Best hotels in the Scottish Borders from the Good Hotel Guide

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Hotels in Scottish Borders

  • Chirnside Hall, CHIRNSIDE, Scottish Borders

    Readers arriving for their yearly stay at Tessa and Christian Korsten’s late Georgian, Tudor-gabled mansion, were welcomed by the hostess ‘like old friends’. She was, writes a

  • Burt's, MELROSE, Scottish Borders

    In a lovely Borders town on the banks of the River Tweed, the Henderson family has been running this ‘excellent’ small hotel in a listed 18th-century building for 44 years. The Hendersons

  • The Wheatsheaf, SWINTON, Scottish Borders

    Opposite the village green, Chris and Jan Winson’s cosy, stone-built roadside inn has comfortable, country-style accommodation and an award-winning restaurant, popular with locals and visitors

  • The Townhouse, MELROSE, Scottish Borders

    In the town centre, this smart, modern hotel is a sister to Burt’s, across the market square (see previous entry). It is owned by the Henderson family, and run with ‘extremely pleasant and helpful

  • The Cross Keys, KELSO, Scottish Borders

    Well placed for walks along the River Tweed, this ‘friendly, relaxing’ 18th-century coaching inn is on the busy square of a historic Borders town. Owned by the Ballantyne family, the hotel

  • Caddon View, INNERLEITHEN, Scottish Borders

    In beautiful countryside on the edge of a small Borders town, this handsome Victorian house, set in mature grounds, is ideally located for walking, fishing, cycling and golf. It is run as a guest

  • Horseshoe Restaurant, PEEBLES, Scottish Borders

    In the heart of the Scottish Borders, this sophisticated restaurant-with-rooms occupies the former inn of a tiny village a few miles north of Peebles. Mark Slaney is the manager. Comfortable