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Couples and families will enjoy this homely hotel with trappings of luxury, great service and fantastic food; go for the Chef's Grand Tasting Menu where each dish is presented by the chef and sommelier. Nearby is the picturesque town of Peebles, the oldest inhabited house in Scotland and a plethora of scenic walks.

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Close by is the pretty town of Peebles; follow the Old Town Trail and take in scenic views along the banks of the River Tweed, the best river for salmon fishing in the UK. The town itself has an abundance of cafés and shops such as an old sweet shop where you can buy a traditional Scottish tablet. We booked an e-bike ride with Chris from Ridelines who guided us around the Tweed Valley, known as 'the spiritual home of Scottish mountain biking'.

By car: 4 hours from Manchester, 6 hours 30 minutes from Bristol and 7 hours from London. Free parking available.

By train: Edinburgh train station is a 30-minute drive to the hotel. Book trains to Edinburgh.

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A grand country home feel with plush touches such as gilded mirrors, ornate fireplaces and frescoed ceilings. The restaurant is very smart and offers gorgeous views of the sweeping grounds, the bar is warm and welcoming with comfortable leather seating to recline in, perhaps with a dram of whisky, and the walled garden offers a spot of serenity.


The staff were only too happy to make suggestions of where to go and what to do, helping us to make arrangements from an e-bike booking to telling us about Traquair, a house which has been lived in by the Stuart family since 1941 and worth a visit.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms and suites feel like a classic country home, with neutral toned patterned wallpaper in rooms and tiles in the bathrooms, classic wooden furniture, hints of tartan and ornate mirrors. They also have Ardean Cottage for four people, which has a balcony and a hot tub to sit in, looking up at the Scottish hills.

Room types: Classic Room, Luxury Room, Junior Suite, Selkirk Suite, Ardean Cottage

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, bathrobes and slippers, Nespresso machine, bottled water, TV, free Wi-Fi


The Sutherland restaurant has 2 AA rosettes and is curated by head chef Iain Gourlay. Expect local produce executed well, lunch examples include roast loin of venison, whilst for dinner you can go for a tasty five-course affair. Afternoon tea is served and the bars are welcoming, clad with leather seating and tartan furnishings.

The Sutherland Restaurant: 2 AA Rosette restaurant. Seasonal menu, locally sourced produce. All-day menu, open daily. Five-course menu from £75.

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