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Islestone, 1 Temperance Terrace

Sleeps 3
2 dogs
2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms

Islestone, is a pretty, stone-built cottage situated in the coastal town of Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland. This two-bedroom end terrace has a light and airy interior with contemporary amenities and is just a stone’s throw away from the beach, perfect for families and friends. Islestone, is pet-friendly and has roadside permit parking with a disk and a side garden to savour a glass of wine on balmy evenings. A few steps up lead to the living/dining room, featuring a sofa, an armchair and a Smart TV for some downtime, and dining seating for four. Walking through the home, the kitchen has everything you need for a self-catered stay, including a gas cooker and a breakfast bar area to enjoy snacks. After a day whiling away the hours on the beach, venture upstairs to the bathroom; here you can relax with a soak in the roll top bath before heading to bed. There are two white-washed bedrooms, with a king-size with storage and a single with a quaint reading area by the window. Islestone, is within walking distance to the East Coast Main Line railway station, whilst there are frequent buses heading towards prime locations, including Holy Island, Bamburgh, Eyemouth and St Abbs, making it possible to enjoy a car free getaway. Berwick-upon-Tweed is a historic town in Northumberland, situated on the Scottish border. The town is home to several attractions, including Berwick Boat Trips, Royal Border Bridge, and the Elizabethan Walls, still intact, surrounding the old town. There are also several cafes and restaurants, including Foxtons Wine bar and Restaurant, The Pilot Inn, a traditional pub hosting live music and a dog-friendly beer garden, Northern Edge Cafe, and Pier Red, which is part cafe, part art gallery and part wine bar. Berwick beach is within walking distance and a short car journey will take you to the wide expanses of Cocklawburn, Cheswick and Goswick beaches, with iconic Bamburgh dunes and beach just over 20 miles down the coast and accessible by car or bus. Must visit destinations while in the area include Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle and a boat trip from Seahouses around the Farne Islands, whilst heading north will bring you to St Abbs village and national nature reserve with its stunning cliff top walk. Visit the ancient town of Alnwick on your travels, hosting the imposing Alnwick Castle and the beautiful Alnwick Garden. The Alnwick Garden is a horticultural masterpiece, with ornate gardens, a towering treehouse, and the infamous Poison Garden, which is home to some of the deadliest plants in the world. Also within reach is Edinburgh, a city of towering stone castles and narrow cobblestone streets. The city's most famous attraction is Edinburgh Castle, which looms over the city from its perch on Castle Rock. The National Museum of Scotland is also a must-see, as is Holyrood Park, which offers stunning views of the city. For all this and more, consider Islestone.

Central heating. Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. Smart TV, selection of books, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Roadside permit parking with a disc. Side garden with gravelled area, furniture and lockable storage for bikes and kayaks. Two well-behaved dogs’ welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 0.3 miles, pub 0.1 miles, beach 0.8 miles. Note: Garden is not fully enclosed. Note: There are two steps into the property at the front entrance and level access via the side door into the kitchen. Note: Guests will be supplied with the parking permit upon arrival

Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x single. Bathroom with roll top bath, basin and WC. Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin, and WC. Kitchen. Living/dining room

Berwick-upon-Tweed is a Northumberland coastal town with four sandy beaches, riverbank walks, and cycling trails. Walk the town's Elizabethan walls to see the River Tweed estuary and Berwick's three bridges, including the Royal Border Bridge. Visit the town's museums, enjoy the beach, and be inspired by its galleries. Duns has award-winning butchers, a superb delicatessen, bars, and restaurants, and the Jim Clark Museum and Rally attract racing fans from around the world. Duns Castle is a picturesque castle with well-marked woodland and lakeside paths.

Check-in: From 15:00pm
Check-out: Until 10:00am

Features

Beach Nearby
Tennis Court Access
Parking Available
Secluded
Garden / Patio
WiFi
Rural
Family Friendly
Outdoor Furniture
Central Heating
Coastal
Unique
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Shop Nearby
Bird Watching Nearby
Cycling Nearby
Fishing Nearby
Golf Nearby
Walking / Hiking Nearby
Heating

Reviews

“Had a lovely time at cottage clean and tidy we would go back to cottage but problem sykes not helpfull thought cottage was for 4 guests paid deposit would not refund my deposit and not amend booking it was my partners 60 th so my daughter and her partner could not go a very strict policy would nor recommend sykes. no customer service.but as a host thank you to Anne great cottage will come back not with skyes”
— Previous guest, 29 September 2023

Location

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Food and Drink
553 m
188 m
335 m
359 m
173 m
Places to Visit
530 m
5.6 km
497 m
6.6 km
Transport
84.1 km
269 m
Great Outdoors
682 m
985 m
1.2 km
1.5 km
2.2 km
Shopping
598 m
894 m
1.0 km
1.3 km
1.4 km
Pets
224 m
Things to Do
1.6 km
555 m
2.1 km

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