Luxury properties across the UK
Encompassing Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset, the South West is one of the most popular cottage holiday destinations in the UK. Boasting some of the most unspoilt countryside and coastline in the UK, it is easy to see why booking holiday cottages in the South West is so popular. Read More
The North West England region is home to the counties of Cheshire, Cumbria and Lancashire, each with their own unique qualities that draw in international visitors. The region is steeped in history as well as popular tourist attractions making it a popular destination to visit all year round. Read More
Highlands of Scotland
Borders & The Lothians
Perthshire, Fife & Tayside
Skye & The Hebrides
Grampian & Speyside
The UK is blessed with some of the most beautiful and diverse National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty anywhere in the world. For us, these stretch from Isles of Scilly holiday cottages in the south to the very tip of Scotland. The largest of these is the Lake District but there are well over 50 in total. Read More
Eden Valley Hideaways presents three beautiful, detached eco-lodges with Scandinavian inspired contemporary design and luxurious attention to detail. Each hidden gem is set apart providing a peaceful, relaxing atmosphere with a wood-fired hot tub, decking and a panoramic 180* view over the rolling Borders countryside to the Cheviot hills on the horizon.
Through all seasons, you can watch the weather play over the Cheviot hills on the southern horizon from the woodfired hot tub, the swinging chairs, the relaxing sofa or the king size bed. Set on an organic farm, nature comes calling. Hares lop through the fence, small birds chatter in the sunflowers, barn owls float by on the hunt, and colourful butterflies and wildflowers dance on your doorstep. The farm invites you outside. Walk along the meandering Eden Water, over the wooden bridge and on to the River Tweed if you fancy a longer stretch of legs, or instead, loop back along a treelined avenue for a game of tennis on the all weather surface nearby. This might sound too energetic; sunbathing on the decking with a book or bobbing in the hot tub with a cool refreshment involve minimal effort, and give you a feast for the eyes as you settle in to enjoy the surrounding landscape.
Each unit brings the outside to the inside. The bright and spacious king size bedroom has an extremely comfortable bed with crisp, Egyptian linens. You can unpack into upcycled quirky furniture, and then relax on the huge armchair. Enormous windows maximise the view; wearing white cotton robes, wander along the wooden decking and smooth stone pathway to your own woodfired hot tub, with bubble jets and lighting to help you relax at any time of day or night. There is an outdoor shower too, and tables and chairs for dining outside in the meadow surrounding the hideaway.
The living space has a comfy corner sofa and large footrest giving a relaxing place to settle in front of the wall-mounted TV (access to Netflix / prime / iplayer etc provided) - for cosy nights in or rainy days. The sleek, easy-to-light log burner is a central feature and provides a lovely heat which warms the well-insulated space very quickly. There is a dining table and chairs inside, and also outside for fair weather. The well equipped kitchen provides a compact space to prepare meals and serve them on lovely, modern white crockery. There is a large fridge/freezer and a quiet dishwasher, as well as a microwave, electric oven and hob. If cooking is too much, you can order locally made ready meals for the freezer to use as and when you please, or explore Kelso, only a couple of miles away, with a variety of takeaways and restaurants. Little details stand out: a coffee grinder and beans are provided so you can use the Italian coffee maker to make yourselves a fantastic coffee.
There is a small second bedroom with comfortable twin beds, quirky linen, underbed storage drawers and of course full size windows bringing the views to you.
The shower room has a gorgeous rain effect shower, and is tiled with travertine bringing a luxury spa feel. The gorgeous-smelling shampoo and shower gel complete this effect, along with the heated floors and towel rails.
Each hideaway provides all you need for a relaxing, luxurious, spacious retreat from the world. You can tuck yourselves in cosily for some R&R or adventure out into the farm and wider world – whatever suits you, in whatever weather arrives.
Woods, wildlife on your door step, river walks and 150 acres of organic farmland to enjoy. The river Eden meanders its way through the farm perfect for walks, picnics or a paddle. Eden Hideaway is a luxury, contemporary chalet with a private wood fired hot tub. It has a wall of glass all the way a long the front on the south side of the chalet which makes you feel you are outside! The only thing to disturb you is an owl hooting or tuneful notes from the songbirds. The double room is light and spacious with a wonderful view and the king-size divan bed is splendidly comfortable. There is a door onto the decking. The twin bedroom is at the other end of the chalet is small and light with a door onto the decking. Shower room is smart with an abundance of hot water. Also an out-door shower! Between the bedrooms is a large, light space with a corner sofa, smart TV, wood burner, dining area and kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, dish washer, coffee machine, toaster. Outside there a wonderful view over the Tweed valley to the Cheviot Hills on the horizon. Whatever the season there is always a glorious view. In summer the sunflowers add colour and in the autumn they seed and feed lots of birds. Relax in the hot tub under the stars or dawn or dusk and you will never tire of the view. Charcoal BBQ, swing seats and garden furniture. Meals can be delivered if you would like to take a break from cooking during your stay. There is a tennis court on the farm if you are feeling energetic! (tennis coaching available), lovely walks beside the River Eden, where you will see organic sheep grazing and spot otter, kingfisher, swans and deer in the woodland. On the farm we grow organic oats and flowers which are available to buy in the tiny farm shop along with fresh eggs and other produce. Kelso is 4 miles away and is an old market town with cobbled square and lovely shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes galore. Kelso Abbey, Floors Castle café and shop, Mellerstain House are all worth a visit. The Scottish Borders countryside and all its Border towns will impress you. Northumberland is to the south with its lovely coastline. Bamburgh beach is special and is a scenic drive to get there. Berwick on Tweed has wonderful beaches just half an hours drive.
It is all downstairs! Making this place perfect for couples, a family or 2 couples! This wonderful chalet is all on ground level so perfect for a family and couples. The sitting room is open plan with the dining area and kitchen making it a wonderful and sociable space. The king-size room is very spacious and the twin room is the other end of the chalet and is compact. The luxury shower room is the same side as the twin room.
Window Views Description
Amazing scenery across the Tweed Valley to the Cheviots on the horizon.
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