The Bothy at Redheugh
Stay in the heart of ancient Elliot Clan lands for a true Scottish Borders experience.
The Bothy itself has been sensitively and thoughtfully restored: large south-facing windows and bifold doors to the garden capitalise on the light and sweeping countryside views; ancient, rough-hewn stone walls are painted in fresh white; underfloor heating on the ground floor is complemented by a cosy wood-burning fire in the sitting room; and a ground floor level en-suite bedroom is ideal for families (with adjoining bunk room) or for those guests with limited mobility.
The open-plan, country-style kitchen benefits from a large wraparound work surface with ample space to prepare meals while chatting to others at the dining table and seating area opposite. A mezzanine level above the kitchen, tucked beneath the timber-clad ceiling, serves as a cosy snug – the comfy sofa, bean bags and TV make it the dream escape for children.
In addition to the well-appointed kitchen, there’s a utility room with a freezer and laundry appliances, while a boot room accessed from the rear garden keeps muddy outdoor kit contained. A further two bedrooms and family bathroom are found beneath the eaves upstairs, all continuing the property’s clean, neutral palette and décor.
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