Who will take the tower?

TAKING advantage of a roadside restaurant in the Borders could prove the golden path for the right operator.

Rhymers Tower in Earlston is a 55-cover coffee shop and restaurant business named after a 13th century keep, the remains of which are in the back garden of the property. The venue is said be popular with locals, commuters and day-trippers as well as attracting a high level of passing trade.

The property, which includes a two-bedroom owner’s house, is being marketed by Cornerstone with a guide price of £350,000.