If you've got a small child, make use of the supplied cot
No need to bring towels and linen
You have use of the washing machine in this cottage
Relax in the shared garden at St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage
No need to leave the internet behind - St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage has broadband
You can start your weekly holiday on Saturday at this cottage
There are 2 bedrooms
There is one bathroom
St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage
The holiday cottage of "St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage" can be found near Eyemouth or Berwick in Berwickshire - St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage is about 7 Miles or 15 Miles from Eyemouth or Berwick. This cottage sleeps 4 people , and has 2 bedrooms. The cottage has the following bedrooms: bedroom 1- with king-size bed; bedroom 2- with two single beds. St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage has 1 bathroom.
Off road parking for 2 cars. St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage is a good size for a family holiday. For food and drink, the shop, pub and restaurant are all 3 Miles from St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage.
Reviews of St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage
These are the reviews for St Abbs - Lightkeepers Cottage. There are 36 reviews.
Not quite the full sea views we were expecting from the description, but stunning nonetheless. Very well equipped and excellent central heating. Wonderful walks on the coastal path over the cliffs to st abbs and the cafe in the harbour. We saw some great wildlife and met some friendly people. Esther from Derby (03 November 2018)
We had the most amazing week staying at the lighthouse keepers cottage. the facilities were like home from home, plenty of seating for cosy evenings, everything you could need in the kitchen - even big mugs for our morning cuppa. And the view whilst washing up was lovely. The shower was great and the bath was perfect for a long soak after a day of walking to st abbs. we had lunch at ebbcarrs which was fantastic. We visited eyemouth, coldingham bay, tantallon castle and berwick upon tweed. would highly recommend. the drive up to the cottage is a tad daunting at first but every twist and turn both driving or walking it gave different and breathtaking views. we saw seals down at pettico wick. All in all just what we needed. Michelle from March (27 October 2018)
Really cosy, well kept cottage in a stunning location. The driveway up to this property is amazing, you really feel like you're completely hidden away in a private retreat by the sea. Very well equipped, wifi is very good, which surprised me! there's some nice places for food closeby in eyemouth and a coop. Coldingham bay is a beautiful beach a couple of miles away that we visited three times. I travelled with a 20 month old toddler so the accommodation being all on one level was a bonus and the open plan living design meant I could keep an eye on him :). would love to visit again and would highly recommend. Amy from Middlewich (06 October 2018)
Excellent location, very clean and well equipped, much larger than it looks !! Paul from Banbury (29 September 2018)
Excellent stay in a fabulous location, already booked again for next year - what more can you say! Amis from March (22 September 2018)
This cottage is wonderful,clean , modern and cosy,the views both from the cottage itself and surrounding area are stunning,with its high vantage point its amazing,a walkers paradise,i would recommend the lightkeepers cottage to anyone,and I look forward to returning there . Boothroyd (08 September 2018)
A truly magically place to stay. Breathtaking views, particularly as we saw dolphins from outside the cottage one morning. Really cosy cottage with good facilities. Would definitely come again as we all really loved it. Jenny from Wirksworth (25 August 2018)
Great location, seeing a pod of dolphins passing your door every evening was something special. Paul from Sunderland (18 August 2018)
We had a wonderful week in this well-kept cottage. The location is literally "out of this world" - a great place for watching wildlife. It is very quiet, an excellent place for a writer's retreat. Jutta from Basel (11 August 2018)
Great stay, suited us 50+ year olds but think it could be challenging for the less able bodied Chris from Nottingham (04 August 2018)
Super place in every way. . comfort just missed the ten because the double bed gave me a back ache. Susan from Bristol (30 June 2018)
The main reason for booking a week in a lightkeeper's cottage is the hoped-for view and watching sea birds. Sadly, for 6 days out of 7 we suffered visibility down to 50 metres due to haar or sea fret. On our final day, the mist lifted and the views, were superb. Apart from that, the cottage was a delight, very well equipped and comfortable. David from Ashbourne (02 June 2018)
A lovely cottage set in a beautiful location with great coastal views. Don’t forget your binoculars! Sara (19 May 2018)
Our second visit, an exceptional place to stay. Ian from Sheffield (12 May 2018)
If you are looking for peace and quiet and sea views this was a lovely place to be at this time of the year. St. Abbs is a very pretty fishing village ( the cafe is a must!). Susan from Richmond, North Yorkshire (21 April 2018)
Thhs was our third visit to cottage, we love it location etc. We went last week and we were snowed in by the beast from the east. Electric and water went off. Caretaker contacted scottish power and they had electric back on same day despite very high gales and heavy snow storms. Water took 3 days. Farmer had to pull our car through fields or we would never of got out, because of snow drifts blocking access road. Despite this had a lovely time and will book again Dawn from Crook (03 March 2018)
Loved the cottage. Tempermental heating sorted efficiently. Could do with a few of the kitchen knives being sharp though! Bob from North Berwick (25 November 2017)
Lovely week at a fabulous cottage in a great location. This was everything we hoped for. Customer 18 from Derby (22 July 2017)
Lovely cottage, had everything you would need. Welcome basket was a lovely thought. We went 15th october and there was nobody else in the other properties so we had absolute peace and quiet, perfect. Amazing views, scenery and starry night sky because when it went dark, it went dark . some lovely walks and lovely drive up to the cottage. Dawn from Crook (22 October 2016)
Great!! beautiful location, stunning views. peaceful and restful, all anyone looking for peace and tranquillity could ever want! superb! Mike from Lincoln (08 October 2016)
If you like spectacular clifftop walking in a not too remote area - based in a comfortable and modern cottage,then the ligthouse keepers cottage is for you. Ian from Sheffield (01 October 2016)
We had a great stay in a fantastic location. The views are awesome and the house is very well equipped. The reason I only give 5 for local amenities is that it is in the middle of a nature reserve a few miles away from shops etc. But this is just how we wanted it, a nice quite location. Well kept modernised building and would recommend to anyone. Jason from South Derbyshire (24 September 2016)
St.abbs is a wonderfull place to stay. The weather is in the east often sunny and soft. Nice views: the sea and the sheep. Drive carefull! Bosscher from Dalfsen The Netherlands (17 September 2016)
A beautiful cottage in a magical location Confirmed Guest (06 August 2016)
Fantastic Claire from Nelson (30 July 2016)
Excellent location very warm and spacious Joan from Norwich (21 May 2016)
We had a fantastic brake,peace and quiet. Just what we needed. There were no towels, I wasn't sure wether I had missed the fact that I should have brought them. The other thing was the timer on the cooker, we couldn't get things cooked before it went of. We needed instructions. But only incidentals,we still enjoyed it. Joanna from Ediburgh (04 January 2016)
We should have had wifi, but there wasn't any Confirmed Guest (24 October 2015)
You won't stop in many places like this. Perched on top of cliffs that fall away for hundreds of feet, this detached cottage has been recently modernised to provide all the home comforts. If you can tolerate a few flies, it is a great place to holiday. The cliffs and access road aren't for the faint hearted. Kay from Manchester (12 September 2015)
The cottage was lovely and the location superb, but a bit more remote than we expected. the description mentioned a pub within 1 mile - we never found it -. we found the drive up to the property initially very daunting but got used to it. wouldn't like to drive up in poor weather conditions though and although the cottages themselves are all single floor properties, the location itself could be a bit tricky for people with mobility problems. if you are looking for peace and quiet this is the place for you, the sunrises were spectacular and we saw an amazing 'sky at night' when there was a meteor shower. the property was extremely well equipped with everything you would need. Mary from Merseyside (15 August 2015)
The cottage was v clean and well equipped . we had very few problems . the outer door was challenging to lock, and the settee less than comfy but other wise everything was perfect. We were the only occupants of the cottages but if fully occupied the parking could be a little cosy. All things considered an excellent week Michael from Lincoln (04 July 2015)
Excellent location and good value for money. Mario from Stevenage (20 June 2015)
We both had a super week at this cottage. After a wet and windy arrival the sun shone for the rest of the week! house was warm and comfortable, loved the artwork on the walls and the uncluttered look of the furnishings! the views were spectacular and with the coast path on the doorstep we were very happy campers! the only moan we have is the litter left in the carpark by visitors which we cleared up,we know this is nothing to do with the cottage as it is a public carpark such a pity people have to spoil a lovely area we think most of it was left by anglers!however we do hope to return to lightkeepers cottage for another holiday we loved it!! Marion from Hinckley (13 June 2015)
A wonderful break away from everyday life. Magnificent scenery. Many exhilarating walks. Very well equipped accommodation. (although free wifi offered, with address given on kitchen cork board, we were unable to connect which was rather disappointing). June from Horbury, Wakefield (28 March 2015)
No dishcloth or dish towel provided. No washing up liquid. No iron. Ronald from Lndon (21 March 2015)
Super property and location. No information about anything in the cottage which was disappointing David from Paisley (17 January 2015)
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