Set amidst beautiful countryside on a private country estate, a stay at Braeburn Cottage offers stunning views, endless rolling hills, a toasty fire and peace perfect peace.
Stunning views and endless rolling hills
Recently renovated throughout, this pretty two bedroom cottage really is a place to do as little or as much as you would like. The accommodation features a small cosy sitting room with wood burning stove for chilly days, a well equipped kitchen, and two bright sunny bedrooms offering comfortable accommodation for couples or families. The property adjoins Bramley Cottage for larger groups wishing to holiday together and sits in a private spot with a sunny courtyard to the rear and views over rolling hills from the doorstep.
The property sits on the Edgerston Estate just south of Jedburgh and its position will appeal to peaceful relaxers, walkers, cyclists and country sports enthusiasts who will be able to take full advantage of its position in acres of open countryside.
Dating right back to 1448, Edgerston has a rich history, playing a prominent part in Reiver skirmishes in early days and then notable literary connections with some of the most distinguished writers of the time including Sir Walter Scott, John Buchan and J M Barrie. Today it operates as a private shooting estate and working farm.
Compact sitting room with a large double sofa and armchair set around a cosy wood burning stove. There is a small dining table with seating for four and a wall mounted Freesat TV.
Well-equipped galley kitchen with electric grill and oven, ceramic hob, toaster, integrated dishwasher, kettle, Nespresso coffee maker (pod type), and integrated fridge with ice compartment (no freezer). Please note that there is a two step drop from the living area to the kitchen. There is no washing machine in the property, however washing facilities are available in the building opposite the cottage.
Shower room with WC, basin, heated towel rail and shaving point.
Bedroom one with king size bed, chest of drawers and two bedside cabinets.
Bedroom two features combed ceilings with twin beds, crisp linens and pretty tweed accents. There is a storage area and hanging rail at the top of the stairwell.
Family bathroom with bath, basin, WC, heated towel rail and shaving point.
There is a rear courtyard area which is shared with Bramley Cottage. Outdoor patio furniture is supplied. Guests are welcome to walk the wider grounds of the estate but access is restricted around the main house.
There are washing and drying facilities in the building opposite the cottages. This also serves as the estate laundry, therefore access may be restricted at certain times.
Parking is not permitted outside the cottages, unless for unloading purposes. There is a private parking area directly opposite the cottages which runs behind the laundry building, to the left of the walled garden.
CHILDREN & BABIES
A travel cot and highchair are available on request.
The property is not suitable for dogs.
Bed linen, towels, bathrobes and guest toiletries are supplied. Hairdryers are also provided.
WI-FI & MOBILE COVERAGE
The property benefits from free Wi-Fi but please note that this can be slow and occasionally intermittent. The mobile reception is patchy on most networks. A landline is provided for reasonable use by guests.
Heating throughout the property which is thermostatically controlled. Wood burning stove in the sitting room. Additional logs and kindling supplied.
Please note that the adjoining cottage may be used by the estate during the shooting season (November-January) for shoot days on the estate and as a result there may be associated movement of people in and around this area. Please contact us if you have any concerns.
For guests looking to holiday together this cottage can be booked alongside Bramley Cottage, sleeping 8. The cottages are located next to each other.