Huntlywood Granary

Bed and Breakfast in Bassendean, Borders

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Huntlywood Granary, Bassendean

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Accommodation Description:

Huntlywood Granary is located in the heart of the beautiful Scottish Borders, an easy drive south from Edinburgh or west from Berwick-Upon-Tweed, making it an ideal place get away for a weekend or a short break. There are numerous golf courses in the area, and the Borders is a haven for walkers and horse-riders, and a mecca for mountain-bikers.Huntlywood offers spacious, light and airy rooms ideal for those wanting a comfortable home to revive themselves and enjoy a good breakfast before the days adventures.

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