Glebe House self catering holiday house
from £210 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £210 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 10 Home 4591
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House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 10
Imagine a holiday break in Scotland - sitting with your feet up in front of a roaring log fire sipping one of Scotland's finest malts, with your dinner cooking in the well equipped kitchen. The 'kids' can race around the large garden,
Short breaks any season Reduction of around 15% per night for up to 4 adults.
The handsome comfortably furnished 10m drawing room, separate dining room and entrance hall farmhouse style kitchen allows for large families, special occasions and groups. Outside catering is available on request. Beautifully appointed bedrooms and bathrooms including a 4 poster.
Wi-Fi broadband internet access, (bring your laptop), board games. fantastic library of books.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Walk straight from the door!
On sunny days the sun streams in through the south facing aspect of this lovely home. Have a barbecue and play on the spacious lawns. fish the stream.
Deer Stalkers and Fishing groups. gun cabinet
Lockable Storage for equipment & guns.Holidays, Christmas & Hogmanay in this house! Brilliant!
Edge of village, surrounded by sheep, ponies and cattle and glorious birdsong, this is a peaceful haven away from the normal stresses of life, and yet still close to civilisation, with many local pubs shops & restaurants.
Cashmere outlets too!
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 4 bedrooms|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Scremerston / Northumbrian coast 45 km|
|Nearest Amenities||5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Edinburgh & Glasgow & Newcastle 80 km, Nearest railway: Berwick on Tweed & Edinburgh 45 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Telephone, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Single beds (4), Bunk Beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 12|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Private fishing lake or river|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
3 large bedrooms double and/or twin and 3 large bathrooms(2 with walk in showers)
All bath tubs also have a shower attachment.
'z' beds and cot available.
1 large bedroom on the ground floor comprising twin beds plus adult set of bunk beds.
WC and WHB on ground floor.
ground floor is easily accessible to wheelchairs.
10m long Drawing room,
spacious dining room, seats 14
Family kitchen with breakfast area for 8,
Drying area inside and out.
Ample utensils, china, glasses and cutlery for entertaining.
Summer houses & outdoor furniture & games
Equipment storage and outdoor hose..
Outdoor storage for bikes, shooters & fishers. Freezer for a catch! Gun cabinet
Ample supplies of linens, logs, coal and paper goods.
Extensive library of books.
Maps and local information available.
|Further details outdoors|
2 summer houses and extensive lawns leading down to the Kale water (unfenced but with ha-ha) however the garden is enclosed. Fantastic views, easy or challenging walks.
Happy land for dogs. Just follow the Country Code.
Private fishing. (some swimming 'pools' for the hardy.)
Gorgeous barbecue areas with games and outdoor furniture. A real sun trap.
Ample gravelled driveway parking.
Outdoor courtyard hose for cleaning gear and drying. Outside storage. Freezer for your catch.
Log and coal house for supply to open fireplaces.
Local village hall available for rent for parties of up to 60.
Local church available for Services, weddings christenings etc.
Walking and wild riding for mountain bikers.
Friday changeovers are preferred for weekly lets.. Flexible when possible.
Short breaks can be arranged- weekend or mid-week..
25% deposit on booking, balance due 6 weeks before arrival.
Payment by cheque, Bank transfer or card /Pay Pal
Outside caterers available.
Bicycles for hire locally/mountain bikes
Fly Fishing and Coarse Fishing can be pre-arranged.
Shooting parties can be prearranged
The Scottish Borders region
A beautiful unspoiled part of Scotland with dramatic hills and valleys, interesting local towns with genuine community activities, Festivals and Rugby Sevens.
A hill farming and agricultural area with local shows. Blackface sheep and cattle dominate. Hundreds of horses for riding, racing and fstival common riding weeks.
Great local shopping and get to know the local population who are so helpful.
Textile Mills with cashmere & tartan outlets
Cheviot Hills of Southern Scotland, the peace and privacy is invigorating.
Famously popular with salmon and trout fishers River Tweed. Field sports with stalking available.
Renowned for Hill walking the Pennine way, Dere Street, Southern Upland Way, the 4 Abbeys Way, St Cuthbert's Way
Mountain biking from the door or at Glentress mountain biking centre
Historical sites with famous Abbeys, Emperor Hadrian's Wall, Pictish Forts and Scottish Keeps/Towers.
Stately Homes, historic country houses and gardens.
Kielder Forest park ,
Interesting local pubs and restaurants, local butchers, bakers, salmon smokeries etc.
Alnwick Water Gardens
22 Golf courses. 18 hole championship and tricky 9 holers. Discount vouchers.
Romantic hill country, arrange fishing in rivers, lochs and watch grazing farm animals, wild birds and mammals. Ever changing skies. Quiet roads and genuine people, local produce.
So much to do and to see.
Market towns of Kelso, Jedburgh, Melrose and Hawick close by with their Tartan & Cashmere outlets.
Kelso is a pretty market town - population some 7000 with a lovely square and cobbled streets on the banks of the River Tweed.
Pubs and restaurants - a great choice and all within easy reach.
Kelso Races for jump and flat racing.
Border Union Show ground Kelso with many events. Dog Show in June, Agricultural Show in July, Ram Sales in September and more. Antique & Craft sales.
Borders Common Riding Festivals in each town throughout the summer,
Edinburgh Festival in August/September. Edinburgh Hogmanay/New year Celebrations.
Horse Riding from local riding centres.
Borders Rugby and Sevens Tournaments. Melrose Sevens in April
Salmon and trout fishing on the Rivers Tweed and Teviot and local trout lochs.
Field sports prearranged . Clay pigeon shooting.
Beaches on the Northumbrian Coast. Farne Islands and Holy Island all within easy driving reach.
Ice rink and Curling in Kelso. Water sports at nearby Kielder Reservoir.
Bowling Greens. Tennis nearby.
Border Abbeys. Jedburgh Melrose, Kelso and Dryburgh
The little Hownam church is adjacent so a great venue for weddings and christenings!
Local Mill outlets for Cashmere, knitwear and tweed/tartans.
Mountain Biking at The Hub or Glentress or wild riding in the Cheviots.straight out of Glebe House door!
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16 Jun 2015
"lovely big house&gardens were spectacular"
arrived at glebe house white gates on a lovely day .the house is big nice and clean rooms very spacouse .big family kitchen and drawing room well equiped for 11 people .loved the big garden it was also enclosed so my 3 spaniels loved it ..beds were very comfortable loved the large dinning room also the log fires ..there was just the 4 of us with my 3 dogs but would definently book agein for a family gathering ..outside on the lawn there was plenty of garden furniture to use also it was a sun trap ..the garden is well looked after by the local gardener who was there 2 mornings ..located in a lovely village and was very friendly .local shop was not far away in the next village but we drove down to kelso about 10 miles and shopped in the sainsburys ..will definently book agein it was a lovely weekend ..
Thank you so much for describing your stay in such a picturesque way. So glad the dogs enjoyed it too - yes the garden is a veritable suntrap - we look forward to welcoming you back another time.
8 Jul 2014
"Large Holiday House"
We had an excellent family reunion in a house which was like a home from home. Sarah provided the little personal touches which made our annual get-together the success it was. The well kept large garden provided the play area for the children of all ages and after the party were peaceful for relaxing in. The surroundings were rural but beautiful and just the setting for the holiday we were looking for.
You were a wonderfully well organised family, so that with a piper and a great meal, your celebration obviously was a great success in the house and in the garden!
5 Jul 2014
"Perfect family weekend"
A lovely spacious home with stunning grounds. We celebrated my mum and dads 50th wedding anniversary here and we could not have found a better location. The kitchen was very well equipped with everything we needed and more and the house itself had lots of room for the family to relax. Many thanks
Thanks for your kind words, great news that celebration went well. will send the charger you left but could not locate to kitchen tongs today.
2 Apr 2014
""Relaxing break in a fabulous big house!""
Visited with a group of friends and 4 dogs. Emails from the owner very friendly and helpful. Large well contained house, very homely with a relaxed atmosphere and plenty of wood/coal for the fire! Garden great for boisterous dogs! We didn't travel far as too relaxed in the house and garden! I would definitely recommend this house if looking for a relaxing break (especially as the beds were SO comfortable!!)
Lovely to read - please do return to enjoy the area again!
1 Nov 2013
"The Border Experience"
A note to let others know what a beautiful family orientated home that Glebe House is. It sits on the edge of a beautiful garden surrounded by small river which the children and the dogs thoroughly enjoyed. House accommodated 10 of us with ease and it felt like a home from home. Would be happy to recommend. Kelso well worth a vist
We love it too - so it is special to know that you have appreciated its ambiance.
29 Oct 2013
"Superior, luxury accommodation amidst stunning, spectacular Border scenery"
Glebe House is a character gem set within spectacular scenic grounds and Border Countryside. Spacious, beautifully furnished and supported by an owner whose planning and organisational skills leave nothing to chance for a hugely enjoyable holiday. Walking, Fishing, Clay Shooting, Tourist sites i.e. Flodden Battlefield are there to enjoy. Distractions of Pheasants strutting the lawns can be overcome by a huge glass of malt by a roaring log-fire. Relaxing, peaceful, excellent shops (Learmonth Butchers in Jedburgh with Scotch Pies to kill for !!!). Very superior holiday accommodation, a truly fabulous place.
I can see that you really enjoyed your stay and participated in all sorts of activities that are available within range-thanks so much!
1 May 2013
"WONDERFUL WEEKEND AT GLEBE HOUSE"
eight of us have just spent a fantastic four days at Glebe House. The house is so large and comfortable lots of fuel for the fire. Hundreds of books and lots of board games. every room is very well equipped nothing you would need to take for your stay, The garden is lovely with a stream running at the bottom of the lawn. Kirk yetholm and Morebattle pretty villages nearby serve delicious food. we would definetely recommend this place and we will be returning next year.
So glad you liked Glebe House and wish to return again next year. Yes the local hostelries are now catering for 'foodies' and serving excellent fare. Many opportunities to sample local ingredients from Tweed salmon to Border lamb!
29 Apr 2013
"a truly amazing house, beautiful, quiet location and extremely helpful owner!"
Glebe house is one of the most beautiful houses I have had the pleasure of staying in, it's location is quiet and the views are second to none! There a plenty of walks on the doorstep, a few of which we had the pleasure of tackling on our stay, these would also make brilliant mountain bike trails (here's wishing I had taken my bike!) The grounds are also stunning and with the mass of outdoor games supplied at the house you could have a week of fun withou even going out the gate! With the main town of Kelso being just a 15minute drive down the road it's easy to stock up on anything you might need, we also traveled to a couple of local castles in the area which were great for a day out! Berwick upon tweed is about 40 mins drive and is a lovely seaside town with possibly the best fish and chips I have ever had. All in all a brilliant long weekend and I can't wait to go back!!
Thanks for such a happy sounding review - we agree - it is a great mountain biking area, and as for the fish and chips in Berwick, I will have to suggest that to others too. You may also hire a skippered boat and fish off shore next time!
2 Mar 2013
"A fantastic place for a large number of guests, superbly equipped in every respect."
A quiet, peaceful and comfortable house. Surrounded by beautiful countryside with a river running around the perimeter of the garden. It was beautifully kept and had many areas to explore for children. Lots of fun games and jigsaws for adults and children alike. Each room was incredibly well equipped especially the kitchen and dining room. The open fire was supplied with plentiful logs and coal. Warm beds each with electric blankets were a nice surprise! Wifi was very useful to keep in touch with life if you felt the need. It was a real 'home from home'. Many books on different topics were available to read and the children loved late night stories of William Wallace.
Thanks so much for a lovely review - clearly showing me that you had enjoyed a very happy time at Glebe House with your extended family.
29 Jan 2013
"Charming Family House in a peaceful rural setting."
Very peaceful location. House ideal for family groups enjoying walks and family games around a log fire. House well equipped and spacious and lovely garden and wildlife. Remote location makes for poor mobile phone reception. Some of us think this a bonus. Bulging bookshelves mean that it would be difficult to run out of reading material.
thank you for your review - we appreciate the time you took to do this following your stay.
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