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The Cedar - Tiny House

The Cedar Tiny House


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The latest addition to our self catering portfolio is a brand new Tiny House. Built during winter 2020 by a local Joiner and myself to our own design. We have created this magical place to stay. It was inspired by a similar one built in Alaska


The accommodation is designed for two people and comprises of a living area, kitchen, mezzanine bedroom and full toilet shower room   

Details

Our stunning "Tiny House" combines tradition and luxury. Built on a 7m trailer to road legal specification by my local joiner and myself to our own design.  This is a truly a unique place to stay !

Our Tiny House ‘The Cedar’ really is a tiny house, on wheels, designed for minimal living and to be towed on the open road, but The Cedar is a permanent fixture at Templehall, perfectly sited in a grassy paddock it has great views over the fields to the sea, and is packed with all you need for a perfect holiday.

Inside, at one end you will find a comfortable seating area, with spacious storage drawers underneath, and a smart TV and the well-equipped kitchen at the other. There is a full-sized oven, 2 ring electric hob, a microwave, a full- sized fridge with a freezer compartment all complemented by excellent quality cookware, cutlery and hand-made crockery. The kitchen and breakfast bar have great open views to the sea, although there is complimentary high speed Wifi throughout our site, you could ditch the smart phones and gaze at the view.

Off the kitchen is the shower room, with shower, toilet and wash hand basin. A good-sized shower with copious hot water and complimentary shower gel and shampoo, after your shower wrap yourself up in the supplied 100% Egyptian cotton towels. There is also a shower mat plus an electric towel radiator to keep the bathroom cosy and dry your towels.

On the mezzanine floor, accessed by the oak staircase, which has more storage underneath, is the bedroom. Lying on the comfortable double bed you can look out of the two windows, one giving amazing views over the sea and a velux window in the roof for warm stargazing of our dark skies.

Our bedding is a sumptuous silver 100% Egyptian cotton sateen with a 400-thread count. Beautifully comfortable feather and down pillows to prop you up. There are adjustable bedside lights and bedside shelves for your odds and ends.

The tiny house is kept cosy in the cooler months or evenings by a very efficient electric panel radiator and in the summer several of the windows, including the velux can be opened for fresh sea breezes to blow through.

Outside there is comfortable seating and table alongside the fire pit with a grill top for BBQ,  there is a starter bag of logs, should you require more, or charcoal you can purchase from us.

All bedding, towels, bath mat, tea towels and dish cloths are supplied.

A Brief History of Tiny Houses.

Tiny houses on wheels were popularized by Jay Shafer who designed and lived in a 96-square-foot (8.9 m2) house and later went on to offer the first plans for tiny houses on wheels, initially founding Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, and then Four Lights Tiny House Company on September 6, 2012. In 2002, Shafer co-founded, along with Greg Johnson, Shay Salomon and Nigel Valdez, the Small House Society. Salomon and Valdez subsequently published their guide to the modern Small House Movement, Little House on a Small Planet

Local Area

Coldingham

Coldingham Village is a historic conservation village in the east of Berwickshire on the south east coast of Scotland.

Coldingham has an award winning blue flag beach, beautiful scenery and is an ideal place to base your holiday in the Scottish Borders

St Abbs with its Nature Reserve and world renowned diving grounds is approx 1.5 miles away.

The village is 2.5 miles from the main A1 and under one hour from Edinburgh our capital city

 

The Scottish Borders Region

Covering about eighteen hundred square miles, the Scottish Borders stretches from the rolling hills and moorland in the west, through gentler valleys to the high agricultural plains of the east, and on to the rocky Berwickshire coastline with its secluded coves and picturesque fishing villages.

In the bright spring months, fresh new growth fills the valleys and forests of the Scottish Borders. Enjoy time to spare with the lure of lighter longer summer days or relax in more mellow shades of autumn when mauves and purples tint the moors. Crunch through the crisp frosts of winter, when early morning mist floats over the lowlands, and the snow capped hills sparkle in the distance. Land and sea, hills and moorland all sit happily side by side. Rivers and paths wind their way through untouched natural beauty whilst the more gentle pace of life subtly relaxes and revives you. Seasonal changes await to delight, every day at every turn.

Getting Here

Rates

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Rental rates are for the entire property.

Description From To Weekly Monthly Week Night Weekend Night Minimum Stay
All Year 01 May 21 30 Apr 22 £800 - £120 £140 3 Nights

A Deposit of 20% will be taken on booking and the balance is due 42 days before arrival date 

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