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St Cuthberts Farmhouse is a traditional Victorian farmhouse situated amid 600 acres of farmland right on the border above the River Tweed, commanding a fabulous view of the surrounding countryside and the river. 

The main draw is the superb fishing available on the River Tweed (pre-booking required), which has a deserved reputation as one of the world’s great salmon fisheries.  While The Tweed is internationally famous for salmon, the river also has an excellent run of sea trout both in the summer and the autumn with some large specimens being taken.

Though St Cuthberts' location makes it an obvious choice for the fisherman, the surrounding area offers much aside, including beautiful walks, the beaches of Berwick, a huge choice of golf courses, riding at stables nearby and renowned landmarks such as Lindesfarne, Bamburgh and Alnwick Castles all in close proximity, making it an ideal location for a holiday with family or friends. 

St Cuthberts has been entirely refurbished to the highest standards throughout, with classical interiors complemented by modern amenities.  There is ample storage space for fishing and outdoor gear, including a separate box freezer in which to store the catch of the day. 

Catering at St Cuthberts is entirely flexible; the services of a chef can be organised if required, meals can be pre-ordered on request or else the property can be taken on a self-catered basis. St Cuthberts offers luxury self-catering in Northumberland and The Scottish Borders, 

St Cuthberts Farmhouse is just 3 miles from historic Coldstream, 50 minutes south of Edinburgh and 10 minutes from Berwick-Upon-Tweed. There are numerous historic sites and castles to visit up and down the Tweed valley, and superb beaches on the Northumbrian coast.

Dogs are welcome at St Cuthberts Farmhouse by prior agreement with the Owners, and we would ask that they are kept to the downstairs of the property. 

Beautiful warm house that was just so perfect...lovely river walks.

St Cuthbert's Farmhouse

A traditional Victorian farmhouse situated amid 600 acres above the River Tweed, next to the Scottish Borders.