Tower Farm Holidays,
Sleeps: up to 10.
Cot and highchair available.
One dog permitted.
7 nights high season (Jul & Aug) £1000.
7 nights mid season (Apr, May, Jun, Sep, Oct) £900.
7 nights low season (Jan, Feb, Mar, Nov, Dec) £750.
Weekend (3 nights) and Mid week (4 nights) £550.
Christmas & New Year £1200.
For further details please contact:
Tel: 01368 864 782
Reload this mapTower Farm is situated close to the village of Cockburnspath on the east coast of the Scottish Borders with lovely views out to the sea and surrounding hills. This area is well known for its stunning coastline and award winning sandy beaches from East Lothian, through Berwickshire and into Northumberland.
There are two houses available for holiday lets at Tower Farm. Each has its own character and both have excellent public space making them ideal for groups and family gatherings. The houses have been furnished in such a way to give you a relaxed and comfortable feel so you can enjoy your time with family and friends. We like to say this is your home for the duration of your holiday.
Accommodation (click to view):
Red Gauntlet, sleeps up to 10
Catriona, sleeps up to 6
Farmhouse, sleeps up to 10 (details shown below)
Farmhouse - sleeps 8-10 comfortably
This is the original farmhouse and inside you will enjoy the space of a good sized dining room able to sit 20 people, comfortable sitting room with open fire and traditional kitchen with Stanley range making it perfect for large family breaks and special occasions. The real selling point of this house is the walled garden - a large grassed area with a sheltered barbecue area and seating. The Farmhouse has central heating throughout.
- Front door entrance into hall way with good cupboard space and utility area with sink, washing machine and tumble dryer.
- Good sized kitchen with Stanley range, electric cooker, fridge freezer and dishwasher.
- Dinning room that can sit up to 20 people - windows looking out to the garden.
- Small toilet and wash hand basin.
- Large sitting room with coal fire, TV, DVD - windows looks out to the garden.
- 1 Downstairs double bedroom with window looking out to the garden.
- 1 Large Master bedroom with excellent wardrobe space and windows looking out to the garden.
- 3 twin rooms.
- Cot available.
- 1 Bathroom with shower over bath, toilet and wash hand basin.
- 1 shower room, toilet and wash hand basin.
- A walled garden with a large grass area to the back of the house that is ideal for children.
- Sheltered rockery and walled barbecue area with table and chairs.
- Drying line.
- Croquet for the garden.
Ample parking at the side of the house and cars can be parked on the gravel garden area.
- Bed linen, towels, heating and electricity are included in the price.
- Check in time is from 4pm on day of arrival.
- Cots can be provided and child's high chair - must be pre booked.
- For golfers there is an area for practicing you shots - chipping and driving.
- One dog per house - must be house trained and sleep in the kitchen. Also, there are dog kennels across the road Pease Lye.
- No telephone available in the houses - though very good mobile phone reception.
- Check out time 10am on day of departure.
- Walking - the Southern Upland Way starts or finishes in Cockburnspath and passes by the farm. There is excellent low level walking in the Scottish Borders and East Lothian - John Muir Way (East Lothian), Sir Walter Scott Way (Scottish Borders) and St Cuthberts Way (Scottish Borders to Northumberland coast).
- Golf - East Lothian is famous for its quality golf courses. There are a number of quality links golf courses in the area (some championship hosts) - Dunbar, North Berwick West Links, Gullane, Muirfield, Luffness New, Longniddry, Kilspindie and Craigielaw.
- Edinburgh the capital city of Scotland - famous for its architecture and cultural festivals is only 50 minutes drive from the farm or 20 minutes by train from Dunbar station (8 miles from the farm).
- Diving and Surfing - the local beaches (Pease Bay, Coldingham, Whitesands, Belhaven Bay) and coastline (St Abbs and Dunbar) have a long standing reputation for good surfing and excellent diving. The first surf club in Scotland started from Pease Bay - a mile from the farm.
- Scottish Borders - famous for - Floors Castle - Abbeys in Kelso, Melrose, Jedburgh and Dryburgh. The River Tweed and salmon fishing. Common riding weeks, horseracing at Kelso.
- East Lothian - picturesque villages and towns - North Berwick, Gullane, Aberlady, Stenton, Gifford and Garvald. Scottish Sea Bird Centre. Glenkinckie Distillery, Belhaven Brewery and Concorde at the Museum of Flight.
- Northumberland - Berwick upon Tweed, Lindisfarne, Holy Island and Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Castles and Gardens to explore.