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Berryhill is situated on a small ‘B’ road that joins two of the most scenic  Scottish borders cycle routes and if you wish to explore the area by bike, we offer our guests the opportunity to hire bicycles and soon hope to be able to offer e-bikes as well.  On warm summer evenings a short 5 mile cycle down the hill to the local Craw Inn is very popular with guests wanting to wash down dinner with a glass or two of wine.  However, beware the home journey is almost all uphill!

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There are few places better to enjoy a relaxing round of golf than the beautiful Scottish borders.  Being just fifteen minutes away from the championship-standard 18 hole Eyemouth Golf club the proprietor of the hole voted Britian’s most extodinary golf hole, Berryhill offers a superb venue for the golf enthusiast.  The area is home to a number of varied courses that offer superb value to the golfer all of which are within easy reach of the cottage.

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Just a few miles away is the stunning costal village of St Abbs, its spectacular underwater tunnels, gullies and archways forming some of the finest underwater scenery anywhere along the British coast. Berryhill has a small garden and an outside tap ideal to wash off and hang out dive gear so for diving enthusiasts this is an absolute must. If divers need additional space to store tanks and dry off gear in the winter please let us know in advance and we will provide access to a locked shed. For facilities see

Excellent cottage and what a fantastic location.  The A1 opens up the whole coastline to visitors, had everything we needed, thank you.

Lindsay and Ginny, Edinburgh