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Within Gunsgreen House itself, staying in the Merchant’s House is a unique opportunity to holiday in a restored 18th century John Adam mansion, full of character and fascinating history.
Decorated in period style, and sleeping up to 11 guests- the Merchant’s House offers unique lodgings; perfect for gatherings with families and friends or hosting special occasions.
Perfect for Families & Groups
Sleeping up to eleven, the house consists of a large open planned living and dining area and a compact well-equipped kitchen on the first floor, along with one of the bedrooms (a double with a ‘12 poster’ bed!) and a wet room bathroom.
There is lift access up to this floor and the wet room is accessible for disabled guests.
Stairs lead up to the second floor, where there are two double bedrooms (one with en-suite), a twin bedroom, a triple bedroom (with built in box bed suitable for an adult or child) and a large family bathroom with free-standing roll top bath.
Both floors benefit from fantastic views across Eyemouth town, harbour and out to sea. Guests are welcome to use the lawned area in front of the house, and the picnic table in the side garden.
All bedding and Towels are provided.
Dogs are welcomed.
A lovely house in an enviable position, fantastic views. We all enjoyed the tour, what a history! The children cant wait to return. Rooms are warm and comfortable and the kitchen is thoughtfully equipped.
Lots To See and Do
The house is ideally situated to explore Eyemouth and the East Berwickshire coast, including the stunning villages of Coldingham and St Abbs, with their weekly market; perfect for locally produced food, crafts and gifts. It is also ideal for Golfers being very close to Eyemouth Golf course.
For keen walkers, why not explore nearby St Abbs Head, a national nature reserve, or challenge yourself to complete ‘The Smugglers’ Trail’ along the Berwickshire Coastal Path from Burnmouth to Cove. Gunsgreen House is itself part of this trail.
Eyemouth town centre is just a ten minute scenic walk across the harbour, where plenty local amenities are situated including a supermarket, post office, local gift shops and plenty places to eat and drink.
There are a number of nearby attractions, including the Eyemouth Museum and a booth on the harbour-side where fish can be bought to feed the local seals- a favourite with children.
Other Things To Do
Other things to do include taking an exhilarating boat ride on Eyemouth Rib Trips, or practising your golfing skills at Eyemouth Golf Club (famed for its 6th hole across the sea, voted ‘Britain’s No.1 Most Extraordinary Golf Hole’).
Plan Your Stay
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