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Coldingham is an ancient Borders village positioned in Berwickshire, on the South East edge of Scotland, home to nearly six hundred people. History dictates that Coldingham played host to an Abbey where Queen Etheldreda became a Nun, although a fire destroyed this religious site, it was re-built, only to be razed to the ground once more by marauding Danes. The eleventh century saw the re-building of the Abbey where peace remained until Oliver Cromwell descended and bruised the building once again. Today's visitors can see the church where the ruins stood the test of time and only hints of the troubled times endured. From a tiny fishing village it grew and expanded over the years to a charming destination, there are Scottish style cottages, and houses which line the roads, there are a few local shops, welcoming pubs and a restaurant. For those who wish to linger there's a choice of comfortable B&B's, a hotel, and a selection of caravan parks to try. Beautiful Coldingham Bay where the village fishermen once launched their boats is nearby. Today sees surfers riding the waves, and the curious searching the rock pools, it has a sandy beach, fabulous views, and a line of colourful beach huts to delight any artist.

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Scoutscroft Holiday Centre

Cottage

Hawthorn Cottage
Williams Suite

Doctor

Coldingham Surgery

Inn

The Craw Inn

Pub and Bar

Anchor Inn
New Inn

School

Coldingham Primary School

Self-Catering

Hawthorn Cottage

Taxi

Chris’s Cabs

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Stuart Suite at Press Castle (1.93 miles)

Stuart Suite at Press Castle

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In the glorious countryside of Berwickshire, near the historic villages of Coldingham, St Abbs and Eyemouth, lies Press Castle, a 17th century manor house of great character ... More

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Hillcrest Bed & Breakfast (2.62 miles)

Hillcrest Bed & Breakfast
Hillcrest bed and breakfast in Eyemouth is a traditional bungalow built around 1930 and is located in Eyemouth which is situated on the Berwickshire coast in the Scottish Borders which is an area of great ... More | visit website
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Dolphin Hotel (2.66 miles)

Dolphin Hotel
Based in the Scottish Borders fishing town of Eyemouth, this family-run hotel offers en-suite accommodation, a bar, separate restaurant ï¾— all with disabled access ï¾— and a large outside beer garden with extensive tiered seating ... More | visit website
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Hawthorn Cottage (3.17 miles)

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Enjoying far reaching views from every room, this newly converted detached barn is set beside the owners home, yet remains very private with it's own large garden. ... More

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Craw Inn (4.52 miles)

Craw Inn

Only 1½ miles from the A1, the village of Auchencrow stands in peaceful countryside with the Lammermuir Hills rising to the west.The Inn is well signposted from the A1.

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The Craw Inn (4.52 miles)

The Craw Inn

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A friendly village inn dating from 1680. Our award winning restaurant makes good use of local produce and has a wine list of over 50 wines to choose from. Great ... More

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Riverview Mews (4.56 miles)

Riverview Mews

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Set on the banks of the Whiteadder River, this luxuriously appointed property commands wonderful views over the water and surrounding countryside – perfect for watching the abundant ... More

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Kirkbank House (8.21 miles)

Kirkbank House
A luxurious 5 star boutique country house in the Scottish borders, with views over the Cheviot Hills and local countryside. Spacious rooms offer Far-Eastern inspired decor, super king sized beds, luxury linen and toiletries and ... More | visit website
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Marshall Meadows Country House Hotel (8.82 miles)

Marshall Meadows Country House Hotel

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England's most northerly hotel just 300 yards from the Scottish Border, set back in its own woodland gardens. An ideal touring centre for the spectacular Northumberland coastline and castles and the ... More

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Duns Castle (9.51 miles)

Duns Castle

This 14th century Tower House enlarged to splendid Gothic form welcomes individuals, groups and companies into its timeless historical atmosphere. The interior is warm, authentic and comfortable and the owners give their personal attention to ... More | visit website

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