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Double Rooms: 2
Family Rooms: 1
Twin Rooms: 2

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PPPN from £45

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Contact: Helen Scott-Watson
Telephone: 01573 420237
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The Border Hotel

Kirk Yetholm, Kelso, Scottish Borders

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Description

The Border Hotel is a traditional Scottish property that offers comfortable and cosy hotel accommodation in Kirk Yetholm and is great base for walkers as we are at the end of the 268 mile Pennine Way.

The Border Hotel has five 'named' guest rooms, each offering exceptionally high standards of comfort with spectacular views over the village green or the surrounding countryside. All five hotel rooms are as charming as they are functional, with en suite shower and bath, flat-screen digital TV, tea and coffee facilities and radio alarm clock.

Breakfasts are served from 8.00am and offer a comprehensive choice from the traditional Scottish breakfast to the popular scrambled eggs with smoked salmon. For those wishing an early start, breakfast trays are available.

Our approach to food at The Border is to use the best of local ingredients, cook them simply and let the quality speak for itself. Our seafood is landed at Eyemouth. Scotch beef and Border lamb come from J. Gilmour and we regularly source game from the local estates. We carefully select a range of old & new world wines to compliment our dishes.

The bar boasts a range of local cask conditioned ales, fine Scotch and spirits. Lunch is served Monday Sunday 12 - 2:30 and Dinner from 6 - 9. If you wish to dine with us for an evening meal, we advise making a reservation. A Sunday carvery is available from 12.30 - 8pm.

Kirk Yetholm is best known as a centre for walkers. The Pennine Way Long Distance Footpath ends at the Border Hotel, a mere 268 miles north of its southern terminus in Edale, Derbyshire. Kirk Yetholm has also become a feature on the St. Cuthbert's Way, a 62 mile walk following in the footsteps of St. Cuthbert from Melrose to Lindisfarne.

Those travelling the St. Cuthbert's Way might arrive in the village less wearily than walkers concluding the Pennine Way, but for both groups the Border Hotel is an extremely welcome sight. Kirk Yetholm is also the start point for the 470 mile Scottish National Trail.

For more information please visit our website.

Rates: From 45 per person per night.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed by arrangement - please enquire for details.
Early breakfast available by arrangement.
Dinner available.
Off street parking.
Wi-Fi/internet access.

Booking enquiries for The Border Hotel

To make a reservation or to request more information about staying at The Border Hotel.

Contact Helen Scott-Watson on 01573 420237, don't forget to mention The B & B Directory when calling, or fill in the form below.