The Dryburgh Abbey Hotel

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Dryburgh Village St Boswells, MELROSE, TD6 0RQ

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About the hotel

Nestled in a magnificently wooded private estate on the banks of the River Tweed and immediately adjacent to the historic Dryburgh Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey Hotel is a very special 4 Star Country House Hotel situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders. We offer a warm welcome to all visitors and have built an excellent reputation locally with sumptuous and award winning food. You are always assured a warm welcome at the Dryburgh with some of our keys features being: - Indoor swimming pool with sauna - Tweed Restaurant with a la carte menu - Bistro Bar with a la carte menu available from 12.

00 midday - 9. 00pm daily - Stunning riverside location with private fishing rights on the River Tweed - Centrally located within the Scottish Borders and close to many historic homes, castles and gardens

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Showing Thursday 3 September 2015 to Friday 4 September 2015

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Main
Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, Disabled Facilities
Family friendly
Cots available, Pets Allowed
Other
Wedding Licence, Porter, Ground floor bedrooms, Lift to all floors
Parking
Car parking available onsite
Business
Wi-Fi Available, Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms, Private dining services
Dining
Restaurant, Lounge Menu, Bar
Leisure
Indoor Pool, Sauna, Mountain Bike Hire, Croquet, Fishing
In room entertainment
TV, [Channels] News, [Channels] Music, Radio
In room facilities
Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Iron And Board In Each Room, Telephone In Each Room
Hotel services
Limited Hours Room Service, Limited room service for hot food, Wake Up Call Available
Accessibility
Disabled Access Public Areas, Disabled Access Bedrooms, Disabled toilets on ground floor, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair Access To Reception, Wheelchair Access To Restaurant, Wheelchair Access To Bar, Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms, Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces

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Check-in
From 15:00 hours
Check-out
Until 11:00 hours
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The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
Pets
Pets are allowed

Customer Reviews

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Very Good

All reviews (52)

79% would recommend it to a friend

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  • Susan C

  • July 2015

An overnighter

Fabulous hotel in lovely location.

Staff were friendly and helpful, room was fine. The lounge was a fabulous place to just sit and unwind with a drink. Breakfast superb. Cannot really fault anything, great value and would love to return soon.

  • Hal W

  • June 2015

A secluded quiet spot right next to the Tweed

This isn't the kind of hotel I'd normally stay in but I was rather last minute booking accommodation for the Borders Book Festival, so I overcame my prejudice about places that look a bit 'grand'.

The location is quite secluded and for me this was easily the best feature, although finding the place was a bit daunting at my first attempt. The staff were friendly and helpful. I only ate breakfast in the hotel so my experience of the food was limited, but the poached eggs were cooked to perfection (shame about the slightly pretentious presentation, but that's just one of my hobby horses). The bathroom was roomy, clean and bright. The room I had was round the back of the hotel, so not much view - but I knew that in advance (no surprise). I think if you had a front room with a view of the Dryburgh Abbey ruins (just over the low wall from the hotel) it would have been really magical.

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