Eyemouth self-catering holiday cottages
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Self-catering holidays & accommodation in Eyemouth
Located just over the border from England, our Eyemouth cottages allow you to explore the natural beauty of the area known as the Scottish Borders. Whether you’re looking for one of our cosy, coastal boltholes for two or one of our more spacious holiday cottages for a large party, there will be self-catering accommodation in Eyemouth to suit your needs. Situated on the attractive Berwickshire Coast Path, overlooking the North Sea, walkers will love exploring the wild and rugged scenery whilst appreciating the breathtaking views. The lively town is steeped in history with many of its streets and buildings having associations with the smuggling trade of times gone by; the most famous of these is Gunsgreen House, which is now open to visitors. This is a lovely part of south Scotland to explore.
Eyemouth holidays are suitable for a range of guests; whether you’re keen walkers, cyclists, historians, photographers or outdoor adventurers, there will be something for you to immerse yourselves in. With holiday lets in both Eyemouth itself and the surrounding area, you can choose to have the convenience of the independent shops and eateries on your doorstep, or to be somewhere more remote and peaceful. Wherever you stay, rest assured that you’ll have somewhere stylish and comfortable to return home to of an evening to spend quality time with loved ones. For those looking to venture further afield, you can also visit Northumberland, just over the border, or Edinburgh, if you’re prepared to travel. Take a look at our collection of Eyemouth holiday cottages, Scottish Border cottages and cottages across South Scotland, and start planning your getaway to Scotland.