Decorated in a period style, and sleeping up to 11 guests- the Merchant’s House is the ideal location for a gatherings with families or friends, special birthdays or anniversaries.
The house consists of a large open planned living and dining area and a compact well-equipped kitchen on the first floor, along with one of the bedrooms (a double with an ‘8 poster’ bed) and a wet room bathroom.
There is lift access up to this floor and the wet room is accessible for disabled guests.
Stairs lead up to the second floor, where there are two double bedrooms (one with en-suite), a twin bedroom, a triple bedroom (with built in box bed suitable for a child) and a large family bathroom with free-standing roll top bath.
Both floors benefit from fantastic views across Eyemouth town, harbour and out to sea. Guests are welcome to use the lawned area in front of the house bastion, and the Picnic table in the side garden, the beach is just a ten minute walk away.
Guests to The Merchant’s House will also benefit from Scottish tablet on their pillows and a luxury welcome hamper.
"A lovely house in an enviable position, fantastic views. We all enjoyed the tour, what a history! The children cant wait to return.
Rooms are warm and comfortable and the kitchen is thoughtfully equipped, Loved the impressive welcome hamper!"
Lots to See and Do
The tower is ideally situated to explore Eyemouth and the East Berwickshire coast, including the stunning villages of Coldingham and St Abbs.
Eyemouth town centre is just a ten minute scenic walk across the harbour, where plenty local amenities are situated including a supermarket, post office and local gift shops. There are also plenty places to eat and drink, we recommend relaxing in Oblo Bar & Bistro with a delicious meal, or sampling award-winning local fish & chips and ice cream from Giacopazzi’s.
There are a number of nearby attractions, including Gunsgreen House itself (during the Summer Season 1st April - 31st October, guests benefit from 10% discount on entry to Gunsgreen House), Eyemouth Town Museum, Eyemouth Maritime Centre and a booth on the harbour-side where fish can be bought to feed the local seals- a favourite with children.
Other things to do include taking an exhilarating boat trip with Eyemouth Rib Trips, or practising your golfing skills at Eyemouth Golf Club (famed for its 6th hole across the sea, voted ‘Britain’s No.1 Most Extraordinary Golf Hole’).
For avid walkers, why not explore nearby St Abbs Head, a national nature reserve, or challenge yourself to complete ‘The Smugglers’ Trail’ along the Berwickshire Coastal Path from Burnmouth to Cove. Gunsgreen House is itself part of this trail.
We are open from the 1st of April until the 31st of October 2017. Opening times are 11:00 am - 5:00 pm. Last admissions are 4:00pm. For Closures please see our news page.