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Welcome To Colislinn House

March 2019

Situated in 8 acres of its own grounds in the heart of the Scottish Borders, Colislinn is the perfect location for a family or group holiday. The house dates from 1896 and was built by Scottish Architect James Pearson Alison in a Scottish version of the Arts and Crafts style, also known as mock-Baronial.

Colislinn House is available to rent all year round and sleeps 12 comfortably.

This is the ideal place to relax, enjoy the countryside, walk out of the door up onto the hills behind the house and wander for miles without seeing anyone. Further afield there are lots of interesting things to see and do.

The rent is based on self-catering, but if you need more help we can arrange for your fridge to be full on arrival, help with childcare, housekeeping, shopping, ready meals, or someone to cook for you. We’re here to help with anything really. 


House Layout

Ground Floor – Porch – Cloakroom with WC
– Hallway
– Study/Library with Open Fire Place
– Drawing Room with Wood Burning Stove
– Sun Lounge and Verandah
– Dining Room with Open Fire Place
– Kitchen with AGA
Wifi/TV/DVD player/Ipod Docking Station

Basement:
– Games Room – Laundry Room

First Floor – Master Bedroom with en-suite bathroom
– Double bedroom – Twin bedroom
– Twin bedroom
– Bathroom no3
– Separate WC

Second Floor – Triple bedroom (double and single)
– Twin bedroom
– Box Room with 4 Bunk Beds (only available by previous arrangement)
– Bathroom no4

“Great spot right on a gorgeous hill, 15 minutes walk from Hawick, 30, the rooms are great and everything was amazing. Would totally recommend it!”

Byron Banks

“My extended family of 10 had a wonderful time in this spacious updated house. It had all the amenities we could think of.”

Stacy Palmer

“This is an excellent home away from home. Denise has thought of everything you could possibly need to make your stay relaxed and comfortable. All appliances are clean and modern. Towels are fluffy and beds are comfy.”

Adam Levine

“This was the best vacation we ever had taken. Every day we went fishing and played in the grounds. Every night we would take a walk to town and come back and have a fire in the fire pit. One day we got adventurous and hiked up the local hills.”

Laura Willson