Converted two bedroom netting station on the banks of the River Tweed with salmon fishing.
Yardford Shiel is an attractive stone built building on the south bank of the River Tweed.
Originally one of 34 netting stations situated between Berwick and Coldstream there is an abundance of charm and history embedded into the cottage.
Throughout the cottage there are many period features including a lovely stone fireplace with stove, exposed beams and astrigalled windows.
The accommodation flows from a welcoming hallway and provides comfortable living and bedroom space.
In brief the accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: Entrance hall, open plan kitchen and sitting room bedroom and bathroom.
First Floor: Bedroom and storage cupboard.
Externally, the cottage sits within a fenced garden.
The fishing at Yardford comprises approximately 700m of single bank salmon and trout fishing of the River Tweed.
Whilst there are no formal catch records the beat, in the past, has provided good sport and an enjoyable spot to cast a line.
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