Catch A Penny Farmhouse, nr Eyemouth - Sleeps 4-5

This former farmhouse is conveniently close to the A1 for ease of access, yet quietly situated with lovely views to the sea less than 1 mile away. This spacious detached house has been modernised and is fu...
Property Reference: 1922 Sleeps: 4 Week rental Starts: Saturday Pets: 1

Lovely views to the sea

This former farmhouse is conveniently close to the A1 for ease of access, yet quietly situated with lovely views to the sea less than 1 mile away. This spacious detached house has been modernised and is furnished and decorated to a good standard and provides an ideal holiday base. Close to sandy beaches, with the fishing town of Eyemouth 3 miles. There are wide views of the sea and coast, moorland walking direct from the house. Historic Berwick 5 miles, border towns half an hours drive, Edinburgh 1 hours drive. Pub ½ mile.

Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Kitchen. Open tread stairs to first floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin with additional folding single. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

Gas CH and elec inc (£30pw Oct-Apr). Bed linen inc. W/machine. Freezer. Parking (2 cars).

Nearest Location in Guide:

Eyemouth

Customer Reviews of Catch A Penny Farmhouse, nr Eyemouth - Sleeps 4-5

1st comment: Wonderful views of the sea, directions to get there were a bit misleading and we missed the turning. On top of a hill so even though the pub is only half a mile away it is a bit of a tough walk back up to the house. June 2012.

2nd comment: We were very pleased with the house. It was a good size and very comfortable to stay in. Lovely view of the sea. Very handy for travelling around. Although just off the A1 its location means that you’re not aware of the traffic. The house is situated up a quiet lane, just a few houses nearby. Lovely feeling of being in the country. Would def stay there again! Masses to see in the area - would def recommend: Cragside (fascinating history and beautiful grounds), Holy Island, Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Bamburgh Castle, Museum of Flight (East Fortune), Chain Bridge Honey Farm (don’t forget to walk across the ’Chain Bridge’ linking Scotland and England). We only had a week - there’s loads more to see both north and south of the border. Tip - think about joining Nat Trust and Historic Scotland/English Heritage - you’ll save a lot of money. Also after year one membership you get free entry to the Scottish and English properties. June 2012.

3rd comment: Cottage comfortable but cold great location but not as close to the beach as the picture suggests. April 2012.

4th comment: Comfortable property, well-placed for coastal walking and beaches. Could do with a freezer. April 2011.

5th comment: We loved the views, you can look out bedroom windows at sea, so peaceful and private but near lovely sea villages and beaches. April 2011.

Contact Information

Property Type

Detached Converted Farm/Industrial

Number of Bedrooms:

2

Location Features

Coastal/Beach

Features

Nearby Pub

Facilities:

TV, Washing Machine, Shower

Parking

For 2 Cars

Sleeps Suit:

4 | 5