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Hotels and Accommodation

The Scottish Borders

 

    Dryburgh Abbey Hotel, Roxburgh

THE MAGNIFICENCE OF DRYBURGH HOTEL FROM THE EDGE OF THE ABBEY GROUNDS; THE RIVER TWEED RUNS JUST A FEW YARDS TO THE LEFT OF THE HOTEL

Nestled in a private estate on the banks of the River Tweed, Dryburgh Abbey Hotel is a splendid baronial country house that dates back to the mid nineteenth century. Privately owned, Dryburgh Abbey Hotel offersDRYBURGH ABBEY HOTEL FROM ACROSS THE RIVER TWEED comfortable 4 Star rated (Visit Scotland  & AA) accommodation in the heart of the Scottish Borders, and is a wonderful location in Scotland for leisure breaks, business events, weddings and fine dining.

DRYBURGH ABBEY HOTEL'S AWARD-WINNING RESTAURANT

 

 

 

 

 

Our  2009 culinary acolades include: * 2 AA Rosettes for The Tweed Restaurant after just 6 months *Restaurant Turnaround award 2009 by Food Review Scotland *Chef Médailles d'Or for Dinner Excellence 2009 *5 "Food Stars" for the Tweed Restaurant from Food Review Scotland.

* * *ONE OF DRYBURGH ABBEY HOTEL'S MAGNIFICENT BEDROOMS

Today, the Dryburgh Abbey Hotel houses spacious, individually decorated en suite rooms, all with their own unique charm. All of the comfortable rooms have TVs, complimentary beverage trays and luxurious toiletries and bathroom products from Gilchrist and Soames. Many rooms have magnificent views of the River Tweed and the hotel gardens...

...the impressive leisure and relaxation facilities include a sauna and an indoor heated pool, kept at a constant 87 degrees. For keen anglers, the hotel boasts trout-fishing rights and direct access to the River Tweed.

Contact:  www.dryburgh.co.uk
e.mail - enquiries@dryburgh.co.uk
Phone - 01835 822261

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