Situated in the Historic Harbour Town of Eyemouth and the Breathtaking scenery of St. Abbs
Berwickshire, TD14 5PP
The Beacon is a beautiful stone built detached house which stands in its own private grounds, surrounded by a walled garden which offer privacy to the occupants at all times. At the front of the house there is a garden offering unlimited views over Coldingham Bay and you can see the fishing village of Eyemouth in the distance.
The Beacon is a well presented and spacious retreat, with a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, morning room and the utility room all on the ground floor. The cottage has two televisions one with a DVD player for in house entertainment and the dining room even has its very own traditional coal fire for those cosy evenings in. For the more traditionalists we have a games room with a large selection of jigsaws, cards and board games.
2 Double Bedrooms, 1 Twin Bedroom, 1 Single Bedroom, Traditional coal fire, Bed Linen, Bathroom with bath/shower, WC, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing Machine, Outside Drying Area, Oven, Kitchen Utensils, Central Heating, Double Glazed, Parking for 4 cars.
2 Double Bedrooms, 1 Twin Bedroom, 1 Single Bedroom.
Prime diving location, for the best aquatic experience.
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of Scotland's south east coast.
The crystal clear water, green vistas and inspiring walks.
George Street, Eyemouth, TD14 5HH
Invereye is a private detached house situated in the heart of Eyemouth, in the Scottish Borders. It is ideally located being just minutes from the beach, harbour, shops and local pubs.
Invereye House is a wonderful retreat and great for large parties as it sleeps up to eleven comfortably. Built over three floors all the rooms are big making it ideal for families. The property’s dining area is large and comfortable, while the living room is spacious and relaxing.
Ground Floor Double bedroom with ensuite wet room, First Floor: Twin bedroom, Double bedroom and family bathroom with shower, Second Floor: Twin bedroom and Family room with double and single beds with toilet and shower, All rooms can accommodate travel cots, Garden Patio, Central Heating, Double Glazing, Parking, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, FreeView TV.
Ground Floor Double bedroom with easy access en-suite fully fitted wet room.
Award winning bars, restaurants and cafes are just around the corner.
Able to cater to large parties and entire families, including space for travel cots in every room.
The Scottish Borders are jam packed with great family activities and adventures.
Based in the center of Eyemouth, the museum documents the fishing and social heritage of Eyemouth.
Award winning style bar with a fantastic location is the perfect place to relax.
Has won many awards over the years for thier fish and chips and especially their Ice Cream, Yum!
Built in 1753 Gunsgreen House is a bastion of culture and heritage and perfect for a family visit.
Wave after wave of adrenaline slamming, high octane powerboat action from Eyemouth to St. Abbs.
Inspirational diving in the crystal clear waters of St. Abbs, Eyemouth and the Firth of Forth
Test your golfing skills on 'Britain’s No.1 Most Extraordinary Golf Hole’ alongside Scotland's longest.
A bustling centre of creative energy, for all kinds of family crafting and outdoor activities.
Eyemouth is a small Berwickshire fishing town situated on the south, east coast of Scotland close to the border between Scotland and England. The towns name comes from it’s location at the mouth of the river Eye. THe Berwickshire coastline consists of high cliffs over deep, clear water with sandy coves and picturesque harbours.
The history of Eyemouth has been influenced by the sea for centuries. Once a famous port for smugglers visit Gunsgreen house House and discover the names of smugglers long gone but not forgotten. In 1881 a great storm blew up from nowhere and 189 fishermen drowned, many in sight of the shore. Most households in Eyemouth lost loved ones widows and children were left to cope alone. Read their stories at Eyemouth Museum.
After exploring the history of the town enjoy some hospitality at one of the local pubs or restaurants. Relax with the family on the beach or walk around the harbour, feed the seals and watch the boats unload their catch. Sample local fish and chips followed by award winning ice cream while enjoying the sea views.
Eyemouth also offers a variety of outdoor activities including rib trips round the bay, sea fishing, coastal walks, diving or if you fancy a swim visit our local Leisure Centre, or why not try swimming in the sea. There are plenty of activities for all ages.
The village of St.Abbs is popular with scuba divers, walkers, cyclists and holiday makers. It has a interesting harbour with a cafe where you can enjoy a drink and a crab sandwich and watch the world go by. Situated in the village hall is the visitors centre, crammed with information and history of St.Abbs, across the road in the old school there is a cafe and every Friday the local market is held here. The village has a well-stocked Post Office / Shop.
If you are feeling energetic you can walk up to St.Abbs Head which is part of the National Trust and admire the lighthouse and the large groups of Gannets and Puffins. Looking North on a clear day you can see up the Firth of Forth towards the Bass Rock at North Berwick, Edinburgh and the Fife coast. There is a lovely sandy beach at Coldingham Bay which is only five minutes’ walk along the coastal path. The beach is patrolled by the RLSS so families can swim and surf safely.
St.Abbs is a perfect base to allow you to explore both the Scottish Borders and Northumberland. Edinburgh Scotland’s capital is about an hour’s drive north from St.Abbs. Edinburgh is a beautiful city which is steeped in history with lots to do for both young and old.
More locally, visit the village of Coldingham and see Coldingham priory and then enjoy a meal in the one of the local pubs. Visit Eyemouth which has a working harbour, discover the history of smuggling in the area at Gunsgreen House or visit the museum and learn about the Great fishing Disaster which happened in October 1881. Alternatively enjoy the unique opportunity to feed the seals from the harbour side. Eyemouth has a 25 metre four lane swimming pool with a smaller teaching pool or why not swim in the sea from the sandy beach at the promenade