WELCOME

Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Innerleithen

Innerleithen lies in the Tweed Valley and during the 19th century was famous for its Spa from the mineral spring of Doo's Well. Today you can still sample the waters and find out the history at the interpretation centre. A couple of miles out of town lies Traquair House, the oldest continuously inhabited house in Scotland. Places to Visit in or near Innerleithen Traquair House and Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spa are listed below.
3 Results In Or Near Innerleithen
0.6 miles from centre of Innerleithen
Disabled Access
Guided Tours
Traquair is Scotland's oldest inhabited House dating from 1107, and lived in by the Stuart family since 1491. Originally a Royal hunting lodge, with strong Jacobean and Catholic history, there is much to see within its walls. The House also has extensive informal gardens, with the largest hedged maze in Scotland, and it's own Traquair House Brewery.
2.4 miles from centre of Innerleithen
Treatment Rooms
It might only lie 20 miles from the hustle of Edinburgh, but the Cardona Hotel Spa feels like another world altogether. Breathe in the fresh air and run free in the open countryside where optimum wellness comes with unforgettable views. Set in 200 acres of private grounds, the spa exploits its beautiful rural location to the max with panoramic vistas of the rolling hills of the Scottish borders – notable especially when you take your morning swim in the tranquil glass-fronted 18-metre pool. T...
3.1 miles from centre of Innerleithen
Dog/Pet friendly
Parking Available
Disabled Access
Dating back to the 1300s, the house at Kailzie has passed through many an aristocratic hand but it wasn't until 1962 when present owner Lady Buchan-Hepburn got to grips with the wilderness that surrounds it that the present garden you see today emerged. The garden stands at 700 feet above sea level on the south bank of the River Tweed where winters are harsh and the subsequent clever planting is mostly hardy. The Walled Garden, built in 1811, now has hardy shrub beds and old fashioned roses f...
This website uses cookies. Click here to read our Privacy Policy.
If that’s okay with you, just keep browsing. CLOSE