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ABOUT

The self catering accommodation at Newstead Mill  is situated within the Eildon Hills and Leaderfoot National Scenic Area, in the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Scotland. The picturesque town of Melrose is within one mile and easily reached by a choice of level, roadside or country paths, passing by the well preserved remains of the beautiful Abbey. Here you will find some excellent restaurants and speciality shops. In April, the famous Melrose Rugby Sevens tournament is held in the town, the big crowds creating a great carnival atmosphere.

For walking, cycling, mountain biking, fishing, golfing and visiting  many historic and archaeological sites without needing to take the car, the lovely, comfortable accommodation at Newstead Mill is second to none!

ABOUT

The self catering accommodation at Newstead Mill  is situated within the Eildon Hills and Leaderfoot National Scenic Area, in the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Scotland. The picturesque town of Melrose is within one mile and easily reached by a choice of level, roadside or country paths, passing by the well preserved remains of the beautiful Abbey. Here you will find some excellent restaurants and speciality shops. In April, the famous Melrose Rugby Sevens tournament is held in the town, the big crowds creating a great carnival atmosphere.

For walking, cycling, mountain biking, fishing, golfing and visiting  many historic and archaeological sites without needing to take the car, the lovely, comfortable accommodation at Newstead Mill is second to none!

MILL LADE COTTAGE - Self Catering

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Rated 5 stars on Coolstays and nominated for a design award, this comfortable cottage built by local craftsmen using traditional methods and materials with a stylishly contemporary interior has stunning, panoramic views over the Tweed Valley from both within and outside on its elevated terrace.

  • Bedroom with king sized bed

  • Fully equipped, modern, fitted kitchen

  • Living room with balcony/terrace

  • Mezzanine gallery

  • Shower room

  • Wood burning stove

  • Central heating

  • Spacious on site parking

  • Level access

  • Private garden

  • Bike Store

The  main bedroom with access to the terrace, has a king sized double bed and spacious wardrobe facilities. The comfortable living area, again with balcony access, is  delightfully restful. Through the wide, full height, windows,  you can observe the beautiful landscape and the changing moods of light  and colour, in any season. On colder days  enjoy  the glow and warmth of the Scandinavian, wood burning stove. Underfloor heating beneath the solid oak flooring adds even more comfort. The open plan, contemporary kitchen area is equipped with every convenience needed to enable you to enjoy your stay. Up above, the mezzanine gallery has a restful seating area for reading or just relaxing and there is even space for you to practise your yoga, meditation or mindfulness.  

 

During the sunny day time and warm evenings, you can enjoy al fresco living on the extensive, sheltered terrace decking which runs the full length of two sides of the cottage and has a beautiful, clear, (safety) glass balustrade, allowing uninterrupted views from both inside the cottage and outside. You’ll also love the panoramic, evening views from the secluded ‘sundowner seat’ in the rose garden at the end of the garden

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MALTHOUSE LOFT - Self Catering

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This imaginatively designed, waterside accommodation is situated in a lovely garden area adjacent to beautiful, open countryside with views towards Melrose Abbey and Gattonside Heights. The light and spacious open plan, first floor accommodation has a king sized bed, spacious shower room area, separate WC as well as comprehensive kitchen facilities, including a wood fired oven. It’s the perfect base for a few days walking, cycling or exploring in the beautiful Border country!

  • Sitting/dining area
  • King sized bed
  • Shower, wash basin and separate wc.
  • Kitchen facilities including a gas hob, microwave oven with grill, fridge-freezer
  • Wood-burning stove with oven and hotplates,
  • Private parking
  • Private garden area
  • Bike store
  • Waterside and countryside terraces for relaxing and barbecuing.

The Malthouse Burn which once powered both the Abbey water mill at Melrose and the mill at Newstead flows through the garden. The sound of the water cascading over a small weir provides a beautiful, restful ambience in any season.

Check out the photo gallery too see more of the scenic locations on foot or by bike from our doorstep!

This imaginatively designed, waterside accommodation is situated in a lovely garden area adjacent to beautiful, open countryside with views towards Melrose Abbey and Gattonside Heights. The light and spacious open plan, first floor accommodation has a king sized bed, spacious shower room area, separate WC as well as comprehensive kitchen facilities, including a wood fired oven. It’s the perfect base for a few days walking, cycling or exploring in the beautiful Border country!

  • Sitting/dining area
  • King sized bed
  • Shower, wash basin and separate wc.
  • Kitchen facilities including a gas hob, microwave oven with grill, fridge-freezer
  • Wood-burning stove with oven and hotplates,
  • Private parking
  • Private garden area
  • Bike store
  • Waterside and countryside terraces for relaxing and barbecuing.

The Malthouse Burn which once powered both the Abbey water mill at Melrose and the mill at Newstead flows through the garden. The sound of the water cascading over a small weir provides a beautiful, restful ambience in any season.

Check out the photo gallery too see more of the scenic locations on foot or by bike from our doorstep!

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ON THE DOORSTEP

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Melrose Abbey

Founded in 1136 by the Cistercian order of monks, the well-preserved ruins of this beautiful building are just a short walk from Newstead Mill. The heart of King Robert the Bruce is believed to be buried there.  For further information, including opening times, visit:

Eildon Hills

Rising above the village of Newstead to an altitude of 422 metres, the Eildons are comprised of three conical peaks, the nearest to Newstead being the North Hill. 

River Tweed

The mill lade or mill stream which once powered a water wheel at Newstead Mill, flows into the famous salmon river, a short distance away. On a walk by the river, you can sometimes see salmon leaping out of the water, otters, foxes and deer and always an abundance of water birds.

Also a short walk and set in lovely countryside  guarding the valley of the river Tweed is the site of the Roman fort of Trimontium (the place of the Three Hills). Although no remains are visible above ground, there is a monument and several information boards describing the camp, including the site of an amphitheatre.

Leaderfoot Viaduct

This elegant structure, spanning the river Tweed was built in 1863 to carry the Berwickshire railway. It was restored in 1986 and is now a category A listed structure, managed by Historic Scotland. It’s an ideal subject for photographers with the red sandstone arches and river set against the colours of the rising banks and hills beyond in the ever changing light.

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