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Old Manor - Coldingham

Coldingham, Scottish Borders
Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4
Change Sat
No Dogs
5 star
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Towels included
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Spacious rooms throughout with modern, fresh coastal decor
  • A fantastic light-filled seaside house with spectacular views
  • Enclosed garden with lawn, patio and plenty of parking space
  • Sitting room with wood burner and sea views from the lovely bay window
  • Just metres from sandy family-friendly Coldingham Bay
  • Coastal and lochside walks on hand, plus fascinating historic castles and houses to explore
Property code: CA256

With sea views and a secret path to the beach plus large airy rooms and a pretty garden, this fantastic seaside house is the perfect place for that long-awaited get-together.

Perched above Coldingham Beach near Eyemouth, this newly renovated seaside home with 19th-century connections is a short stroll from the shore. Sleeping ten guests comfortably across four bedrooms, this happy hideaway offers spectacular sea views and spacious elegant living. It’s perfect for large family get-togethers and makes a wonderful backdrop to your picture-postcard holiday memories together. The surrounding Scottish Borders region is utterly charming with quiet country lanes and scenic road drives, plus historic towns and fishing villages to explore along the way.

On arrival, step in from the front garden where guests are treated to a warm welcome at this stylish abode. Inside, you’ll find bright and airy interiors throughout with calming neutral tones, large picture windows with coastal views, and contemporary flooring in this enviable living space. There’s a distinct air of New England style complemented by beautifully designed furniture and furnishings to give that cool coastal feel. The welcoming owners have thought of everything: laundry appliances, a travel cot, even beach towels so you can save on packing for your stay, and there’s plenty of space for group gatherings or quiet corners for catching up on a favourite book.

On the ground floor, you’ll find the open-plan kitchen/dining area and perfect spaces to cosy up. Relax by the living room bay window, curl up near the toasty wood burner or unwind with a film in the TV room. It’s easy to kick back and relax in all seasons here with the bright sun-filled interiors. Artists in your group may be inspired to paint the wonderful views from the cosy sofa, or perhaps to emulate great Scottish bards and compose a wee poem or two! Rustle up delicious feasts on the range cooker for the crowd to enjoy in the open-plan kitchen and dining room, thoughtfully designed for sociable mealtimes together. Upstairs, you’ll be delighted to find that the super cosy bedrooms are all en-suite, so it’s easy to snuggle your way to slumber. Choose from two king-size bedrooms and two twin bedrooms. Two single folding z-beds are also available if needed.

Outside, you’ll find a private enclosed front garden where there’s a seated BBQ area for al fresco dining with sea views, plus a rear garden. Discover the secret path that leads down from the garden to the pristine beach below and enjoy fabulous coastal walks. You’ll also find a surf shop, beach cafe and lifeguards by the shore, while dolphins have been known to make an appearance too! For lazy lunches and afternoon wanders, enjoy hotel dining, craft shops, and cafes within walking distance, plus village pubs within a mile.

Please note there is a refundable £250 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 4 bedrooms - 2 king and 2 twin
  • 2 single fold-up beds or double sofa bed available on request
  • 4 en-suite bathrooms - 2 shower rooms, 1 with shower over bath and 1 with bath only
  • Electric range oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher
  • Nespresso coffee machine (no pods supplied)
  • Utility room with washing machine
  • Highchair, booster seat available
  • TV/DVD player and games console
  • Wood burner – starter pack of logs included
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Enclosed gardens to front and back with patio, furniture and BBQ
  • Ample private parking

Take a short stroll to St Abbs village for morning coffees or brunch with fresh fish, delicious crabs and fresh oysters to savour, and visit the weekly craft market where you can source local arts, crafts, gifts and home-baked treats (April to December). The region also hosts occasional pop-up markets in nearby villages. Hiking guests will enjoy the amble onwards to St Abbs Head which offers clifftop walks with breathtaking views.

Head to Eyemouth (4 miles) where you can enjoy Whisky Galore moments in the local pubs which share wonderful tales of smugglers past. Or walk into Coldingham village (1 mile) which has ample eateries to try. Get surf lessons next door at the local surf school and show off your new skills in Coldingham Bay. Take a drive to bonnie Berwick-upon-Tweed (13.5 miles), where you can all enjoy the town's ancient wall walk, a 3-mile circular walking trail running from the coastline around the walls and its Elizabethan ramparts. At the end of this trail you can reward yourself with refreshments along the town's sandy shores or explore its wonderful shops, galleries and museums. For longer jaunts, join the Berwickshire Coastal Path at Cockburnspath (11 miles), which runs for 30 miles to Berwick.

This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Miss Scott May 2019

Have been going to Coldingham since I was a wee girl and after travelling the world its still one of the most magical and special places to me. I didn't think I could love the place anymore but the old manor just did. The house is fabulous - what sets it apart from other self catering accommodation in the area is not only the spectacular setting anRead mored views is the attention to detail in the house....everything is modern, high quality and clean. It feels like a home from home. The welcome biscuits and Prosecco are a lovely touch. Hide

Reviewed by Ms Lowden February 2018

It was the perfect spot to come with a group of friends. Enough room to all be together or alternatively find a quite space if needed. The house met all our needs comfortable, well equipped, light, spacious, cosy and beautifully decorated. Just a short walk to the beach and on the coastal path for those who wanted a longer walk. Remarkably, for a FRead moreebruary weekend, the shone the three days we were there. Hide

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