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Ken - verified booking
"Aikwood Tower in the glorious border region is an absolute gem of a place for a family gathering. It is a historic and impressive building by anyone's standards, but also wonderfully well equipped, with every comfort for visitors. It’s also, as you can imagine, a very robust setting for families. You are not walking on eggshells or over worried about the décor or arriving back from walks with muddy wellies etc. so ideal for our big group, plus the two dogs. The gardens are lovely as is all of the surrounding countryside. Cycling opportunities are many and varied from the front door - the borders really are one of the best areas of GB for cycling both on and off road. Little traffic and courteous drivers - the local people were very friendly and Selkirk has some excellent shops and sufficient supermarkets. An excellent butcher too. We went to a concert at Haining House Selkirk and it was obviously set up and organised by a local group who are helping with the hall and grounds - again, really nice people taking a pride in their community. The train from Tweed Bank to Edinburgh was well used by some of our guests and what good value it is on a lovely stretch of line. Edinburgh is less than an hour away and its far easier and cheaper than driving for a day return. There are lots of other attractions in the area but we had a lot of fun just staying in and around our stronghold! Everything was really well prepared and Tina was most welcoming on arrival. Vicki was so helpful also and we felt as if they wanted us to have a nice time and weren't listing rules and regulations. We had lovely flowers and Easter eggs and chocolates all round. Plus, some fantastic local bacon and sausage. We really enjoyed our stay despite the weather but then again, the hills looked lovely in the snow!"
Nikki - verified booking
"We were very happy with our stay at Overbutton Cottage. The main photo doesn't really do it justice - I passed it over a couple of times initially while browsing places to stay. The location is great - we liked that we didn't really need the car once we had arrived - Gattonside is a very attractive village - we had a lovely meal at the Hoebridge and appreciated being able to walk and have a drink with our meal - and very pretty and easy walk across the river into Melrose as well. There was also great walking from the door - we were only there for the weekend so just had one (very muddy) walk on the Eildon Hills - but there are a couple of long distance footpaths that pass through Melrose so loads of choice. I was a bit concerned before we came about the "pull out bed" in the second bedroom - we have two tall teenagers and didn't want arguments about who would get the short straw - but when we arrived they were already made up and both just looked like normal full size single beds. Karen went out of her way to make sure we had a good time - log burner was on for our arrival, some lovely welcome treats, and she came straight out to sort out an initial glitch with the wifi which worked fine after that. The view across to the Eildons was absolutely stunning. Lots to do locally - we took the kids ice skating in Kelso but if we'd been there longer we would have taken advantage of train station and gone in to Edinburgh. We didn't really get on with the coffee pods and would personally have preferred a cafetiere but can't think of anything else that we didn't like."
Claudia - verified booking
"I'm not typically given to hyperbole, but I am having a hard time finding words that do justice to Aikwood Tower. It is simply gorgeous. The tower has been lovingly restored in a way that blends the charm of its history with the comforts of five star luxury accommodation. The gardens are beautiful, the views spectacular -- many times I stopped on my way to fetching a jacket or a book from one of the rooms to gaze out the window at a stunning vista and was so mesmerized that I completely forgot what I had originally been after. Owner Vicki is lovely and supremely helpful, and my energetic family -- three teenagers, and eight year old, my husband and myself -- felt welcome and very much at home. My young son had the adventure of his life exploring the many interesting nooks and corners of the tower and the delights of the gardens, including a play house in the orchard. Our stay was all too short, we were there a mere three nights but we filled the days hiking the hilly trails at Bowhill House and exploring the nearby villages. We are all in agreement that we cannot wait to return for a longer stay! Thank you, Vicki and family, for sharing this gem of a home with us and others."
Dave - verified booking
"No words can describe this.... but I will try. Aikwood Tower, is the most amazing place I have ever stayed. I have always wanted to stay in a Scottish Castle with my family and with my 60th birthday to celebrate with my twin sister, I started searching. We were there for 3 nights and lived like landed gentry. We were in awe of this wonderful property, the history and the location. Vicki, who owns the tower, was so helpful and an absolute pleasure to deal with. All ten of my family didn't want to leave. If it wasn't for the pressure of returning to work, Vicki would have had to drag us out by our feet as we held on to the door frames! Beautifully and tastefully restored, with sympathetic contemporary touches, it is no wonder they have received architectural awards for the restoration. I can only say, you must visit - then you will appreciate what I can't out down in words. My father now wants to return for his 80th birthday - we will be back. And hopefully for a longer stay. It was an honour to experience Aikwood Tower."
Julie - verified booking
"Had a great week in Overbutton Cottage making the most of our Historic Houses membership visiting several historic properties in the local area. The cottage was good for us, comfortable, well equipped, with the enclosed garden for the dogs and a generous welcome pack including eggs, home grown garden produce and a Selkirk Bannock. We were wary of having to walk through nextdoor's garden to reach Overbutton, but it wasn't an issue and the neighours were very friendly as Indeed was everyone we encountered when walking in the village! Having to park out on the main road wasn't too much of a problem and we found a space ok each time we returned to the cottage. Enjoyed the walk into Melrose over the bridge. Really good ice-cream shop across from the abbey. All in all a really pleasant week."