Living room: With open fire, DVD player with monitor for DVD use and a selection of DVDs, radio, single sofa bed for occasional extra guest use (additional small charge when booking).
Kitchen /Dining area: With electric cooker, electric hob, microwave, larder fridge and freezer.
Bedroom 1: With kingsize zip and link bed and en-suite wet room with shower and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With king-size zip n link bed.
Bedroom 3: With zip and link twin beds (can be kingsize on request).
Bathroom: Wet room with cast iron free-standing bath and toilet.
Welly Hoos: Covered area with racks/hooks for fishing gear, mountain bikes and walking boots.
Yet Luckenburn snuggles in a unique location easily accessible at only 10 miles east of the A68 (within the historic Jedburgh - Hawick - Kelso area), just over the panoramic border into Scotland. Access to it is on a good single track road with the final approach being via a half mile farm track. Inside, the cottage is entirely wheelchair accessible, but the path from the car parking area is grass and gravel.
This traditional single-level detached cottage oozes style with much care and attention to the finer details and comfort such as under-floor heating and original artwork. The accommodation offers a lovely blend of traditional character with a contemporary twist and careful restoration has ensured many original features have been thoughtfully retained. These include a superb feature range with open fire, the focal point in the lounge area – idyllic to gaze into watching flames dance after a day exploring the hills. French doors from every room enhance its bright and airy ambience and lead to a raised decked area which stretches the full length of the cottage, providing the perfect relaxing spot to dine alfresco and watch the sun go down over Leithope forest or for young children to play.
Luckenburn provides an idyllic retreat for those seeking sheer seclusion yet is well placed to explore the scenic beauty, grand houses and gardens and interesting attractions offered by the border ‘toons’ right across the picture postcard of the Scottish Borders.