|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
The Coach House is part of the original courtyard building dating from 1780. Set within the gardens of Allanbank Courtyard the Coach House has a cosy and intimate feel making it perfect for a peaceful break. It enjoys its own large paved area set within a rose garden,with garden furniture and barbecue. The Coach House is well equipped and decorated in a charming and tasteful manner. The cottage has oil central heating and a traditional wood burner in the dining/ living area. There is a TV/DVD/Freeview/CD/Radio player in the living area. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric oven/hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
The bathroom has a combined bath/shower unit.
The bedroom is of a good size with wardrobe and chest of drawers and enough room for a cot for those travelling with an infant.
Allanbank Cottages are situated in the beautiful Scottish Borders. We offer flexible and comfortable accommodation in our three cottages. We are perfectly located for guests who are looking for a relaxing break and for those who want to explore the many attractions of the Borders and North Northumberland. We are within easy distance of Edinburgh and Newcastle for guests wishing to visit those vibrant cities. Owners Liz and Mike Hardy live on site with their family and will offer you a warm welcome and help to make your holiday or short break a great experience. We can arrange fishing for you in season, and as home to Allanbank Arts, guests are welcome to take part in our programme of art classes or to book individual or group tuition in our beautiful art studio. Dogs are welcome in our two larger cottages.
Liz and Mike Hardy have lived at Allanbank Courtyard in the beautiful Scottish Borders with their family since 2007. We moved from Edinburgh to enjoy a quieter life and a more rural upbringing for their 5 children. Liz works at Allanbank full time, combining running the cottages with managing our small art's centre and refurbishing furniture. Mike is a teacher at a local school. We live next door to the cottages, so are usually on hand to help.
Liz Hardy purchased this apartment in 2007
The eastern side of the Scottish Borders is a bit of a hidden gem. The coastline is stunning, the local towns quiet and attractive, and there is great walking, cycling and fishing all nearby. The area is rich with history, and if castles and stately homes are your thing - we have them in abundance!
At Allanbank Holiday Cottages we go the extra mile for all our guests. We can arrange art tuition/yoga sessions for you and you are welcome to join any of our activities in the studio. We can recommend local places to eat, and things to do, and will even give you a lift to the local pub if you give us some notice!
To book Groom's Cottage, Gardener's Cottage or The Coach House you can call Liz Hardy or email.
A 20% deposit is usually payable but this is dependant on how far in advance you book. The balance is usually due two weeks before your stay, however this again is negotiable depending on how far in advance you book.
Booking usually run from Saturday to Saturday however short and mid-week breaks can be accommodated.
Bookings usually run from Saturday to Saturday, however this is negotiable, and short breaks and long weekends can be accommodated.
Bookings usually run from 3pm on the day of your arrival, and departure is by 10am. This can however be flexible.
Notes on prices:
Prices for full weeks are shown. Short breaks and long weekends can be accommodated and prices adjusted accordingly. For guests staying longer than a week prices can be negotiated. Price includes all linen, towels and heating.
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