|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
Sitting just two miles from the charming village of Denholm, Brodie’s Burn has all the right ingredients for a peaceful rural getaway. Bounded by scenic Border countryside and the sound of trickling water from the nearby Hassendean Burn, this warm and inviting three bedroom cottage is a super base to put a busy week behind you and take a break whatever the season.
Brodie’s Burn sits at the end of a small terrace of cottages in a tiny farm hamlet and enjoys a tranquil setting at the foot of the Minto Hills where you can unwind and soak up the peace, quiet and fresh country air on long walks with your four-legged friend. Inside, this pretty cottage has everything you need for a comfortable stay. The accommodation sits on one floor with a cosy sitting room, three bedrooms, and a well equipped kitchen where you can relax after a busy day exploring the beautiful Borders countryside.
The side of the property leads onto a grassy stretch backed by woodland which leads down to the Hassendean Burn and is a super spot where children can leap into their wellies and delight in a simple game of pooh sticks or perhaps dabble for minnows in the summer months.
The property benefits from free Wifi for when you feel the need to connect to the outside world and entertainment includes a flat-screen TV, Blu-ray DVD, books and a games console for lazy nights in or wet-weather days.
The property sits on one floor and comprises:-
Porch and hallway leading into a small cosy sitting room with 2 sofas and high backed wing chair. Technology includes a flatscreen TV with Freeview and Blu-ray DVD player. There is an X-Box games console with a selection of games. Books, board games and a selection of DVDs are also provided.
The kitchen is fully equipped with electric oven, ceramic hob, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and integrated microwave. Dining table with seating for six.
Family bathroom with corner bath and shower over, basin, shaving point and WC.
Bedroom one - with 3’ twin beds, storage/hanging space, console table, side table.
Bedroom two - single 3’ bed with wardrobe, chest of drawers, and side table. There is a super telescope which guests are very welcome to use.
Bedroom three - master bedroom with 4’6” fixed double bed, wardrobe, two side tables, and chest of drawers. En-suite with shower unit, basin, shaving point, and WC.
Central heating throughout the property.
Wifi and mobile coverage
Wifi is available. Mobile coverage is poor on most networks but this improves in the garden area directly outside the cottage.
There is a shed to the rear of the property but this is not currently available for guest use. Please enquire if you have any requirements for storage for bikes and outdoor gear and the owners will endeavour to accommodate any requests.
Garden and grounds
There is a lawned garden to the front and rear of the house. This area includes a raised decked patio with garden furniture and seating for four. Please note that the garden is fenced but not fully enclosed. The garden extends down onto the Hassendean Burn and children may require supervision in this area.
There is private parking to the rear of the cottage for two/three cars.
A hairdryer is supplied in the master bedroom. Bath sheets and hand towels are provided for guests along with hand soaps.
Babies and children
A travel cot and high chair are available on request.
A small welcome pack is provided.
One large dog or two small dogs are welcome at the property but are not permitted in the bedrooms. Guest should ensure their pets are clean before they enter the property and an outside tap is provided. It is essential that owners clean-up after their pets.
Brodie’s Burn sits at the end of a small terrace of cottages in the small, peaceful farm hamlet of Hassendean. The property is not overlooked.
The property exceeded our expectations. High quality of decor, fittings etc and kitchen was very well equipped. Very clean property inside. Ideal for family with or without dogs! We stayed in January and enjoyed it, but can imagine this is a fantastic location in the summer, being next to a burn and dene.