You will always find plenty to see and do throughout the year at Edenmouth Holiday Cottages. Located in the stunning verdant countryside of the beautiful Scottish Borders, the cottages provide self-catering and bed and breakfast accommodation for fun filled family holidays, or relaxing get-away-from-it-all staycations.
Situated in the heart of the Borders, just three miles from the historic market town of Kelso, Edenmouth offers guests the opportunity to experience the real feel of the area. Get out and about on foot, on a bike, a bus, or in a car, and you’ll discover a region that is as well known for its stunning beauty, as for its wealth of history.
A relaxing drive around the winding hill roads of the Borders brings new stunning vistas with every turn. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the region in local towns, country houses, castles and historic battle sites. You don’t even need your own car, simply fly into Edinburgh or Newcastle International Airports from anywhere in the world, or take the Intercity train and rent a car to drive to your cottages at Edenmouth by Kelso.
Bus transport is available from the main road just a short walk down the private driveway. Local direct services go to Kelso, Coldstream, Berwick-upon-Tweed and then on to other Borders towns such as Selkirk, St Boswells, Duns, Gaslashiels, Hawick, Peebles, Jedburgh and Wooler. No matter how you choose to travel during your stay at Edenmouth, getting around is easier.
Explore the countryside and local wildlife, enjoy the open air adventure of ruined castles, great country houses, peel towers, and historic estates, including; Floors Castle, Smailholm Tower, Jedburgh Abbey, Etal Castle, Abbotsford – the home of Sir Walter Scott, Melrose Abbey, the Elizabethan fortifications at Berwick-upon-Tweed, Cragside, Mellerstain House and Gardens, Manderstone House, Paxton House, Traquair House, and Dryburgh Abbey.
Just under an hour away by car and two hours by the picturesque bus route which weaves in and out of local villages and hamlets, you will find the historic Scottish capital, Edinburgh. Once known as Auld Reekie, the capital is garnered with fine examples of Georgian architecture in New Town, its famous castle, and Holyrood Palace – residence of HRH The Queen: You can also discover the Royal Yacht Britannia, which is moored in the docks at Leith.