Timber Lodge, Scottish Borders - Sleeps 4-6

In a beautiful, rural, tranquil location with only the sounds of farm animals and wildlife to be heard, this timber lodge(1 of 8) offers a chill-out family holiday retreat. The lodge has a lovely ....
Property Reference: RX88 Sleeps: 6 Week rental Starts: Saturday Pets: 2

In a beautiful, rural, tranquil location with only the sounds of farm animals and wildlife to be heard, this timber lodge(1 of 8) offers a chill-out family holiday retreat. The lodge has a lovely decked balcony, perfect for summer living with outdoor furniture and a barbecue, steps lead down to an enchanting well-established garden with seating areas - care required with young children and elderly. The interior is bright, modern, child-friendly and comfortably furnished and all rooms are on one level with 2 entrance steps. Family-friendly village pub serving bar meals 500 yards, shops 7 miles.

Bonchester Bridge is a charming hamlet in the Rue Water Valley, equidistant from the popular Border towns of Jedburgh and Hawick (7 miles). The peaceful unspoilt countryside and quiet roads are ideal for walking and touring the many places of interest around the Scottish Borders. Fishing and golf are popular pursuits with 19 courses within an hour's drive.

2 simple compact bedrooms - 1 double and 1 twin with additional inflatable double bed, travel cot and high chair, open plan lounge / dining area / kitchen with French doors opening onto the deck, shower-room. All electric. Fridge, microwave, Freeview television, DVD, CD player, selection of DVD's, toys, etc. Bed linen and towels provided.

Nearest Location in Guide:

Hawick Jedburgh

Customer Reviews of Timber Lodge, Scottish Borders - Sleeps 4-6


"Bonchester Lodge"

4 of 5 stars

We liked the peaceful, wooded location, with impressive view of Bonchester Hill. Modern spacious interior with open plan kitchen. Electi=ricity on meter so bring plenty of £1 coins.

- S COCKING, Chatham, Kent
Oct-2011



"A bit disappointing"

1 of 5 stars

Whilst the lodge was quite pleasantly situated, I was disappointed that there was no vehicle access, which should have been mentioned in advertising, especially when I took my parents who did not cope well with the access to the lodge owing to being partially disabled. Cleanliness was not the best - dust under the settee's, beds, window frames (and cobwebs) and also behind the TV stand. All in all we had a lovely week but the above mentioned did spoil things especially for my parents as it was a treat for them. I was reluctant to leave such negative feedback, however I feel that after mentioning the issues to the owners they did not really want to accept there was a problem.

- Queenie, Haltwhistle
Sep-2011



"Lovely lodge with all you could need for a holiday"

5 of 5 stars

The lodge was very nice, the children (age 12 and 14) loved playing the games. The lodge had everything needed for cooking and comfort. If travelling with small children this lodge is very well equipped for them. The area is lovely with all manner of small birds visiting the decking for food. Would certainly think about going again.

- Forster, Hull
Aug-2011



"Peace and Tranquility"

4 of 5 stars

Lovely remote setting...possibly too remote for some, but a lovely place to unwind. Lovely scenery, plenty of places to visit...Most enjoyable. The house itself was fine and spacious with the exception of the toilet / showeroom, whicch was quite small

- Relaxing, Denny
Oct-2010

Contact Information

Property Type

Log Cabin

Number of Bedrooms:

2

Location Features

Rural

Features

Nearby Pub

Facilities:

Cot, High Chair, TV, DVD player, Shower, Microwave

Parking

None

Sleeps Suit:

4 | 6