Location of Yethouse self catering cottage

newcastleton mapThe location of Yethouse self catering cottage is 1.5 miles from Newcastleton Village.

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We would urge you to download our directions as Sat. Nav. systems have a habit of taking you up a dirt track!

Travelling by Train

For access to Newcastleton by train, Carlisle (30 mins) is the most convenient in terms of connections and services, although Gretna is closer.

Regular services to Carlisle are run by Virgin, Northern, and First Scotrail from Dumfries, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Newcastle Upon Tyne. Virgin also provides intercity services from elsewhere in Britain. First Scotrail and Northern Trains run services to Gretna. For further information on rail travel in Scotland and throughout GB see www.nationalrail.co.uk.

Travelling by Bus

Buses run regularly between Hawick/Newcastleton and Carlisle/ Newcastleton. Services provided by Telford’s Coaches. Please note there is no service on a Sunday and bikes cannot be carried on this service. For bus journey planning in Scotland see www.travelinescotland.com Use www.traveline.org.uk if coming from elsewhere in GB & NI.

Travelling by Ferry

From Northern Ireland (Belfast) to Stranraer via Stena line www.stenaline.co.uk From Europe (Amsterdam) via Newcastle using DFDS Seaways www.dfdsseaways.co.uk

To hire a car

Hertz hire cars from Carlisle station. 

Disclaimer: These are suggested routes only, using the most direct routes available.

.....“A fabulous time in a fabulous house. Beautifully appointed and decorated to a very high standard, with all the bits & bobs you could possible want. We particularly enjoyed the ‘eclectic music collection! Will definitely recommend the house to friends and family. Apart from a walk to the village every day (coffee in the Olive tree cafe) we spent all our time in the house. How lovely to relax by a real fire, what a delight also to see such big artwork on the walls. Thank you Barbara for your welcome. We rested and were enchanted by the house, the landscape and the people here.”....
The Dixon & Stuart party