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What's in the Village?

Audrey’s is situated in a quiet residential area in Kirk Yetholm, tucked into a secluded corner.
Kirk Yetholm is a beautiful settlement famous for being home of the Scottish gypsies kings and queens. The St Cuthberts way passes through the village and the Penine Way ends here.
Kirk Yetholm is connected to Town Yetholm by a beautiful river walk. The village boasts two pubs, a butcher, a shop, post office  and a garage and caravan park.

Situated half way between Edinburgh and Newcastle the Borders and North Northumberland boast multiple attractions for visitors and residents alike.


Yetholm Village Shop

The Yetholm Village Shop supplies freshly baked rolls and bread, butter, milk, fresh vegetables and fruit. They also feature a selection of popular frozen foods and ready-made meals, cheeses, yoghurts, cereals and some mouth watering cakes and biscuits - many of which are special to Scotland.

They are able to provide everything you may need for your stay in the village. Just to make your visit even more relaxing, don't forget to order your daily newspaper and favourite magazines.


Frank Gibson ATV

Situated in the centre of the village we are very lucky to have Frank Gibson ATV's shop. Not only does it stock and sell some of the best ATV's on the market, the shop also stocks pet food, horse food and other essential products.


Attached to the shop is their car garage where they specialise in vehicle repairs and M.O.T's 


Kirkfield Caravan Park

Kirkfield Caravan Park is situated in the quiet village of Town Yetholm, ideal for motorhome, touring caravans or tent vacations and only a short drive from Audrey's

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Briggsy's Quality Butchers

Coming soon to Town Yetholm is Briggsy's Quality Butchers offering some of the best local meets and produce.

Visit Briggsy's Quality Butchers to find out more!

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The Plough Hotel

Located on the Main Street in Town Yetholm, this beautiful family and dog friendly country hotel brings you much more than the norm.
They boast a large whisky and gin collection, 2 hand pulls that feature real ales mainly from the local breweries including Born in the Borders, Alnwick Ales and Belhaven Brewery. Plus well known classics such as Old Speckled Hen and Ruddle’s. They also have a selection of wines and an array of soft drinks including mocktails. When dining with them, they offer the best in pub fare, with delicious bar snacks also available.


The Border Hotel

Dating from 1750 The Border Hotel offers a welcome sight to the discerning traveller. It’s commanding position at the head of the village green catches the imagination with its traditional thatched roof and eye catching frontage. It’s walls steeped in a rich history exude a magnetic draw and envelop the visitor into it.


A warm friendly welcome awaits you as you enter the cosy bar with its fine selection of beverages to enjoy in front of the roaring open fire while the tempting menu our chefs have created using local produce offers a fine selection of freshly prepared and well presented dishes to satisfy the hungry traveller.

Things to do nearby

When visiting The Scottish Borders there is no shortage of things to do and places to see. We have compiled a list of things to do near Audrey's Cottage just for you!


Beirhope Alpacas

Beirhope Alpacas offer an Alpaca hike where you get to enjoy some amazing Scottish Countryside scenery while being one to one with an Alpaca

Kelso Abbey

Kelso Abbey was founded by monks invited by King David I. Originally settling at Selkirk, the monks relocated to Kelso in 1128, moving close to David’s new castle at Roxburgh.


Next to nothing remains of the once-sprawling monastery precinct. But what survives of the church is one of the most spectacular architectural achievements in medieval Scotland.

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Penine Way National Trail

Penine Way National Trail is one of the most famous National Trails and was the first to open. A great place for upland walking with the kids through some beautiful landscapes

Harestanes Visitor Centre

Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre is a great starting point for a family day out as it is set in beautiful countryside near Jedburgh, with a number of family oriented events and varying exhibitions, so there is always something new to discover!


Berwick Beaches

Fancy a beach day? Berwick Upon-Tweed has some fantastic beaches to visit.

Jedburgh Abbey

Just a 15 minute drive away from Audrey's is the spectacular Jedburgh Abbey!


Scottish Borders Common Ridings

Join in on the historic traditions in the Scottish Borders with the Common Ridings Festivals.

Floors Castle

Visit floors castle in Kelso, only a short drive from Audrey's!


Jedburgh Jail

Visit Jedburgh Castle Jail, explore around the castle museum and learn about how the prison operated in ancient times!

Tweedbank Train Station

Choose your next destination with Scotrail at Tweedbank Train Station


Kelso Races

Enjoy a thrill of Horse Racing at Kelso Races.

Monteviot Gardens

Visit the spectacular gardens at Monteviot House.


Go Ape

Swing through the trees at Go Ape in Peebles.

Jacksons At Jedburgh

If your into animals then Jacksons At Jedburgh farm is a must see in Jedburgh. A great day out for the whole family!

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