On a quiet country lane, serving only one other property, Millsyde is in a quiet, secluded position on a family farm, between The River Tweed and Eden Water, near Kelso, in The Scottish Border Countryside
What makes a stay at Millsyde unique?
Thoughtfully restored, developed and redecorated through-out, the soothing space of Millsyde encourages you to relax and unwind. An environmentally sensitive approach has ensured the cottage has been carefully future proofed and tucked up in a blanket of wool insulation, a benefit in summer as well as winter!
What is the capacity for Millsyde?
Millsyde sleeps up to 6 people in a double master bed room, with king-size bed and ensuite shower room, the two twin-bed rooms can be presented with twin or super-king beds, they share the family bath room which has a bath and shower.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Kelso area?
There is so much to see, do and discover on both sides of The Scottish / Northumberland border. Have a look on Hendersyde web site for lots of ideas and inspiration.
The Borders is an area steeped in history and a rolling unspoiled landscape. Castles and great houses, rivers and lochs, coast and hills are all in easy reach.
Golf courses are scattered across the country. Ways to walk, cycle and ride offer quiet escapes. The local towns are a pleasure to visit, well away from the rush and pressure of every day life!
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
A warm welcome waits with the table set for tea and home- made cakes. Free range, organic eggs, fruit, juice and milk are provided.
You will find a great selection of local shops, supermarkets, places to eat and drink in the delightful market town of Kelso under 3 miles away.
The Farmer's Market in Kelso Square on the 4th Saturday morning of each month is a treat for sampling the high quality of local produce in The Border Country