Yetholm only 8 miles from Kelso
The accommodation is all on ground floor level and comprises:
Living Area/Diner: With TV with sky + (family package) and DVD
Dining Kitchen: With electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With double bed with TV (monitor only) for DVD and folding bed (for + 1)
Bedroom 2: With two single beds with TV (monitor only) for DVD
Bedroom 3: With two single beds with TV (monitor only) for DVD
Shower Room: With shower cubicle and toilet
Bathroom: With large shower cubicle, bath and toilet
Oil central heating, power, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Cot available.
Patio area with furniture and private courtyard area. Off road parking for 3 + cars.
Nestling in a valley on the edge of the welcoming small town of Yetholm, and its partner Kirk Yetholm, Greystones is a converted, fully modernised former steading which blends naturally into the landscape and architecture of the region. The accommodation is modern, spacious and all on one level, offering easy access to guests with limited mobility. The style is up to date, but comfortable, and guests have the option of dining in the kitchen, in the main sitting room, or outside on a cobblestone patio area. All of the bedrooms: two with twin single beds, and one with a king size doube and fold up single, have French doors opening onto a courtyard lawn. The layout of the house, with its large bathroom with separate shower and further shower room, makes it suitable for both small groups and larger family celebrations. Greystones is part of a small hamlet; Duncanhaugh, and is less than amile from the facilities of Town Yetholm, which include a local shop, a first class butcher, a pub/restaurant and a small petrol station. These may be reached by road or along a quiet footpath. The property is ideal for pets and children and, for walkers, Greystones sits right at the foot of the Cheviots, next to the Bowmont Water, with the St Cuthbert Way passing close by, and the end of the Pennine Way nearby in Kirk Yetholm.