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Very friendly and polite host and hostess. The room was spotless and the breakfast excellent. Good location in the centre of Jedburgh. Our only complaint was that on the first night of our stay the room was very cold. this was remedied by the owner for the second night. we wuld recommend this Hotel ...
From check-in to check-out, it couldn't have been more perfect. The staff were very friendly and attentive, but without being intrusive.The chef produced excellent meals throughout the stay - a lovely Scottish tasting menu on Xmas Eve and a perfect Xmas Day lunch. Could happily have stayed on for ...
The location on the River Tweed gives great interest and Kelso is a pleasant place to stay. We enjoyed several visits to the various grand houses in the region; it would have been even better if we had been earlier in the season as quite a few were closed from the end of September.
We enjoyed our stay very much but as it was raining did not do the walking we wanted to do but found plenty places to visit . We had dinner in the restaurant on the first night but did not enjoy it very much if we went back we would have the bar food.
A lovely hotel let down by no hot water for the first evening and following morning. No one let us know until we asked after a cold shower, no sort of reduction on price offered. A little disappointing for this type of place.
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.
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