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We chose this hotel as a convenient overnight stop on a long drive from the north of Scotland to the south of England, and also because we love the Scottish Borders. It was a busy Saturday, even busier because the hotel was hosting a wedding. The reception staff were polite, patient and friendly, ...
Beautiful and tastefully decorated for the festive period. All the staff were outstanding and everyone as lovely and helpful as the next. Will definitely be back.
Spent one night at the B and B. Have stayed many times before. Room as usual excellent, owners very kind and helpful with a lovely breakfast. The price is also always very good
Very pleasant owner. Quite a nice breakfast. Arrived early and was greeted and arrangements were made to accommodate. Easy access to parking off street. Nice Indian restaurant also in the town - highly recommended.
The hotel was beautiful and very comfortable. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. I would stay there again......and again......and again!!
My twelve-day stay was too short! This beautiful house was my base for roaming around the Borders and I could not have chosen better. My room was cosy and comfortable; Gill and Jock were exceptionally friendly and accommodating; breakfasts were specially customised and beautifully cooked. The short ...
Driving up to the hotel I instantly fell in love with this place. The grounds are beautiful and the staff is wonderful. We were arriving late and the hotel arranged for us to have sandwiches waiting which was perfect. Peebles is adorable town nearby and recommend a visit. I highly recommend this ...
In the south of Scotland, just a short trip from the stunning capital city of Edinburgh, lies the Scottish Borders, so called as it shares an extensive border with Scotland’s southern neighbour, England. The proximity to England has meant that this region is one of important historical significance, and visitors today will come across a number of attractions that stretch back to medieval times, including the majestic of Dryburgh Abbey, along with those of Kelso Abbey, whose walls once took cannon fire from the armies of Henry VIII. Historical attractions are not the only thing to be enjoyed in the Borders however, as there are also plenty of spectacular outdoor adventures to be had, including bird watching at St. Abb’s Head by Eyemouth and Hirsel Country Park, which offer some of the country’s best opportunities to glimpse rare and endangered species.
Those looking to enjoy a more luxurious stay during their time in the Scottish Borders will find plenty to enjoy when booking with a local four star hotel. Treat yourself to accommodation that will supply you with the best amenities the region has to offer. To find the right hotel for your holiday, use Expedia's handy search tool, which can help you narrow down your options and allow you to research and reserve a room without hassle.
With a wealth of sites and activities to enjoy, the Scottish Borders is certain to be a highlight of your next Scottish adventure.