Stayed just for one night in the little village of Ancrum while on a work trip. The cottage itself is quite small, it's a converted barn or outbuilding, but don't let that put you off because it's really quirky decorated and nicely appointed inside.
There was a little kitchen area including a microwave and a toaster and kettle but no proper cooker. Not a great problem because the pub in the village serves amazing food and right next door is the village shop or you can get a breakfast butty for less than £2 pounds, so it's hardly worth thinking about self catering really.
We were provided with tea coffee milk bread and biscuits so enough to keep us going. I would've liked to seeing some local biscuits though, we were given a packet of American cookies, still very welcome but not exactly Scottish!
The bathroom area is very small but does the job. And we found the beds comfy.
My son slept in the sofa bed which we had to put away during the day as there wasn't much space when the sofa bed was down. There isn't really any privacy between the two rooms as the screen is open so it's an ideal stop over for a couple or perhaps a group of close friends and it's right on the St Cuthbert's way path so very convenient for walkers.
Cosy and comfortable accomodation. Lovely welcome after a long walk. Comfy beds, tea, coffee, biscuits and bread waiting for us. Ideal setting with pub and shop right next door. Definitely planning to return. Friendly village and lovely accomodation.