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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, ...
Very welcoming, pleasant staff. Our room was comfortable and clean but rather small and somewhat noisy - creaky floor, ratttly door and some extraneous noise - especially in the morning. Food was OK, breakfasts pleasant without being outstanding. We had one dinner, main course very good, sweet overpriced ...
2 night stay attending a wedding which was very well done. Good quality food and service (I always dread mass catering - but this was good - salmon starter was excellent!). Our room was very nice in the Orangery. The interior is obviously focused on the fishing crowd (River Tweed outside...one of ...
The hotel has seen its day but full of character and history. Famous people have stayed here and still do. Tom was was a terrific host, always available and attentive and personable. Made you feel welcome and right at home. The food was delicious and delightful (try the curry and the soup of the ...
The hotel was beautiful and very comfortable. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. I would stay there again......and again......and again!!
Hotel is currently going through a refurbishment and the public areas are looking great but the rooms are looking a bit tired. They are being done slowly and are perfectly ok and clean but will be so much better in a few months. Staff are very friendly, attentive and try their best to help.
Most people travelling to Scotland via land from England will enter through the region of the Scottish Borders, one of the country’s most idyllic and historical landscapes, that not only features a wealth of monuments and scenic areas, but also is home to great hotels, pubs, restaurants, and more. Whatever your reason for visiting to the Borders, you’ll quickly find that its relaxing beauty will set you at ease. Those interested in experiencing the important past of the region won’t want to miss-out on visits to the Borders Abbeys, which include the medieval ruins of Kelso, Montrose, Dryburgh, and Jedburgh Abbeys, or the stately castles such as Thirlestane Castle, one of the seven “Great Houses of Scotland”.
If you happen to be travelling to the Scottish Borders on business, or are simply in need of some professional amenities during your stay, be sure to book a room at one of the region’s business hotels, which will provide you with all the necessary help to make your visit as fruitful as possible. Just use the Expedia search tool to discover what hotel best suits your needs, and secure your room in advance.
From business trips to outdoor adventures, the region of the Borders will provide you with a wonderful Scottish experience no matter your reason for visiting.