Tweed Cottage, Paxton is at the centre of the oldest part of what was the estate village for the Adam designed Paxton House. It is a really delightful traditional cottage for a couple which has been brought up to the best twentyfirst century standards while keeping the style and “feel” of the original so, you have an en suite bathroom and a modern kitchen, full central heating and double glazing but you also have the original exposed beams and narrow stair. The village has a really good inn, and Paxton House, one of Britain’s finest Palladian style mansions, is just a couple of minutes walk away. Paxton village is between the mighty river Tweed and its first tributary, the Whiteadder – a truly magical location. The coast, at Berwick-upon-Tweed, is only six miles away and there are wonderful little seaside villages to explore all the way up the Berwickshire coast. Fishing can be arranged on Tweed or Whiteadder and there are golf courses nearby for players up to championship standard at moderate rates.
Berwickshire and the Borders have quiet roads and so are great for the casual and serious cyclist. Tweed Cottage has a special shed for your cycle! Look at all our cottages on www.borderholidayhomes.co.uk