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Scottish Borders

The Scottish Borders are a rural, hilly region with a rich military history of significant wars between Scotland and England. .
32 Results In Or Near Scottish Borders
4.3 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Furnished & decorated to the highest standards by owners David & Susan Watson, first class service and a warm welcome awaits at the Balcary House Hotel. This lovingly restored Victorian mansion is set in 3 acres of private mature grounds on the south side of Hawick is a charming and comfortable country house retreat originally built as a villa for a former local mill owner. Its elevated position provides commanding views & is the ideal base for discovering the beauty of the Scottish Borders.
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Sir Walter Scott’s imagination and creativity extended beyond the walls of his house into the outdoors and the creation of beautiful formal Regency gardens
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Abbotsford is the extraordinary home of Sir Walter Scott, the 19th century poet and novelist who changed how the world saw Scotland and Scotland saw itself
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Amonst the rolling hills of the Scottish Borders, the Hope Scott Wing is the perfect group accommodation for up to 16 guests on a self-catering basis.
in Scottish Borders
A warm welcome awaits all guests at Butterlaw Farm Steading. From the moment you step into the house you will be a priority.
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Carfraemill is a rural wedding venue in the Scottish Borders, near the Royal Burgh of Lauder. It's suitable for weddings of all sizes - from 3 to 300 guests. Flexible spaces can be used over the course of your day, including a marquee, hillside barn, oak-panelled reception room and a private gallery. The bridal party can stay in Carfraemill's bedrooms and cottages.
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A Scottish castle amidst rolling hills and green pastures, and with far-reaching views. Perfect for the most idyllic weddings! This castle was built as a private dwelling in 1861 by renowned Scottish architect, David Bryce. Now it is a luxurious four-star hotel, with beautiful public rooms, as if they were created especially for weddings!
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Explore the beauty of Dawyck Botanic Garden Dawyck Botanic Garden benefits from the cooler continental environment in the heart of the Scottish Borders, and from over 300 years of tree planting, truly one of the world´s finest arboreta. Gaze at exotic conifers dating back to 1680, the unique Dawyck beech, and some of the tallest trees in Britain. Find fungi, mosses and lichens in the world´s first-ever Cryptogamic Reserve for non-flowering plants. They also have an Award-winning Visi...
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Duns Castle, dating from 1320, is an award-winning Scottish venue and an idyllic setting for fairytale weddings, whether intimate or grand. Possibly the best va
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A spacious Georgian country house hotel in Kelso, with 33 bedrooms and 3 acres of riverside gardens. Award winning dining and a home from home atmosphere.
in Scottish Borders
Surrounded by the stunning scenery of the Scottish Borders, within easy reach of Edinburgh, Newcastle and Carlisle, be lucky enough to enjoy the convenience of
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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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The ancestral and current home of the Duke of Roxburghe, Floors castle was built between 1721 and 1726 by Scottish architect William Adam. Open to the public for over 40 years, the stories of ten generations of the Roxburghe family are embellished by a treasure trove of furniture, tapestries, carpets and artwork.
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The ancestral and current home of the Duke of Roxburghe, Floors castle was built between 1721 and 1726 by Scottish architect William Adam. Open to the public for over 40 years, the stories of ten generations of the Roxburghe family are embellished by a treasure trove of furniture, tapestries, carpets and artwork.
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in Scottish Borders
Experience the tranquillity of Harmony Garden Harmony Garden is surrounded by walls and screened by trees, offering a unique sense of peace and tranquillity. Stroll across the lush green lawns and admire the herbaceous and mixed borders, the vegetable and fruit areas, and, in spring, the rich display of bulbs. The views across Melrose Abbey and Eildon Hills are magnificent.
in Scottish Borders
Hartleap, an idyllic 150 year old cottage nestling in the Scottish Border hills, where you can enjoy an exclusive tranquil, rural retreat.
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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...
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Set by the River Tweed, in the peaceful countryside, the 4-star Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf and Spa flaunt amazing views of the Border Hills, an 18-hole golf course, an honor winning restaurant and a spa. The bedrooms at Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spa all have blackout curtains for a good night's sleep. Guests can also enjoy views of the hills or the golf course as well as many facilities including tea and coffee. Renwick's Restaurant at Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spa o...
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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...
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Manderston is the supreme country house of Edwardian Scotland; the swansong of its era. Manderston, as it is today, is a product of the best craftsmanship and highest domestic sophistication the Edwardian era had to offer.
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Millsyde stands in a blissfully peaceful position on a family farm, between The River Tweed & Eden Water, downstream from delightful Kelso.
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Paxton House is one of the finest 18th century Palladian country houses in Britain, built to the design of John Adam with a Regency extension by Robert Reid. The twelve period rooms feature Adam interiors, a fine collection of Chippendale and Trotter furniture. The Georgian kitchen has recently been restored to working order and the magnificent Picture Gallery, the largest in a Scottish country house, contains over 70 paintings from the National Galleries of Scotland. There are two exciting n...
in Scottish Borders
Paxton House is one of the finest 18th century Palladian country houses in Britain, built to the design of John Adam with a Regency extension by Robert Reid. The twelve period rooms feature Adam interiors, a fine collection of Chippendale and Trotter furniture. The Georgian kitchen has recently been restored to working order and the magnificent Picture Gallery, the largest in a Scottish country house, contains over 70 paintings from the National Galleries of Scotland. There are two exciting a...
in Scottish Borders
Sitting in the heart of the Tweed Valley with easy access to the big city in Edinburgh and the surrounding quaint little Borders towns.
in Scottish Borders
Explore the art of Dried Flower Arranging at Priorwood Garden Priorwood Garden is a specialist centre for the craft of dried flower arranging. Most of the flowers are grown for this purpose and the colourful selection brings variety to the arrangements made here. You can also learn more about this fascinating craft as there is ongoing drying most of the time. Otherwise you can simply enjoy the blossoms, especially in spring, or pause for a summer picnic within sight of the ruins of Mel...
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A highly coveted AA rosette for culinary excellence, there are few better places to savour the best produce from the fields, rivers and shores of the Scottish Borders than in the Riverside Restaurant. It's a place to enjoy award-winning gastronomy, and an enviable list of fine wines while drinking in the beautiful, panoramic views of the Tweed.
in Scottish Borders
At The Spa at Stobo Castle, the best way to approach physical well-being is through a personal programme tailored to your individual needs. You may wish to detoxify, embark on a new fitness regime or simply relax and be rejuvenated. Working with you to construct a schedule of treatments and exercise, which meets your goals, enabling you to get the maximum benefit from your visit. Whether you are a day visitor or resident, the array of treatment options available will pose the only real quanda...
in Scottish Borders
Spacious 4 star country cottage nestled on a family farm in the Scottish Borders. Kersmains Cottage is a beautifully furnished house which sleeps 6 people in three bedrooms, as well as a large country kitchen, separate dining room, library snug and large lounge with log burning stove. Ideally located just three miles along the River Teviot from the quaint cobbled market town of Kelso, and just a short drive to other popular Border towns of Melrose and Jedburgh where the ancient abbeys can be ...
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Thirlestane Castle is one of the oldest and finest inhabited castles in Scotland. The 16th-century building with its distinctive rose-pink stone and fairy tale
in Scottish Borders
Traquair House has three spacious double bedrooms, the Pink Room, the Blue Room and the White Room. All are furnished with antique furniture, canopied beds, private bathrooms and central heating, all available on a 'bed and breakfast' basis. All bedrooms have wifi and have been given a four star rating with VisitScotland. Take a look at the B&B Gallery for further images. The Lower Drawing Room is available to all guests staying in the house during the evening, when the house has been c...
in Scottish Borders
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.
in Scottish Borders
Traquair is one of Scotland's most romantic castles and a perfect venue for your wedding... If you are looking for a unique setting for your wedding in an authentic castle steeped in history with personal service and attention to detail, Traquair, the Oldest Inhabited House in Scotland, is the ideal setting for the most important day of your life. The team at Traquair are very happy to provide assistance in finding a local minister or priest, civil ceremonies must be arranged through th...
109 Results Slightly Further Afield
27.3 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
The Coach House is a superb friendly, family run guest house offering dinner, bed and breakfast. Located in Crookham, Cornhill on Tweed near Berwick upon Tweed, the Scottish Borders and the north Northumberland coast.
28.6 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Four luxury en-suite shepherds huts (all with wood fired hots tubs) and a farmhouse bed & breakfast just outside Northumberland National Park. We’re open year round, so whether you prefer sundowners on long summer evenings, or cosy log burners and dark skies in the colder months, we’re sure you’ll enjoy an escape to Westfield whenever you visit.
29.3 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
The Hemmel Bed and Breakfast nestles beneath the hills near Wooler which is the "Gateway to the Cheviots", just minutes from Northumberland's stunning coastline. Peaceful accommodation yet only 3/4 mile from Wooler centre with great hosts
29.6 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Situated in a peaceful rural setting on the edge of the charming town of Moffat, Hartfell House & The Limetree Restaurant is the perfect choice for bed and breakfast accommodation. It overlooks the surrounding hills, yet is only a few minutes walk from the attractive town centre.
31.1 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Carraw Bed and Breakfast is one of the finest luxury Northumberland Guest Houses, situated on the foundations of Hadrian's Wall, with a sublime hilltop setting overlooking the countryside of Northumberland National Park and the surrounding scenery of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Gold Winners in the North East Tourism Awards 2016 for outstanding service and quality, Carraw offers superior Bed and Breakfast accommodation for long and short breaks in Northumberland.
31.4 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Right in the centre of Rothbury, The Turks Head offers excellent value home cooked meals, Lovely en-suite rooms & cottages. Fantastic enclosed gardens with sun terrace and enclosed childrens play area which offers something truly unique in Northumberland in our grade II listed coaching inn, situated in the heart of beautiful Northumberland. Overlooking Simonside & walking distance to Cragside only 9 miles to Anlwick castle. Also please see our facebook page for events, such as live music etc
31.4 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Wydon Farm B&B is a working farm based on 366 acres of the National Trust Bellister estate. Providing four star accommodation in a luxurious barn conversion, it is the only B&B based on National Trust land in the north east. We welcome families, cyclists, walkers and dog owners and are close to all the top attractions in the area.
31.6 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Traditional on the outside, contemporary on the inside, The Sally extends a warm welcome to all. Supported by a specialist team focusing on customer care and guest experience, we have created a unique offering with tons of atmosphere. Housed in a former 19th Century Coaching Inn, enjoy the relaxed feel of a traditional country pub, with a high-quality dining experience. Our luxury accommodation has all the amenities of a modern hotel, but with individual touches found only in an independent B&B.
31.9 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Located just outside Edinburgh, Borthwick Castle is a luxury exclusive use Castle available for weddings, celebrations, and family getaways.
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A magnificent Edwardian manor overlooking the picturesque Tweed Valley — home to an intimate 2 AA Rosettes restaurant, gardens & six unique bedrooms.
33.1 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Enjoy a warm farmhouse welcome in this skilfully converted late 18thC Granary and Stable block which is attached to the farmhouse. Carr Edge is a working Beef & Sheep farm nestling in 700 acres of pastures and woodlands, this rural location commands stunning views of the area overlooking the Tyne Valley and surrounding countryside.
33.6 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Welcome to Westfield Bed and Breakfast. Situated in beautiful and historic Northumbrian countryside, close to Hadrian's Wall and Hexham, on the Stanegate Roman Road, in the pretty village of Newbrough. With easy access to Hadrian's Wall, Langley Castle, Hexham, Corbridge, Carlisle, Newcastle, Gateshead and all of Northumbria's many attractions.
33.7 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
West Longridge Manor is definitely a cut above the rest as far as B&Bs are concerned! So many reviews are tired and cliched, so we'll spare the bluster and cut to the chase. Come and stay one night or many and experience the joys of waking up in the morning in an antique French bed, revitalised, having had the perfect night's rest in the knowledge that a freshly prepared cooked breakfast awaits. Rest assured West Longridge Manor will live up to your expectations.
35.6 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
A 17th Century coaching inn with bags of character (watch your head on the low doorways), open fires most of the year. Located in a tiny village in the North Cumbrian countryside about 10 minutes from Carlisle and the M6 motorway. All guest rooms are ensuite and there is free Wi-fi throughout. Bar and restaurant are open Tuesday-Sunday (Closed Mondays). Local real ales available.
35.7 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
A traditional Country Pub and Restaurant near the Historic Market Town of Hexham. Close to the banks of the River Tyne just off the A69 with easy access to all areas of interest in Northumberland. The Inn also offers B&B and Self Catering accommodation.
35.7 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Located on the edge of the village of Heads Nook, seven miles east of Carlisle this award winning, family run bed and breakfast offers a unique luxury country house experience. Its location makes it an ideal base for touring this beautiful region, including the Lake District and Roman Wall.
36.2 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Composers at Woodlands is the perfect location for those wanting a restful break in stunning surroundings. All our properties are 5 Star, Gold Award accredited and Covid-Compliant, offering a high standard in tastefully furnished and immaculately maintained accommodation. Perfect for short breaks or a longer holiday, Composers is the ideal base for exploring Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. Suitable for individuals, couples and families.
36.7 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Holy Island Accommodation at Brockmill Farmhouse is set within the gorgeous rolling countryside of North Northumberland, just opposite Lindisfarne. Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Castle and The Farne Islands are a must see. Thre are many things to do at the Scottish borders! Manderston,Mellerstain and Paxton Houses as well as Floors Castle.Nearby, The walled town of Berwick provides train access to Edinburgh.
37.9 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
The County Hotel is located in the historic centre of the pretty market town of Hexham – recently voted Britain's favourite market town! Our 7 Rooms, located above the lively bar & dining rooms, have been recently refurbished & are stylish & modern. Food is served all day along with fresh barista coffee and free WIFI. We’re a very popular venue with locals & visitors whatever the occasion. So whenever in Hexham, be sure to come in and let our friendly team look after you.
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Hesleyside is a private stately home where guests can stay in luxury and experience 800 years of Northumbrian history. The hall is the ancestral home of the Border Reiver Charlton family since 1346 and is a magnificent historic house set within grounds landscaped by Capability Brown and located in the heart of the Northumberland National Park. This is a unique opportunity to stay as guests of the Charlton family. There are three glorious 5 star state bedrooms, all with four poster beds and...
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38.3 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Nestled at the bottom of a secluded driveway, Letham House is located just outside the small market town of Haddington in East Lothian. This beautiful area is just a short drive from Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh. With extensive grounds and gardens, this beautiful 17th Century mansion is an oasis of tranquillity and privacy where your every need is catered for by Barbara and Chris Sharman.
39.2 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
A family run Country House full of history history, character and charm.
39.6 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Welcome to Dilston Mill, a unique ‘self-serve’ B&B in a converted historic watermill on the banks of Devils Water in Northumberland near Corbridge, Hexham and Hadrian's Wall with easy access to Newcastle-Gateshead and Durham. It is a peaceful location but very convenient and close to attractions and activities.
39.8 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
The Angel Inn is a beautiful traditional inn offering great local British food with warm and comfortable bedrooms. We have a cosy bar offering a great range of local ales, a comfortable lounge with a real fire, and a dog-friendly dining room.
41.6 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
The Lane Hotel was built in 1871 and was once a grand Victorian house, in 2017 it was transformed into a luxurious boutique hotel with eleven spacious bedrooms. The property is only 2 miles outside the city centre. The house has been passed down through the Kerr family for generations and is located next door to the families famous bar and restaurant, the Canny Man's. The Canny Man's has a quirky feel and is perfect for lunch, dinner or drinks.
41.7 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
The Duke of Wellington Inn is nestled in the Tyne valleys village of Newton just off the A69 near Corbridge, within easy access to Newcastle, Hadrian’s Wall Country, Hexham and Northumberland’s National Park. The inn has recently reopened following an extensive refurbishment.
in Peeblesshire
In the heart of the Tweed Valley, The Park Hotel has 24 recently refurbished rooms, quirky decor and is known for their delicious, hearty meals.
in Peeblesshire
A cosy, friendly place to stay. The Park Hotel has 24 newly refurbished bedrooms and a weekly changing menu, offering locally sourced, delicious hearty meals.
41.8 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
A delightful working farm in the heartland of Northumberland. Rye Hill Farm is close to the picturesque village of Corbridge, near the thriving market town of Hexham and within 30 minutes of Newcastle. The farm offers you the chance to see a small family livestock unit at work. Bed and Breakfast and camping are also available.The self catering cottage , The Old Byre, has good wheel chair acess and a ground floor bedroom.
in Midlothian
A family run B&B offering a warm welcome and exceptional accommodation in an historic setting. 3 spacious and very comfortable rooms.
42.2 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Hamilton House is a 4 star family-run guest house centrally located in Dumfries. Recently refurbished to the highest standard we offer 7 spacious & comfortable en-suite bedrooms. Private on-site parking & cycle rack to the rear. Guest lounge and free WiFi available throughout.
43.1 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Our stunning property offers you comfortable, quiet and spacious accommodation in the heart of Edinburgh City.
43.6 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Carmichael at No 11 Ravelston Dykes is a charming Edwardian detached house in the prestigious Murrayfield area and offers the epitome of family run bed and breakfast accommodation. With four beautifully appointed bedrooms fine home cooked food, complimentary wifi and car parking, within easy walking distance of fabulous pubs restaurants and shops, not to mention unparalleled Scottish hospitality we create a true home away from home for all our guests. A studio flat which sleep 4 also available.
in Cumbria
Hidden River Cabins provides secluded log cabins with hot tubs lining the river in a unique part of Cumbria. Relax in a luxury log cabin close to the Lake District. Fishing on the river is included and there is an onsite restaurant, which provides locally sourced ingredients in classic British menu form. Hidden River Cabins have dog-friendly lodges.
44.1 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
The Sheridan Guest House is a contemporary styled elegant Georgian residence situated between Edinburgh city centre and the vibrant port of Leith.
in Cumberland
The Hill on the Wall B&B is a listed 16th century fortified farmhouse or ´bastle´ with has a fascinating history and panoramic views over Hadrian´s Wall and the
in Scotland
Scottish Baronial castle, located near Peebles, 30 minutes south of Edinburgh, provides relaxing accommodation in 12 beautiful bedrooms.
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in Cumbria
Head straight to the heart of Hadrian's Wall country, surrounded by glorious views over Birdoswald Roman Fort and the River Irthing valley, stretching towards N
in Northumberland
Go Back in time and Experience the Life of a Roman Soldier at Housesteads Roman Fort on Hadrians wall Set on Hadrians wall, Housesteads Roman Fort is home to stunning panoramic views of Northumberland and a fantastic educational visitors centre. The Fort is one of twelve built by Emperor Hadrian in around 124BC and the accompanying museum is stacked with a range of objects found on the site such as flat-bottomed pottery and cooking pots. English Heritage, which operates the site, ha...
50.6 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
On the edge of the Lake District National Park, a 10-minute walk from the centre of Penrith, this large Victorian house has internet access, hearty breakfasts and free parking.
50.8 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
If you're looking for that ideal escape, with a touch of luxury, then Stafford House is the perfect place to be. An enchanting Grade II listed “Folly” set in the magnificent grounds of Greystoke Castle, Penrith. Traditionally furnished to a high standard, it still retains the original oak beams, bags of character and comfortable charm.
in Cumbria
Luxury Boutique Farlam Hall Hotel in Cumbria with 13 ensuite bedrooms, near to Hadrian's Wall and Lake District, award winning restaurant , luxury cottages
in Cumbria
Four stunning newly converted self catering cottages perfectly located in North Cumbria for exploring the Lake District and the Solway Coast
in Cumbria
two-rosette restaurant at Farlam Hall near Carlisle in Cumbria serving the finest local produce, breakfast, afternoon tea Sunday lunch and dinner
in Cumbria
Farlam Hall is set in a stunning countryside location in North Cumbria. Available for intimate wedding celebrations as well as private exclusive hire.
in Northumberland
Explore an Extraordinary Victorian House and Gardens The variety and scale of Cragside´s gardens are incredible. Surrounding the house on all sides is one of the largest `hand-made´ rock gardens in Europe. In the Pinetum below, the UK´s tallest Scots Pine soars above other woodland giants. Across the Valley, the Orchard House still produces many varieties of fresh fruit. The Italianate ornamental garden with sunken ferneries and carpet bedding add to this crazy optimistic mixture. To...
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Explore an Extraordinary Victorian House and Gardens Cragside, creation of Victorian inventor and landscape genius Lord Armstrong, is a garden of breathtaking drama whatever the season. Surrounding the house is one of the largest rock gardens in Europe. Beyond is a vast woodland garden where rhododendrons and azaleas reach full bloom during May and June. Soaring high above are the magnificent spires of Armstrong´s transatlantic conifer collection which provides shelter to the estate´...
in Northumberland
Chatton Park is an award-winning luxury estate offering 5 star B&B in the heart of the magnificent Northumberland countryside. Surrounded by castles, stately homes, Cheviot hills and beaches. Holy Island and the Farne Islands are both close by. Chatton Park offers total peace and quiet.
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in Northumberland
Explore the Beautiful Wallington Garden Wallington Garden, the original formality of Sir Walter Blackett´s 18th century landscape was influenced by Capability Brown. A simple grass terrace looks out over the landscape park, shrubberies and there are woodland circuit walks with semi-formal ponds, a wildlife hide, fine conifers and rhododendrons. Inside the egg-shaped walled garden are fine glasshouses, a sculpture terrace, a system of pools and some first-class colourful cottage gardenin...
in Northumberland
Explore the beautiful Wallington House and Gardens Wallington dates from 1688, the estate was laid out in the 18th century by Sir Walter Blackett. The interior houses very good Italian Rococo plasterwork in the main rooms and a Victorian hall painted with murals of Northumbrian scenes by William Bell Scott. On display are fine collections of ceramics, curiosities, stuffed birds, geological specimens and dolls houses. The 17th century garden has a walled garden, lawns, lakes, shrubberie...
in Northumberland
Discover the Life of Roman Solider at Chesters Fort & Museum on Hadrian's Wall Part of Hadrian's Wall and built in 122-123AD, Chesters Fort & Museum is the best-preserved Roman cavalry fort in Britain and allows visitors to explore officers' quarters and the well-preserved baths and steam room. Inside the museum there is a treasure trove of Roman items unearthed during the excavation of Hadrian's wall including the Clayton Collection of altars and sculptures.
in Northumberland
The magnificence of Langley Castle is apparent from the moment you enter the private and secluded 10 acre woodland estate. Spectacular Langley Castle, which st
in Midlothian
Dip in the pool, soak in a bubbling spa bath, drift off in the blissful heat of the sauna… The Aqueous spa is a haven in which to escape the stresses and strain
in Mid-Lothian
STEP INSIDE THE ANCIENT WALLS OF DALHOUSIE CASTLE AND YOU'LL FIND YOURSELF IN A LUXURIOUS HOTEL WITH A FASCINATING PAST. Standing within its own 11-acre parklan
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in Mid-Lothian
A Fairytale Castle for a Fairytale Wedding Once upon a Time, There Was a Castle. Scotland's Oldest Inhabited Castle, with Towers, Turrets and a Moat. the Stuff
in Cumbria
Located near to the Citys acclaimed ‘Sands Centre’, minutes away from Carlisle Citadel Railway Station and the City Centre. Ideally situated for exploring.
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in Northumberland
The Wellington Terrace Apartment is a self-catering holiday retreat in historic Berwick-upon-Tweed that has both an Elizabethan and Victorian setting, and is situated between many places of scenic beauty of Northern England and Southern Scotland. The apartment sleeps between four and five people, includes a spa bath and a heated floor, as well as being suitable for disabled access. Recent refurbishment has benefitted the apartment's living areas and allowed for spacious working environments a...
in Northumberland
The Beaumont is an independent Victorian townhouse hotel in the centre of Hexham, with stunning views of the 6th century Abbey.
in Northumberland
Loughbrow House B&B is a mansion house set in 9 acres of garden surrounded by its own farmland looking up the North Tyne Valley. The house was first built in 17
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62.1 miles from the centre of Scottish Borders
Plum Tree Cottage is a delightful barn conversion nestled on the banks of the river Wear between Low Barns nature reserve one of the region’s most important wildlife sites and the picturesque historic village of Witton-le-Wear. This stunning little cottage sits in an elevated position on a private half acre site conveniently situated within easy reach of the region’s most beautiful scenery historic sites and many attractions.Plum Tree is a beautifully appointed one bedroom two showeroom cottage
in Northumberland
A quality hotel in Northumberland with golf course, spa and treatment facilities, fine dining in the library restaurant, and the perfect wedding venue.
in Dumfries & Galloway
At the end of the Solway Firth is Powfoot, one of the area's best but least well-known courses. Laid out by James Braid in 1903, it weaves its way along the Firth on undulating links before the last four holes which are almost parkland in feel. Measuring 6,255 yards, it's not long but five holes are more than 400 yards and the third which hugs the shoreline is a beauty while short seventh and the ninth are also real challenges, the ninth especially with a long carry from the tee and a tricky ...
in Tyne & Wear
The Belsay Hall comprises three distinct but related elements: a medieval castle that was enlarged in the early 17th century, a Greek Revival mansion that superseded it as a family residence at the beginning of the 19th century, and an outstanding garden linking the two buildings. A mix of eclectic architecture Belsay Hall is a stately home like no other, explore the great room of the ruined medieval castle on the site and clamber to the top of the tower for lovely Northumberland views. Altho...
in Tyne & Wear
Explore one of Britain's most Intriguing Country Mansions The Belsay Hall comprises three distinct but related elements: a medieval castle that was enlarged in the early 17th century, a Greek Revival mansion that superseded it as a family residence at the beginning of the 19th century, and an outstanding garden linking the two buildings. A mix of eclectic architecture Belsay Hall is a stately home like no other, explore the great room of the ruined medieval castle on the site and cla...
in East Lothian
Tucked away behind stone walls in the charming village of Inveresk, enter to discover a delightful hillside garden offering an oasis of calm and tranquillity for an ideal wedding. Inveresk Lodge Garden is available to hire throughout the year from 9am until late.
in East Lothian
Explore the Beauty of Nature at Inveresk Lodge Inveresk Lodge, a hillside garden with stone walls and many unusual plants alongside carefully cultivated herbaceous borders, shrubs and old roses. The Edwardian conservatory and aviary are beautifully restored. This is truly a treat for the senses with exotic tree ferns and scented plants, and a soundtrack provided by the lively parakeets and canaries. Below the garden, a woodland walk winds through the ancient trees to the meadow pond, a...
in Northumberland
Experience the tranquillity of Lindisfarne Priory Set on a tidal island off the north east coast of England, Lindisfarne Priory has been drawing visitors to its shores for many centuries and it is not hard to see why. For Christians, it is the cradle of their religion, the burial place of St Cuthbert and a startlingly moving place to visit. For those who are not religious, it is quite simply one of the most tranquil, historic spots you could wish to spend time on. Originally home to ...
in Northumberland
Stay in luxury SELF CATERING accommodation on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. Belvue Guesthouse offers self catering studios with hotel quality amenities.
in Northumberland
The location of Lindisfarne Castle, on Holy Island, is unsurpassable. From its Tudor origins as a stronghold to offer protection to the island to its use in Edwardian times as a retreat from the bustle of London, the Castle has been an atmospheric and intriguing location for centuries.
in East Lothian
Discover the secrets of this Beautiful Scottish Mansion Newhailes is a fine late 17th century house with impressive 18th century additions. The house was built in 1686 and bought by Sir David Dalrymple, of the legal and political dynasty. He was responsible for the addition of one of the most important rococo interiors in Scotland. The house contains a fine collection of paintings, portraits and furnishings. The library was built in the early 18th century, and described by Dr Samuel Jo...
in East Lothian
Whether you are keen to see how the jet set went about their business supersonically or prefer getting to grips with the finer mechanisms of an RAF Nimrod, the National Museum of Flight based at historic East Fortune Airfield, sates all your aerial needs. Climb on board Concorde's Alpha Alpha to see what it was like to live the high life at 30,000 feet. This museum sets about telling the story of the history of flight and there is loads to see - the site has more than 50 complete aircraf...
in Midlothian, Scotland
Situated in a quiet park of Edinburgh, with large spacious well appointed rooms and direct access into the city within 5-10 minutes.
in Mid-Lothian
Explore the Fantatsic Malleny Garden Malleny is renowned for its flamboyant plantings of old fashioned roses arranged with an eye for pleasing colour combinations. A National Collection of 19th century Shrub Roses is housed here. This 3 acre walled garden is dominated by four magnificent clipped yew trees dating from the 17th century. The herbaceous borders are especially good even in late season. Enjoy the vegetable and herb garden, the Victorian greenhouse with its bold display of co...
in City of Edinburgh
Hotel du Vin is well known for its sympathetic creating of hotels in old, characterful buildings and the HdV in Edinburgh is no exception. A former asylum in the middle of Edinburgh's old town, this hotel is all atmospheric exposed brick walls, candlelight and Victorian steel girders and the effect is unique and appealing. Rooms (the quietest ones overlook the courtyard) are slick, chic and bang up to date but still cosy (with discreet touches of tartan to remind you where you are), w...
in City of Edinburgh
Visit one of Scotlands Finest Galleries The Queen´s Gallery, hosts a programme of changing exhibitions from the Royal Collection. Exhibitions in 2006 include: Unfolding Pictures: Fans in the Royal Collection (9 Dec to 29 May 2006). This first exhibition of fans brings together over 80 examples from the early 17th century to the 1930s. Among the highlights are a leather fan said to have belonged to Charles I. Canaletto in Venice (16 June to 7 January 2007). Fourteen luminous paintings f...
in City of Edinburgh
Wedgwood serves inventive, modern Scottish dishes – inspired by fresh local ingredients. Chef Paul Wedgwood is a big believer in the quality of raw ingredients
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in City of Edinburgh
The Witchery hotel is an historic 16th century building located at the gates of Edinburgh Castle. The eight theatrical and decadent suites are perfect for those looking to stay in the most indulgent and magical of settings – the perfect antidote to bland hotels. Lavishly decorated and antique-filled, these suites scream romance with a capital R! The Witchery has developed a world-wide reputation for sensation food in the most indulgent setting. Using the very best of Scotland's produce such a...
in Midlothian, Scotland
City Retreat is a three bedroom Georgian house located on a quiet residential street ten minutes from Edinburgh city centre.
in City of Edinburgh
Explore one of Britain's Finest Galleries The National Gallery of Scotland was opened in 1859, and houses Scotland´s greatest collection of European paintings, drawings and prints dating from the early Renaissance to the late 19th century. The collection of over 20000 items includes works by Raphael, Titian, Velazquez, Poussin, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Rubens, Turner and the Impressionists. Also on display is the national collection of Scottish art with works by Ramsay, Raeburn, Wilkie and...
in City of Edinburgh
Explore the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in one of Edinburgh most remarkable buildings Built in the 1880s, the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh is a visual history of Scotland from the 16th century to the present day. This story is told through portraits of the people who shaped it and were connected with it, from royals and rebels and heroes and villains to poets and philosophers, including Mary Queen of Scots, Sir Walter Scott and Robert Burns. Look out for w...
in Midlothian, Scotland
City Retreat Mews is located in a quiet street in New Town, an area popular in Edinburgh for cocktail bars and luxury brand shopping.
in City of Edinburgh
Discover the History of The Georgian House The Georgian House is part of Robert Adam´s masterpiece of urban design, in Charlotte Square. It dates from 1796, when those who could afford it began to escape the cramped, squalid conditions of Edinburgh´s Old Town to settle in the fashionable New Town. The first owner was John Lamont, 18th Chief of Clan Lamont, who lived here until 1815. The beautiful collections of china, shining silver, exquisite paintings and furniture all reflect the d...
in City of Edinburgh
Luxurious, relaxed and unlike anywhere you've ever stayed before, the Dunstane Houses form two parts of Edinburgh's newest 5-star luxury boutique hotel
in City of Edinburgh
Scottish/Orcadian Dining at the Ba' Bar The Ba' Bar & Lounge specialises in food made with local, seasonal Scottish produce from small suppliers, and hosts relaxed but refined all-day dining, including daily afternoon tea. It offers a wide range of fine wines, craft beers, artisanal spirits and one of the most extensive rare-whisky selections in the city, with more than 70 varieties in its vintage wall cabinet. Special Events Throughout the year The Dunstane Houses has some fantastic...
in City of Edinburgh
Opened by one of Edinburgh's top chefs Martin Wishart and named after Sir Walter Scott's discovery of the Scottish crown jewels (AKA the Honours of Scotland), this is the more casual sister brasserie to Wishart's eponymous flagship fine dining restaurant in nearby Leith. Even so, the smart interior of oversized mirrors, black and white tiling, shades of brown and beige wood veneers and dark brown leather chairs is well worth dressing up for, as is the luxurious French food. Meat lovers might...
in Midlothian, Scotland
Offering boutique accommodation in the centre of Edinburgh with Bohemian chic with contemporary comfort. You’ll find warm service and a cool, quirky style.
in City of Edinburgh
Gordon Ramsay no less is a fan of this fine dining restaurant in Edinburgh's trendy docklands area. The recently refurbished dining room is a quiet riot in shades of brown and cream making it one of Scotland's chicest addresses. The eponymous Mr Wishart's cooking is as accomplished and ambitious as you might expect from someone who has trained with some of Europe's best chefs. Precise modern French dishes lean towards classic combinations such as braised shin and short rib of beef with veal s...
in City of Edinburgh
Visit Scotland's Premier Garden The Royal Botanic Garden, known locally as the `Botanics´, was established way back in 1670 and is Scotland´s premier garden. Tender plants are an important part of the Living Collections and the Glasshouses featuring Britain´s tallest Palm House, is a haven for botanical wonders in ten climate zones. Discover some of the world´s oldest plants in the Orchid & Cycad House.The world´s largest collection of vireya rhododendrons are on display in the Peat a...
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in City of Edinburgh
Malmaison Edinburgh puts on a show of first-class baronial hospitality in the heart of Scotland's capital. Once a house of ill-repute, this elegant building is home to 100 plush bedrooms and suites that are thankfully a little more luxurious than in its murky heyday. Roll-top baths, super soft beds, en-suites loaded with beautifying lotions and potions, and cool TVs and CD players. Book at table at The Brasserie and tuck into locally inspired dishes washed down with a glass or two fro...
in East Lothian
Templar Cottage is an East Lothian holiday home with four-star self-catering facilities, located a convenient drive away from Edinburgh, while being set in scen
in Scotland
18th Century Manse house with easy access to Edinburgh and golf courses with own tennis court.
in Tyne & Wear
Opened by the club's attached touring professional Lee Westwood in May 2011, the championship Lee Westwood Colt course at Close House is a typical, thoughtfully-designed English parkland lay-out offering a rich variety of outstanding holes through the estate of an 18th century mansion, now a splendid hotel. Individual features of the area, including a forest, Roman fort and an historic wall, have been skilfully incorporated with panoramic views over the Tyne Valley, yet just ten miles from Ne...
in City of Edinburgh
Good food and wine is the very essence of Norton House and the Chefs ensure they make use of the finest of Scotland's produce, whatever the season.
in East Lothian
Whether you are a golfer looking to be spoilt for choice, a foodie who knows a great menu when they see one or a spa lover keen to escape the everyday stresses of life, the Marine Hotel and Spa in North Berwick should tick all the boxes. Set on the scenic east coast of Scotland, this handsome 19th-century Victorian grand dame is surrounded by lush green links, has a destination restaurant, John Paul at the Marine (2012 hotel chef of the year) which overlooks the West Links and is set besi...
in East Lothian
A dip in the pool at the spa at Macdonald Hotel in North Berwick is worth the trip itself. With long views over the surrounding quintessential Scottish terrain towards the country's East Coast, the cool, tranquil waters provide a scenic spot to take in your beautiful location and feel your cares drift away. Feel your body sigh thanks to a relaxing massage courtesy of spa experts Elemis or Hot Lava Shell while Carita offers plenty of luscious targeted skin and body care treats to please the ke...
in City of Edinburgh
Whether you visit on business or pleasure, you´ll find it easy to relax at Norton House. On fine days, a stroll in the gardens is a great way to unwind.
in City of Edinburgh
With the grand city of Edinburgh and 55 acres of countryside as its neighbours, Norton House boasts one of Hand Picked Hotels’ signature spas.
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in City of Edinburgh
Arranged in a separated spot close Livingston only west of Edinburgh, and set in 22 sections of land of wonderful forests, Macdonald Houstoun House is the perfect country hotel and retreat. Once visited by Mary Queen of Scots, the noteworthy structure has the great beauty of a sixteenth-century Tower House. Inside, 73 rooms mix extravagance and character, with an exceptional component room in the Tower. From close social occasions to extravagant festivals, the lodging oozes character ...
in West Lothian
Walking through 22 acres of quiet woodland, mature trees give way to the soaring whitewashed front of Macdonald Houstoun House, a historic 16th century tower house made to transport you far from city life. Inside it's all fresh and modern – jump into the cool waters of the 18m pool and clear your mind of the day's baggage, or open the doors to the warming cocoons of the relaxing sauna and steam rooms. Dry yourself off and float towards the treatment rooms to experience Decleor's Aroma massage...
in Cumbria
Johnby Hall is a family-friendly and dog-friendly bed and breakfast on the edge of the Lake District. The Hall is an Elizabethan manor house, built onto a 14th century pele tower. Breakfasts are served in the 16th century Great Hall and include bacon and sausage from the free-range pigs, and eggs from the free-range chickens which live in the grounds.
in Dumfries & Galloway
Southerness is set on the remote Solway Firth with panoramic views of Criffel Peak and across to the Lake District of Cumbria. Philip Mackenzie Ross laid out the course and it is considered to be his best creation. A little over 6,500 yards with a par of 69, it's a tough test with two short par fives offering realistic birdie opportunities, but there are eight par fours over 400 yards. The best holes run along the shore, starting with the eighth and the 12th and 13th are particularly good hol...
in Cumbria
North Lakes Hotel & Spa is the perfect base for exploring the Lake District. With a recent refurbishment, the new beautifully designed spaces welcome guests. From the bedrooms that are warm and homely and perfect for everyone. Also, the new FYR restaurant offers a bespoke open fire grill and delicious food serving. The hotel is also dog-friendly.
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in Cumbria
The FYR restaurant offers guests the ultimate dining experience. The new design has been inspired by the restaurant's Lakeland landscape, and the open fire grill brings an authentic style of cooking.
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in Cumbria
North Lakes Hotel's spa is a haven for the senses with all guests need to feel rather special. With a renowned range of treatments using Caudalie products, guests will experience world-class delivery. With great customer care, guests will love the experience on offer.