This delightful Gold graded for two, Turner Cottage, is ideal for a short break or a longer stay. It is located in the heart of the thriving conservation village of Norham, close to the River Tweed and the historic Norham Castle. Pets are welcome here as there is an enclosed garden. the cottage may be suitable for the less mobile.
Turner Cottage has been fully restored to the highest of satandards and so ha been awarded a Gold award by Visit Englan.The lounge has a log burning stove is set in a natural stone wall, large smart tv for catching up with social media, comfortable seating and beatiful lighting options and free WiFi.There is wood flooring throughout the cottage together with smart rugs. It is decorated with prints of Norham Castle painted by Turner who visited several times. Watch out for the exhibition later this yearThe kitchen, as you would expect comes with all new modern amenities, dishwasher , washing machine, integrated microwave,full oven and hobb and a Krupps coffee machine. All crockery, cutlery and cleaning items are included in the price. The breakfast bar looks out throught the sun lounge to the garden. The sun room is fitted with conservatory furniture and is a real sun trap when the sun shines.There is garden furniture provided when the ssun shines.
The very spacious bedroom is found off the entrance hall where you can leave outdoor coats and shoes. Fresh pure cotton sheets and duvet covers are provided for the double bed. Blankets are also available. A second smart wall mounted tv is tprovided for our guests. The ensuite shower room has an illuninated mirror, heated towel rail and a shower cabinet with a small step.
This cottage may be suitable for the less mobile as all the rooms are on one level. Please ask for our access statement if further information is needed.
There is plenty of on street parking on this quiet road that leads to Norham Castle. The river Tweed runs parallel to Castle Stree and provides lots of walk for guests and dogs alike. The village boasts an artisan bakers shop, an award winning butcher and delicatessen, a general store and a country shop for fishing, shooting and clothing. The village is fortunate to have a post office van calling daily and a mobile fish and chip van each Thursday. Two local pubs are within walking distance where food is available.
Berwick-upon-Tweed and Coldstream are both fifteen minutes drive away wher there is a great range of shops, restaurants, banks vets and doctors
When visiting Norham pop across the old bridge to Scotland and explore the house grounds with its restored water wheel of Paxton House. The old county town of Duns now has a new attraction for lovers of motor sports as the new Jim Clark Museum opens this Spring. Lindisfarne and, Seahouses and Bamburgh Castle are also great attractions