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Eyemouth hotelNisbet’s Tower was the Dovecote for Gunsgreen House.
It was restored in 2005 to provide a cosy retreat for two people.
A former Dovecot and coach house for the adjacent Gunsgreen House an 18th century Adam house, Nisbet’s Tower overlooks the historic fishing port of Eyemouth harbour.

Nisbet’s Tower Accommodation

The Tower has a twin bedroom and shower room on the ground floor and a single space on the upper level, incorporating the kitchen, dining and seating areas.
The Tower was restored and refurbished 2 years ago to provide comfortable accommodation for a couple wishing to explore the unspoilt Berwickshire and Northumberland coast and countryside.

Nisbet’s Tower Facilities

Indoor Drying Facility
Central Heating Throughout Property
DVD Player Available
Electric Cooker
Washing Facilities
Ironing Facilities
No Pets Allowed
No Smoking Permitted
Sandy beach
Rocky Beach
Seaside promenade
National Nature Reserve
Getting there from the Information Centre
Walk along Harbour Road away room the sea, until you reach the head of the harbour, then go along the middle pier and across the red bridge.
Gunsgreen House is signposted and will always be in sight! It will take you about ten minutes.
Getting There by Car
From A1: turn off at the Eyemouth junction.
As you approach Eyemouth, you go round a roundabout near the new High School; a little way further along, a large sign directs you into The Avenue, on the right side the original approach to the House.
Drive along the avenue, and a further sign takes you down in to the car park
From Coldingham: sweep down the hill towards Eyemouth, keep on Coldingham Road until you cross the bridge high over the Eye Water.
Almost immediately you will see the sign on the left – follow as before.
Getting There by Railway
Many main line trains Cross Country and East Coast trains stop at Berwick-Upon-Tweed.
From here there are regular buses to Eyemouth, mostly provided by Perrymans, who have a website with timetable information.
The bus journey takes about twenty minutes.
After you pass the roundabout by the High School make to get off the bus stop is opposite The Avenue, with its prominent sign to the House.
Alternatively you can get a taxi from Berwick.
Getting there by Aeroplane
The nearest Airports are Edinburgh and Newcastle.
In both cases you can either hire a car and head for the A1, or make your way to Newcastle Central or Edinburgh Waverley stations to get a train to Berwick.

Email Nisbet's Tower enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com