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  • Cringletie House Hotel
    From$212Per night

    Cringletie House Hotelstars

    Peebles, Peebles , Edinburgh road - Map
     
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 870 reviewsBased on 870 reviews

    The Borders region is one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland and yet rather undiscovered and therefore quiet. The narrow country roads will give many hours of pleasure driving through the countryside. The river Tweed is a central element meandering tThis small and luxurious country house hotel is privately owned and was completely refurbished in 2004. The hotel is fully wheelchair accessible and has a dedicated room for the physically challenged. There are 12 double rooms and 1 suite with a state of Standard rooms come in a variety of styles and shapes. Some have zip-and-link beds that can easily be turned into a proper twin room. Two of the standard rooms are turreted rooms. Some rooms have a king-size bed, and some have a superking. However, whatevWithin the grounds, archery can be organised as can mini highland games. Fishing can be arranged and also mountain biking and golf. There are some 55 marked walks in the seven forests along the river Tweed and picnic hampers can be delivered as long as thBreakfast is available to guests each morning. At lunchtime and in the evenings guests may select dishes from the set menu or choose from the à la carte options. Special dietary requirements may be catered for. Guests may book either a half-board or full From Edinburgh or Edinburgh Airport via the A720 (City of Edinburgh Bypass): Leave the bypass for the A702, direction Biggar. At the fork stay left for A703 to Peebles. Continue through Penicuik and Eddleston and this country house hotel is on the right-h

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  • Cairndale Hotel & Leisure Club
    From$112Per night

    Cairndale Hotel & Leisure Clubstars

    Dumfries, Dumfries , English street 132-136 - Map
    3.2/5
    Customer reviewsof 3 Opinions
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 917 reviewsBased on 917 reviews

    The hotel and leisure club is ideally situated in the centre of Dumfries opposite the Regional Council Offices, adjacent to the new DG1 leisure complex and only 50 yards from the town centre shops, Odeon Cinema and Theatre Royal. The train and bus stations are about 3 and 5 minutes away respectively. Guests can reach Southerness Beach in some 20 minutes by car. Because of its location just north of the border, this accommodation is a popular choice for overnight stops. Built in 1900 and renovated in 2008, the hotel offers 91 en-suite guestrooms with a contemporary feel. The extensive leisure facilities in the Barracuda Club ensure that guests will not know boredom. The Beauty Salon offers a range of treatments inducing rejuvenation and relaxation.

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  • Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spa
    From$143Per night

    Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spastars

    Peebles, Peebles , Cardrona, peebles near edinburgh n/a - Map
    4.6/5
    Customer reviewsof 2 Opinions
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 3145 reviewsBased on 3145 reviews

    Nestling on the banks of the River Tweed, in a beautiful valley just three miles east of Peebles, Cardrona welcomes you to one of the most relaxing areas of Scotland. Despite this peaceful setting, it is only 20 miles from Edinburgh on a major roadway and so is within easy striking distance of Scotland's vibrant capital city. Lying at the heart of an 18 hole golf course, the hotel and country club offers luxurious accommodation, wonderful food (AA rosette-awarded Renwicks restaurant) and drink, impressive business centre, and state of the art Spa and leisure facilities. The bedrooms come as standard with satellite TV, direct dial modem and ISDN lines, tea/coffee making facilities, bathrobes, trouser press and ironing board.

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  • Holiday Inn Dumfries
    From$70Per night

    Holiday Inn Dumfriesstars

    Dumfries, Dumfries , Bankend road - Map
    3.2/5
    Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 1198 reviewsBased on 1198 reviews

    The hotel is located on the northern side of the Solway Firth, on the wonderful Crichton Estate, extending over 40 hectares and adjacent to Easterbrook Hall and Conference Centre and the Crichton Memorial Church. It is closely situated near a number of loThis charming country house conference hotel opened in Autumn 2006 and blends the modern world with traditional Scottish hospitality. It comprises a total of 71 rooms and its interiors offer guests an atmosphere of luxurious simplicity. Facilities on offeAll rooms come with a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer and offer a king-size bed. They are equipped with a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, a radio and Internet access. Furthermore, tea and coffee making facilities, an ironing set There is a Brasserie available on site that will tempt guests with its imaginative selection of freshly prepared dishes and beverages all served in a contemporary and relaxed atmosphere.

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  • Schloss Roxburghe Hotel & Golf Course
    From$315Per night

    Schloss Roxburghe Hotel & Golf Coursestars

    Kelso, Peebles , Heiton by kelso - Map
     

    This luxurious hotel is in Kelso. The total number of bedrooms is 20. Visitors will keep updated thanks to the wired and wireless Internet connection available in public areas. The reception desk is open all day long. Travellers will not be bothered during their stay, as this is not a pet-friendly establishment. Parking facilities are available for guests' convenience.

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Information about Scottish Borders and Dumfries

    Scottish Borders and Dumfries are two counties that border each other in the south of Scotland. The landscape in this part of the country is remarkable for its many hills and the constant presence of the Tweed river, which crosses the Scottish Borders from west to east. This Banks of this river are an excellent place to do a bit of fishing and enjoy other outdoor activities. Dumfries is on the Banks of another pretty river, the Nith, one of the longest in the country. One of Scotland’s greatest poets, Robert Burns, lived here. His two houses are very popular places to visit. The centre that bears his name is in an old watermill that goes back to the 18th century. Over that there is an old windmill that houses the Dumfries Museum and the Camera Obscura Observatory. There are many charming traditional villages in the Scottish Borders, as well as museums, castles and abbeys that encapsulate the region’s history and cultural heritage. Come and visit this area, you are sure to find it truly unique.

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