Oxendeanburn Cottage is a cosy, rural retreat comfortably sleeping 10/11 adults. The cottage has it’s own stone walled garden with secure gates, secure storage for bikes in the adjacent farm buildings and access to our two acre wood with a path leading down to the small burn that gives the property its name. The garden has a BBQ and outdoor furniture for you to use. There is parking for up to 3 cars.
You can walk to the Tweed from the wood and there are several other decent walks that start outside your back door.
Cornhill on Tweed has a wonderful village shop with cafe and Coldstream - just across the border into Scotland - has a bank, large Co-op, excellent Chinese and Indian takeaways, fish and chip shop, petrol station and of course, the Guards Museum. The Collingwood Arms in Cornhill has a bar, a bistro and a restaurant specialising in locally sourced food.
In a car, you can be in Berwick or on a beautiful sandy beach in 20 minutes and either Newcastle or Edinburgh in about an hour. If your interest is in history or the natural world then the Scottish borders, the Cheviots, the Northumberland National Park and Kielder Forest are all on our doorstep and all provide excellent days out.