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Top 10 Hotels in Scottish Borders

Image for Philipburn Hotel, BW Signature Collection
4 out of 5
Linglie Road, Selkirk, Scotland
Free cancellationPay later
£106
per night
6 Oct-7 Oct
4.2/5Excellent! (35 reviews)

"Lovely hotel in beautiful grounds. Staff are excellent and friendly. Great food. A very relaxing and comfortable place to stay"…"

Reviewed on 16 Sep 2019

Philipburn Hotel, BW Signature Collection
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4 out of 5
Free cancellationPay later
£100
per night
19 Sep-20 Sep
4.6/5Exceptional! (103 reviews)

"Besutiful place. Everyone is friendly. Enjoyed my stay."…"

Reviewed on 28 Aug 2019

Mansfield House Hotel
Image for Clovenfords Country Inn
3 out of 5
Free cancellationPay later
£55
per night
23 Sep-24 Sep
3.8/5Good! (134 reviews)

"Just a good reasonably priced room for the night. No issues."…"

Reviewed on 3 Sep 2019

Clovenfords Country Inn
Image for Barony Castle Hotel
3 out of 5
Free cancellationPay later
£58
per night
13 Oct-14 Oct
3.9/5Very Good! (544 reviews)

"We loved our stay at Barony Castle. It’s set on lovely grounds which are perfect for walks and there’s an outdoor sitting area which is really peaceful. The food was great we had dinner one night and breakfast both mornings. The only issue with this is that the doors of the conservatory were left ..."…"

Reviewed on 27 Aug 2019

Barony Castle Hotel
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£75
per night
29 Sep-30 Sep
4.5/5Wonderful! (107 reviews)

"Lovely place with loads of character. Very central. Great food. Would stay again."…"

Reviewed on 16 Jul 2019

The Tontine Hotel
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3.5 out of 5
36-37 The Square, Kelso, Scotland
£99
per night
19 Sep-20 Sep
3.9/5Good! (42 reviews)
Family holiday

"Our day stay was very nice staff were very helpful room was a bit worse for wear but comfortable enough as weren't in room for too long"…"

Reviewed on 12 Apr 2019

Cross Keys Hotel
Image for Burts Hotel
3 out of 5
£120
per night
23 Sep-24 Sep
4.6/5Exceptional! (93 reviews)

"Traditional, family-run, personal. Excellent food, friendly staff"…"

Reviewed on 16 Sep 2019

Burts Hotel
Image for George and Abbotsford Hotel
3.5 out of 5
Free cancellationPay later
£85
per night
19 Sep-20 Sep
4/5Very Good! (49 reviews)

"Great location Lovely pub Delicious food Amazing staff"…"

Reviewed on 18 Aug 2019

George and Abbotsford Hotel
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4 out of 5
Free cancellationPay later
£81
per night
2 Oct-3 Oct
3.9/5Very Good! (328 reviews)

"I recall the property when it was a5 star hotel 60 years ago. It is now a too large , but friendly family hotel today."…"

Reviewed on 11 Aug 2019

Peebles Hydro Hotel
Image for Dryburgh Abbey Hotel
3 out of 5
Free cancellationPay later
£100
per night
9 Oct-10 Oct
4.2/5Excellent! (367 reviews)

"Beautiful building & grounds. Large, comfortable bed. Good breakfast. However, we didn't enjoy our dinner in the restaurant - poor quality - and the service was appalling. Mainly because most of the servers were minors (probably 14) and hadnt been trained properly."…"

Reviewed on 13 Aug 2019

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Pocket Guide: Scottish Borders

The lush and rolling landscape of the Scottish Borders lies just to the south of the capital of city of Edinburgh, and whether you’re exploring its expansive forests, trekking to the summits above its scenic valleys, or roaming across the heather-clad moorland, you’ll quickly discover this south-eastern region is both serene and full of important historical monuments, ruins, and sites of all kinds.

The geographical position of the Borders, as the region is more commonly known in Scotland, has played an important role in its history, as it does in fact border England to the south, and this partially explains the range of historic homes that can be found in the region, as well as important religious sites. However, it is not just history that the Borders offers its visitors today, as there are plenty of great outdoor activities to enjoy, from visiting wildlife sanctuaries and mountain biking through forests, to trekking the famous Sir Walter Scott Way, a 151km walk that will bring you past lochs, along Scottish coastline, and through valleys and moors, all while encountering significant places that inspired this famous Scottish writer. Whatever your reason for visiting the Scottish Borders, visitors will soon find themselves swept away by this picturesque countryside and its relaxed pace of life that makes it one of Scotland’s best regions to visit.

Discover the Expansive Ruins of the Borders Abbeys

The Borders is home to four grand and important abbeys, which make for some of the most majestic looking ruins in the country today. All of these great structures were built around the same time in the 12th Century, and each is settled amidst its own idyllic landscape. Kelso Abbey is the largest and most historically renowned of the abbeys, and it was the richest in Scotland for a long time until it came under cannon fire from the armies of Henry VIII during the Rough Wooing of the 1540s. Melrose, Dryburgh, and Jedburgh Abbeys, however, each provide their own wondrous character and design, and shouldn’t be missed by anyone who enjoys medieval sites.

Enjoy an Outdoor Adventure in the Borders

While the Highlands and Hebrides might be Scotland’s best known adventure destinations as they’re home to world-class mountain climbing and windsurfing, the Scottish Borders offer visitors equally spectacular opportunities to revel in a beautiful landscape. One of the most spectacular ways to explore the rolling hills and valleys of the Borders is to discover it on the back of a bicycle, along marked routes like the Four Abbeys Cycle Route, the Tweed Cycle Way, the Borders Loop, or the new Scottish C2C (coast2coast) route. The region is also home to two of the 7stanes mountain biking centres which can be found at Glentress & Innerleithen and Newcastleton.

Whether you’re looking to book a hotel and simply escape the nine to five for a few days, or want to include the Borders on your tour of this magnificent country, you’ll find it not only has plenty of great things to see and do, but its fantastic local restaurants, pubs, hotels, and cafés will also provide you with great traditional Scottish flavours and luxury amenities to enjoy along the way. Start planning your visit to the Scottish Borders, by simply using the Expedia search tool to research and reserve a room in this fantastic part of Scotland.

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