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Embrace the magnificent Scottish Borders countryside from the tranquil surroundings of Yew Trees Cottage. This immaculately presented self-catering coach house is located near the market town of Duns, in the Scottish Borders county of Berwickshire. Situated just a few short miles from Duns, Yew Trees Cottage is a holiday gem, set in the verdant rolling landscape of lowland Scotland. This exceedingly historic region has lots to offer guests, including ancient battle grounds, magnificent castles, Borders peel towers, splendid country estates, abbeys, and of course, lots to entertain outdoor sports enthusiasts and wild life watchers. Explore the numerous historic Scottish Border towns. Kelso, Coldstream, Melrose, Jedburgh, Eyemouth, Peebles and Selkirk each offering the visitor their own unique attractions. Cross the Scottish Borders to Northumberland and you find the Historic Northumberland Border towns of Berwick upon Tweed, backdrop to the hit film The Railway man and Alnwick Town famed for its medieval castle, world famous Alnwick Garden, and the film location of Harry Potters Hogwarts. With many visitor attractions from World class fly fishing to the Jim Clark rally there truly is something for everyone.

Yew Trees Cottage was opened in 2008, after a sympathetic renovation program. The cottage is a beautiful old stone coach house with generous proportions, harking back to days gone by when the pace of life was slower. Careful renovation, design and interior styling has retained all of the charm of the old building and improved upon it, by adding in all the comforts and contemporary features you would expect from a great holiday cottage at a great holiday location.

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Both child and dog friendly, Yew Trees holiday cottage is a real home from home with everything you require for a wonderfully relaxing and memorable holiday. There’s space for up to five guests at the holiday cottage, and lots of space for play, relaxing and dining in the beautifully tended garden: Take a nap in the summerhouse, lounge in the sun with a glass of wine, or just enjoy a delicious barbeque with good company.

Stay at Yew Trees Cottage, and you will find yourself surrounded by both beauty and history. The serenity of the River Whiteadder, just below the cottage, is a haven for birds and wildlife, and the perfect place for a soothing spot of fishing. Take advantage of the fishing rights to the Whiteadder associated with the cottage, and you’ll delight in the sound of the babbling water, bird song, and the softly fragrant river banks abloom with wild flowers.

The cottage is the perfect get-away-from-it-all location, yet it’s not far from the bright lights and cultured elegance of Edinburgh, the Scottish Capital. A trip to ‘Auld Reekie’ is a great event at any time of year. Enjoy the entertainment, theatres, galleries, shops, bars restaurants and café’s of this vibrant and cosmopolitan city; and don’t forget to see the castle, Holyrood Palace, the Royal Yacht Britannia, Old Town and New Town too.

The holiday cottage accommodation is in the perfect get-away-from-it-all location, yet it’s not far from the bright lights and cultured elegance of Edinburgh, the Scottish Capital. A trip to ‘Auld Reekie’ is a great event at any time of year. Enjoy the entertainment, theatres, galleries, shops, bars restaurants and café’s of this vibrant and cosmopolitan city; and don’t forget to see the castle, Holyrood Palace, the Royal Yacht Britannia, Old Town and New Town too.

The market town of Duns is the nearest town to the cottage, where you’ll find independent shopping, sports facilities, museums and parks and transport to Edinburgh.

Ideal for cyclists, walkers and anglers, there are peaceful country lanes, country paths and ancient Ways to follow from your comfortable base at Yew Trees Cottage. Wildlife and bird watchers will love the nature reserves, World Heritage coast line and charming fishing villages scattered throughout the surrounding area, and all within easy driving distance.

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