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Old Manor-sea views sleeps 8-12 with four ensuites – Home 1418204 House

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 12 sleeps
  •  min stay varies
VISITED BY TRIPADVISOR

Old Manor-sea views sleeps 8-12 with four ensuites – Home 1418204

Excellent Excellent – based on 33 reviews

  • House
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 12 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

House / 4 bedrooms / 5 bathrooms / sleeps 12

Key Info

  • Beach/lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.1 mi
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

The Old Manor is part of The Mount a newly refurbished home forming part of a 19th century residence with views directly over the beach at Coldingham Sands and the North Sea in Berwickshire, Scotland. It is an elegant house with fine views and high ceilings furnished to a very high standard. The four bedrooms on the first floor are all en-suite. Two have king-sized beds, one is sea facing and the other slightly larger looks out across the hills. The other two have twin beds with one facing the sea and the other the front garden and country-side. We have two extra z-beds which we can put in any of the bedrooms. The fifth bedroom/TV room is on the ground floor and also has sea views. There is a shower room on the ground floor too. All bathrooms have under floor heating.

Please note: we do have two extra folding single beds for use upstairs to be used in any of the bedrooms. (small fee for occupancy over 10 guests is charge to cover extra linen costs). All the rooms have space for

The Old Manor is part of The Mount a newly refurbished home forming part of a 19th century residence with views directly over the beach at Coldingham Sands and the North Sea in Berwickshire, Scotland. It is an elegant house with fine views and high ceilings furnished to a very high standard. The four bedrooms on the first floor are all en-suite. Two have king-sized beds, one is sea facing and the other slightly larger looks out across the hills. The other two have twin beds with one facing the sea and the other the front garden and country-side. We have two extra z-beds which we can put in any of the bedrooms. The fifth bedroom/TV room is on the ground floor and also has sea views. There is a shower room on the ground floor too. All bathrooms have under floor heating.

Please note: we do have two extra folding single beds for use upstairs to be used in any of the bedrooms. (small fee for occupancy over 10 guests is charge to cover extra linen costs). All the rooms have space for a travel cot if you wish to bring one.

Included: Linen, towels, Wi-Fi, electricity and heating. Plus a starter pack of logs is provided.

Ground Floor:

Kitchen - The brand new kitchen looks over the front gardens and has a wooden work surfaces, an inset Belfast sink, a Smeg dishwasher and microwave.The electric range cooker is housed in a brick inglenook mantelpiece and chimney breast. It is well-stocked with plenty of crockery, utensils and kitchen ware including, a food processor and hand-held blender.

Utility room - The utility room is next to the kitchen and has a new Samsung washing machine and separate tumble dryer, ironing board and iron.

Dining room - The dining room is wonderfully light and airy overlooking the front gardens and has an oak sideboard and three-seater leather sofa. The large table seats 10 plus there is a highchair and booster seat.

Sitting room - The sitting room has the most wonderful sea views looking out across Coldingham Sands. It has wood panelled walls, cornicing, tall sash windows and a log burning stove. A recessed large bay window provides a quiet reading area with binoculars. There is also a new Sony stereo with blue tooth and iPod docking and a new 42 inch Smart TV with freeview .

TV/Games room (fifth bedroom) - Over looking the sea, the TV/games room has 42 inch Smart TV with freeview. There's also a DVD player, retro Game Cube console with three controllers and a toy box plus two bean bags. If required, this room could be used as a bedroom for guests who cannot use the stairs as it has a king-sized sofa bed and an armchair.

Ground floor shower room - Large shower room with under floor heating, sink and WC.

Entrance Vestibule - with Monk's bench, shoe rack and coat rack.

Large Reception Hallway - with access to the sitting room, dining room, shower room and TV/games room and large staircase with lit by skylight leading to first floor bedrooms.

First Floor:

Master Bedroom 1 - King-sized bed with sea views, wardrobe, chest of drawers, dressing table and chair. En-suite bathroom with under floor heating, double walk-in shower, sink and WC

Master Bedroom 2 - King-sized bed with hillside views, large wardrobe, dressing table and chair. En-suite bathroom with bath and shower, sink, WC and under floor heating.

Bedroom 3 - Twin-bedded room with double aspect views over sea and country-side, wardrobe and chair. En-suite bathroom with sea views, under floor heating, shower, sink and WC.

Bedroom 4 - Twin-bedded room with views over hillside and garden, fitted wardrobe, chest of drawers and chair. En-suite bathroom with under floor heating, bath and shower, sink and WC.

Front garden: Long gravelled driveway with ample parking for 3 cars and lovely lawned garden with mature trees and space for children to play. New patio with pathway connected to the house. Large outdoor table and chairs for 10, kettle BBQ, croquet set, buckets and spades and wind-breakers for use on the beach.

Back garden: Lawned garden with bench seat and spectacular sea and coastal views.

The Scotland region

Just across the border from England, the Scottish Borders are home to wild moorland, woods and valleys. The Scottish Borders is Scotland's best kept secret with heaps to do from walking, cycling, mountain biking, surfing, fishing, sea angling, diving, boat trips and bird watching to visits to castles, islands and busy market towns like Duns and Chirnside. The North Sea coast runs north from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Cockburnspath. Fishing villages, Eyemouth, St Abbs and Burnmouth lie in sheltered bays and the sea cliffs that line the coast are home to large sea bird colonies too. The Northumberland coastline, with more than 30 miles of beaches is an area of outstanding beauty. Northumberland has more castles than any other county in England, including nearby Bamburgh and Lindisfarne. Drive across the causeway to the unique Holy Island of Lindisfarne, the birthplace of the Lindisfarne Gospels. Bamburgh, voted one of the North East's top surf spots, has vast sandy beaches. Discover retro-chic seaside towns such as Seahouses and picturesque fishing towns like Newton-by-the-Sea. Or visit the Farne Islands, one of Northumberland's famous coastal nature reserves. Inland, there's the medieval market town of Alnwick, with its castle, celebrated garden and vintage shops where some of Harry Potter was filmed. The estates, centred around the villages of Ford and Etal, boast a number of attractions including a castle, a world famous battlefield at nearby Flodden Battlefield, and even a steam light railway. Berwick-upon-Tweed is arguably England's most dramatic walled town. Walk almost the full length of these walls, taking in spectacular views across the River Tweed estuary and Berwick's famous landmark, The Royal Border Bridge, built by Robert Stevenson and hailed as one of the finest bridges of its kind in the world.

Coldingham

The Old Manor, part of the Mount has a wonderful setting perched over Coldingham Bay with spectacular views along the rugged Berwickshire coastline and out over the North Sea. Coldingham Sands is just 3 minutes walk along a 'secret path' which runs along the side of the property through some woods and along a stream. The beach, an award winning Blue Flag beach, is sandy with rock pools and is great for surfing. St Vedas surf shop hires surfing equipment, runs lessons for adults and kids and has a bar/café with showers and changing rooms. There's also beach café open in the summer. Coldingham village, a peaceful Conservation village with ruins of a 10th century Abbey, is an easy 10-15 minute walk from the beach. It has two pubs and a well-stocked shop. It's handy for Edinburgh and Newcastle too, which are both under an hour by car. Berwickshire is great for walking with picturesque fishing village, St Abbs, a lovely 15 minute walk along the rugged coastline, which with its crystal clear waters is a well-known scuba diving area. The adjacent headland with its towering cliffs is a noted National Trust Nature Reserve boasting a wide variety of bird life. Eyemouth fishing port is a short walk in the other direction and is one of the busiest fishing ports in Scotland with a morning fishmarket where you can buy fresh fish, crab and lobster. Sightseeing trips operate too from Eyemouth with regular trips for divers too. As well as the harbour, Eyemouth also boasts a sandy beach with rockpools. Keen golfers should try out Eyemouth's golf club, especially the famous 6th hole, a par 3, recently voted Britain's most extraordinary golf hole. Goswick, a championship golf course and Duns golf course are both just 20 minutes away.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • High chair

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: Queen Bed
    Bedroom 2: Queen Bed
    Bedroom 3: 3 Twin beds
    Bedroom 4: 3 Twin beds
    Beds in other rooms: Sofa beds
  • 4 En suites, 1 Wet room

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Sea view
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Games room
  • Stove
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Accessible for wheelchair users — please contact the owner for details before booking

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Smoking
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About the owner

Suzie S
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Calendar last updated::
05 Dec 2016
Based in:
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Languages spoken: English, French, Italian

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“Beautiful house in a fantastic location”

Reviewed 24 Feb 2016

We stayed here over Christmas and New Year with our extended family - 10 of us in total. The house was extremely comfortable and warm. It was a beautful house, was even nicer than in the pictures. The location was perfect it was wonderful waking up to see the sea in the mornings, there were lots of lovely walks nearby and the house is close enough that you can drive into Edinburgh if you wanted to. The owners were lovely and extremely helpful, they arranged a Christmas tree and even an extra TV a few days before Christmas. The house has everything you could need and I would definitely recommend it.

We are so pleased you had a great Christmas and New Year at the Old Manor! We look forward to welcoming you back again.

“What a fantastic place !”

Reviewed 24 Feb 2016

The house was clean and in pristine condition when we arrived in the evening but we did not appreciate the full beauty of the house and setting until the next morning when we awoke to the fantastic view from the windows. The house is situated right above the beach and the views from the front overlook the whole bay, just a few moments walk from the surf. The house is fully fitted with all mod cons and has a good sizes kitchen and connecting eating area that worked really well for our large group. The separate living rooms downstairs also worked well with the various children and adults being able to have all have their own space. Definitely worth a visit - beautiful house in wonderful setting!

We are so pleased you had a great stay at the Old Manor. We look forward to welcoming you back again.

“great location”

Reviewed 15 Sep 2015

The Old Manor was exceptional ,there was lots of room for 8/10 people, furnishings and fitments first class, and the view from a number of rooms over the bay breath taking. Lots of walks and places to visit. Highly recommended.

Wonderful to hear that you had a lovely stay at the Old Manor and we look forward to welcoming you back again.

“Perfect!”

Reviewed 31 Aug 2015

We chose The Old Manor and Coldingham Bay as the venue for our wedding based on a recommendation from a friend who had previously stayed and we can honestly say we couldn't have picked a better place. The house is beautifully furnished, extremely comfortable and fixtures and fittings are of a very high standard. The house has such a warm and happy vibe to it and everyone who stayed felt the same. The views are just stunning and we loved being able to lie in bed and fall asleep to the sound of the sea below our window. The beach is very easily accessible as are the coastal walks, both of which provided much enjoyment. Susie and Sarah did thier utmost to make sure we would have a happy stay and a perfect wedding and we can't recommend this house highly enough. Overall rating? 6 stars!

We are so pleased to hear that your wedding celebrations went well and that you enjoyed your stay at the Old Manor by the sea.

“fantaastic location and property”

Reviewed 31 Aug 2015

This was a wonderful family celebration holiday, with all ages included. The Old Manor fitted the bill perfectly, well furnished and equipped and in excellent taste. Great attention has been given to guests possible requirements and useful equipment provided. The area is fantastic, lovely quiet beach, great walks for all ages and good eating available near by.

We are so pleased to hear that you had a great family celebration at the Old Manor.

“Fantastic family house and beautiful location.”

Reviewed 23 Oct 2014

The house is light, large and airy with lots of views of the beautiful coastline. I found everything as was described. Spotless with all new bed linen and towels. Furnishings in pristine condition and all mod cons. Lovely fire in the lounge for cosy colder evenings, big dining table and all ensuite bedrooms. Ideal for families or a bunch of friends. Went for a 6 mile walk along the coast to St Abbot's Head. Easy walk and spectacular scenery. Would thoroughly recommend the Old Manor.

“This is the place for a relaxing stay in truly high quality accommodation. A jewel by the sea.”

Reviewed 20 Oct 2014

Top class accommodation. Tastefully furnished. Every facility is available in the house. Fantastic views. Lots of amenities close by and further afield. I plan on returning. I would highly recommend it.

“Luxurious Getaway”

Reviewed 16 Oct 2014

Spent a wonderful weekend at The Old Manor. Sumptuous interiors, magnificent location- absolute luxury nestled into a cliff with breathtaking views. Every requirement in a deluxe stay is catered for. An ideal venue for a very special occasion.

“A stunning property for a relaxing holiday.”

Reviewed 15 Oct 2014

My friends and I had a wonderful, relaxing weekend at The Old Manor. The house is in a beautiful spot overlooking the sea. Inside it is beautifully furnished with everything you would need to enjoy your stay. There are plenty of nice walks and places to visit . I was so impressed that I have booked a family holiday next year.

“Superb holiday house in the most beautiful location.”

Reviewed 22 Sep 2014

We had a brilliant family holiday at the Old Manor House, which offers spacious rooms and the on suite bathrooms came in very handy for my young grandchildren in their sandy wetsuits. It is so close to the beach for children, with fantastic views overlooking the bay. The kitchen is very well equipped eating in was a pleasure, especially cooking local meat from Coldingham butcher and fantastic fresh fish from Eyemouth harbour. Lovely big garden and very good outdoor dining facilities.

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