Coastal view from this luxurious Shepherds Hut . It comprises of a fixed double bed and full end shower room with composting toilet and self contained shower cubicle. We provide free WiFi, TV and a Nespresso coffee machine.
There is also a log burner to keep you cosy on the chilly nights.
Ideal for a peaceful stay in the countryside and for anyone who wants to try something different.
Sited on a beautiful lawned grass paddock with views to the coast over open fields. A Truly wonderful setting.
Our Shepherd’s hut combines tradition and luxury it has a very luxurious double bed with Egyptian cotton bedding and storage underneath. The kitchen area has a small butler sink with hot and cold running water, a storage cupboard and a two ring hob with grill and oven, full size fridge and a Nespresso coffee machine. There is a fold down table with two chairs, a small log burning stove. There is a feeling of calm for people to de-stress chill out and relax. TV and free Wifi There is also a table and chairs and a firepit / barbecue grill for dining outside the hut.
Glamping is combining both yesterday’s amenities and today’s technology. Also called boutique camping or luxury camping. The shepherd’s hut (or shepherd’s wagon) was used from the 15th Century and into the 20th Century by shepherds during sheep raising and lambing, primarily in the United Kingdom and France. Shepherd’s huts often had iron wheels and corrugated iron tops. Sometimes the sides were also made of corrugated iron. Use of shepherd’s huts by farmers reached a peak in the late 19th Century and dwindled in the 20th century with the advent of mechanised farm machinery and electric power reaching even remote farms. Their use persisted in some northern counties of England and Scotland particularly Westmoreland , Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.
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.
Edinburgh 87 km
Nearest Ferry Port:
Newcastle 127 km
Nearest Railway Station:
Berwick-Upon-Tweed 17 km
Nearest Motorway Junction:
A1 Trunk Road
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