Good Hotel Guide Review
‘It’s a delight to stay’ at Lisa and Stephen Davies’s ‘great-value’ guest house in the Tweed valley, say visitors who laud the friendly welcome and home-baked treats on offer. Bedrooms have a simple country air, a ‘spotless’ modern bathroom and all the amenities (tea- and coffee-making facilities, fresh milk, a radio/alarm clock); secondary glazing reduces traffic noise. Outdoorsy adventures in the Borders, many from the door, are plentiful; indoor pursuits, too, with books, board games, and a blazing fire in the drawing room. Light lunches and home-made cakes are served in the conservatory café, along with ‘very good’ seasonal Scottish dishes at dinner several nights a week. ‘Excellent’ breakfasts, too.
14 Pirn Road
all year except Christmas, café closed Sun and Mon evenings, dinner Tues and Wed by reservation only.
snug bar, drawing room, breakfast room, café/bistro, in-room TV (Freeview), ½-acre mature garden, storage for bicycles and fishing gear, parking.
in breakfast room, local radio in café during the day.
well-behaved children of all ages welcomed.
allowed in 1 bedroom, bar, drawing room, café ‘if no other guests object’.
per room B&B £55–£135. Set menus £22–£28.