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    Edenwater House, EDNAM, Scottish Borders

    By a 17th-century kirk in a peaceful hamlet in the Scottish Borders, this old stone manse with a pretty garden is run by 'friendly' owners Jacqui and Jeff Kelly. He looks after front-of-house and she

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    Windlestraw Lodge, WALKERBURN, Scottish Borders

    With views of the Elibank and Traquair forests and the River Tweed, this 'stunning' Edwardian house, built for a mill owner's bride, is a small hotel run by 'engaging and professional' owners, Alan

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    Skirling House, SKIRLING, Scottish Borders

    'A favourite over many years' for Guide readers, this 'fascinating' Arts and Crafts house is by the green of a tiny village in lovely Borders countryside. It is run as a guest house by Isobel and Bob

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    The Cross Keys, KELSO, Scottish Borders

    The 'delightful' Becattelli family have run this hotel, on a picturesque cobbled square in a historic Borders town, for more than 30 years. Bedrooms in the 18th-century coaching inn vary in size and

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  • Chirnside Hall, CHIRNSIDE, Scottish Borders

    'We felt very much at home at this relaxed hotel,' says a regular correspondent, restoring to a full entry Tessa and Christian Korsten's late Georgian manor after a period without reports. 'Tessa is

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  • Burt's, MELROSE, Scottish Borders

    'An excellent, small, family-run hotel.' In a pretty market town on the banks of the River Tweed, the Henderson family's hotel, a listed 18th-century building, attracts anglers and other outdoorsy

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    Cringletie House, PEEBLES, Scottish Borders

    There is charm here in spades, from the service bells in each public room, to the house's own tartan, displayed in the hall and staircase, to the 400-year-old yew hedge, reputed to be the oldest in

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  • The Townhouse, MELROSE, Scottish Borders

    'It had no fault.' Across the town square from Burt's (see entry, above), this modern hotel is also owned by the Henderson family, who run it with 'extremely pleasant and helpful staff'. Individually

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