36. 20 in annexe.
Bar, lounge, bistro, restaurant, private dining/meeting room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 2 garden areas (alfresco dining), drying room, secure bicycle and motorcycle storage, parking.
In public rooms.
All ages welcomed.
Allowed in annexe bedrooms, bar, bistro, garden, not in restaurant (£10 per dog).
Per room B&B from £70, D,B&B from £130. À la carte £25.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Kate and Gordon Innes’s town-centre hotel is a welcome retreat for outdoorsy types in the Tweed valley, an area rich in opportunities for walking, golfing, fishing, cycling, mountain biking and high-stakes garden-visiting. The early-19th-century building on the High Street is popular for afternoon teas and cocktail evenings. Mingle with locals and tourists over real ales and lagers, then choose to eat seasonal Scottish food in the informal bistro or the high-ceilinged, chandelier-lit restaurant. Modern bedrooms, some overlooking the River Tweed, are in the main building and a rear extension connected by a glass-sided corridor. Some are neat and straightforward, with plaid accessories adding charm, but go for a feature room, perhaps with a handsome four-poster bed.