A warm welcome awaits all guests at Butterlaw Farm Steading. From the moment you step into the house you will be the priority. Located in a stunning rural setting with luxury accommodation and breakfast. Dating back over 150 years, Butterlaw has recently been converted. It is a unique, luxury boutique style bed and breakfast, with a stylish and contemporary classic interior, designed and furnished by Michael, a leading interior designer. Located 15 minutes from Kelso and the heart of the Scottish Borders, and 20 minutes from Berwick upon Tweed.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Butterlaw Farm Steading?
Butterlow Farm Steading is made up of three bedrooms. The first bedroom is a generous king-sized bedroom with a four-poster bed, mirror fitted wardrobes and french doors leading on to a patio area with a bistro-style table. The second bedroom was made by merging two smaller bedrooms into one. It boasts a super king bed that can be easily separated into twin beds. Last but by all means not least is a super king-sized bedroom offering a separate dressing room as well as a large en-suite.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Coldstream area?
The border of Scotland is marked by a rich history, magnificent landscape and majestic architecture. Wooded river valleys, salmon fisheries, farmlands, rolling hills and the most distinctive towns and golf courses in Scotland are all waiting for you. The small market town of Melrose, a former "Tourism Town of the Year" and the birthplace of the Rugby Sevens game, lies at the feet of the Eildon Hills. There are a handful of unique antique, design and gift shops that make up the town. Why not visit Sir Walter Scott's Home, Abbotsford House. There is also Melrose Abbey, the burial placeof the heart of Robert the Bruce, dating back to 1136, and don't miss the nearby Harmony Gardens before you return home to Butterlaw.