Cross Keys Hotel - 36 37, The Square Kelso TD5 7HL
Distance: 1.0 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £89.00 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
The Cross Keys Hotel is superbly situated in the heart of Kelso's picturesque French-style cobbled square. The present hotel was built in 1769, but in other forms a Cross Keys hotel has occupied this site since the earliest days of Scottish coaching inns. The Cross Keys today provides a warm and friendly welcome to its guests and excellent service from attentive, friendly staff. The hotel is an ideal centre for business or pleasure - situated in a peaceful corner of Scotland, yet still within easy reach of Edinburgh and Newcastle. Ideal for groups of cyclists, walkers, fishing and shooting parties, accommodating bikes securely on site if required. A central venue for meetings, conferences, weddings, family gatherings, lunches and dinner celebrations and all family occasions. The Cross Keys is a family run hotel who provide that personal touch that makes all the difference to their guests. We take pride in welcoming and looking after our guests and pride ourselves on our long serving staff members who cater for your every need.
Ednam House Hotel - Bridge Street Kelso TD57HT
Distance: 1.1 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £130.50 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Edam House is a gorgeous Georgian Mansion sitting in 3 acres of gardens overlooking the famous River Tweed, yet in the heart of the charming town of Kelso. Whilst the original building has been updated and extended through the years, it oozes charms and retains its character; the original woodwork, plaster ceilings & marble fireplaces are truly magnificent. Owned and run by the Brooks family since 1928, you can be assured of a warm welcome by your hosts Ralph and Anne. They will treat you to genuine Scottish hospitality and authentic food during your stay. Let them take you back in time in this beautiful historical setting with friendly personal service and an informal atmosphere. Our hotel has 32 lovely rooms, all individually decorated in traditional style, a riverside restaurant offering a daily delicious menu using fresh local ingredients, as well a cosy lounges to relax and a warm and welcoming bar. Plus you can use Free Wifi in our public spaces. Besides using local fresh ingredients you will be interested to learn that we also smoke our own salmon, have bee hives and produce honey for your breakfast, raise free range pork, bake fresh bread, and have our own Whisky brand. In our modern Deli, ‘Pharlanne’, located at the entrance of the hotel, you can also buy these fresh ingredients and produce to take home with you. The hotel is ideally located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, perfect for exploring the wonderful countryside and visiting all the surrounding castles, abbeys, historic houses and gardens. For more active holidays, the Cheviots hills provide wonderful walks, there is salmon fishing on the river Tweed, enjoy stunning horse riding routes, easy access to the surrounding 22 golf courses, go cycling or mountain biking and Kelso also has its own horse race course.
The Townhouse - Oven Wynd, Kelso TD5 7HS
Distance: 1.1 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £105.0 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
The Townhouse is a charming Bed and Breakfast situated in the conservation area of Kelso. The principal rooms overlook the main square. The house is Georgian has lots of original features, books and curios.
Castle Hotel - 11 High Street Coldstream Berwickshire TD12 4AP
Distance: 7.3 miles
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £65.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
The Castle Hotel, occupying a prominent site on the main street of "the first true border toon" of Coldstream, offers comfortable accommodation, traditional home cooked food and a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. The hotel offers en suite accommodation, Restaurant and Bar lounge area and off road parking in the adjacent car park. The hotel is in a popular location which is ideal for golfing parties and the Hirsel Golf Club is less then 10 minutes walk away. The River Tweed is only minutes away and can provide excellent fishing. Coldstream itself offers a selection of local shops including many antique shops and only minutes walk away from the Hirsel Craft Centre. Coldstream is also home of the "Coldstream Guards" and in the town square you can find the Coldstream Guards Museum. Kelso is situated only 9 miles away and Berwick upon Tweed is just 12 miles which makes the Castle Hotel an ideal location to stay and enjoy some Scottish hospitality whilst discovering the beauty of the Scottish borders.
Newcastle Arms Hotel - 50 High Street, Coldstream TD12 4AS
Distance: 7.3 miles
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Coldstream is a town and a civil parish in the scottish borders area of scotland it lies on the north banks of the river tweed while northunberland in england lies on the south banks with cornhill one mile away is the nearest village in England. Coldstrea
Little Bethel Cottage - 79 High Street Coldstream TD12 4DH
Distance: 7.5 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £200.00 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
This fantastic luxury stone cottage in the heart of this Scottish Borders Town. Excellent location with car parking, shops and eating places on your doorstep. This is the perfect cottage has everything you'll need for your stay and is the ideal location for a visit to Scotland. The cottage has 2 double bedrooms and one single bedroom and will sleeps 5 comfortably. There is loads to see and do - and Edinburgh is only 1 hour drive.
Apartment - 76 High Street - 76 HIGH STREET COLDSTREAM TD12 4DH
Distance: 7.5 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £Full | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Large 2 bedroom Apartment which sleep 4 adults (& 2 children). One bedroom with King Bed, Single bed and pull out bed and also a twin bedroom & sofabed. Sitting room with tv, dvd & freeview digital channels. Extra beds available on request. Fully equipped kitchenette with cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine & drier. Coldstream is right on the England and Scotland border next to the River Tweed. Lovely River walks nearby. Shops open in town till 10pm most nights and superb new tea room with full breakfast, lunches and teas available. Parking at the front door. Phone owner for keys & longer stay rates. Pets welcome but must have their own beds as not allowed in bedrooms. A £10 extra charge per pet.
Bank House - 88 HIGH STREET COLDSTREAM TD12 4AG
Distance: 7.5 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £Full | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Large character guest rooms ideal for anyone visiting the Scottish Borders/Scotland. These wonderful very large self catering rooms are ideal for more than one night and you can even make your own breakfast! Rooms include Towels, large tv’s with freeview channels, dvd player/dvd library, free wireless internet, extra beds available on request, microwave, fridge, cutlery/plates, and have stunning views of the River Tweed! Coldstream is right on the England and Scotland and there is lovely relaxing walks along the riverside to enjoy. Lovely eating places and shops one minute’s walk away. Shops and restaurants nearby so you can eat in or eat out. Excellent accommodation for holiday weekends or summer holiday visits, couples, families and single professionals.
The FARMHOUSE at Yetholm Mill - Main St Kirk Yetholm TD5 8PE
Distance: 7.6 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
The Farmhouse at Yetholm Mill can be found in Kirk Yetholm, in the Scottish Borders. St Cuthbert's Way passes the house and the Pennine Way finishes just a short distance away on the village green. We are perfectly situated for walking breaks, enjoying the countryside, or exploring Kelso, the Borders and Northumberland. If you enjoy walking, cycling, golf, racing (Kelso Racecourse), fishing or birdwatching this is the place for you. History seeps out of every pore of the Borders landscape and there are plenty of historical buildings to be enjoyed. The Borders countryside is spectacular and can be enjoyed as much from the car as on foot walking in the Cheviots. Guests are welcome to wander around our gardens or woodland, and can sit on the terrace soaking up the sun or with a glass of wine watching the glorious sunsets. The view from the terrace is spectacular, as we look out over the Bowmont river valley, and also down the valley towards Kelso. We are happy to provide Evening Meals and packed lunches, and can arrange special days out (e.g. birdwatching) for our visitors. We also have a self catering option in our annexe. Two of the bedrooms and the full kitchen and living room can be rented for self catering breaks. Minimum stay 3 nights. New for 2010 -hot tub available to our guests, located in the gardens.