Five star luxury self catering, Georgian village manse, Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders
Dalkeith House comfortably sleeps ten in Georgian splendour....
Dalkeith House is a stunning Georgian village manse offering luxury self-catering in the Scottish Borders village of Newcastleton. The house has been renovated to an extremely high standard and been awarded five stars by VisitScotland. It sleeps 10 in comfort and splendour. It is ideally suited for groups or celebrations. The house is in the heart of the village with everything you could need right on the doorstep. The village of Newcastleton lies close to the English counties of Cumbria and Northumberland with the Lakes and Hadrian’s wall within easy reach.
garden is secure and fully enclosed. Dalkeith House offers the ideal sanctuary from a busy world and yet also provides the perfect base
Surrounded by open countryside, this peaceful rural
from which to explore the Scottish Borders and
idyll provides the perfect setting for you to relax and
recharge your batteries! Minutes from your door are riverside walks, the challenging nine hole golf course, the world-class 7stanes mountain bike trails as well as a pub, two hotels and two cafés. The fully enclosed garden is a joy throughout the year, full of traditional borders, it has a large patio and masses of seating for outdoor entertaining. As we wouldn’t want to leave any member of the family out, we welcome two well behaved dogs, the
“Absolutely fabulous house – so beautiful, luxurious, comfortable and ideal for a family... Everything you need is here... Fabulous time, amazing house, will recommend to everyone!” - David and the rest of the Walker party
Relax in 5 Star Luxury...
The perfect way to indulge in luxurious and spacious living, Dalkeith House really is a home from home. Five large double bedrooms sleep ten in superb luxury and comfort. Three have en-suite bathrooms, there is also a large family bathroom and a downstairs cloakroom. The brand new modern kitchen is well equipped, packed full of mod-cons which make cooking an absolute pleasure. The dining room comfortably
seats 10 or more, a wonderful space, perfect for
book or conversation.
entertaining. In contrast to the dining room is the less formal bright and airy breakfast room. This opens onto the patio and is filled with afternoon sunshine. Perfect for enjoying the garden. The drawing room has a real open fire, cosy arm chairs and sofas, perfect for relaxing with a good
“A fantastic weekend had by all – the house was fabulous, well and truly exceeding our expectations... We will definitely be recommending DH to all our friends & family.” - Watson Party
A cosy chat by the fire or a 3D movie...
Adjacent to the drawing room is the TV room. A treasure trove for adults and kids alike, this room is filled with state of the art entertainment goodies from a 3D TV and X-Box to some good old-fashioned board-games to keep everyone satisfied. The house is well insulated, making it warm and cosy in the winter months and yet cool and comfortable during the summer.
To ensure you’re fully connected (only if you wish to be!) there is wifi internet throughout the house. French doors lead to a large patio with seating for outdoor entertaining - truly a wonderful spot to while away the summer evenings in. The fully enclosed garden is a joy throughout the year but particularly beautiful in the spring and early summer when the peony border is in full bloom.
“Dalkeith Delight – the only bad thing about this place is having to leave! The attention to detail is quite exceptional, creating a very calming atmosphere throughout for young and old...” - Falconer Party
The perfect end to the perfect day...
Five large double bedrooms sleep ten people in a mix of super-king double or twin beds. Luxury abounds in every room with the highest quality beds, linens and furnishings. Duck down and feather duvets and mattress toppers ensure that you sink into a marshmallow of delight delivering the best night’s sleep possible. There’s an excellent chance you won’t want to get out of bed once in it!
Soft, rich, thick towels are provided along with a selection of toiletries in each bathroom. You will find hair dryers in all bedrooms as well as a trouser press to ensure crisp seams if you need them!
“Well here we are again on a return visit! It was fabulous last time and we couldn’t stay away! As soon as we walked in through the door we felt at home... This is a great place to meet up with friends and enjoy some down time, or a party.” - Everett Party, Surrey
Perfect for special occasions...
We like to say that Dalkeith House is the “perfect little big venue” for celebrating with friends and family whether it’s a reunion, a birthday or just a get together. It can be formal or informal; you can cook, get in the caterers, or go out. The village boasts two hotels, a pub and two cafes. The house has WIFI throughout and is equipped with smart TV and phones. We’ve hosted board meetings and directors’ away days. Presentation
facilities can be provided. Whatever your occasion we are happy to help, just ask.
“The first time we have used private accommodation for our corporate meetings – it certainly won’t be the last! Great facilities and home comforts. An absolutely delightful experience. Thank you so much for your hospitality” - Mars Independent Sales Force
The ideal venue for your big day....
Dalkeith House is the perfect venue for your special occasion. We are licensed for weddings, vow renewals, civil partnerships and naming ceremonies. Our local registrar will work with you to make your day memorable. The house sleeps 10, the local hotels can accommodate more if needed and they do great food. There are no extra charges to have your wedding ceremony or celebration with us, just housekeeping if it’s necessary. We are happy to have up to 30 guests for your big day.
“I would be delighted help you plan your celebration, whether its just providing the rose petals for confetti or writing the table cards, just ask.” - Barbara at Dalkeith House
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The village has an abundance of things to see and do during your stay offering everything from mountain biking on the famous 7stanes trails to kayaking and 4x4 off-roading. From the challenging nine hole golf course to fishing on the Border Esk or Liddel or more leisurely pursuits like walking, pond dipping or pony trekking. Our landscape is steeped in legend and history all waiting to be explored. www.visitnewcastleton.com offers lots of info. The world-class 7stanes mountain bike trails are minutes from the house offering various trails with differing degrees of difficulty. There is a skills area to practise MTB techniques and plenty of forest trails for those who prefer much more leisurely cycling or walking. A short drive away is Kielder Forest & Water Park with a further 28 miles of safe cycle routes and walking trails. Further afield is Hadrianâ€™s Wall, a World Heritage site, offering a fabulous day out and a truly memorable experience.
need to hire a bike for the day. If the waters are running then try your hand at fishing for sea trout or salmon on the rivers Liddel and Esk, permits can be bought in the village during the season. The challenge of the nine hole golf course is one you will remember, but worth it to see the breathtaking views from the third hole.
Rock UK, will be happy to indulge you if you want to try abseiling, kayaking, fencing or archery, or image courtesy of Visit Newcastleton
The small village of Newcastleton, with a resident population of 850, is nestled in the valley of Liddesdale, gateway to the Scottish Borders. We are surrounded by hills and forests with fabulous scenery, abundant wildlife and historical sites. Five hundred years ago the hills would be ringing with the sound of clashing steel and fighting Reivers. Today visitors experience a warm welcome. The Border landscape is rich and varied, its history long and turbulent. From the arrival of the Romans in the 1st century, through early Christian warfare, with the invasion of the Normans and the long conflict between English and Scots, the Border was once a scene of perpetual strife. Liddesdale lies at the heart of what was once a frontier zone and borders the Debatable Land, where raid and counter raid took place and rival factions clashed in hill and dale. The history of the area and the Border Reivers can be found in the ruined towers and castles and ancient monuments.
Newcastleton is 25miles from the M6/M74, two hours from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle. Three hours from Manchester, four Birmingham and six from London. There is detailed travel info on our website. Plenty more information about Newcastleton and the surrounding area can be seen at the website www.visitnewcastleton.com More information about Dalkeith House can be found at www.dalkeith-house.com or call us for a chat on +44 (0)1387 375642.
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