There are 4, non-smoking, holiday cottages on the farm, in front of the farm steading, looking out onto open countryside. Each cottage has 2 upstairs bedrooms, 1 room with a king-sized bed and 1 room with twin beds, sleeping up to 4 people in total (bedding, towels, cots and high-chairs are provided at no extra cost). Downstairs is a shower room and toilet, open plan sitting room and dining area with Digital free-view television, DVD player and a selection of DVDs, CD player and radio with a selection of CDs, fully fitted modern kitchen with fridge, microwave oven, washing machine, gas hob and electric oven. All rooms have central heating, gas and electric provided at no extra cost. There is block paving and a garden bench outside each cottage along with a large grass area and private parking. FREE WIFI now available.
This is an ideal base to explore The Scottish Borders, Edinburgh and Lothians, East Coast and Northumberland.
A 25% booking fee and letter of confirmation is required within 14 days of provisional booking. The balance to be paid 14 days before arrival. All cheques should be made payable to Mrs Lynden Findlay. On the day of arrival you may gain entry to your cottage from 16.00 hrs onwards and on the day of departure, it would be appreciated if you would vacate your cottage by 10.00 am prompt. Keys can be collected from myself at Neuk Farmhouse. Follow the road past the cottages for about mile and you will come to Chesterfield Country Retreat (caravan park) on the left side of the road. There are 2 houses opposite the caravan park, on the right, and I can be found in the farmhouse. On the day of departure, the keys must be returned to the farmhouse. Registered Assist dogs only are allowed in the cottages. For safety reasons there is no access to the farm.
Neuk Farm is a busy working farm situated about 1.5 miles outside the small village of Cockburnspath, just off the A1, on the East Coast between Dunbar and Berwick-Upon-Tweed. The farm extends to approximately 723 acres and is owned and run by 2 brothers, Arnot and Steven Findlay. They operate a mixed farm growing mainly wheat, barley, turnips, sprouts, sometimes oats and beans, and also have approximately 340 sheep and 250 beef cattle. Relax or have a rock-pool ramble on the secluded beaches at Cove Harbour, Thorntonloch, Skateraw, Barns Ness, White Sands or Pease Bay. Bird watching at St. Abbs, Seabird Centre, North Berwick, or Lindesfarne. Diving at St. Abbs, Eyemouth or Dunbar. Golf at Dunbar, Eyemouth, Whitekirk, Duns. River, loch and sea fishing. Walk part of the Southern Upland Way, John Muir Way, cliff-top walks along the coast stretching between Burnmouth and Dunbar, or experience a guided walk and talk around the walls of the historic town of Berwick-Upon-Tweed. Visit some of the historic houses throughout the Borders, e.g. Manderson, Floors Castle, Mellerstain, Abbotsford, Traquair, Bowhill, Thirlestane, Paxton House (all with varied themed events throughout the season). Have a day out (or perhaps several days) and visit Edinburgh. Take a city bus tour, or visit Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, Royal Yacht Britannia, Botanical Gardens, Museums, Scottish Parliament, Royal Mile, Ghost Tours, Theatres, experience the Festival, have a great day at the shops, plus lots, lots more. (Trains from Dunbar or Park and Ride nearer Edinburgh). Farm Parks at Dunbar and Berwick-Upon-Tweed.
- Children Allowed