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Luxury Accommodation in or near Melrose

Melrose is situated on the south side of the River Tweed and has a history dating back to the Iron Age. Probably best known today for Melrose Abbey which lies to the north east of the town, however there are many other attractions that draw visitors to this spot including the walled Priorwood Garden, the Trimontium Exhibition, Abbotsford house and of course the ever popular rugby. Accommodation in or near Melrose Abbotsford Hope Scott Wing and Crookston House are listed below.
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2.5 miles from the centre of Melrose
The Hope Scott Wing sits in over 100 acres of estate land bordering the river Tweed. As part of a major refurbishment in 2013 the Wing now has 7 luxury en suite bedrooms (2 accessing a bathroom Jack and Jill style). It is situated 1 hour south of Edinburgh within the Scottish Borders.
13.1 miles from the centre of Melrose
Crookston House is a family run B&B in the Scottish Borders yet Edinburgh is very accessible. The rooms are large & comfortable and the breakfast hearty.
0.5 miles from the centre of Melrose
Fauhope Country House is located in the heart of the Scottish Borders in a secluded location - one that has inspired writers, artists, poets and musicians. The house has been been lovingly renovated and now provides an elegant and inviting place to enjoy. The guest rooms are spacious and have en-suite facilities. All have been individually furnished with comfort and luxury in mind. Your hosts are happy to advise on local facilities, restaurants etc. Full Scottish Breakfast is served. Take ti...
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12.1 miles from the centre of Melrose
Carfraemill is a rural hotel and restaurant with a reputation for excellent locally-sourced breakfasts and warm hospitality. It has 10 country-chic bedrooms, each with immaculate bathrooms. Carfraemill is surrounded by beautiful rural landscapes and is also convenient for onward travel. It's located on the edge of the glorious Lammermuir Hills which divide the Scottish Borders from Edinburgh and the Lothians.
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