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Tucked away in a tranquil setting on a private country estate, Stotfield Cottage is a cosy rural hideaway where guests can enjoy a gentler pace of life amidst scenic surroundings. Rest, relax and simply soak up the peace and quiet of this picturesque spot or indulge in more active pursuits whilst exploring the outstanding beauty of the wider area.
The property sits on Edgerston Estate just south of Jedburgh and its position nestled in the heart of the border countryside will appeal to outdoor types, nature lovers, or those seeking a blissful escape from it all. The accommodation is presented in a pretty cottage style with an open plan living/kitchen space with wood burning stove and French doors leading out to a raised deck for a spot of wildlife watching over a lazy summer lunch. The cottage benefits from Sky TV for a little relaxed entertainment, while free Wifi allows you to stay connected and in-touch - if you feel the need.
The three bedrooms (two double, one single) are extremely well presented with pretty detailing and excellent storage space, while the master bedroom features a sumptuous super kingsize bed and en-suite shower room.
Each room of the property benefits from a sunny open outlook across mature woodland. Its location on a private estate with hardly any passing traffic means that children have plenty of space to run around or paddle in the Kaim Burn which flows through the grounds just a short distance from the property.
Edgerston has a rich history and its position just a few miles north of the English border means that it was often the first line of defense against the English in an area where armies marched and battles and lawlessness raged over 300 turbulent years. The remains of a peel tower can still be seen on the estate and the area’s important position in history is still commemorated each year when hundreds of riders on horseback ride the boundary as part of the Jethart Callant���s Festival.