Bed and Breakfasts & Hotels
South East Scotland, The Scottish Borders
A warmly welcoming and comfortable small hotel with an emphasis on good food. In Innerleithen, near Peebles, 32 miles south of Edinburgh.
Wonderful views across Scottish Borders landscape and hills, on the edge of traditional village of Broughton home of Broughton Brewery Fine Ales, close to Dawyck Botanic gardens and 45 minutes from Edinburgh.
Welcoming family home B&B. Scottish baronial country house in woodland and gardens above the Gala Water near Heriot, 20 miles south of the centre of Edinburgh.
In one of the prettiest squares in Scotland, this family-run Georgian Coaching Inn in Kelso, south of Edinburgh, has excellent accommodation and also conference facilities.
Elegant Georgian farmhouse set in 350 acres of rolling wooded conservation farmland, 30 mins from Edinburgh, 1m from the historic village of Gifford.
AA . AA Guest Accommodation of the Year, Scotland Award 2009. An hour south of Edinburgh, overlooking Melrose, Melrose Abbey and Eildon Hills, a fine Arts and Crafts house, good food and a friendly, comfortable, stylish family home. Exceptionally good everything!
Between Moffat, Langholm and Selirk this B&B with one double bedroom is surrounded by extraordinarily peaceful landscape of sheep-dotted hills, heather and tumbling streams. Near Samye Ling Tibetan Buddhist centre. M74 motorway is only 25 miles away. Mountain biking, unlimited, inspiring walking and a lovingly cared-for garden.
On the edge of Greenlaw between the A68 and Duns, NW of Kelso. Former manse, a family home, chickens, sheep, horses, trout river, bed and breakfast and optional dinner.
A country house bed and breakfast South of Edinburgh amidst its own rolling farmland (with llamas!). Riverside walk, tennis court, and an ideal base for the abbeys and castles of the Scottish Borders. Close to Ancrum, Melrose, St Boswells and Jedburgh.
Georgian farmhouse, B&B, optional dinner, with beautiful gardens next to Japanese Water Gardens and Stobo Castle Health Spa (day visits) in the valley of the River Tweed just 28 miles south of Edinburgh near Peebles.
The oldest inhabited house in Scotland. Mary Queen of Scots stayed here, and Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Bed and Breakfast. Bedrooms with canopied beds and antique furniture.
Victorian Manse, B&B in Peebles, particularly suited to families or friends travelling together. Private off-street parking and lock-up cellar for cycles. German and French spoken. Good value moderately priced.