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Saddler Cottage

Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 27km

Saddler Cottage oozes character and charm with many period features. A particular highlight is the large, convivial, open-plan living area incorporating the kitchen, dining area and cosy seating area with two sumptuous sofas perfect for curling up in front of the fire on cooler days. The cottage overlooks a pretty courtyard garden to the front and an additional walled garden to the side of the house provides a delightful sunny spot for a morning cup of coffee or an evening barbecue.

There are superb walks leading from the cottage along the beautiful River Till valley, up to the romantic ruins of Twizel Castle or along the banks of the famous River Tweed.

With the rivers Tweed and Till just a few minute's drive from the cottage, it provides an ideal base for fishing parties. Rod racks, drying facilities and a deep freeze are provided. Dogs are welcome (to be kept to designated areas in the house).

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Berwick 27 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 5 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General Central heating, TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden
Access Parking
Further details indoors


The sleeping accommodation comprises two bedrooms: bedroom one with kingsize bed and bedroom two with two 3' single beds. Both bedrooms have plenty of storage space with built-in wardrobes and a chest of drawers in each. The White Company bed linen is the highest quality Egyptian cotton. The accommodation is all on the ground floor.

Bath and shower rooms

Bedroom one has a bathroom adjacent with bath with power shower, basin and WC. Bedroom two has an en-suite shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Towels are provided.

Open plan living area

The spacious, open-plan living area comprises a fully-equipped kitchen with oven with 4-ring hob, dishwasher, refrigerator, deepfreeze, washing machine with dryer and a dining area seating six. The cosy seating area has two large sofas, a log burner (logs are provided) and TV with Freeview.

Drying area / boot room

The entrance corridor has been fitted with drying facilities and rod racks and also provides ample space for dogs.

Children's facilities

A travel cot and high chair are available on request.


Dogs are welcome at Saddler Cottage. We would ask that they are kept to the tiled entrance corridor and hall.

Further details outdoors

Garden and grounds

Saddler Cottage is one of four very pretty, period cottages which were once the stables and grooms' quarters for the Tillmouth Park Estate. The cottages are set out in an L shape to make best use of the light and views and have an attractive lawned courtyard to the front which serves as an additional garden area. Saddler Cottage also has a sheltered, walled garden to the side with a table and chairs for four. There is a gravelled parking area with two guest spaces.

Further details

Catering and housekeeping

We can provide a range of catering options including homemade meals delivered to the house, a food-shopping, picnic hamper and wine delivery service or the services of a full or part-time cook. Facilities are available for additional cleaning or linen changes throughout guest's stay at additional cost.

Northern England region

The Border Country, comprising North Northumberland and the Southern Scottish Borders is a place of magnificent wide sky scenery, with vast expanses of untouched countryside ranging from rolling hills and rugged, windswept moorland, to gentle valleys and the 25 miles of protected golden sands and secluded rocky coves that make up the Heritage coastline. Even in the summer months, the sparkling clean beaches remain almost deserted.

Offshore, there is a thriving water sports scene, with excellent sailing and some of the UK’s best windsurfing and surfing at stunning spots such as Coldingham and Beadnell Bay. Dotted along the coast are picturesque fishing villages such as St Abbs, Alnmouth, Beadnell, and Craster offering wonderful seafood including smoked kippers, crab sandwiches and supremely fresh fish and chips. From the pretty village of Seahouses take a boat to the Farne Islands, home to a large colony of grey seals and 21 species of birds, including puffins.

For outdoor sports enthusiasts the region offers an unrivalled diversity of thousands of miles of dedicated footpaths, cycle routes and bridleways. The routes, anything from one hour to several days, take in some of the area’s most magnificent countryside including the heritage coast, Cheviot, Lammermuir and Eildon Hills and Kielder Forest, which encompasses the vast Kielder Water, Europe’s largest man-made lake with an impressive 27 mile shoreline. Famous routes include the fabulous 63-mile long St Cutherbert’s Way following the trail of early Christianity from Melrose to Holy Island, The Pennine Way, The Southern Upland Way and Border Abbey Way.

In addition to the spectacular scenery is the rich, often bloody, history of the region. The Romans and early Christians, the later border wars between the English and the Scots and the two World Wars have all left their imprints on the region, giving rise to a plethora of fascinating ancient and historical sites and buildings. Some of the most spectacular are the magnificent chain of castles, including dramatic Bamburgh, perched high on its rocky outcrop, the vast, romantic ruins of Dunstanburgh, the palatial splendour of Floors, impressive Thirlestane "one of the seven great houses of Scotland" and foreboding Alnwick, made famous as the location for Hogwart’s School in the Harry Potter films.

The region also boasts a number of important houses including Traquair, the oldest inhabited house in Scotland, Abbotsford, the home of Sir Walter Scott, Manderston, the location for Channel 4’s ‘The Edwardian Country House’ and award-winning Paxton, reputed to be the finest example of an eighteenth-century Palladian country house in Scotland.

At low tide, drive across the causeway to the famous religious retreat of Holy Island, or Lindisfarne. This tiny, picturesque island is home to the evocative remains of a ruined eleventh-century priory, a beautifully restored castle and the infamous Lindisfarne Mead. Similarly impressive ecclesiastical splendours are the majestic abbey ruins at Jedburgh and at Dryborough, which is the burial place of Sir Walter Scott.

For further information see: and

Cornhill on Tweed


The River Tweed has a deserved reputation as one of the world's finest salmon rivers and produces more fish caught to the fly than any other river in Britain. The property is ideally located for anyone fishing the lower and middle Tweed beats between Coldstream and Melrose.

For further details and advice about fishing on Tweed including availability and booking, please contact us or the following agencies:

FishTweed Tel: 01573 470612


Sale & Partners Tel: 01668 280803



Northumberland and the Scottish Borders are a golfer’s paradise boasting over 100 courses from challenging PGA Championship courses, to picturesque links and parkland courses to suit all standards. We can offer discounted green fees at a number of courses within an hour’s drive of our houses. Please contact us for further information.


We have an arrangement to offer guests shooting for a variety of game at the nearby Ayton Estate, one of the most outstanding arable shoots in the Scottish Borders. The shoot encompasses some 4,000 acres of arable land and 600 acres of woodland with a release plan of 7,000 pheasants and 2,000 partridge.

Driven pheasants - Renowned for its high pheasants, the shoot produces 100 to 400 bird days with an average price of £24 per bird depending upon the season and total bag.

Duck flighting - The estate offers four flight ponds with plenty of wild duck coming in from the North Sea. An evening’s duck flighting can be arranged for 2 to 10 guns and can be combined with a day’s driven pheasant or rough shooting. Prices vary depending upon the season and number of guns.

Rough shooting - A day’s rough shooting will present challenging shots for woodcock as well as pheasant, partridge, duck, snipe, wood pigeon and ground game. A day can be arranged for 2 to 8 guns. The average price is £140 per gun depending upon the number of guns and whether dogs are required.

Stalking - The Ayton Estate produces some excellent trophy bucks. The prices per beast for roe bucks are £300 up to a bronze, bronze £400, silver £520 and gold £620.

Please contact us for further information, availability and prices.

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Emma Crabtree (Property Manager Crabtree & Crabtree Lettings Ltd)

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