This detached holiday home is ideal for families or friends who want to get together, parties of fishers, or those looking for a house in the country that can accommodate large parties of up to ten guests. Within easy access to Kelso, Edmonston House is ideal for shopping, eating out and local attractions, along with relaxing weekends away.
Described as 'The most beautiful, if not the most romantic town in Scotland' by Sir Walter Scott, Kelso sits in a stunning setting, amongst the Cheviots, with the River Tweed (famous for salmon fishing) winding its way around its pretty Georgian cottages and fascinating octagonal parish church. The gorgeous townhouses and 18th century cobbled square lined with fantastic shops selling pottery, tweeds, cashmere and local essential produce, give a sophisticated French market feel, putting the fun back into shopping.
In the heart of reiver country, Kelso is a superb base for exploring the Scottish Borders with all its interesting history, sports facilities, geography and both outdoor and relaxing activities. The area has much to offer in terms of eating establishments and unique shops in the charming Border Towns. The Borders are world famous for salmon fishing with Kelso boasting the renowned Junction Pool on the river Tweed (brown trout fishing is also available on the river Tweed and its tributaries and The Eden offers grayling fishing - free to guests by arrangement with the owners).
Maggie Stewart joined Independent Cottages in September 2006
Edmonston House is ideal for get togethers of friends and family, school/uni reunions, fishing breaks or any large groups seeking a private house in the countryside, that is easily accessible to the many attractions of Kelso.
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There are a few nights available over Easter - Help feed the lambs and enjoy free range eggs.